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Major League Baseball to hold first Lou Gehrig Day on June 2
"Garak joins Jackie Robinson and Roberto Clemente as players who are honored throughout the league I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth June second marks the ninety sixth anniversary of when Gehrig started at first base for the New York Yankees in place of Wally pipp starting his record streak of consecutive games played June second was also the day in nineteen forty one Gary died at the age of thirty seven Amiot trophic lateral sclerosis or ALS I might have been given a bad grade but I've got an awful lot on June second each home team will have for a LS logo's in ballparks to mark Eric's number for money will be raised to fight ALS also called Lou Gehrig's disease I'm at Donahue
Former Cincinnati Reds Announcer Thom Brennaman Lands New Job
"A hit some controversy this Yeah, He got a little bit of trouble. About four months ago, He was on the air announcing a Redd's Royals game, and he used a gay slur while he thought his mic was off, which we all know Mike's are never off. Doesn't make it right. But he's actually been rehired to announce games again. Good, and it's just four months later. It's just, you know, As soon as the incident happened on air, he said he went right on and apologize. And he said, I don't know if I'm ever gonna put headsets on again. He knew the severity of what happened. And pretty much thought His career was over. But today it has been announced that the Roberto Clemente League has hired him to do play by play for the 2021 season. Oh, yes. Oh, not even Major league baseball. This is down in Puerto Rico. Yes. Oh, I say. Okay, well, studio It was passion, I guess. Yeah. What? Listen, I mean,
"roberto clemente" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Homed in on him right away. So yeah the pittsburgh. Pirates were Lead i think they're. Gm was branch rickey. Who is the guy who had scouted. Jackie robinson got him onto the dodgers now. He worked for the pirates so he ended up getting his hands on roberto clemente and brought him to the pirates. It's so apparently when They found out or when clemente found out that he had been drafted by the pirates. He's down in puerto rico and he said later on that he had. He didn't really know where pittsburgh was. He had been excited to play for new york. Because there's a big puerto rican community in new york and all of a sudden he sent off to pittsburgh doesn't know where it is and doesn't really know anybody so this is kind of as his entree into America but it actually was even rougher than that. Because i he started out I guess i'm pittsburgh's Minor league team or in. That's what it was. It was in spring. Training down in fort myers beach florida And he came face to face with the the stark reality of of basically jim. Crow south in the fifties First thing when he got to america and he he was one of the reasons. I said earlier the civil rights activists because he did not take very kindly to that and bristled in in railed against it from the outset. Yeah he didn't he didn't have any He doesn't have any frame of reference for this like he came from puerto. Rico were this wasn't a thing. He was of african descent so to americans he was a black man to him. He was puerto rican. He was caught between two worlds and didn't understand why he had to stay in a different hotel or eating a different restaurant than his white Teammates and so this really upset them and and what upset him even as much was how his other black teammates on the team understood it in just basically had to take it because they were afraid. If they caused a ruckus that it would be sent back down to the minors and he was just like you shouldn't be deferential. Like what's going on in this country. And he he would speak to the sporting press about this stuff in the sporting press either would just ignore his comments about that or actually yes they would ignore his comments about that and they would just talk about whatever he said about the game but then to kind of heap This sense that he was an outsider and outside outsider. There wasn't respected because he was looked down upon because of his race and his his Origin They would quote him phonetically in the press so when he said you know I think there was a headline. That famously said like i get a hit. I feel good but they spell it out like i get heat h. e. t. is how they spelled hit. I feel good. That was a headline in the pittsburgh news papers after a really big game and he found that extremely demeaning And actually really kind of framed. The way that he felt about america Yeah framed how he felt about america. And why don't forget like puerto. Rico was you know by this time it was an american territory have been for quite a while. So people in puerto rico had long considered themselves american people in america. Increasing sitter puerto ricans. They consider them and they. The roberto clemente was treated just like any other person from puerto rico which was not very well back. Then yes so. His reputation started to develop as a loner. It's very moody player The pirates were really bad team. I don't think we mentioned that At the time just terrible like one of the worst teams baseball. He didn't catch on in his first few years. They're either Think in his first five seasons the only hit over three hundred one time and a lot of this was due to injury. He had a car accident that hurt his back. So his back was all jacked up for a while He had other you know injuries along the way and he would. He wasn't shy about talking about it. He would complain to the manager complain to the press about his injuries. And this baseball still kind of this way or most sports are actually as you kinda. Don't take that stuff public. You don't wanna be seen as someone who Either fakes injury because they don't wanna play or who complains about it too much right so he. He didn't have the best reputation early on because a lot of this stuff. Yeah i know he was thought to be complainer. A hypochondriac moody Abrasive egotistical. And that was something. that like. That's indisputable as egotistical part. Because he was. He knew that he was playing better than he was getting credit for it and it ticked him off because he knew the reason he wasn't getting credit for was because he didn't act the way that the white sporting press expected him to act and they didn't like him for so they didn't really give them any any credit. They actually withheld credit. That was definitely do him for the way he was playing. But like you said. I mean it took a few years for him to start to catch on but even after he did which i began in the nineteen. Sixty world series When the pirates went from. I don't know if they went from worst to first but it was pretty close to something like that He was he was passed over as the world's series mvp I think like a a lefty relief. Pitcher got more votes than he did despite him being one of the clear. Heroes of that series And he really was not happy about that and it really kind of created this. This lifelong animosity with the sporting precedent. Already been brewing. But that one to him showed that he they were basically working against them at that point. Yeah and i think nineteen sixty was a pretty bittersweet ear because it was his breakout year If this status right. Dave says his average never dropped below three hundred. Yeah then that means he that means he was hitting three hundred in game one which is pretty remarkable To start out that hot and to maintain it over the course of a year right but if in playing winter ball in the caribbean just a couple of weeks before that it would make sense you know. Yeah and he You know they won the world series. Which is a big big deal in pittsburgh. But he didn't feel like he was getting his do like you said so. He didn't go off and celebrate with his fans He kind of went off to himself he was happy but it said The quote was. I'm happy but not but unconcerned with all the fanfare is what reporter said and he just wanted to get back home to puerto rico so he could use his world series bonus money to buy a house for his mother and he was loved there. So you know he wanted to get back to where he was Cherished in any did when he went back to puerto rico he was a national hero and the press like followed him everywhere he went and the kids loved him and he bought a big cadillac and mentor all the kids. So it's not like he went back like Like elvis in just sort of live high on the hog like he did go back a hero but he really really got involved with the community right away. Yeah he kept playing he would mentor little kids. Who were Learning to play sports in that actually became one of his dreams as he wanted to Make enough money and get big enough to build a sports complex a sports city or See dod deportes bad If i can pat myself on the back for that one where kids could learn to Play but also you know like you didn't have much of a role model kind of place you could find a role model to and not just play baseball but also play basketball or whatever sports You wanted to play. And i think that that was at the very least on his mind back. Then if not like one of his stated goals in his life by the time nineteen.
Philadelphia Police: More Than 50 Shots Fired In Basketball Court Shooting That Killed 2 Men, Injured 3 Others In Spring Garden
"People were killed, two others wounded when more than 50 shots were fired at a basketball court and park in the spring Garden section of the city last night. K K Y. Y. W's W's Tima Tima Menace Menace has has the the story. story. Roberto Roberto Clemente Clemente Park Park at at 18th 18th and and Wallace Wallace isn't isn't a a place place where where Deputy Deputy police police Commissioner Commissioner Melvin Melvin Singleton Singleton says says a a lot lot of of violence violence happens. happens. We We don't don't usually usually have have problems at this particular pregnant plague around here. So this is an anomaly here, but it turned into a crime scene with white chalk circles scattered all over the basketball court. Investigators were marking the shots that were fired about eight o'clock at night, and it was loud. It was 55 shots, and it sounded like automatic weapons. That's Brian Fitzpatrick, who was out walking his dog. Police say three men shot and killed 21 year old Khalid Henderson. They then fired at three others 18 year old Jade and Lucas, who was killed and 2 19 year olds who were wounded. There were a few dozen people in the park at the time, so with bullets fly Lying. Police say this could have been even worse. There was girls doing yoga right across the street as this happened, and there was someone skateboarding right on this corner, who had nothing to do with the crowd. Police have not released a motive. Some neighbors say they're worried about drugs in the neighbourhood in spring Garden. Tim Jimenez KOW news radio to
"roberto clemente" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Network I'm your host Kevin Hollick is episode number two, Sixty, eight you guys haven't done so yet check us out on social media had to facebook head to twitter check out the GS MCC baseball podcast as well as the. PODCAST network linked in. Instagram facebook across the board baseball is not the only guest within the network. Actually there's upwards of thirty even more than that. It's anything you would like I mean if you can come up with a topic, there's a podcast for you whether it's books, music television movies, other sports. Music did I say that already I don't even remember there's so many broadcasts that if he can't find one that's entertaining. There's something wrong with you. That's all I'm going to say but check that out go into the search bar wherever you're listening to this podcast type in G S MC and the library will pop up and you'll have a lot of great content a lot of my co workers within the podcast network. So we certainly appreciate it but dive in now to counter the news and notes segment of the baseball podcast here today a couple of different things I wanted to touch on first of all is the news that Major League. Baseball has released the quote unquote film room, which is millions of old video clips every pitch for Major League baseball over the last three years as well as highlights dating back all the way to nineteen, twenty nine and you as the consumer are able to put together a package of up to I believe it is four different highlights and you can share those across any social media platform. So baseball is starting to finally hear the feedback in starting to understand the power of social media and the ability that this has to. Grow. The audience and sway members to become bigger fans because before they used to crack down on this all the time. If you had any sort of video online, they would shut it down. They would come at you even pitching Ninja on twitter had to go to battle, and he's basically just like guys. I'm trying to champion your product in show how difficult it is and how good these guys are at what they do and you're shutting down for it. I'm trying to partner with you while asking nothing in. Return. But spread the word of your product, and now I do think that this film room is a little bit internally focused. Still I understand the benefit of being able to put together these highlights you can't manipulate the system as much as I would like I. Know I still have to continue to dive around and learn more about it as I'm diving through highlights content learning, how to clip things back and forth short and the clips edit the clips be able to rotate damn. Do certain things edit the videos filters? Tax Things along those different lines that are what make other social media platforms stand out amongst the crowd of many. So if Major League Baseball can partner with some of these platforms I think this will continue benefited as well, but it is certainly a great step in the right direction I I mean I've come on here a couple of times and talked about how baseball needs to partner with online media and be more willing to understand that world and utilize it to be successful, and this is a good first step I think this is kind of. A lowering of the curtain. So to speak that will allow this to evolve. Because I do think baseball will find success and I do think the reaction will be positive. I. Don't know how many people will be sharing all of these highlights or be watching old videos, but I'll certainly find it entertaining or if you're having a conversation with your friends or your family over a couple of drinks you're outside it's now fall time over the weekend and you want to watch an old highlight of Willie mays or Roberto Clemente who we talked about in that. First Segment Jackie. Robinson some of these guys who pave the way for today's baseball players, and now you can do that. Now you don't have to rely on Youtube and a lot of older video I mean like i. said going all the way back to nineteen twenty nine. That's a long time ago. That's ninety years of highlights that are now available in this film room, and if you really want to take some time and go down a rabbit hole, which I would suggest because it is fun and they do have a lot of video that I've. Never. Seen before, and if you wanna put together videos of triple plays or videos of the final out of the world series or videos of complete game, no hitters the final pitch the final out of those types of instances guys who have hit four home runs in a game and kind of put those altogether in a clip and then share them online. You can do that. But the length of video does become a bit longer for some of the newer niche social media platforms that are come and go come and go a lot of high turnover. Sex Videos, things along those lines, but again, good first step for Major. League baseball certainly an improvement on what they've been doing. I can't fault them for that. Allowing any sort of video moving forward is certainly an upgrade over what things have been in the past but check that out MLB film room just type into Google you gotta sign up with an email. Of course, they wanna, you know email you to try to get you to buy something later. But as of now the film room is free and you should check it out if you're listening out there but. This week we also had let's see here I'm trying to remember which exact day it was. Was it today's Thursday Tuesday I? Think it was on the eighth. If we had the third longest at-bat in the history of Major League Baseball, it was between cardinals, Catcher Matt leaders and many twins left handed pitcher caleb fee bar Thi- bar I. think that's how you say it. So nineteen pitch battle I, it was pretty impressive to watch Wieder said fouled off fourteen. Pitches during the nineteen pitch performance before feel bar got him to fly out to the center field warning track and the bases were loaded at this point. So Theo Bar was able to get out of the jam and the cardinals were up five to two in that ain't pitches ten through fifteen. We're all fastballs that leaders was able to foul off into. Empty. Busch Stadium Number Sixteen was a high slider and then seventeen eighteen nineteen back to fastballs after that. But. Thalberg through ten consecutive three, two pitches into the strike zone. That's very impressive. I mean those are high leverage high pressure pitches because you certainly don't WanNa walk in a run in this instance in the bottom of third already down five to two. In this game, you don't want to give up any more. So that's a fascinating stat. They're being able to locate whether it's control or command ten pitches in zone in a row is a very impressive feat and looking at a tweet here from Sarah. Lang's she says, matter leader saw. Pitches. In his last plate appearance, there have been five thousand, four hundred instances this season of a player having at least four plate appearances a in a game and seeing fewer pitches than that. So a player total during the game seeing less than nineteen bitches. This happened over five hundred or five, thousand, four, hundred times and leaders did it in one play to parents? So.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Statistic right in front of me, and of course, a lot of the statistics that we reference nowadays in Major. League. Baseball weren't as available or weren't used back during that time. So they tried to take today's analytics and apply them to looking at film or game play or don't even know exactly how they do it but his defensive metrics graded out extremely well, his base running metrics getting back to the triples him taking the extra base when the opportunity presented itself, I believe it was over. Fifty or sixty percent of the time. So the guy wasn't a speedster, but he knew how to run the basis and that led to him taking the extra base in stretching. Hey, double into a triple and one, hundred, sixty, six of those is very impressive and when I talked about defensive metrics as well he won twelve consecutive gold glove awards starting in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty. One. So from nineteen, sixty, one, all the way till his last year of Nineteen seventy-two, he was the gold glove winner in right field for the National League he led the National League in outfield assists five times during the curse of a career. So the guy had an absolute Canaan out in right field and since one thousand, nine, hundred, four, he ranked second in career assists as. A right fielder, he has a career two hundred and fifty five assists from right field, which is second all-time. So this guy just he did it all I mean he hit three seventeen, he hit triples let's look at his home run stats he he figured out how to hit home runs later in his career a lot of way or an easy way to put it is that Guys who get to the major leagues I you learn how to hit major league pitching and then you learn how to hit home runs against Major League pitching I mean case in point locally here is Alec bomb for the Philadelphia. Phillies. Former third overall pick who has come up hit right around three hundred put the ball in play. He's twelve for twenty-three with runners in scoring. Position but certainly hasn't lifted the ball out of the ballpark yet, and that will come with experience that will come with timing that will come with repetition, and that's what happened with Roberto Clemente and his first five years he had five, seven, four, six, four home runs but then from then on double digits every year and averaged upwards of almost twenty home runs he started getting to. Sixteen twenty three seventeen twenty nine was his career high in nineteen sixty six when he won the MVP award, he hit three seventeen, that year twenty, nine home runs. One hundred nineteen are be is he also had eleven triples and thirty one doubles. So what's that there? Quickly Sixty seventy one extra base hits across the board in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, six, what a fantastic year. For Roberto in that year, he was a two time world series champion. To Go along with those twelve consecutive gold gloves, he also had fifteen all stars. He was named an all-star fifteen different times. That's very impressive throughout the course of eighteen years. He had four L. batting titles to go along with the nineteen sixty, six award he had three, fifty, one and nineteen, sixty, one, three, thirty, nine, and nineteen, sixty, four, three, fifty, seven, in one, thousand, nine. Hundred Sixty seven and three, twenty, nine in nineteen, sixty five to win the batting championship in those years very impressive. He also ranks once again putting in the new age sabermetrics into the old style of baseball. He ranked thirty seventh all time in wins above replacement or war according to baseball reference. So very, very high on the list during his prime one of the most complete players. I, heard Larry Bowa speak the other day and somebody asked him about the best baseball player. He's ever played against and he said it was hands down. So Clemente nobody was even close it's just I mean this guy if you really look at it from nineteen, we'll say sixty one or even nineteen sixty through the end of his career. So those twelve years he was an all star every year except for nineteen, sixty eight and the guy had two to ninety one that year. So certainly had the numbers he finished in the MVP top twenty every single year he had. Let's see one two. Three four top five finishes in MVP voting, and it's just let's look at some of the individual performances that really stand out here based on some research I've been able to do but nineteen, fifty six, he had an inside the park walk off Grand Slam, and apparently that is the only time in the history of Major League baseball it actually happened it was Let's see a historic trip nine, eight victory the pirates over the cubs and It was his first home run was also an inside the park home run. So he has the only inside the park walk off Grand Slam in the history of baseball up. A year later in nineteen fifty seven, he had a three homer, seven RBI performance, which was probably the most impressive offensive performance of Roberto Clementes career for five three Dinger's seven RBI's against the reds he had to to run shots, and then a solo homer in the ninth, the pirates did end up losing that game but of course, Roberto was a star nineteen, fifty, eight, he had. A three times three bagger Clemente became just the twenty eighth player in history to have three triples in one game which ties the modern era. So nobody has had four triples in one game. It seems here but Clemente is one of the gentlemen was able to have three of them in one game. He had a walk off hit in the All Star game in nineteen sixty one. To lead the National League to a five four victory, he basically, let's see Hank Aaron led off the inning Frank Robinson was there. So I stacked lineup but ultimately, your hero was were Roberto Clemente in the same year that he won the MVP, he also had the walk off winner in the All Star game. That's a pretty good summer if you're Roberto Clemente. Defensively in nineteen sixty nine, he made a crazy catch to preserve a no hitter one handed grab over the field fence. It's one of the best highlights and best catches that she'll see if you search over youtube and and kind of dive into some of these, you'll be able to find that one thousand, nine, hundred, Seventy Roberto Clemente night at three rivers stadium. They had this. They welcomed fans from Puerto Rico for the occasion. Obviously. Roberto. Was a hero for a lot of kids of Latino descent. Because Roberto Clemente after his passing in nineteen, seventy two was elected to the baseball hall of fame in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three, and he was the first Latino to be enshrined in the Major League Baseball Hall of fame. So everything that Jackie Robinson did in for for the African, American. Community Roberto Clemente was very similar idolized player for the Latino community. I know Alex Rodriguez has talked about idolizing Roberto Clemente and that's where I think baseball's doing a nice job and honoring him once a similar similar to Jackie Robinson because the has continued to evolve and obviously the influence of La Latino players in Puerto Rico and everybody has continued to grow across major. League Baseball and we've seen that with everybody from Puerto. Rico wearing number twenty one in honor of Roberto Clemente on Wednesday with the rest of Major League baseball wearing a patch and showing their love for Roberto Clemente also Major League baseball the MLB Network has a studio twenty one along with a studio forty two. So very much highly thought of in regards to Major, League baseball and just fascinating I. Mean The guy was an all star gold glove top fifteen MVP guy hit three twelve with seven home runs and sixty RBI. So yeah, our ten home runs and sixty RBI. So maybe the offensive power numbers were dropping at the age of thirty seven for the pirates. The Guy could still hit career three seventeen hitter thirteen hundred RBI is two hundred and forty home runs and exactly three thousand hits and of Cour- say a hero to the Latino community and just a model citizen for everything. Major League, baseball and. Great Great Athlete and a great great baseball player. But that'll wrap things up here for the first segment of the GSM baseball podcast brought to you by the. MC podcast network I'm your host Kevin Mahalick will pause right now for a word from one of our sponsors, one of.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"A pirate for life. Steve Blass, who played with the great Roberto Clemente, It's a very special day. Not only the pirates but across Major League baseball because Puerto Rican players have the option to wear number 21 throughout the league. And the Pirates, of course, will be working all of the bucks. I believe we're gonna wear 21. It really started here and Vera Clemente, his widow. Just past at the end of last year, and I remember being there. I mentioned this early this morning when Neil Walker was playing with the Bucks, whose father Tom knew and play ball. This is a great story of people if people don't know it, and was supposed to be on that flight, Theo fated flight where they were helping Earthquake victims from Nicaragua and Roberto told Tom Walker Neil's dead. No, he was going to get on the plane, he said. You stay. I'll see you at the party was New Year's Eve party. And the rest is history. And so Tom gets very emotional. Can you imagine this night? So I was there at PNC Tour a vertical many night. Neil Walker's there. Vehicle. Many and the boys were there. And Neil hits a home run over the Roberto Clemente Wall. Perfection. You just can't make that stuff up part of the magic of baseball. Curious to hear Steve glasses, recollections of Roberto. It's going to be great to hear him again. I got so used to having every Friday that you know, it's kinda left a hole every day's a holiday for Steve now good for him. Triple A trapping is powered by Bowser. Chevrolet. Experienced the power of Bowser Bowser, Chevrolet Cappie Burgers off this week. We got Adam dusky checking the rush later. We're going to start on. Start off on route.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Time for sports here at WCBS. So let's talk about the Mets. Right now. They're trying to go for a serious win over the Phillies, trying to take three at afford Citi Field. They got rookie David Peterson on the mound, and right now the Phillies have rocked him in the first inning. The Phillies lead three Nothing. It is top of the second, the Phillies are behind former Met Zack Wheeler. Struggling Yankees begin a key three games Siri's with the division rival Bluejays. That's tonight in Buffalo and the Islanders play Game one of the Eastern Conference finals against Tampa Bay Lightning. That's a eight o'clock start. The NHL's bubble in Edmonton Day eight of the U. S Open round of 16 is underway. The Tokyo Olympics will take place in 2021 with or without cove. It According to the International Olympic Committee Vice president John Coates, he proclaimed in an interview with French media. Coates, who leads the IOC's coordination Commission for the Tokyo game, said the 2020 Olympics were originally supposed to be known as Thie Reconstruction games. Referring to Japan's overcoming a major earthquake and tsunami in 2011. All Puerto Rican MLB players will be allowed to wear Roberto Clemente toes. I'm sorry. Roberto Clemente A's number 21 during the commemoration of the 19th annual Roberto Clemente Day on Wednesday. September 9th. All players will have the option to wear a patch with the number 21. It's 1 43. Hi. It's Jamie Progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi Jamie hit me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"So if you want to have a little remembrance of Lou Brock and a couple of those teams, I would imagine that the guys calling the game will touch on that. The passing Of the legend. Another legend that went far too Soon. Buster was the late great Roberto Clemente and later this week, Major League Baseball is going to pay homage to him for a certain ethnic group of players, which I think is a great great thing. Can you kind of take us inside this particular story? Again. Our teammate Mollet Marley. Rivera was the first one to report this Major league Baseball is going to allow players from Puerto Rico, which is where Roberto Clemente was from. To wear number 21. Clementi's number on other players will have the opportunity to where some kind of a decal also with number 21 on it, But I really believe that this is you know another step toward that day when they retire his number 21 in the same way that they did that retired Jackie Robinson's 42 Clementi and historic Figure in baseball. And so revered that the sports humanitarian award is named for him. And there has been this growing. Ah, call for baseball to take that step. I think they feel like, well, we way have this other ward name form. But the fact that they're doing this and and the fact that I think we're going to see players really jump on this and celebrated. Ah, and then I did find it. Find a way to talk about comment. Ae and and remember Clementi. I think that they're just going to continue to build on this. At some point that number 21 will go up in the scoreboards everywhere around baseball. It stands to reason because he is one of the great as you mentioned humanitarians in the history of the game. In fact, that's how we ended up losing his life in that plane crash Thinking of others. And this week, Major League Baseball will be thinking of him. Buster only is the host of the Buster eyes. The host. Excuse. We have the baseball tonight five gassed. And he always brings it with us. Every single I get one from Buster going. Just got one more for you. But I'm only here for one day, man. I gotta get much as I can. So what do we think that the Mets are going to be sold? And is it any substance to the fact that air I felt like he was just there to raise the price for going Well, you know, I talked to him about the other day because there was a story that said that he can't remember what the word was that he was living or something like that. And he said, no, just, you know, I mean part of the process and let's face it, if you if you're in a bidding and you don't win it, then you're probably gonna have complaints or trades. I know that that happens every day in sports, but I think you know Alex. At some point, I fully expect that he's going to merge is a bitter for another team. Um, but boy, what a what a landscape changing. Ah, move for the Mets to go to new ownership, which is going to spend a lot more money. And for the first time, I think under Steve Cone, I think we're going to see the Mets go toe to toe with the Yankees. Have been for some of the best players in the game. Watch the Francisco indoor bidding in two winters. Those that will be a showdown. Syndergaard has to be something fun to be at the locks in the garden, you know, he probably thought he was 1 ft. Out the door one on a banana peel that it is the time of John surgery. Yeah, that And I think it would not at all surprised me of this winter if he saw Steve Cohen trying to announce his presence with authority and maybe go after J. T Reum youto, the All Star catcher of the Philadelphia Phillies. Indeed, Steve Cohen, huge hedge fund guy grew up a Mets fan. And if you take a look at Steve Cohen's bank account, he's not used to finishing second. Anybody other is a 10 billion more than any other owner. No, dad Boy. That's money. Yes, and he doesn't want to use that five year window that the Wilpons wanted to give him. He wants to take over. Right now, let me make sure I get this right. Buster only is the host of the baseball Tonight Podcast, And it's always great to have him on K. J..
"roberto clemente" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"I think and in sports history I don't recall any sort of superstar or you know on you know what I was trying to it you know I was trying to make trying to make references to this the closest I can come up with is Roberto Clemente the great Roberto Clemente at the pinnacle of his success this career dying delivering supplies to earthquake victims in Central America Thurman Munson the Yankee group the great Yankee catcher dying in a in a plane crash it in lately I guess for if you're if you're under the age of thirty maybe you can relate to Jose Fernandez the young phenom a picture from the Miami Marlins who died in that boat accident in Miami a couple years ago in fact of those you listing of seven ninety the ticket I was actually on in Miami and I remember sitting I was sitting in church and my phone starts buzzing of blowing up with the news that Jose Fernandez had passed away and in our program director data Miami when whiner called actually stepped out of church she said Hey we we've got to cover this Jose Fernandez just died in a boating accident I ran back to the studios jumped on the errant anchor the coverage in Miami the day that Jose Fernandez and and there's a lot of similarities somebody way too young leaving us way too soon thank you very much for the call appreciate it let's get your update that I'm gonna also give you some details of what's going on right now in southern California right now Peter Schwartz is standing by with the CBS sports radio update.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Can you only had one of them? The station. Now, they'll look the love and tried to hang onto. The you know, what's weird though, you know, you loaned us your gold glove, and it was great to have in. What people have to understand is. It's actually just a baseball mitt then is spray painted gold. Like, Like, it's. it's. I mean, it's cool. But it's it's kind of a cheap, you know award. I mean, it's a great honor herald don't get me wrong. I think the actual trophy. They they they give you is just a glove, and then they get, you know, Russ stolen them, and then they spray pin. Well last night. Ward was was awarded Johnny Atlanta, right down. So let's see the Roberto Clemente where it looks like the Heisman Trophy. Well, I want it back in ninety one that gave me a ball. That was basically they silver bronze too. Come on get a high, isn't it? The Red Sox with two two outs in the you know, this ability they're hitting over four hundred with two ounce. And I I guess I I look at what Cora has done for this team. And what I love and that is put the bat on the ball. Don't try to you don't have to hit home runs. They're not relying on home runs here. And they're put the ball in play. And I I don't know if more teams are going to look at this and go. Oh, jeez. That's it does make more sense than striking out that you put the ball in play. And then things happen. What do you make of this strategy? It's not strategy. I guess, but it's just the ability to you know, put the ball in play with with two outs in runners in scoring position. Well, I I take full loss. That, you know, it's it's it's blending the new analytics and also the old school together. And I think we've gone through numbers and data are always constantly changing. Right. It changes are are thought process of of how we think about things so Alex comes from Houston ASO's who way out there with all the Olympics. But I think they're the first ones sit there and say take a pitch given account and lead league in strikeouts. Then they made the adjustment. We're gonna put the ball in play and they went to World Series. And I think analysts about that here. He had a quote last night. And that he said in the press conference to ten and thirty home runs and seventy Rb is you can't play for the Red Sox that doesn't get it with one hundred ninety five strikeouts. You can't play here. So I think what it's been accepted herald it that's the problem is baseball has accepted this as the new normal. Well, I hate it. I hate it. I know most people. Do the ball's gonna be play. And if you put the ball in play good things are gonna happen strike out. Not just another out you have no production. So I think there's team starting to see it when you have the team leading right? You know to in the World Series. I'm not gonna give it to them yet. Although I think you'll probably win it. And last year winter saying strikeouts is not the way you play. You put the ball in play. Maybe we're going to start to see this turn. And we'll see 'cause we gotta get the game back to putting the ball play. It just. HR safe travels to Los Angeles. We'll check in with you a little bit later on in the series. Thank you. Fran. Appreciate Harold Reynolds. He won three Gold Gloves. Yeah. Fritzy, no, offense or anything. But it's kind of a cheap award. It is like what you mentioned looking at the gold glove looked like cheap award. Yes. It's an amazing honored again. But when we all got it. We were like this is what they give them. Really, didn't you think it was actual gold glove again like it was a gold glove? Like when you tap on it, solid. It was a rust Olim high end restaurant. Yes. Because you could get a glove, and I could spray painted, and I could spray spray thing to baseball's. I think that we could probably construct a gold glove. It was a little more. It had the feel of like a more high end sixth grade art project, it was a little bit more art project that like somebody did that out in the garage..
"roberto clemente" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The he's the dude at the bar and the number one question people get asked on. Poli after, presidential election is who would you most like to. Have a beer with Trump is that dude he's the guy who. Tells us exactly what he thinks that all times it. May not always be accurate but he. Tells us what he thinks to. This isn't going to come back to bite him in the rear end I mean the left is going to hate him for it of course they're gonna say collusion with the. Russians and everything. Else I guaranteed, the Clintons were doing the same darn thing you always want dirt, on? The opponent no matter who it comes from. We were talking. Earlier about. Cool. Things that you may own like some. Sort of paraphernalia or some, sort of collectible that you're. Not quite sure if. It's worth anything or not maybe it is maybe it. Isn't but it's something you hang onto Jason hammer autographed eight by. Ten right which you have. Hanging up from our data I'm working together From, tweets in Addis. Baseball cards rock my dad gave me, an old tops Roberto Clemente autographed card gave it back to him. Twenty years. Later that's bonding Jacob. Tweets then I have five Dorsey Sinatra Indianapolis test pressing records got them for free have yet to meet or. Talk to anyone. That, has one. Of those Michael sends us a Facebook message convention center coin. Nineteen Seventy-three celebrating the opening of the new convention. Center here that's really cool now true story the gentleman who mentioned. That, he had Roberto Clemente autograph card when I was like thirteen or fourteen. True story I saved up all year. Long and I got my data, nineteen fifty seven Roberto. Clemente tops baseball card. Because he needed to complete a. Set he still has it to? This. Day every time I pull it out we bond over together that's, an awesome story. My grandfather had Hoosier dome beer does, anybody remember Hoosier dome beer okay so before the colts officially came. To Indianapolis We were trying to lure NFL franchise in Indianapolis there was a. Preseason game at the Hoosier dome between. The bears and the Buffalo Bills, this has been like. Eighty four right when. We were trying to track the. Colts right and you know both? Teams. Are just trash I think at this point Bears are a. Little bit better than. The bills at this point but yeah and they had their own brand of beer inside the dome it. Was Hoosier dome beer or my grandfather somehow got like a six pack.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Long balls from hall of famers Hank. Aaron Reggie Jackson and Roberto Clemente we'll see that future hall of famers who might have took the field in DC Tuesday but. Collectively a shattered that home run record with ten of them Astros teammates Alex bregman George Springer went deep on consecutive. Pitches to, snap a tenth inning tie and the American League held up the, National, League, eight to six. Bregman earn, MVP, honors, for his go ahead last Springer just pumped. To be involved in a record breaker The American League Every game for ten different players responsible for. Those ten homers Aaron judge was in on the fun even though he didn't expect to do it against NL starter and reigning Cy. Young max Scherzer but you gotta dugout pep talk from Houston's Justin Burland Think you're gonna get. Ready so the first one I chance in other ways Now the other girl pretty cool moment first Yankee to Homer in the all star game. Since Jason Giambi back in two thousand three Luis Severino with a scoreless. Inning, Jacob. Degrom allow to Mike trout Homer in his lone inning of work glacier Torres neurologist Chapman did not participate Torres hoping to return from a strained hip when the Yanks host the Mets this weekend in the Bronx breaking NBA news early this morning ESPN reports the Toronto Raptors are closing in on a deal to acquire all star Kawhi Leonard, from the. Spurs return packs to San Antonio was said to include fellow all-star demar derozan but the thing to. Watch here is that Leonard reportedly has no interest in playing, for, the raptors we'll see if. And how that could impact, the outcome, sports fifteen, and Forty-five. Around the clock Chris lopresti ten ten. Wins sport.
Trump's to meet Queen and PM and face protestors
"And the wer newsroom controversial fbi agent peter struck testifying before a house committee today about the antitrump text messages exchanged between him and his girlfriend fbi lawyer lisa page during the campaign struck told page they would stop a trump presidency but he told the committee today that he and his fbi colleagues have no place for political bias in their professional lives they will not tolerate any improper behavior in me any more than i would tolerate it in them that is who we are as the fbi and the suggestion that i in some dark chamber somewhere in the fbi would somehow cast aside all of these procedures all of these safeguards and somehow be able to do this is astounding to me it's simply couldn't happen president trump has left the nato summit in brussels he is now in the the uk where he'll meet with theresa may and the queen tomorrow and where protesters are getting busy correspondent ian panel reporting from the middle of a protest in central london around the outside is called a ring a steel it's not to try and keep them away and tried to keep the president safe is not actually here right now he's gone out to dinner blenheim pilot tomorrow he's got a whole series of meetings reaching the queen is missing the prime minister these people here are just a small example of what is planned for tomorrow construction worker is dead after being hit in the head and manhattan by a falling beam it happened this afternoon in an inner courtyard at a high rise in morningside heights the building called the international house has affiliated with columbia university and houses graduate students had professors governor cuomo says the state will port nineteen million dollars into the bronx to help improve opportunities for kids komo's says the investment comes at a critical time is the bureau continues to mourn the loss of fifteen year old junior guzman felice who was brutally killed by gang members last month terrible horrendous act what should we do do thing and he says a major chunk of that nineteen million will be used to renovate roberto clemente state park and improve youth athletic facilities the city is honoring hero police officer steven mcdonald with plaque on this anniversary of his shooting mayor de blasio unveiled a plaque that reads born out of tragedy came a life of service and forgiveness came to know steven mcdonald is someone who had something to teach that we all needed to learn forgiving the teenager who shot him thirty two years ago here detective mcdonald.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Feel good and it's great to have you back were you believe me we missed you you were talking about mothers first of all i tuned in just as the as the gentleman was talking about in nineteen seventy my family moved from one house to another and it was during the spring my mother went to the big city of bush at the house we were moving for and cut up a stem off of it and she said go out in the yard and just stick this in the graham we were in that house trying to hide years when i moved to rhode island i took a cutting stuck in the ground when i moved from rhode island to a menia i took a cutting and stuck it in the ground and when the sun when dawn breaks and i look at the yard to bush that is now ten feet tall ooh is out there and hit every day i'll never forget when we were in the process of that move to that house in nineteen seventy we had a big custommade doghouse and to this day i don't know how it got there but my mother came to me instead here you're gonna wanna keep this and this custommade doghouse she found the roberto clemente baseball cards i have it's still you better believe i have to get out there i do not remember how is she said it had been slid underneath one of the shingles on the roof of this cousin made large custommade doghouse was made for our colleague and how it got there i have no idea whether a workman slid it in there or what but my somehow or other my mother found that just ended it to me and she said you're going to want this i have it still it's in it's in one of my desk drawers and just as one more i will never forget the night that the ball went between bill buckner his legs i could hear her we were watching in different rooms i could hear her screaming at the television you you right now believe you thank you so very much for being that my friends that's funny that's that's a sports fan you wonder how many remotes have been thrown in the last year with with something like that happens all you know your your team has.
6 months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico
"Governor says that by an acting law that bans most abortions after fifteen weeks of just asian the state is quote saving more of the unborn than any state in america and what better thing can we do republican governor phil bryant made the comments while he signed the law today in a closed ceremony the state's only abortion clinic and one of the doctors who practices there filed a federal lawsuit in jackson an hour after the governor signed that measure into law mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones lonzo for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico doesn't do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of big children's well being resources to make sure we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work be able to raise their families as well and the qatar is spin in was to compare rahm to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication a baseball field that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy of roberto clemente but at the same time mary you're fulfilling that legacy by leading a delegation to puerto rico as he did to managua nicaragua where he lost his life at city hall bill cameron wls am eight ninety near a suburban teacher and coach has died after suffering a heart attack or nick gale with that brooke north high school has announced that physical education teacher and coach mark roberto died sunday after suffering a heart attack while on a bike ride sunday afternoon during his time at glennbeck north ribera acted as a coach for the boys water polo wrestling and football teams in a staffy male the principal gb n says that quote ribera was a.
Six months after Hurricane Maria, CBS News returns to Puerto Rico
"The right shows the demonstrate to children how bad drugs are chicago karnal blaze super has reportedly removed the pastor of the well known saint john catches parish and the goose island neighborhood the tribune says the reverend see frank phillips was removed last week cardinal tells parishioners that he made the decision after learning of credible allegations of improper conduct involving adult men the city of chicago is increasing security at the lakefront millennium park this summer starting may nineteenth there will be a security perimeter and bag check for all concerts and events at the downtown parks pritzker pavilion city will also prohibit alcohol at seven pritzker pavilion events that have the highest attendance those include the chicago house music festival chicago blues fest chicago mariachi festival and chicago jazz fest among others outside alcohol will be allowed at other events officials with these cities office of emergency management and communication say they're making the changes after terror attacks in major cities and at entertainment venues worldwide and mayor emanuel and congressman gutierrez will lead a delegation to hurricane ravaged puerto rico on friday bill cameron says there are political overtones for reelection in eleven months and a relief mission to puerto rico desa do his support in chicago's puerto rican community any harm at all the city of being resources to make sure that we will not rest until families and friends in puerto rico not just have power but have other ability to do what they need to move on and get back to work and be able to raise their families as well and the gutierrez spin was to compare rhyme to roberto clementi at a baseball field dedication baseball build that it's fitting to the memory and the legacy roberto clemente but at the same time mayor you're billing that legacy by leading a delegation.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The best foreignborn player and i'm looking for somebody to top this best foreignborn major league baseball player of all time gotta be roberto clemente data and here we go five checking it on the on the cast rejects on roberto clemente fernando valenzuela yeah fernando valenzuela kind of a flood woman is he on your about rush more because he certainly not better at baseball that each euro is a baseball if you're gonna rent these guys as far as who's one are the best friend of else will of one of the best rookie seasons ever share for a picture was he and asked haq is that right mile mayan and there were rumors the him like being upwards of forty forty five years old still pitching down in mexico in weeks red thread of else will rub arm roberto clemente people checking in with 95 says mariano rivera yeah he's on my list are out of her husband totally perez flag guerrero robbie alamar larry walker miguel cabrera if i'm building about rush more for me i'm going probably each euro up there he's on line one because he's one of my favorites i'm an ichiro agai you think about how we came over this is a guy who had been playing professional baseball in japan since the midnineties he comes over a not only does when rookie of the year he went an mvp in two thousand one he wins that mvp the your barry bonds hit seventy three home russ this guy had two hundred forty hits he had eight home runs he want an mvp in the steroid era because of his speed because he could get on pace definitely one of the greatest hitters over he won a silver slugger and a gold glove in a rookie of the year and an mvp in the air that barry bonds is hitting seventy three home runs how about sammy sosas sammy sosa had baby five six of the greatest cities seasons offensively anybody will ever have you got to arrest steroids in his i'm not doing this based on will.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on WCTC
"To statement not statement said okay if you found not to be true new get ten years of prison we'll it's my understanding is that that law is in place and you are not allowed to lie under oath and if the women would go through the court gives does go through and they were found to be perjured of they found if they are found to perjured themselves i mean as we've seen in case after case after case i mean i'm just thinking off the top of my head what was it roger clemente who was the guy the baseball player mark mcgwire roberto clemente of sorry matter and what was it he or was it mark mcgwire one of them perjured themselves for some stupid raisin and that's what they get in trouble foreign of right i don't remember so many baseball players were lied to congress and we rick your point it your point is taken and in understood and those laws are in place and i think that's what gives this case a little bit more weight and credence because these women are putting their names out there and no doubt i'm sure that they are receiving i'm sure a lot of respect and and in some encouragement but obviously on the other side of the aisle i'm sure they're being demonized and thrown under bus in every other sort of thing that can happen to some problems for us but i agree we have due process in this country we want to make sure that due process is the is what we continue to have an while we continue to use in order to prove innocence or guilt as critical as chris called in for brooklyn recently though as well a judge moore was was kind of he ruled with an iron fist from that bench there and.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on WDRC
"Fat ed by his bed i go back to my childhood district to give your perspective on this i grew up in chicago and there's no question i was a chicago cubs fan don't get me wrong i loved jose card no i love to glenn beck heard i mean i loved the downcast singer i loved the cubs but my favor baseball player was roberto clemente uh you know roberto uh was everything he was arm he was speed got two three thousand hits as early as anybody in major league baseball history i think you not only to do superlatives 'cause there's just too many of them but i don't think you make a list of three of the greatest alltime baseball players and don't put roberto clemente on that and i had giant posters of him in my room i used to look at those posters in the morning i used to look at it before he went to bed i stood in front of that poster weeping when some guy on television told me he was dead he was as great off the field as he was on and he died on a humanitarian trip oh man i loved roberto clemente the way my son loves p case who bad if i they've ever had a chance to spend the night with roberto clemente are you kidding me and so you know and i want you to know the peak aging do would just be nice his of me i mean this is just who he is and i mean he signed is predators jersey he took pictures were they me sat on the couch and talk to them for an hour my son was doing his card tricks for him for pk keisu ban and peak is having conversely and at the end of the night he puts his fist and he was nick i gotta go i get up early and go to practice and he touches his fists to next will come right the icty goes you remember i love you then he looked at me and said how do i get one of my fat heads of mike are you kidding me you don't know there's fat heads of you.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Not slot chance to go interplay glimpse good memories there from crawford and two thousand fourteen hidden that grand slam things have happened therefore so it's it's always a lot of fun we go back some of the mounger different bullpen man's pitching mansard about pittsburgh it's one of those miles where my opinion might be a little bit us summa some mouse seamer a little higher or the angles lewis deeper whatever may be but i think i was little below little flatter which lilic said over here when you have an overthetop delivery slam ounce don't matter quite as much so i think i fall into that category but you know it's always a lot of fun to play a little bit when the when it when the msa little bit lower catch nice ballpark picturesque get that the bridge coming over the roberto clemente bridge nice nuts very it's very scenic it's got some pretty cool user on that stadium i noticed from that movie with that move the shooter across the street in the as in the in the garage but those those good movie guts it's definitely one of those places we go there in newark around grozny constructed nicely and the and the fans volpin the fans your clothes that mistaken the after some standing room here's some standing room right behind you in the bullpen there and there are some fans literally blocked by just offense to your rights so they can get on your pretty good if it's one of those days george thank you marty david h ha scn two thousand two h sent me a note that jim bowden baton is meant jim baton is of course forst first exciting radja good i read that where he he had a stroke or something urgent out exactly happened well i wanted to mention it because few people have larry golds band is sent me something on this morning as well and it's abacha about offering former pitcher struggles with brain disease about batten who exposed baseball shenanigans at both four as malady linked to dementia in five years ago stroke essentially wiped out his language skills and i guess he has been suffering from then sense things are not going well for him so that was something in a new york times today and i definitely want to mention it we'll talk more about that do a little bit more about it on.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"P con michelle home yes galleon is michelle's brother in law he already said is going to be put on canvas canvas there will be no um declarations of the fire in the show you are such a sweet are and your of big thinking woman canvas pauley you know these are too large figures and you guys love you you and i have been friends for damn near fifty years now been through the wars together we've shirts commemorating are ten years together you out of us dancing yep all that stuff so i feel like he and when people walk in the home they say why is this on caveat you say those are two friends of our way greg and i get together fireworks for example christmas day family christmas dinner on were our in a shirt the you got me murph abhran is deuce bag and in front of michelle's ninety yearold grandparents in their late ninety's who i'm screaming greg about players resting yeah and he was screamin' right bag that's it that's what maury pauley yet you have it on your board he had no choice but to yell now do sometimes your hands are tied and you've got to address the situation and when you have no choice murphy's i continue to lug have no choice as actually elliott and conner at the thing so i'm going to pittsburgh due to my going to pull the kind of heroism of an mlb named john tomb pain john tomb pain never heard of him toot so the robert roberto clemente bridge is that legendary pirate yellow bridge area looks so cool on tv i'm dying to go there tools over the allegheny river you've not been in the yard yet rhino the old three rivers but i haven't been to this one but to this empire was walking to the gay you can was that's the deals we're going to walk into the game all day right pirates reply do the parchment the tampa bay raise about that as a has that for low wattage ball right there this goes walking across the bridge in saw a woman hop over the railing this is on wednesday's yesterday he said he reach for the woman and grabbed her arm and she urged him to let her go she was trying to jump off the bridge home holy mackerel he secured one of her arms a bystander grabbed the.
"roberto clemente" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"If you compare to him today i guarantee you and we have the modern technology to do it you go out and you look at his throws in the throes did he made you went to roberto clemente i dui evans could throw as well as roberto clemente dave winfield good pro as well as roberto clemente i ladimir guerrero my god what an arm as whereas arm strength does ma a over the last fifteen twenty years there really isn't a guy now in major league baseball i'm taking all the right fielders and that's where you see your stronger south world arm is in right field i wouldn't put any of today's major leaguers in net group of rifle armed outfielders atyrau was in his data antara like this any more boat when when he was at the top of his game five years ago eight years ago would ever had a dynamite arm but not any more i think it's too deemphasis of defense in baseball it's all about the home run in the strikeout baseball anymore uh either hit a threerun homer drag out that's cool that's what you're trying to do get up there swing for the fences good defender all gay well that's great it's an addition we'll take it by if we gotta go ahead four times as many home runs as you urinate homerun hitter we can get our i can get our hands on a thirty two homerun hitter a we'll take the lesser defence it will take the dirty duomo over the eight even though you can run a ball down battery you can throw a guy out in on play although compromise on defense has been compromised a massively in major league baseball and that's the one game that i think has certainly changed my opinion for the worse basketball i'm perfectly fine with has changed greatly it's different than it was twenty five thirty forty years ago when i was kid different is always worse some people believe different equates to worse i don't different can be better and to just be different and i think the nba game.