17 Burst results for "Robin Yount"
"robin yount" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Ninety two the night robin Yount hit that base hit to right center career hit number three thousand well if you weren't you may not have heard the original call of the broadcast of that game obviously but you cannot a Wednesday night for those of us who weren't there and we're listening that I believe will be listening again Wednesday night our ongoing brewers classics series continues with September ninth nineteen ninety two brewers in Indians you don't hit number three thousand one of Bob hookers most iconic calls in this hall of fame career Wednesday night six o'clock brewers classics sponsored by habits habits general tier Toyota fleet farm QuikTrip outdoor living unlimited and we energies that was baseball in nineteen ninety two what made baseball in twenty twenty look like I went through some of the bullet points this is what Jeff Passan he's a great writer great reporter for ESPN he takes all the information that was disclosed in this memo to players and puts it into a story form and so I present to you courtesy of Jeff Passan here's what a day in the life of a baseball player could look like in twenty twenty and as I read through this I want you to ask your question to ask yourself this question ask yourself this question because the question I had after look through all the stuff I've heard all about it over the weekend it's worth it is all this worth it Passan writes wake up grab the thermometer issued to every player.
"robin yount" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Last two years and long story kept on these not the same Henry Aaron but he took our young players prayers like Robin Yount whom you remember and on the way the hall of fame and what he did with them he really matured them taught them not only about baseball part about life I mean he he was great and he urged to later. We started winning ninety six games. He so there's I saw Henry data on Wednesday. I went to round and I wouldn't go to vomit out not seeing him. I'll see him in cooperstown next. We all I can tell you about him. Baseball's lucky great icon and obviously I'm impartial and everybody has an opinion. I think he was the best player of our generation. I said I'm partial. I understand there was some you know talking about Willie mays and who's phenomenal but if you watched hank play every day it was amazing but over and above that he's a human being as you have ever met quiet and thoughtful <hes> you at one point in the book writing about your growing up said that your father <hes> and you relate this the baseball but I thought it was interesting. You said Your father saying that was something along these lines he said son like nothing is good or bad except by comparison yeah. It's a line at every owner in baseball uses today that's right that was his famous line and they use it because of you. No doubt <hes> what what did he mean by that well some one thing and it it's it's true in life and was true in baseball as is David. We were trying to change things that you may say well okay. Okay that's all right but it should be this and that well except if you compare it to everything else is pretty good and you ought to be grateful for that and that's the way you make progress by. Maybe a little bit here and a little bit there but over and above everything else you have to understand that it's progress and if you compare it to everything else it's it's probably more progress than you knew that existed. We'll take a call now from a fan from Omaha Nebraska this Guy John Thank you for calling in. What's your question yeah? <hes> I'm looking at an article published. This year about attendance is down overall for the fourth straight year and I'm wondering are there any studies <hes> as to why this is happening inning and has the M._l._b.. As an organization done anything or proposed anything in the past to help each club promote their own individual attendants.
"robin yount" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"The say sort it says, all right. I could say that. Okay. All right. And so then you had young Cal, Ripken, young way, bogs. You had. Youngish Robin yount, and what year my in my youngest, Robin yount youngest Andre Dawson anyway. So there were two that year, but so that's interesting, something's happening here. Obviously, we've talked about how they're young more young players young players are better than ever and so on, but this is another way of looking at it because it's not just the league wide. It's not the bulk of like two hundred young players who are collectively better than young players have collectively been before, but this is actually the stars as well our young. So then I looked at the average age of the top twenty and this is the youngest average age of the top twenty in any year at twenty six point five years. Nineteen seventy-five aforementioned was twenty six point six. That was the closest year and usually, though, it's about what you expect. It's kinda mid twenty sevens and in nineteen forty seven the average was thirty in nineteen fifty the average was thirty. So if you look at the youngest years on this list, twenty nineteen is the youngest twenty seven. Nineteen was the fourth youngest twenty eighteen was the seventh youngest and twenty fifteen was the sixth youngest. So this is confirming a multi year trend that we're all kind of aware of, but puts a different perspective. But this brings up the question that I've been thinking about with the reason I keep looking at this is because when we talk about how young players are better than they've ever been were the thing about any of these things is that you're not actually seeing any of these cohorts in a in a vacuum isolated. You're comparing them to the other cohorts. It's all ratios, right? And so young players are better today than they've ever been relative to old players and old players are somewhat worse today than they've mostly ever been relative to young players. But does that mean that the young players are getting better? Usually, we assume that, that we when we talk about this conversation. We're usually looking for reasons why young players are better. Why they're coming up more. Advanced why? They're more athletic more precocious stronger. More developed have better approaches the plate better trained. I guess, and so I keep wondering, though, if this, if we all if there's also reason to think that old players are worse, if they are disadvantaged in this modern style of play, not just relative to young players. But if they are actually disadvantaged if the old players collectively worse. And so that's kinda why I'm focusing on this, this Michael, Brantley fact, because if there are no old players know older players who are able to break through, and be really good then. I don't know. I don't know what that means. But it sort of maybe suggests that there's, there's two forces at work here, one that's making young players better and one that's potentially making old players worse. So I don't know if you have any thoughts on this any hypotheses, but the styles of play the style of play that is that we see right now. Is more velocity? So maybe you would think that if you're as you get older bat speed would be one of the things that, that would differentiate you from your younger self and you might be a specially prone to higher velocity. I think the fact that the strike zone has moved up in the average pitch has moved up that you're seeing higher pitches. In addition of higher velocity, but actually higher pitches seems like that could be something that older players might find more disadvantages than they did. When they were younger the reliance on data on new sources of data new preparation. I guess, techniques might disadvantage older players who could be either more set in their ways, or to simply, like less native to this technology than younger players who were raised with the a lot more of this stuff as being commonplace for them. So that seems like maybe something the one contradiction to this is that you might think that with strikeouts, higher league-wide that your ability to the share of your value that would come from defense would be smaller, because there's just fewer balls put in play and more the balls that are in player home runs. And so if we know that the aging Koerfer defense is particularly steep in unforgiving..
"robin yount" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"State, no trickery, never wore the home location. Wasn't a Dave Winfield. Be robin. Yount see Hank Aaron or D critic Bijou one of these men never wore the name of his home city or state. Wow. Winfield yount Aaron Bijou now. And in my still going I under the old rules. Yes. We stick with those. Yes. Okay. In the interest of time. I'm going to streamline it. I could sit here, and mole, and mole and mole and talk over. But I'm gonna say it's Craig busy. Oh. Man. Yeah. I have I have it down to two Winfield yount Aaron BG. Oh. Boy, sorry. I'm dragging this out. I'd like it. Yeah. Now, he's taken them at times. I gonna take and taught I appeal for we need some parliament Ray area. And yes, some some Brexit or something. Yeah. Exactly. I'm going to say the gentleman yield is time and give it back water or Robin yount. Well, you're both wrong because it was Hank. Aaron dang it. Oh that was my second choice. Oh, yes. Hank Aaron both breathes and brewers just Braves and brewers never Milwaukee Atlanta. So. Trench warfare begins, the tragic invest gust, and we moved forward, man. Oh, that's awesome. What a great quiz top. Thanks for doing this. And thanks for adjusting on the fly. They talk about the Trident. We'll keep discover station going guys. Thanks a lot. So before every Sunday night baseball game. I talked to a lot of players and try to get some background collect some thoughts and observations from various players, and I asked Freddie, Freeman about Ronald kunia junior. And I tell you what what he said surprise me how you hitter rise since the beginning of last year. He's taken walks. That's that's the biggest thing. He wants to hit the swing is still wants to do that. I think it's gets a little upset when he walks but won t learn take his walks in the second half. He became a whole different player. Opening. They took two walks. Got a pitch the hit me. That's gonna make them in the mitroff level in my opinion. You said I remember talking to you once about that. I want to say like four years ago. I was like what turnaround you see stops pitch zone. That's the whole key telling them that. A little bit. They're not gonna give in. They're not gonna give them this in the big leagues. They're going to him being twenty one years old. They're going to see if he's going to chase. See if he gets frustrated, I still get frustrated. Believe me I do. I wanna hit two. But when you find yourself sort of swinging when you've got a real back in and if he's taking walks really on like he did day. It's leaking to see Ronald kunia income players. When did you start to see that change? After after he came back from his injury. Here's a little different player. Especially in the second half the season. Once he started taking walks really didn't know what to do anymore because they were getting he's getting into. Here's counts every single a bad. It seemed like and he started making him pay. And that's great do. Do. Day that I that forty five thousand he doesn't take the fat off his shoulders draws that wall had fallen behind to is that just kind of a sign that his. I'm sure it's I don't know what is ceiling is. You know, it's every single day does something as well. As you. To be twenty one years old, and I day to go out there and your first they'd be promise you I've been swing. I say. So. Even in spring training. He was taking you thinking a lot more pitchers in spring training. I don't know if he's trying to set hitters set up for the season. But a lot more than I was accustomed to seeing. And if he starts.
"robin yount" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Which utter player gave you the most trouble. What do you mean gave them all? I know. Hey to talk about somebody like Paul Molitor, Robin yount crazy. She did you talk about two good players. They're you know, people that could do it all got on base and steal basis. Your those are the toughest players won't people like that they make competition. They make the game real quick. Last call though. Toughest pitcher you had to face. Have you faced in your career all of them? Mm-hmm. Every one of them. Give you the most trouble. Guys. I could throw strikes throwing the ball over here. Whereabout your life. You know? Just mad back. Platoon in planning not playing against give up. Dan is. My last five years, or so, you know, Sparky's thought he would prolong my career, you know. And then I didn't we been my other guys when sparking say this guy's gonna play. I sit down and watch. So anyway. Randy johnson. The play ran the Joe. Like, I told you early. Here's an outright here. You know, that was in my, you know, when I got older and could see is good. You know, when I had those keen is. You know? Twenty one twenty two twenty three you know, and those young days team is bad. You know? Pick up everything you get older. You your vision starts to start to why your vision start to spread out. You don't see things is good. And it's it's as clear, but Randy Johnson did those strikes throwing the ball everywhere. Nah. Nah. Nah. That's the only person ever throw a no hitter against the guy. You know, we had a few other ones guess, but I've never played. I've never played on a team. I played on teams because Randy Johnson Villanova. I was never in the game. Where we got the no hit McDonnell. No. I don't think just before you. That's what I thought. Yeah. He was Ferguson Jenkins. So he's tough. Ferguson was at the end of his career cake to me. Man. I appreciate you coming on. We'll do it again next year. And hopefully by then you'll be in the. The hall of fame next year okeydokey. Well, I appreciate it. Back. Another touchdown getting ready to go. There you go touch damn now. Okay. Bye. Discord evening. All right. Discord. I'm not seeing it. Just a touchdown. He said..
"robin yount" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But it's probably team proud of what we accomplished this year and it sucked at the time, obviously. But we can improve on that. Well, congrats as a wonderful season you flirted with the triple crown two homers shy of leading in that and one RBI shy as well. So great great performance this year and nearly making it to the World Series as well. Great story Christian. Hopefully, your parents are safe. And we appreciate your joining us. Thank you. I appreciate it. That's Christian yelich, the brewers outfielder first brewer to win a batting championship. And for some reason, I thought Paul Molitor or Robin yount would have won a batting title. I don't know what kind. Well, Hank Aaron was a Milwaukee. Brave. I don't know if he ever won a batting title. But. Yeah. Paul Molitor had a bunch of big seasons. He had a three forty one at three twenty five three thirty two. But he was always like a top three top four batting average. And Robin yount number one. He wanted to MVP checking. But those are those are big numbers by. Three twenty six thirty six homers one hundred ten RBI's and four hundred on base percentage. And I was talking to mclovin about this that I do there is a place for analytics in baseball. I just think sometimes we get a little too crazy with it. But I do think because of analytics Jake Jacob degrom won the Cy Young, and rightfully so. But I don't know if the voters would have voted him in with ten wins ten years ago. I just I don't think they would have mclovin. Yeah. Maybe he's got great analytics, but baseball specially did that's the most of all sports. Right. I know we have it in basketball, but baseball visit to one to one relationship between the pitcher and the batter you can really measure what's going on now. But he heated up after the all star break hitting three sixty seven twenty five homers, and that was in sixty five games in the second half. You want to know his exit velocity his four knowing you..
"robin yount" Discussed on KTRH
"I'd be able to explain it. But I don't. Shannon, a boy or girl, can you? Find out. I don't know why we can't just decide that we're gonna we're gonna have names in you. Can't you can't go across the boundaries. Is a girl. We're going to have names that are going to be boys and names are gonna be grows. And I'm sorry for some of you that missed it. You're gonna have to live out your life. But we gotta start a plan going forward. Just like with illegal aliens picks pick and go. So like Kelly. Tracy. Shannon. Sue is not one. There was only one Kelly, Tracy, Shannon. And then all the names that are I and Y those are just going to be men Willie all of them were just they're going to be men. I don't care if you put a not Billy Willie. Tommy, Frankie all of them when it's all going to be men and asked me all there is to it. Robin. Yup. Robbins, another one we're gonna pick you gonna pick boy or girl will split it down the middle girls and get some boys get others like Kelly Kelly oughta just go ahead and be a girl's name. I'm gonna do girls on that Tracy is going to be a boy's name because of Tracy Byrd. I don't make him at Shannon's going to be a girl's name. I'm sorry. Shannon. Sharpe. Robyn, I'm gonna do that. Robin roberts. Great baseball players. All you got to you want Robin to be girl or boy, Robin Williams. Robin yount. Good point. Yeah. He was a hell of a brewer. Robin hood. Oh, yeah. He's a boy Robbins going to be a boy's name. Are there any others wrote cradles cradles person? So Robbins going to be a boy's name, and Tracy is going to be a boy's name from now on and Kelly, and Shannon or girls. Are there any other? Let's just be done with this and quit. Just quit naming people stuff that with Dana Dana a damn girl's name. Why do we keep doing this? Yes. This is official..
"robin yount" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Really good battles against Jerry the the old brew crew Harvey's wall bangers You know I'm sure from, a fan's, perspective you know sort of a fun group of. Players you look you look back and You. Know they, were sort of the one thousand, nine hundred, eighty two version of what the as. Had gone. On mustaches long hair You know sort of a a group of veteran, players that Just swung the baths Lisa Cooper Ben Ogilby Gorman Thomas You know young, Robin yount, Paul Molitor Charlie Moore Ted simmons Good teams some some some. Veteran pitchers Rollie fingers was on. That team, Pete vukovich, Mike Caldwell, you know. Some salty some salting players always fun to play those guys because there is sort of a toughest to that group sort of upper midwest toughness that the brewers played with I've. Always enjoyed, playing out, in Jerry, actually I. Think looking back I think I was pitch pretty good against Jake I mean I'd have to look but they had a number of left handed hitters in there That I. Was able to neutralize so yeah? Those, were those were fun teams back to this. Matchup tonight but United talked. A lot about when you have a. Tough, loss bouncing back and, resilience of your team it's tonight one of those. Situations isn't, it well let's hope, so that we can do it we've done in the past You know yesterday was a tough? When, it happens Jerry's you know you look across. Every single night in baseball You know there's tough losses that occur, in the ninth, inning you know we've had our share of. Some wins not many. Tough losses in the ninth but you know we'll see if we can, bounce back.
"robin yount" Discussed on First Take
"And i'm saying if he outright net which is not right now i would i would give him a one year deal at now i pay him what the top quarterbacks get deserve to get paid because he's worthy of it monetarily but i'm saying to give you a longterm investment is to trust that you'll give me a long term commitment and i don't trust ben rothlisberger in that regard only that's my issue this reminds me of what bill james wrote stephen as i'm sure you're aware and historical baseball abstract gallium one about robin yount robin yount he thought back in the day was he was deciding between golf and baseball is an excellent golfer and robin young mound up in the hall of fame of course for baseball shortstop in the center fielder and bill james rookie about robin yount that he really didn't like him at first because he thought that he was noncommittal he had a problem making the commitment and what he realized later it's not that robin yount was noncommittal it's that he had a process he was in the process of making up his mind once he made up his mind he was all in so i would say about rothlisburger we should be careful not to confuse the idea that he's still sometimes making up his mind how much she wants to play with his level of commitment once he buys in what i've seen from rothlisberger on the football field is still a great quarterback not quite as good as he once was i would say he has great weapons around in the maybe he could be doing a little bit more with them maybe rothlisberger from five years ago would have but he's still a guy you very much are happy with if you have mother center a franchise level quarterback at least and i think a guy like that has influence on your team not you can't let them dictate the terms as we just got off the topic with brady as brady is done with bob kraft with where where it seems as though that affected not only the garoppolo trade but maybe even offensive coordinator coming back but some kind of influence and let's look at how ben rothlisberger is using whatever influence he.
"robin yount" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He go over the last fifty years there's only been twenty five players nineteen or younger who have had even fifty at bats in a season so it almost never happens at this age here's a swing nfl tip strike too fifty years only twenty five guys who basically one every other year at this age gets even fifty at bats in a season sotos already done that and some of those guys on that list bryce harper ken griffey mike trout arod robin yount some of the great players in history here's a ball inside fastball definitely missed it's three and two harper had the best of all of those hitters in terms of the ps offensive sir shorthand number on base plus slugging soto swings hits one foul of all of those players over the last fifty years harper had an eight seventeen opie s one sotos is at nine eighty seven now as he plays probably not gonna remain at that level although who knows but it it just gives you an idea you're talk about some of the most talented young players in the history of the game and he is on pace to have an historically great year he swings here and it's another foul count still full three and two he was in low a ball a month ago and here he is playing every day for the nationals giants nothing that's nothing runner at first nobody out in the second play soto straight up he's not had any real strong pulled tendencies he lines this one toward left centerfield database it dance comes over and plays it on a ballots he'll throw it in toward third back to back singles for the net fills in there you have a great example of why this kid is so special to strike approach against a left handed pitcher leaves a pitch up but away and he just goes with it got that shorter swing with two strikes as a very special talent nationals who have developed some star talent these last few years between harper and strasbourg in and you might put trade turner in that category homegrown very high level players well their next guy is right in front of.
"robin yount" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A retractable roof they've they've maintained the tailgating tradition which is a huge part of wisconsin sports and i think it's summer it's summer in the midwest and you value your time outside on in summer in the midwest so you put all those things together and it makes for a great fan base and who supported the team on a really consistent basis no your dad was part of the organization for a number of years with the brewers so that gave you an opportunity to be around the ballpark old county stadium a little bit before most people would did was that where the dream was honed her was baseball always in your dna yeah i mean my dad was oppose the player he played the minor leagues he he worked for the brewers as you said and so i i grew up in a baseball family baseball was was always a big part of my life i tag along to the stadium with him and met the players and tried to soak up everything i could got got access to the clubhouse things like that so you know it it was part of me it did help me when i when i got to the big leagues that i've been part of the big league club house and kind of knew what it was like yeah and i mean i'm fortunate i got that exposed all that as as a young kid and got exposed the paul molitor and robin yount and jim gantner and some great brewer baseball team so it i've let a blessed life from that perspective and been able to do it do what i'm doing now milwaukee and i feel very fortunate let me go back just a little bit to the the decision to head to notre dame and notre dame's head good baseball programs through the years.
"robin yount" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Like i said expansion and relocation there are procedures it takes time this was magic and i think one of the greatest contributions to our community from but see like was was obtaining this baseball team in the way that he did and and the whole was bud see like i i wanna say this this is we'll go down in in his history as one of his greatest accomplishments but i must say that is his curd accomplishment than that is teaching at the university of wisconsin marquette law school in the university of arizona may dog down as one of his greatest contributions to the tremendous knowledge this man curious about baseball and how it functions sitting in during at least one mr leagues sports law lectures and he's at his best when he puts his notes down and starts walking among the students with his hands in his pocket and starts talking about well let me tell you the story about how hank aaron mentored robin yount young robin yount and he's at his best when he does that he's at his best so real i i had a show called sports vincent i interviewed him on the sports biz i asked him one question laid one question and forty five minutes later the show was even though this was unprecedented there was timing involved timing was everything with which you know in which the pilots moved in milwaukee so quickly but had mr seelig not had his ducks in a row even though he didn't know what was he didn't really have at the time he wasn't fully aware how close seattle really wanted to move but.
"robin yount" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Yeah hukou how come you just couldn't compare them they're like robin yana some yet to compare them each because he was an import didn't play in our minor league robin yount didn't come from japan looking back into baseball cards maybe now again keys keys baseball card had the bad gum stuck on the back of it so it didn't almost good choose oh those pink pigs dick the first five choose you was straight and then that's at that it was it was pretty that was so paper the paper it was yellow blue pink or reddish pink and it had the little characters on it right like remember rash all the time five shoes i still got a bunch of baseball cards ooh was horrid you remember that it's a good question choose did you get out of the baseball hard fi because your your shocking lock in was white like powder sooner but he wasn't sugar no sugar probably we shook some sort of right near right that got that just got crusted onto the thing basically choose your does hurt is he doing drew del beckham dear is dodging knives and a new training regimen oh yeah i have that story yes yeah we don't want you doing that brcko guys real pickle check i at the hotline he wants to know where you can get that gun with the white powder oh no i'm liberal do y'all aaron donald is like he's like a ninja man dodging.
"robin yount" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I am just always amazed at the immediate response to stuff but i mean again i i do i mean i understand why you wanna you wanna keep up with your friends or whatever and there's a lot of clutter that's on there there's a lot of clutter but at the same time i mean i i understand you want to check in oh this is this is my friend so and so that's their kids you know and they're they live in michigan look they posted this thing so i mean i get i get what the appeal is and i also while i have a lot of addictions that isn't gonna be one of them but i also understand the addictive nature of it my guess is that you know the more time you spend the more time you want to spend on this more of a footprint you leave behind for others to enjoy which is why we love eric bill stead here because that comment leads into big story number three face facebook crisis now you might i'm going to try to simplify this and again i i understand that maybe there's some techies out there don't don't email me and say oh you're you're oversimplifying here's here is essentially what the crisis facing facebook is right now and facebook has has lost a ton of loser a users over the last couple of days and the price of the stock has dropped dramatically it's one of the reasons why the stock market was way off the first two on on monday and and actually on on last friday as well let me make this really simple if you go onto facebook you can go onto somebody's facebook page and you can indicate that you you like it so let's say that oh i don't know let's say robin yount we got the baseball season coming up robin yount has a facebook pages is all theoretical i don't know if robin does that or not but you know you go onto robin yount facebook page and you know you you hit that that thumbs up button on the robin yount page saying hey i i i.
"robin yount" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"All right so that they can tell you know what concert you might be interested in going to what sports you follow and they believe they can carry this far enough so that they might even be able to know for example your political preferences this thing not passing judgment on whether or not that's accurate enough but the researchers believe you know if we have enough likes that people have we can again create a profile on this so what happened is you've got this information that is out there so there's a couple academics who go to facebook and say hey we want to study this and we want access to this data now in some cases you know people may have given permission for their data to be used but in many cases they haven't you know you haven't given permission to an outside source to know that you know you like toby keith and you're like robin yount that that's information that you understand you're saying that you like it for the purposes of robin yount and robin yount facebook page might change it but you didn't necessarily know that that's going to be shocked around well what happened is there's one of these researchers out there who goes to facebook and says hey i want access to this information we're going to do these studies i want access to all this information i wanna know everybody who clicked on i wanna know who was the clicked on the robin yount page and who it was the clicked on the aaron rodgers patient who it was that clicked on the toby keith page and facebook let's this researcher have access to all this information i mean an incredible amount of information and so what the researchers then do is they take this and they start to build profiles of people based on all all their lakes and then they sell this information to third parties and again that's where the the belief is that people could be targeted for their political views hey okay the trump campaign knows here we've now got grew who likes toby keith he likes robin yount he likes the nra he likes aaron rodgers hey we think this guy is most likely to be a trump voter so what we're gonna do is going to reach out and try to contact you know that.
"robin yount" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Understand that maybe there's some techies out there don't don't email me and say oh you're just you're oversimplifying here's here is essentially what the crisis facing facebook is right now and facebook has has lost a ton of loser a users over the last couple of days and the price of the stock has dropped dramatically it's one of the reasons why the stock market was way off the first two on monday and and actually on last friday as well let me make this really simple if you go onto facebook you can go onto somebody's facebook page and you can indicate that you you like it so let's say that oh i don't know let's say robin yount got the baseball season coming up robin yount has a facebook page this is all theoretical robin does that or not but you know you go onto robin yount facebook page and you know you you hit that that thumbs up button on the robin yount page saying hey i i i like what's what's here and you know maybe you maybe you did it because you wanted to see you know the post robin yount was gonna make in your news feed maybe it did it because you know you just you're like this this is great now when a lot of people do that and maybe you realize that marketers can then target advertisements to you based on your interest in robin yount at that's kinda though that's sort of the way this works but that's the exchange there are a couple research places that have developed these modeling studies it's actually researchers at sand stanford university and the psychometric center at the university of cambridge what they believe is by looking at your likes the different things that you like you like robin yount you like you've liked the aaron rodgers facebook page you've liked the toby keith facebook page they believe that by looking at the number and the different things that you like on facebook they can develop a personality profile of you.
"robin yount" Discussed on WMCA AM 570 The Mission
"The mclouth of eighteen lead a remote i think it then the top took it all in the lead into imply that rumba jump that has left the weight of mitch moreland rob watch have it i think it then in london the remark thank run much opposite only month of that left him hate that rob like young yeah robin yount didn't look kill you thank you have for ave item in sort of work out a way to do it out here they grew up in little the controversial okay at and just short cut what the controversial thought of that rob is often we're it that they racked was ballot uses for example if you put a campbell outside and there's no wind blowing humidity later the win column so the rumor on top of his knowledge will take that pulled atlanta i do something that absolutely certain because come on pecking of thought we did go layout there are many opinion within and is not a robot that is happen issue that beyond that that not interview hearing issue is a lot like this and we try to have looked like the rest the move work out that way fluidly okay but here i think the way you come right the correct so the sound so one of the ottawa the potential line from the hook shot two youth okay what are the potential issues of modern refrigerator.