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"ruppert" Discussed on A New Direction
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"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"Oh, all right. Rupe true. Confessions are over tell our listeners how they find you and how they get in touch with you. If they if the publisher if it's somebody who just wants to say, hi, is there a place? They can go to to Kate with you. They can go. They can communicate on Twitter. They can communicate with to me on linked in those are two sources that I to social media's that I do Twitter and I do link danso anybody wants to get in contact with me and have a conversation asking a question that's where they can go last question. Rupe? Anyone you see changing the game today and whatever field sports or, or any endeavor doesn't have to be football baseball, or even sports who is making a difference in the world that has earned your respect? Lebron James is number one and the Brown James played basketball for fourteen fifteen years. You never heard any controversy about him. He sent people to school in Afghanistan center with thousand people to college, and that's s phenomenal thing in it self. He's a good family man. I love my trout might try to on baseball player. I would probably pay the play baseball. He plays the game hard he runs hard. He plays. He plays the game like it's supposed to be played. You mentioned baseball. I'm coming to San Diego and a couple of weeks can I interest, you in Betty and coming out to Petco park with me to catch the Padres? Yes, sir. I'd be there. There's one of the Garfield and that's Tom Brady Tom Brady. His forty one forty two four three years old. He's still winning Super Bowls in a close game. I would tell people I take Tom Brady over anybody. And he's is a winner. We all like winners. America was born on greatness, we went Bono. Mediocrity. We have bone on greatness, and if you don't like to watch great people perform what they do matter. What it is a musician actor. So we are. And when we take that away we become mediocre. That's why president says, make America great again. We got we got great individuals. Mohammed Ali, you know send door. We got people or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar should say, we get great athletes. Great people rate musicians. Great businessman. This country was bone on greatness mitt. You know, everybody's accept mediocrity now. And it's not his greatness. We've been talking to a man today who knows something about greatness, he never accepted mediocrity. He was dealt a bad hand injury after injury after injury. But Rupert Jones fought through them all friends, whether you know, him or not as a player, this is one great man. And most of all, he's been a great friend of mine for many years, Roper Jones. Thank you so much for joining us, my friend from your home in San Diego. It has been -joyed. Thank you very much feel..
"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"Hey group wasn't Comiskey's dimension in center field for forty four. It was three three fifty down the lines. It was three eighty five three ninety five and again if the biggest ball with the biggest ball poke in the world. In major league. Baseball niece. Yeah. Man, I remember Comiskey park is being just absolute people thought the astrodome what's have to hit in. I thought Comiskey was absolutely impossible to hit in. I don't think so. Feel I used to hit good and Comiskey. Wow. How'd you do on the astrodome? Let's not talk about the Esther. You know the first game I ever went there to see Roope. I walked in that place. And I said, this is the biggest Maza Liam I've ever seen. It felt it felt awful to me, walk into that place. I didn't like the sound the smell or the look as we don't talk about it feel. That's why we're not gonna talk about it to this day. I don't know why they don't care that sucker down. I think the only person I can think of Rupe that light, the astrodome from hitting perspective was the old giant will Clark will Clark in his first major league at bat hit a home run in the astrodome off Nolan Ryan, what do you think of that? Well, he the one guy can spot supply power. So you hit out at ballpark, the dungeon, man. But you know what? There was one ballpark worse than astrodome. Feel one ball worth Nasser dome to this day. I always tell people when they comply. About the conditions. I said, man, I played in chemistry. And which ones that I said, man, you gotta play in counseling. Bark understand baseball. Ballpoint. The wind blew. They had to put grab on infield because if they put dirty with flower low the place it was always cold. We being there in July and people being stands with Parker zone and blankets company, legs, you talking candlestick. Right. Yes. Candidate park. I hate that please. Yes. Oh, Diane, I did play by play there in nineteen Eighty-four in into your point. I sat in that press box in the broadcast booth with Hank Greenwald in July. Exactly what you're saying. Rupe in July with the ski Jack at the collar pulled up a stocking cap on calling a baseball game. And you remember you remember standing in the batter's box looking out in left field and see on that fog coming down over the top of the stadium into left feel that was a scary scary, look to me on any night was a bad ballpark, Bill O S ever the bad ballpoint field. I'm serious, man. The wheel. Moso hard to pitcher with hat with blowing centerfield. Yeah. Yeah. Wasn't that wasn't that where? Oh, shoot Miller. Stan Stu Millard it didn't. He get blown off the mound there in an all star game or something like that. I don't know. It'd be may or may not hate group. I wanna ask you about mental topped us before we take a break, what does mental toughness main to you? Mental toughness is some bible, man. You know, people look at life and they always going to be easy. They look at athletes. Oh man. He's assessment he and he's great man. I've been life is easy for him. He has mental toughness because it takes it takes toughness to be successful. Because there are good days. Bad days. The, the, the gas who are good. They have more good days and bad days, but they have bad days, they can they can wear on you. So the I think no toughness is just being able to answer the bail and being able to do your best each and every day. It might not be your best on one particular day. But it is your best for that day. I remember somebody once told me that you want, you wanna find out how guys mental toughness is talked to him, after he's gone over thirty mired in a slump that he can't get out of that's when mental toughness kicks in. You're listening to Rupert Jones on this edition of changing the game. I'm Phil stone, and we'll be right back with rapid fire questions for Rupe? Don't move a muscle unless you're working out right now. Any case come on back as we're going to keep on moving..
"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"I, I wrote a book, feel, I wrote a book about my life and my career in split a lot of things that happened to me that we talked about, you know, how I had to keep getting up met in order to live another day. So I wrote this book and I'm real proud of it. I'm looking to get get somebody, I've been working to get somebody help me. Write it edited and get it published. And that's my next. That's my next project to find someone to help me write it. Get it published. Have it out for people by? So what did you write the book for you? Rupe? Or did you write it for fans? You know, when I start writing the book, I was just I was writing. I want to give another side of the story, you know, I've always thought that no matter how you slice it feel there's two sides. Slice, you want to, but it's still too sides. So I want to get another side which was mine. And I haven't talked I haven't said anything and over thirty years. So of course I went to a lot of bad times. But I start writing a book and I say, I might help somebody after Lou while I realise hip myself because I was getting real things that was inside of me that needs to come out, and it made me feel real good. And I know that when people read this book is gonna make them feel good to it's gonna make them think. I get tipped the scale little bit. Give us give us a appoint or to that a what some of the things that you wrote that helped you what, what, what did you need to put down on paper? I forgot how good a ballplayer was because I had up and down to injuries. And I really forgot how good I was and I was in. I was in Texas at the airport. This is two thousand twelve and I had been telling my wife about Nolan Ryan's known around was greatest competitor and wanted to tough his pitches. I've been faced in my life. And I said, you know, it was it was it was it was a different experience base in him. So we have to report in Austin in known Iran's airport, because I said, baby baby, they go, they're going on Iran. So I go to Nolan known around repercussions and he looked at me. Like you know who I was. So I got my wife did. I'm kinda embarrassed. You put Betty on them. Oh man. So we went to security, and he came up to me. You'll hit a home. Run off me, Mike. Thirty years ago. He said, I'm still mad about it. Oh my goodness. It's still remember thirty years ago. I said, Jimmy Christmas, I said, don't worry about Nolan said, oh, the first hit, I have you in two years. In another story. Herro bane, the great hero, Baynes, Baynes, Chicago, White Sox, or saw the man's got me to ballpoint one day throw the first pitch out. So I'm down the field talking to Chris Chambliss, who was the hitting coach de particular time. So Chris, and I was talking in Harold Baines came up to us. He's a hey, Chris, he hit a ball out of Comiskey in. Chris looked at me. And what is a he hit a ball out of Comiskey? That's when echo. Big ball, talk in the world. Oh my goodness. And I hit the ball, we have the story was I faced Tom Seaver, the first time I face Tom Seaver hit a double off the left, centerfield, wall, and basically, loaded..
"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"You gave me up tune to play and I really appreciate it. So I went home and I was home for two weeks mil mil. April. And my agent calls me up and says the Detroit Tigers won't you? I said, what I said many fifteen, and they don't need me. He said the Detroit Tigers once you. So it wants you triple and today's. So I had to pack up again and go AAA. Well, I took you know they didn't put me right away. I took a week to get conditioning again, and then put me in the lineup I had a contract and says, if I'm not in the big league by June. I, I could ask for my release. Played in Evansville. And I was again, playing real. Well, I wanna top players league RBI's. I was hitting pretty good hitting three hundred and the Tigers came to me a day or two before, June first and they said, we know that you got a June first deadline to be in the big leagues. He they said, high of it where you stay a couple of extra will you give us a couple of days extra? So we can get a roster move for you and my agency. Well, lot of people won't you right now as a year, but they didn't give me a chance. I said Detroit gave me a chance. I said, I wait. So I waited and then they got the big leagues June fifth. Of that year. And I had I had I had to fortunately with some warriors, some great ballplayers. I mean great ballplayers probably the best ball players on one team at at at that particular time in their careers. Lou Whitaker, Allen tramway Kirk Gibson, Chet lemon lands. Peres Jack Morris, Willie Hernandez was an MVP Cy Young winner. That year Dan Petri. I mean I play with some warriors. We had about six guys hit double figures. Home runs on T an extra man's would just extra man was fantastic. And sparking knew how to manage. Sparky ever know how to manage captain hook. I remember they called him in Cincinnati. What was it like playing for sparky Rubai? I always regarded sparky as one of the finest men forget baseball, just one of the finest men I had ever met. He is wanting to find his men that you'll ever meet. Okay. He was a man who was he had his ways. Now he'll tell you the minute boys, my way or the highway. Yep. But, you know, he was it was it was a great man. Sparky didn't manage the game on hunches, sparky marriage the game the same way all the time you can always think when when when he's gonna use you. So if you extra man, you knew certain situation, you, you need to be ready because spark is gonna put you in the game. You know, it we're going to be like the last minute on man. You gotta you gotta go in you knew before that you might have to go in. So you always ready, mentally, and physically..
"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"We do we do running. And then we have bagging practice after baton practically go back in the clubhouse come back out and play. It wasn't a long elaborate thing. So that went on for tween nineteen seventy six to nineteen eighty eight in the minors through your, your major league. You're finished up by recall over in Japan with the Hanshin Tigers. What was it like for you when you stepped away from the game? How difficult was it not so much physically? But mentally for you to say goodbye to a gain that you grew up loving. When I left the game I was ready to go. I you know, I have so many issues that the issues that I had kept me from playing baseball on a high level. I was lucky to play as many years as I did my hair engine took a big toll on me start wearing, you know, if you heard anything, as you live with it longer. It's gets worse and worse and my head injury in really start bothering me. And I didn't really know until years later that basically. That's what happened to me. There were times when I know my focus and concentration just wasn't there in everything sometime being a blur. Can find out my vision perception is not good, fine motor skills was leaving me. You know, the look people take for granted. I was losing that talent. And then my head my head hurt all the time. It hurt all the time. Well in nineteen seventy seven you made the all star team you repeated you came back as a member of the Padres in nineteen eighty two is an all star Rupert. You'll win a World Series championship for sparky Anderson and the Detroit Tigers in nineteen Eighty-four against the Padres, I've almost forgiven you for that. But what was that like playing at that level? When you when you saw the game from a different perspective, you were healthy and you're playing the game you love that had to be such a good feeling. You know that year eighty four was was was unique year from me. I went I went free agent. And nobody picked me up. Nobody gave me a tune to play. And I had I had I had hurt myself tremendously in the game of baseball. So Pittsburgh called me up today before spring training. And they asked me they, they asked me to come come to campus. A non roster player, I live in California. So I had to lead the next day, flew all day and got in got into Brayden some net night, and then the next day getting about midnight and next day I on the field at nine o'clock. So I was on the field. I was extra man. So consequently or I was I was non rested player so we play games at nine o'clock in the morning. I feel at nine o'clock in the morning with the great really starting and we played gain. And then I would go over to the complex in play in a game around seven six seventh inning six seven eight ten. And having fun I was playing a lot of balls spring training. But I was having fun. And matter of fact, I was hitting about three I was in. I was in pretty good spring training. And Chuck Tanna Kate Katie me one day. And he said, you, you plan will you doing a lot of things. He said what you got hitting out. I won't see hit some home runs is because I wanna see the power. So the next day we go over the Clearwater, and I had a home run. And two days later. Go to a Landau and I hit a home run again. And then two days later, we Brayden played nine o'clock game. I came over. They put me in the game in the eighth inning. And we were down by a run. I hit a home run tattoo gain. So I had three home runs in, like four or five days. And when I came around thirty base, and I was coming to touch on plate. Chuck town looked at their store smelling three days later, he came to me and said, this is the hardest thing. I'll be doing baseball. He said about we can't sign you. We got we let you go. I said, thank you, Chuck..
"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"He was not the easiest guy to talk to. Well, I gotta go back again. Feel. My year in New York. Play I was playing and I was eating the top player on the team or the second top or the second player, what would run production runs scored or RBI's is at the time, and then I had an emergency operation on my abdomen because I had what they call adhesion. I had a blockage in, in some of my ball had got caught me. My intestine had got caught up in the in into the incision in my pin Knicks. So I get ration- feel and then at the end of the towards the end of the season when I came back I ran into the wall and suffered a serious, serious head injury and broke my shoulder. So that was that was like another year. There was just devastating. And then eighty one when I came to the Padres we had to strike year. In eighty two km spring training, of course, with dick Williams came. And I had to fight for job in center field. Dick was probably the best manager plateful I you know, I don't want to cut the other two short. But dick was the best manager. I played for dick taught me how to play I, I knew how to pre into star play with dig wins. Y tell you what the Rupe. You could flat out fly across an outfield from that center field position thing. I remember about you, and I, I saw you with San Diego face-to-face man. I'll tell you. I never saw the kind of speed. I mean, in person that I saw you had possessed a quality that was a rarity even back then. I mean Rupe? You gotta admit when it came to defense you were about as good as it got in center field. I really worked hard in the minor leagues on my outfield play I in we could fly balls every day. But I would have a gentleman named Billy script she hit me, fun goes from from second base area. He would hit me land dries, and he would have me moving before the ball was hit. He taught me how to move before the ball is hit. So every time the ball was hit. I was always moving because I knew how to get a jump on the ball. So I read the bet real good that enabled me to get to balls, a lot easier than a lotta, I'll Phyllis. I watch these guys today and everybody won't die for they won't die for fly balls. I'm trying to figure out why they won't die for plot balls. All they gotta do is take another step. You know, Roop our podcast deals with, you know, fitness health staying in shape being as good as you can be for as long as you will be on this planet. You, you seem to have one situation after another, when it came to stay healthy. Did you think about that consciously my friend when you were rampant through your major league career how gonna stay healthy? Why can't I stay healthy? What were your thoughts as a player during those travails? No feel sometime. I thought I was naked bidding. I broke my ankle broke my foot in San Diego and eighty two. Okay. My career ended because I told my shoulder up and I had rotator in labor damage so yeah, I had some unfortunate situation happens. But that's a part of life. You know, you start Crandall was spilled milk. Then, you know you're not going to continue to progress. I will be the man, I am today if I had gone through all those different experiences, you know, payers eight try to they try to insulate their kids from difficult situations. You can't not do that. Then, you know they don't they gonna learn, they got to go out there and got a fall down a couple of times. So you when you look back on your career do you look back on your career today? Rupe? Saying to yourself, man, I could have been so much more had. I've been able to stay healthy or, or my friend. Do you look back and say, thank the good Lord for blessing me with the career I had where are you on that? Continuum. I look back for a long time. I kind of regret it how career win..
"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"Not only faced hall of famers earlier in your career, you also played for three hall of fame managers, what was it like playing for guys like Mckee and tell me tell me a good, Jack mckeon story, because I always loved trader Jack. Well, I was I was an outcome out Aibo. I was I was pretty good teams play what we want. So Jack and by me, spring training because they were by the new a couple other guys and Jackson. Well, we got we got him back reproduce to. So inviting me The to. two big Nick camp. First trip I was late for the bus. Okay, we would go out of town. I was late for the bus. So when I got on a bus jet gave me a look. We went we went back to two hour bus rat. I didn't play. So the next day we got back for practice. And Jack made me run. He made me run for hour and a half in Alfie back and forth. I didn't stop because I knew I was room. So I kept running for hour and a half, they found he told me stop, did you older Maly, develop a warm relationship with jacker? Is it was kind of a distant relationship? Well, I respect Jack tremendously Jack was a good baseball man. And he he knew the game. He in a good player who had a man just player. So. I thought he was held a managed. Let's go from the Kansas City Royals in nineteen seventy seven to the Seattle Mariners where you're played for former Red Sox manager Darrell Johnson. What was it like playing for Darryl d'or was a laid back individual? He wasn't too. I eating get to excite at one way L away. He was a pretty good patient manager for a team like ourselves because we had a team full of guys who were counted like cast off from other organizations are put put up put up for grabs more or less for the expansion teams. So a lot of guys has had a lot to prove and Darryl had a good temperament for for the team we had. Let's interesting because four years after you signed your contract. With the Kansas City Royals coming out at nineteen. Seventy six you find yourself playing for your third major league team. I the royals than the Mariners and then the New York Yankees in nineteen eighty what were your thoughts when you were being traded and moving around? We think in what the heck is wrong with me. Why can't I stick with one team or Roope? Were you happy to move over to the Yankees at that point in your young career? I come up a phenomenal year in nineteen seventy nine and I played real good. That's the best year. I had two major leagues in the Yankees wanted me. So they traded a few guys to get me it was it was a shame that. You know my career went into direction he did the first year when I played I was playing pretty good. I had chanced outset chance to win rookie year in August, first of that year I told my knee but I continue to play. And at the end of the season, I got I had to get NIA peration so in, in the back in that day that, oh, surgery. And for months, I still any store run into two two months later. And so consequently when I went to spring training was not ready. Well, when the season started, I was not ready, but I played. And then in may, I start filling healthy start playing well in bloom. In my pennies blew out, we was in Boston in my penance blew out and I had to emergency. How are merging shot operation in Boston, and it's funny because I had just read the book coma, no? Oh my. You know I'm on, I'm on the operating table. Anybody give me anesthetics? I say, I said, I looked at the gas, I am gonna wake up on what you mean. I just read the book coma lot, waking up. Well friends, those of you listening. If you have never read the book comb, it was written by a medical doctor, Robin Cook. And I'll tell you what, that, that book scared the BG vers. Well, so you go from the Yankees in nineteen eighty a year.
"ruppert" Discussed on Changing the Game
"The value of being fit the thing, a healthy lifestyle and positioning yourself to be oh, you can be for as long as you will be. Today folk, you're in for a treat, we're talking to Rupert Jones World Series champion center fielder. With the Kansas City Royals the Mariners the Yankees the Padres, the Detroit Tigers and wound up his career with the California Angels. It's great to have you on the show, my friend, we go back a long way together, if his we do feel so Rupe? What's taking up your time? These days you stepped away from the game in nineteen eighty eight. What do you do in these days? You remind me how old I am. Okay, I'll try I'll try not to go there too bad. Are you healthier you in good shape? I'm in pretty good shape outside. It looks good. You know, Roop, I remember when you came up when you came out and in, in canton into the game, people labeled you as a can't miss, you had all the tools of five tool athlete, and back in those days, that was a tremendous compliment, but it didn't take long route before injuries began to creep in what was your thought. When you first came up, what were your dreams what were your aspirant when you first said yes to that first contract with the royals. Well, I was I was always a pretty good athlete. Feel I play football baseball and basketball high school. And when it came down to draft time royals draft third round. And I thought that was my best opportunity to continue to move my life forward. So I signed mine lick amazing a minor league contract with them played three years in a mile. And then I went to the big leagues and played for Whitey. Jake mcken. No. That was sorry. That was like, why did hers up Whitey hers? Oh. And I got to watch the game. I got to learn the game. The only thing I was bad about that year was when they when they when rub into the big leagues the first night, I face Gaylord, period. Or week as four starting to gain was concerned I faced goose Gossage. I start. No the game for another week a pinch hit and I made it came in the game late, but my third game I faced Dennis Eckersley, and then my fourth game which another week later, I, I, I face Burt bly Levin and at at about those four games. Jimmy christmas. I'm facing gadgets, Dane. Good, you know, and come to find out all four Mahala famous where you're not only faced hall of famers earlier in your career, you also played for three hall of fame managers, what was it like playing for guys like Mckee and tell me tell me a good, Jack.
"ruppert" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"To see where it ends up also and other government news the treasury department planning to implement an emergency law that will declare some chinese investments in companies here in our country threats to our economic and national security this morning's bloomberg news says the plan allows the government to use one of the most severe possible legal measures to heightened scrutiny of china's investment in companies involved in the tech world i i'm thinking this may be a good move victoria what do you think about it chinese investing in some of our high tech companies in so this is so clarify for me so this is saying that this is against chinese companies investing in us or us or american investors investing investing in chinese companies no chinese investments at our companies country so apparently there is they've been tracking some of the investments and their little nervous about whether it's in our best interest and i understand that i think maybe there is i mean the chinese have declared that they want to be number one and they'll do whatever they candidates ruppert what goes on here what's the so unlike a you know nonfinancial persons like if we just dumb this down what's the fear is the fear that they'll invest so much money and then and then no control it dump the stock and too much technological overage on us control of us bearing on us i believe if i read between the lines that's what it is.
"ruppert" Discussed on Bang the Book
"Yeah you're right right now that doesn't nearly as much um you know that that's a new team it's really hard you know they i mean enabled practice several of the game just two people were injured uh if you're not even able to practice because everybody's hurt i know one point two million 'cause rich said you know we didn't even have five guys who are healthy enough to practice so um that's a really hard spot and smu you know it's hard to line smu games right now i'll say they you know probably would have been a good minutes to go and start the new in hindsight but you know it's tough because you you know the oddsmakers if adjusted it and and uh you think the maybe you're not getting enough value but it's really hard to quantify you know how much um to devalue a team based in on that situation i will say though based on what we've seen from method year that game against that's natty at all why they were just absolutely blown out and now you know like say attiyat rough we we uh we know how to general ruppert cincinnati alive paid off depicted as well um you know but cincinnati with the teen in regards to that was probably not as good as their record indicated uh they had a rough week this week but uh you know cincinnati who's one of those teams have been able to run up to score on some some bad teams but now against the best teams they haven't looked this good uh ucf with three straight covers here they're playing in it really but they do have a couple of tr tricky spots coming up i think that i would goes to go it's it's ucf arch 100 came to by law what are you looking for here.
"ruppert" Discussed on V103
"Froyo gene gene the the <music> the uh all right the maybe you feel like you've done in a relationship or a marriage that broke it maybe you're not getting enough attention maybe you just nodded love anymore let's talk about the five most important things to consider if you're tempted to cheat about that five most five most important things to consider if you're tempted to jailed on good ruppert yeah i have a list your unit i've a list you can comment on delays on aren't tell me <laughter> subject again i'll climb most were important things to consider if you're attempted to cheat okay want to hear my less you guys wrong list okay yeah i know you do nephews you nailed yeah i number one no good can come of it so remember that if you're tempted to cheat number two somebody's going to get hurt someone's gonna get hurt number three the guilt will stress you out immediately the guilt number four the flame is not gonna last issue is just a fling it's not gonna last and number five come on now there's a better solution you don't have to do this should are goldberg groundless for her money
"ruppert" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"America so reluctant to learn lessons from other countries i mean we can talk theory about gun control all we want put the factors it seems to have worked in other places the tighten up regulations on him easing nobody needs a gun and we just need tighter control i think tighter control i would cry if nobody 100 gun but by no that's impossible so rise father i think that's it i think are an there was actually longtime where i was very second amendment like we do need the protection from its iran acl government and then i reach a point where my name yeah that forces to on equal at this point it doesn't matter right our guns would not protect us from a tyrannical government we're not taken care of the cops now as this right bribery a do something against the army in the who raw navy laurent iran out you gotta get it right to the i was in the army into this way too is it who i am the army and what is in the odds more who are so it's all new it's all new mindset i have to turn my brain i know i have him still with you my army brothers and sisters but uh to try to find peace in my life i have to go with iran your trooper yes kilo jensen you can follow me on twitter keith lol he tweeted out its this has been october the really doesn't matter when you read this tweet is convenient that we can just now copyandpaste our responses to last mass shooting in the see this today yeah what's ironic ruppert as i said that about the last race you're in the one before this did you consider retweeting your own tweet or is that i didn't really but i notice that i could it's just the same crap over and over again.
"ruppert" Discussed on WTMA
"Play especially when you're in the dugout you've gotta now we make it play get alert cool doing in the car gis all casual reached out barehanded at this lies read the leftfield pretty deep fly ball backing up jabs to the track they'll make the kachin tagging up this short easily is going to be his steals that gets the job done a sacked fly by gilliam his gordy seventh runbattedin he's in that leads the team and charles and extends their lead on the board of one william was riled but i was going to leave the yard but some pretty even drives of their on regardless david awry deepen on notice lord has the l as does the only one out the anyone three already in the bank oh hit so deep jabs through the cutoff man in ruppert states would at first years donny stance the catcher shrinking away bang should wish sweet level over there to the right only one since popped out the second base his first trip came in the second added to fifty six on the year the oon that one his popped up at val away but ted from the sweets they're never paying attention out there then we couldn't got that on the replay nice play up their normal you see it lofted up this with it they up play voters fractions up there to their credit and they also have the game on austin there and some of them the old sewage stroke data center field and that one is down rounding second going the third the throw in group center by san and it is not in time sans we'll take second on a plate well what the bird i thought was a little bit fooled by the shortstop jimenez who had a nice little bluff on this way acted like he had caught the ball and pretended to throw the first i don't know if that actually got ruppert.
"ruppert" Discussed on WTMA
"Insidecorner one and one blake ruppert in left's esteban four yalon center it's icy gilliam manning the rightfield corner ryan ledge just do second professional game behind the fleet one one is a fly ball skied out to left ruptured ranging over toward the gap and it's actually glory all who calls them off do put it away show one down ventura retreats back in a first days in now christian mogae golddigging avaaz brazil watch adding to ninety two which is impressive 340 he'd on these percentage no homers and thirty two runs batted in is seventeen swipes the fifth most in the south atlantic look here's ventura going pot a lofted up right field slicing away from gilliam and just down foul that was going to be extra bases in one run was shorn for sure paci with these speed was going to have at least three had that ball stayed the left to the shock wine easier to wants plus runners were there not metioned around when they get on the basis jay and ventura gotcha the native assat the domingo's centro in the dr just eighteen years of age here the.
"ruppert" Discussed on WTMA
"In forty five strikeouts on the season for rufford man of orders way park reach via the free pass to sort out this stand only walk raunchy drawn all night came here in the extra frame one to bark joe's slinging amiss sliding in the ball is juggled by 'sweden allcovering from short in park is safe so is strikeout nearly turns into a strike out throw out doubleplay as speed all if he hangs on may have had time the slap the tag on park but it goes down as a stolen base number ten on the year for park and it moves him at his score exist you now for estevan flurry all and the could elect to intentionally walked floreal they don't want anything to do with this guy he's gone deep against rainsville twice in the series backtoback nights they dare not h2 him and the automatic intentional walk right away that is wave them over to first base built deal with donny sans charles scattered so i in second now a walk by park backtoback strikeouts of steel and ruppert in a intentionally put four you all aboard and now donny sansuu is two for four in his homeward tonight we'll step up the vat sands crushed a solo shot onto the monster with two outs in the fourth his first of the season good speed aboard.
"ruppert" Discussed on Q'ed Up
"Marvin it's kind of bouncing around talking to everybody introducing friends to former turks dry it this is this is professor that land innocence project basis big brother delicious mic this is my sister his sister valerie was also there knowing the battle fish and still managed to remain who she is gives me hope for me if that makes any sense for decades ago her testimony helped put marvin in prison but she always believed he was innocent the pressure that she'd have to testify was too much she attempted suicide valery says she was manipulated coached by the district attorney's office he's always assured me that he didn't feel any animosity towards me i love my buttons and marvin is very important to my life and i think an important to him so i welcome by there's a lot of people here that i need to thank uh genesis project have professor ruppert all my friends i was in with marvin is it your debt to have this woman to be your wedded wife to live together in matrimony in sickness and health so long as you will show live i do little louder i do by the power of this that in me by the state of california heaven i doubt pronounce you husband and wife morgan is found some parttime work with nonprofits that work in the criminal justice system he's trying to find a permanent place in that world and he from marvin.