10 Burst results for "Ronald Torreyes"
Harper Homers, Phillies Beat Nats 7-4 for 4th Straight Win
"Bryce Harper hit a first inning Homer in the Phillies are in their fourth straight win by outscoring the nationals seven a four Harper went two for five minutes hitting four oh four with seven home runs and twelve RBIs in sixteen games against his former team this season Brad Miller also went deep and Ronald Torreyes added a bases loaded triple for Philadelphia which improved to seventy one at nationals park this season Zack Wheeler pitched six innings for Philadelphia yielding four runs while striking out four Jose Alvarado escaped a two on none out jam in the ninth for his fifth save I'm Dave Ferrie
Phillies Lose No-Hit Bid, Capitalize on Reds Blunders, 6-1
"The Phillies no hit the red for seven innings of the six to one victory Matt Moore threw six scoreless innings but was pulled after seventy six pitches we're at the division coming in today I'm a I'm a I'm a Philly before anything else right it's this is about the win today and so there wasn't much on my mind when I knew it we had arrested bullpen in a one run lead that you know that we're gonna be in good hands Hector Neris worked a perfect seventh to keep the no hitter intact but Archie Bradley served up Tyler Stephenson Homer leading off the eighth Andrew McCutchen Ronald Torreyes homered for the Phillies Bryce Harper added an RBI triple and scored on the play after shortstop cal former casually flipped the ball to first base I'm Dave Ferrie
Harper's Home Run Helps Phillies to 5-4 Win Over Nationals
"The Phillies have picked up three games on the mat said Sunday after Bryce Harper hit a solo shot against his former team giving Philadelphia a five two lead in the eighth inning of a five four win at Washington Jean Segura J. T. Realmuto and Ronald Torreyes also homered to back Zack Wheeler who is able to pitch into the eighth inning real moto interesse went deep in the eighth to make it for nothing the Phils bullpen shut the door after Wheeler gave up a two run Homer to Josh bell on the eighth making it five four the Phillies naturale NL east leading that's by one and a half games I'm Dave Ferrie
Five Homers Help Braves Power Past Phillies, 15-3
"The Braves clobbered the Phillies fifteen three on homers by Freddie Freeman Abraham amante Ozzie Albies Austin Riley in Jack Peterson el Monte had three hits with three RBIs as Atlanta moved back into a second place tie with the fills in the NL east Freeman says it was a good time for his team to break out the offense good to give us a chance on the series and at the start of the structure of the year so this is it this is been going into nola tomorrow so hopefully we got some confidence going into knowing he's you know he's on the structures of the game so we got our hands full all these in Peterson each had three run homers the latter coming up infielder Ronald Torreyes Josh Tomlin picked up the win in relief of John smiley who left the game after four innings due to a sore left knee I'm Dave Ferrie
Torreyes Homers, Philly Bullpen Shines in 5-4 Win Over Red Sox
"The Phillies center the all star break on a high note after getting back to five hundred with the five four win over the red Sox Ronald Torreyes had a pivotal three run Homer in the fourth inning and reliever Christopher Sanchez tossed three innings of one run ball after Phillies manager Joe Girardi lost scheduled starter Aaron nola to the cold with list we had a plan today I mean it wasn't like it was sprung on us at nine o'clock this morning we pretty much knew yesterday you know after the game that this was the likely scenario so you gotta deal with it Sander Bogart said a solo home run for Boston and starter Nick Pivetta gave up five runs over four innings against his former team Gessen Coolbaugh Boston
Segura's 2nd Straight Walkoff Lifts Phils Over Yankees 8-7
"Jean Segura provided a walkoff hit for the second straight game to push the Phillies past the Yankees eight seven so gross scored Ronald Torreyes with an infield single in the tenth inning it came after DJ lemay who launched a tying three run Homer in the night for the Yankees Bryce Harper doubled had two singles and drove in two for the Phils who have won five of six the last three wins have been in walk off fashion Gary Sanchez a roommate or gore homered for the Yankees losers in six of their last eight games Aroldis Chapman has been a loser in the Yankees last two contests on the ferry
Meadows Has 3 RBIs, Surging Rays Beat Phillies 5-3
"Austin meadows third RBI of the afternoon was a tiebreaking infield single during the race to run eighth giving them a five three win over the Phillies meadows also hit a two run Homer in the first inning and now has twenty six RBIs in his last twenty three games the rays rallied after Philly starter Zack Wheeler allowed three runs on just four hits while striking out a career high fourteen over seven innings Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn left the game with a left Achilles injury after stumbling while rounding third on a two run double by Ronald Torreyes the two teams combined for thirty one strikeouts sixteen by Tampa Bay batters I'm Dave Ferrie
"ronald torreyes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Purchase was on and is we'll see he homers and the Yankees now trail seven five body Ronnie Bonnie run yeah I was I don't love that cool I think you were lost on that one yeah there is so many others that the toll part of it would have been on there so many options and what do you say at the end of the set something else to to radius is terrific I think yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah the Yankee fans like Ronald Torreyes as I said he was always always effective when he played he always got the job done we got the perfect combination now like you end up figuring out the guy but you can't remember the name of that I remember the name we're like a perfect team there you go Stockton to Malone right now I'm set your problem thank you all right right now I'm trying to break the assist record is perfect who's next if the toll okay so this four time all star three time all star prior to coming to the Yankees so much of that she is the worst it involved in a pretty decently surprising trade to the Yankees we came to the team infielder four time all star surprising trade the Yankees when it came to I think so yeah run he's already exists now not only if he's now he's been on he's even ten years he's been on four different teams and he's been he's noted but not for above another does it yeah all aboard the other teams in the eighties that he's no do you think of him as being correct and I think this player although he's played ten years in with you know the numbers aren't there yet I still think he has the opportunity to hit three thousand three thousand hits three thousand head I know he's still he's still young home still I wanna put ten years lease is thirty years old okay these are Yankees now now I got the guy good Starlin Castro that that is correct all the beautiful David spare it is he's tied the game at two.
"ronald torreyes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The phone to get a board eight seven seven three thirty seven sixty six sixty six and in honor of my freedom and suggestion we are kicking it off involving not even the unsung heroes I'm talking about the backup so I'm talking about a guy who's not Stourton and now is at a place near and dear to the heart for all these years being a sports fan what we saw on that more is how I'm getting the ball rolling very very curious to see what you guys take this let's let off we had two four Rockaway chasing going to get us colonies on the fat what's happening J. sin Ronald Herrera I love it chasing listen very good example now listen he's not going to have the same place for me in my heart as Yankee fan because I think we sell and I think of a champion to race did not have that final page two week championship with this twenty seventeen Yankees put you all right twenty seventeen he was terrific when he played in spot duty you put him at shortstop you did a good job you put him at third or second he did a good job always put the bat on the ball and you know the whole tone I'd show DO you know the Yankees having some fun in the dog out great great example Jason I'm within a thousand percent yes I'm a younger fans on a really I'm not with a time release but it's best I got no worse for me Jason I totally get it and you know in many ways I was sad to see to raise leave the New York because Bennett said good role on the team and he was such a productive player the only thing is you get to a point where you know you signed the jail may you and you have at the time the the Gregorius and you have Miguel Andujar and you see this emergence from G. R. Shaw and now you adjacent to Yankee infield even with a loss to DD yes they are there and it's a do Hornets are shallow and it's on Gleyber in its lemay you and those guys you're going to want to see in the line up day after day so I guarantee Jason Ronald Torreyes going to Philadelphia and reuniting with his former manager Joe Girardi in the National League with the res no DH with us a lot more of a chance to get a backup player in a bench player Barney involvement in the game I bet you to race as a productive year in Philly all right thank you thank you JJ job well done appreciate the call my friend appreciate the call going to start off the tonight show Ronald Torreyes good name to bring up but at the Livingston New Jersey J. as in Jake up excuse me not chase and Jake up without a bra Florida yeah I was gonna take up I'm doing alright man was admitted not much for me the best moment you know the two thousand ten sixteen you know they made a few playoff run then it went much but the one moment that stands out above the rest is in twenty twelve Jeremy Lin the three weeks leading journalists a perfect example to your question three weeks were still memorable to this day when he was I want I want this Kobe and and getting the game winning shot against the raptors you know those those moments of turbulence still still stick in my head the legend of whose incredible run by lane and listen he was beyond a bench player I mean he was a guy who was basically a delay I mean he was just trying to get a gig he was trying to get a job and made the most of it and for three weeks was the talk of the NBA but I think a player on that Nick team who stuck around for a couple more years who actually fits the description that much more would be Steve Novak who was wanted Jeremy lane's one inmates hit the outside shot in doing the belt to giving you the discount double check Steve Novak is like this assassin from beyond the arc for me in in many ways you know he was the guy who kind of fit the role playing like fifteen to twenty minutes a night laying when from that and then all of a sudden turn himself into a store in the week yes I urge you to I remember going to motels during the three weeks of violent migrants European and her name is the last ten years those three weeks the most products out to be an exam well it's fun I can tell you Jennifer sure was fun now listen two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen was a little more entertaining for me because you see the next goal in fifty four games actually see them going to win a playoff series but the way the whole insanity revolution broke down coming out of no where the Colby game which I was at I vividly remember it was like right at the start of lent sandy watching planets like wall holy smokes who is this guy and won the world to see the one on the basketball court and then that kind of trickled into the game in Toronto and some of the other games he had where he was just you know taking the league by storm every which way Jacob cell the Knicks and their fans in many ways wondered what could have been with Jeremy Lin but I think we kind of got a sense you know it was very much a flash in the pan it was a three or four week run and really that's what it was going to be even before then that Laker game in Kobe Kobe was telling how he didn't even and I remember this correctly you don't remember who are you he said he didn't even have a germline was earned you have not now following the link and eastern could be who they gave her a documentary about the one with the story and there's no better example of someone who defied all odds of being in the first with the first died G. league players to make a name for himself in the in the area really paved way for now your backed up files to say you know to compare themselves the genuine legit a mark my words and I appreciate the call as always we will probably see in one of these like where are they now type deals basically than Sports Illustrated these to do like where are they now like ten twenty thirty years after the fact we're gonna be like stepping back in ten years the like where the world is Jeremy one was it I'm sure he made himself a good amount of money I'm sure he capitalized on his name on hold to capitalize on his name it was kind of one of those one hit wonder type deals like if we were to talk about one hit wonders in New York and by the way thing being being that might be a future topic may have to jot that down it's amazing what you think of off the top of your head but that's something maybe we'll do it some point next week the following week I mean insanity and what it brought to the city in the craziness was off the charts but said to call pay cabin is up next the joins us on offense get mobile I don't Jon Katelyn seconded Bob Lowe pressione the thirty five year old Argentinian rookie the oldest rookie in NBA history he's like a soccer player with his assist never looks for a shot in game six against the Celtics hit three clutch three help invest in X. the second round for the first time in thirteen years that that's my take right there I love that name have an excellent excellent example and I loved me some Pablo Prigioni on that New York Knickerbocker team because when Pablo Prigioni came in a game you knew the basketball was going to move you knew that he was going to find the open man and it would set up a Carmelo would set up a J. R. Smith they would set up some easy looks for Tyson Chandler down Wall Pridgen Yanni was the perfect guy to play you know fifteen to twenty minutes and I finished she was really a very under the radar under appreciated neck on those teams like over three or four year span I like Pablo Prigioni scam it's not that ridiculous live now the I'll you J. R. Smith from like those those crazy yeah that entire year I mean listen you had the entire bench for the Knicks balling out from Prigioni again good minutes Steve Novak in good minutes chasing Kate Gableman credible minutes and then you had Rasheed Wallace on that team and before Rasheed Wallace went down with the injury I mean he was playing great for the next cell that was the year in which and it's so amazing looking back on that team seeing what happened over the given year and seeing where the franchise is basically been ever since completely right in the tank well for one year the Knicks were almost ahead of the curve they were a team shooting a bunch of threes space enough for playing this like new age modern style of basketball that was in many ways ahead of its time if only that style basketball will continue in the years to come who knows maybe the next well actually have you know beyond that one playoff year you know going all the way back to twenty thirteen Kurt Thomas and markets can be come back that year too they sure did it now is in Kurt Thomas at that point was completely shot Marcus Camby at that point was completely shot Wallace actually gave him good minutes you are hoping that you're going to get decent minutes out of candy didn't happen Thomas it didn't happen and you know actually gave the Knicks a really good sport at the end of that year they brought in Kenyon Martin and Kenya Moore added well for that team over like the final twenty or so games played really well we have the lab decent chicken like an old school New Jersey nets slob you sure did it's crazy to think about chasing kids and Kenyon Martin or part of the twenty twelve twenty thirteen the ACT acts that is I'd Burnett said that must have been really weird you know that's like something really really tough to stomach Jennifer garner Kevin appreciate the call very very good reference Prodi for that Pablo Prigioni that's exactly where I'm looking for here guys that's exactly what I'm doing for a job well done let's say to break New Jersey Joe up next the joins us on a fat was having a job how you doing JJ I got two for you the first one in nineteen sixty nine our chance once the me before my time obviously gel what a name that obviously meant a whole lot to nineteen sixty nine Mets streets exactly the sort of bill I'm looking for not a starter but a guy who.
"ronald torreyes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Be a juggernaut yeah in in in an optimum situation where everyone is healthy everyone's on the field and Aaron Boone's biggest concern is who will I play and B. H. and one position to them the hard play today as compared to a man who played a very bad ceremonies biggest concern about you know getting everybody in the lineup and wear light play everyone then yeah this could be you know a hundred and fifteen hundred twenty win team but like I said we've seen the injury bug bite this team Brian Jackman done a tremendous job with death you have guys like Chad Bettis in camp a veteran who who days in the National League with with Colorado you you've got guys that can fill in in a pension at any position the end user for five deep when you think about it with a mixture of veterans and youngsters practically in every position on the field so I agree with you know it would miss train is running on all cylinders this could be something very very special I'm just going to be you know being a cautious at the beginning here Severino we don't know what her mind some of his suspensions already been served so it won't be a half season for her mon it'll be sometime in early June if I'm not mistaken when I did the math of of games that are left on his suspension so I agree with you going from July August September in the post season baseball then this this team could really be something special and the blessing the silver lining in the injuries if there is such a thing is that Pakistan and maybe Severino and maybe Herrmann by the end of the season won't be up in the two hundred innings thing they'll be in the hundred and fifty years where they could be peaking instead of in October all man my arms about to fall off and thrown so many innings so you may actually be kind of look a bless seen in the skies yeah those arms won't be as taxed as as maybe we would have been if they would have started from the very beginning and especially with a guy like her mom who is not a big physical specimen kind of guy you know he's very lean stay in you don't want to put the you know too much too much pressure on that right arm of his that was not a worry last year what kind of her mom what we gonna see impulse even though I'm sure that was all negated by the unfortunate circumstances but I agree with you starting a guy the that late into the season you know they could be hitting their peak when they need it most in September and October okay well a couple of areas where they're not all stars again she oak they think can hit but he hasn't really shown you much yet pretty good defensive catcher but as a a backup you know they could possibly do better but you know I mean he's they've got Chris Iannetta in camp enteric cracks the end X. met great Josh Tolley but Chris Iannetta is intriguing to me I had a very very very good receiver and and call or a ball game very much like Austin role model my soul yesterday in Lakeland really but I did it as a guide it's got years it'd be under his belt the pitchers love to throw to Eric grass to that other guy that a couple years ago when the brewers got into the post season crash was their or their number one catcher and surprisingly you know hit the baseball pretty beat up pretty well and the tremendous farm another veteran that that features a comfortable with that knows how to call a game so even they're they're not big names but Chris Iannetta Eric grabs a couple of veterans that that are used to being the number two guy well I and it has been a starter a lot throughout his career but at this stage I I think would settle in nicely if it were him so if he if he got younger were split but any point they do have some veterans that are ready to take old backup shortstop okay there's a question if you want one we owe it a guard or waiters your Swiss army knife in the infield and and don't sleep on Tyrone strada route you know Richard with that kid last year came up in a page and even had to play the outfield one day in San Francisco against the giants he he's a baseball player is Tyrone Estrada you can play him anywhere he's almost a carbon copy of another Yankee Yankee who I'm going to see today I'm on my way to watch the Phillies and pirates because I want to talk to Joe Girardi again but he is trying to remind me of Ronald Torreyes the rays could play anywhere and would defend himself with the glove at third base shortstop second base and even in the outfield so they don't have a quote on quote you know ed Brinkman mark Belanger type of backup shortstop but either one of those guys Wade but especially I I I really do like tyro strata with the glove anywhere you put him on the field okay so my my other hundred and ten argument is the competition now the red Sox to me clearly well McKee that's me they taken any even price take a step back without Cora hello good manager now of course he did have some artificial intelligence help here but you know it's pretty good manager and you look at the Astros in their situation they they don't have Gerrit Cole and you know psychologically I don't know how they respond to what's going on whether it's a plus or minus but I I'm I'm thinking that's a minus in terms of what what how it affects their play you know the competition may not be as good this year I'm in agreement there everything I heard yesterday from the first Astros game down in west Palm Beach first the the astro gonna vision was stealing signs yesterday they were taking the side the way they operate we're still feeling fine it was placards being brought into the ballpark you don't want fine brand bringing these they'll the signed into the stadium but they didn't play any of the regulars and knowing the personalities some athletes thrive off being the villain the only Oakland Raiders did not choose acts of the world guys like that the maybe the Oakland A.'s love years ago the salamander the majority of the world's leading fluoride dolls being the villain knowing some of the personalities you know in that Astros dugout wholesale to a is not a guy that's going to thrive off being the villain yours Carlos Correa these these are very I I may not get it they cheated they did what they did to whatever extent you know the mother who knows but I don't think knowing these guys personally like I do a little bit that they are of the kind of character that will thrive off being the villain I don't know how they can turn the the bones and the insults into motivation for playing better I I think they're they're wired differently they they feed off positive energy and this year they're going to be confronted with nothing but negative energy especially on the road and who knows what kind of reaction to going to get it home but these are not guys at least from what I know of you guys to be able to do feed off being the villain so I will I would agree that the Astros a dusty Baker is going to have to do an incredible managing job not exude their nose but psychologically getting his players in a state of mind each and every day especially when they're away from Houston getting getting them off of what's happening in the stands and having them concentrate on being the best baseball team they could possibly be that almost one of the World Series last year that's going to be a challenge for Baker so I agree with you that both Boston and Boston gonna play without any pressure I I think there are so little expectations on the red so Aug then sometimes when a team goes into the season and nobody believes in them they play loose they played it all without any pressure I would think maybe that Boston might be more of a positive surprise then Houston being able to bounce off the negative energy okay well we've been talking about it for weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks and I'm tired of it I'm I'm I'm I'm I want to move his crest as that may sound a lot of people your take on what they should do I mean I'm thinking vacate the title two thousand seventeen the next CBA put out very stringent rules about what you can't do and what the punishments are would you go further than that what what are your thoughts in terms of where where we go with this well first of all I'm sorry I'm waiting with bated breath for the red Sox report and beat it's beyond me why this thing is taking so long to get every week they say well we'll have the report the red Sox report out by the end of the week and it continues to get delayed and delayed and now we're hearing it to twenty eight so would be next Friday you know the conspiracy theorist in me says well they're gonna release that's when the NFL combine starts so I can get buried in the news cycle but I I I want to see what the commissioner does with the red Sox because if if he's too easy on Boston it's going to create another firestorm if he's too heavy handed on Boston people are gonna say well the red Sox and are being punished may be because the Astros didn't get punished enough I think it's a it's a no win situation for Manafort I think I've done an incredibly bad job of handling this whole thing from the beginning now the big guy Richard that and and I'm gonna talk to him again today who has really been the most interesting to me this offseason discussing this topic you've been Joe Girardi if there's one guy that was directly affected in my opinion anyway why what went down in two thousand and seventeen inch Girardi one of the Yankees beat the Astros and I get it they didn't hit all right I understand but in the in the minds of the perception of people at the Astros cheated their way to a World Series championship the Dodgers are outraged there guys have spoken up Yankee players have been outraged baseball get up at about three or four different occasions that I am as Joe Girardi directly Joe you maybe don't get fired from the Yankee manager position if the Astros don't cheat their way through that seventeen series how do you feel about it and to have him really take the high road on this is a no no no no I'm not looking back I'm looking forward and I know that my players could be heard what the other players is that he has told me directly retain the players have every right to feel the way they feel their outrage more power to them Girardi has continued to take the high road and say I'm not looking back I'm looking forward being blessed I'm blessed and I've got a new job as manager of the Philadelphia Phillies so there's a lot of different ways to to look at this whole thing from guys that are really really angry so one of the guys that was most affected by this and Girardi who's really taken the high road it's really interesting study of human nature well I think cassman soon has emphasized Hey look if you want to wallow in two thousand seventeen play victim that's not a winning attitude I mean he is kind of emphasize Hey guys twenty twenty is your year man your site this is your year to prove that you're world champions don't go back and say oh oh come on we should have won back then no when it now so I think he's emphasizing the positive as opposed to the victimhood yeah yeah same with Girardi and Cashman I really think that the healthiest approach to approach to its old they a do I believe personally with the Astros stopped after two thousand seventeen absolutely not and when I hear people say that Carlos qureia would be the most open almost honest about.