17 Burst results for "Ruth Lou"

"ruth lou" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Not that I'm a Yankee fan, but I know a game when I see it. And Paul O'Neill had game. All right. Because we haven't started the regular season. We're not going to start with a weekly quiz operated by you. I'm going to run it this week. I'm going to turn the flip the switch on you. I want to have you against Taylor and here's the trivia question. You ready, Todd? Let's go. Okay. Whose number was first retired by the Yankees? Was it a beloved manager Miller huggins who died in 1929? B, Babe Ruth, C, Lou Gehrig, G Hall of Fame pitcher, herb pennock. Again, which player, which person had their number retired first by the Yankees, Miller huggins Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, her pennock. I Taylor, I'll let you go first. Let's go with Lou Gehrig. Okay, Todd. Number four, Lou Gehrig. That's right. You both got it right. I was born in such that I could fool you, but both of you were totally locked in. Maybe we need to do this all season long. Turn the tables. It's a different kind of year. Who knows? Who knows? It does feel like it. And you know, Taylor's probably going to endorse me running the quiz because mine, they're going to be a lot easier, apparently, Taylor. Yeah, you're the new chief executive. You know, emergency powers, that's a thing that gets thrown around a lot these days. So oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. Well, in preparing the quiz for this year, I obviously need to face the fact that maybe Taylor is not the most passionate baseball fan in the world. No knock at you tailored it's just a fact. Buster, on the other hand, embedded in the industry for as many years as you have been, it would not be fair to ask certain questions of Taylor that I know buster is just going to know by rote. Color questions. I can't ask those, right? So I'm really between a rock and a hard place when it comes to putting this quiz together. But I have a master spreadsheet. I have already started to populate it with what I think are appropriate questions. And I, as I always say, every week, you got a one in four chance, right? 25%, that's pretty good. Exactly. Man, Sarah, you know, maybe we'll work Sarah in as well. Maybe that's Sarah versus Taylor at some point. She can she can step in. All right. Great seeing you. Welcome to 2022. Bleacher.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:32 min | 9 months ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Um this is how poor job I believe has been done in making sure the whole world knows what's going on today. That I woke up this morning to a text from new, No saying, We've got to make sure we set aside some time to talk about Derek Jeter today and my response was why He's going into the Hall of Fame today. Because everything in life that really matters happens on a Wednesday. Now I understand. They postponed the ceremony the way they normally do it because they want to be able to have fans there in Cooperstown. I'm willing to give anyone any kind of benefit of the doubt. During a pandemic for things having to get a little sideways. But when Derek Jeter Who is? I think one of the most beloved players in any sport in America in the last generation, right? I mean, no question is he still the most popular player in baseball is still the most popular baseball player, and he's been retired. How long? Five years, six years Because you long enough that he's going into the Hall of Fame today? I feel like this should have should be getting more fanfare. One way or another Derek Jeter, who, um exemplified in my view. More things about what it is to be a professional. And to be the consummate professional and leader in sports than almost anyone I can think of and goes into the Hall of Fame today. Yeah, I think the point We're driving home here, too, is that Hall of Fame weekend traditionally in the summer, obviously in years that are not affected by Covid is one of the top two or three highlights of the baseball calendar. You get 50,000 fans. They're packing the field and just obviously throngs of Hall of Famers that come back so in some sense, you are disappointed that they're not going to have that same Same kind of treatment this year and also that it happening mid week as the NFL season is starting tomorrow. That is not getting the attention that it deserves. But my relationship with Derek Jeter is a very complicated one. Because I grew up, not a Yankees fan. I grew up in Philadelphia and so like in the late nineties, when I really became a fan, he was sort of a villain to me and all my friends and all of you know, that was who he was. And then as I grow there and began working at ESPN, I sort of came along. I sort of got soft. I sort of went away from this. Like Jared Jeter is terribly overrated. Sort of standpoint. Where I came from baseball. When all the numbers to like there was a reason why this guy is adored and respected by every person that he comes across both those things can be true. Which is to say, Um, There are people who will tell you that Derek Jeter is on the short list of the greatest players in Yankee history. And the answer to that is that's not true. That's not true. There are Jeter as a player. Is not on the level of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle. He's not But that's not what makes him special. I covered Jordan. And I'm telling you, Jeter, Jeter had a ton of Jordan NASCAR qualities. They're good friends, and I remember seeing them. Once together. We were on our and and an island in the in the Caribbean. I forget where we were that year, but for whatever reason, they sort of closed off this area of the pool and restaurant where we were sitting and in walk Derek Jeter and Michael Jordan together. That was quite the scene and you should have seen the reaction to the people going crazy around them. But I think it was then that I first got that thought. The leadership the mental toughness. The the character. The professionalism all those things, I think that Jeter Had as many Jordan like qualities in that regard as any player that I'm aware of. Now, Jordan added to that, being maybe as talented as any player that ever lived, and Jeter wasn't that you were. Judah was a very, very good player who was impossibly clutch. He because of the teams he played on. He had countless opportunities to come up huge and big moments and seemingly always did. That's the thing about Jeter. Anyone could have made that play against Oakland and whatever year that is now 19. What year was that? 2000 and one? Whatever. Here it is. Anyone could have made that play. But only he did. Only he ever has only he did. You know, I'm saying like, and only he would like anyone might have done that. But he did. Only he did that anyone might have hit a home run in the World Series in November. Anyone might have hit a grand slam for their 3000 hit. Anyone might have done a lot of things. Derek Jeter did. But they didn't. She always did. And he did it wearing the most storied uniform and cap in the sport in any American sport. So I I absolutely support Jeter's place in the pantheon of players in American history, Despite the fact that very, very specifically if you wanted to Point out flaws in his play. You could do it. You definitely could. And I think the the conflation is he was not the greatest player of his generation, and he was not the greatest shortstop ever. But who would who would not have exchanged their career for his? There are two different things right? I mean, during Hispanic is on the Yankees. Their average record was 96 66. He's the only clear to ever play 20 years without a losing season. All that Winnie. He did all those moments that he had. Those are two different things. I guarantee you he would not exchange his career for anyone in the history of base. No, and I think a lot of people who had greater careers would easily exchange there's for that's totally true to. That's the point. So congratulations, Derek. You Richly deserve this. I would like to have seen it with a bit more of the traditional fanfare because you unquestionably deserve that. And a whole lot more. So congratulations to Jared Cheater. All right, We will take a short break a lot more to come. Dan. Thoughts in our.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"So far has nineteen and i could see debbie garcia if they truly punt on the season like less call debbie garcia. He get ten. Starts you get nine more starts and kluber can never come back. You might never pitch again. I'm not ruling this out. I mean you have on an kluber. So it's it's gone could tie on his nineteenth starts okay credit ability again. It was a kickoff credit and then the last one is super specific. And it's i guess. It's still possible. And i guess it's still possible. Yup saturday september eighteenth is going to be brett gardner appreciation day Saturday and saturday october. Second is going to be john sterling appreciation day sterling. I don't think so has rebounded. I think he is not happy about. This is like a mary auto or jeeter dot leaving on an injury. He is not going out like this calling from a tv screen. Be in the goddamn stadium. He's going to be waving to people not happening. But i don't think dope here's where you're wrong. There's gonna be no appreciation. People love record. I had someone tweet me ask just young monument. I had someone ask if brett gardner is going to get a fucking monument. Who has monuments received ruth lou. Gehrig joe maggio mickey mantle. Those players have monuments and someone asked me if brett car dealer is going to get a monument. Last week would look good. He would look good on monument alien head not exactly all right so we're gonna bergener take an l. for all verbal predictions. This time it will never bring them up again. This season unless aaron judge wins the mvp. Then something good happen so we do have a couple mailbag questions. The first one My guy brian fischler emailed me he He's a great guy. He's been on the podcast. I think once or twice and he does the laugh for site. he's He's a he's a comedian. He's also blind and he's got a charity for for to raise money for blind awareness. And it's a laugher said. I went Three years in a row. It's it's really an awesome time. But he is just fed up with the yankees says. I absolutely despise the entire twenty twenty one yankees team same here. It's absolutely unimaginable to me. That i could hate a yankees team this much. See the only way of fixing things is to not make the playoffs. Get rid of boone. He says the tone for the dead bunch. The entire philosophy of the organization needs to change. I do not think. Steinbrenner will fire cashman. But i think it needs to be done as the entire system needs a reset. You think the entire yankee system is broken. I have no doubt. The yankee system will f- up the martian. Look what they have done to. Every other player torres sanchez and do our other young players. That seem to have gotten worse over the past few years. He says go sox seriously. I don't mean that. But i think it's the only way to fix things kind of what we said in the first half of this episode. Is that just blowing up. Yeah start with the manager and see what you could do at least give us Some semblance of a season to refer the. Yeah it's not not not a majority of yankees fans feel the way. Brian feels in the way you have expressed you feel and how we feel or that. 'cause i still see so many fans on twitter and twitter's assessable but i see so many people still trusting the process and it baffles me. No there's no process to trust at this point. He's just gotta make a change man. I'll tell you what watching looking and seeing these Following some of the reporters are down there watching dominguez. All the time kid is lighted up already. You know in the in the in tampa where he is right. Now i will. You can't you can't not nothing's gonna happen this year. But i'm saying i'm saying he's an exciting player. He's living up to the bill. So far in the first org i Real ball that he's that he's played in like the kid. Looks like a a man amongst boys. I would not be surprised if the when you see a kid like that. Like a lot of times in in baseball the players also physically mature to get to a point where they can play these next levels right over the past two years. He's so far beyond the the his is physical ability that you should be at that at that age that there's no reason if he continues to just keep up them up and see what happens. There precedent for come up in thirteen twenty sewed bryce harper. These players were nineteen years old when they were playing well in the major leagues. So i think jason dominguez is what eighteen years old this year. Because i think he's seventeen. I think he's still seventeen. he's either seventeen or eighteen. He still think he. I think eighteen if he if he's eighteen just turned eighteen. Recently i believe either way seventeen or eighteen years there is eighteen. He turns his birthday february. He just turned eighteen this past february. Yeah so next spring training he will be nineteen years old. He should get a major league invite to spring training which will and then who knows maybe second half of the year he can if he rakes in aaa cole. No yeah i mean he may not even go to aaa aaa. You might go like to go. Those step-by-step well then then blitz. Let's hope that some Changes in the organization is overhauled..

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"ruth lou" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Football. I don't know what maybe he got hit in the head too many. I don't know what happened. I never heard of the story. Until len dawson brought it up. It goes away. Do you know a guy on the jets. Used to take his deck out in port. The port authority he. He died his poops. Green eight four shakers dick at people you know. And they were so shot looking at his poops. I never took the longest time before. Somebody finally looked at his face. And then they Then they arrested and no one ever thinks about that when they watch a jets game. Do they see. That's my point. You guys can look all this up this all of you find the last one but the other one you'll find do what you dig is turned into a flanker. They could combination a heaven that jesus create they could somehow make up for him to jail. all right. I don't even know what i'm talking about right now to be honest with you this weekend. Speaking of boston i'm gonna be. I'm gonna be doing the cape cod melody tent. Why how come did i just add a syllable. The mellow mellow melody. The cape cod melody. Tent in hyannis isn't hyannis somewhere. Down near the kennedy compound they sit this spending all their fucking booze money down there. Isn't that what they did. The prohibition money they're insider trading money I have no idea what the fuck they did. Only no they don't. They have a big yellow house. They go out and play touch football that turns into tackle football big family fight. Because they're like a bunch of pit bulls or if they fuck that gene out of their their family at this point is just all watered down you know too many weak men and women brought into the fold. You know. think about that shit like when you know. What's the worst thing ever is when somebody gives the son or daughter of a father a mother that accomplish something great they always give the kids shit like it's the kids fault like if you're the son of and michael jordan or the daughter of amelia earhart People will always be like you're not you're not as good as your father blah blah blah. And they blame you. It's like it's not my fault that i'm half cut with my mom. You know my dad can jump out of the gym. My mother trips over a mop handle every fucking three days. So i got fifty percent of that and weighing me down i can still dunk but no. I can't take off the foul line. That's not my fault has nothing to do with my desire or my heart or anything like that it to do with my mother and the same thing with like amelia earhart skit. If she had a kid. I don't know she probably didn't have a kid. No guy could handle that back in the day when she was supposed to be in the fucking kitchen making sugar cookies. She's out there flying around doing better than the guys a dick shave. I'm not fucking at her hair. Too short right. No guy can handle that. I've no idea. Did she have a kid. Did she take them on the trip. Maybe that's why she crashed. The kid was acting up. She was reaching back trying to slap them in the face. Like how you could as apparent back then and she went into the ocean. Who knows who knows why these things happen. Everybody i don't. I don't pretend to know and you know what more importantly i don't wanna know but anyways back to the the boston sports things boston fans not you not all crying but the ones who are bitching fuck in here it all right quit you fucking crying and everyone else and your other towns. Try enjoy this week as much as you can. Because we've been kicking all your fucking asses for ten years and you know it's true at least mostly people give a shit as giants fans. That's just when it comes to football. But some of them a yankee fans and i'll take those two super bowl losses for what we did to the yankees in two thousand four. I'll take that all day long now. There's one that will live forever that unlike the hernandez thing that will live forever. Because you know what's great about it. There's no way to beat it. There's no way to beat it and even though teams even the bruins lost four in a row and hockey right. But we didn't have the level of fucking kala fame. It's fucking great. It'd be like if babe ruth lou gehrig dimaggio and mickey mantle on the same thing. I know what you guys are saying. That's not true. When i say fuck you fuck you in you pinstripe heart. It's true the way you guys were loaded up the free agents. You couldn't do that back in the day back. In the day you had to fuck and earn it as opposed to now we can go out and buy it. Los angeles lakers anyways. I love how. Dwight howard dwight howard leaves the lakers. And they're sitting there question his heart and all that and never once again never did they think well. Why would you wanna leave. Why would you wanna leave. Gee what could it be the fucking eight hundred pound.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Down the left field line. Carlson going up it is gonna go home run for Will Myers just by the 3 36 sign on the front of the Western Metal building and for the first time tonight The Padres lead 7 to 6 here on the seven Sea angler Compadres Radio Myers to Homer's in an elimination game. That one puts Sandiego ahead of ST Louis for good. They wanted 11 9 to force Game three today. But all the love this morning is for Fernando. Totti's Jr also went deep twice last night, fueling the Padres rally from a six to hole. Patty's junior and Myers of the first team mates with multiple homers in the same postseason game since Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig Game three of the 1932 World Series. One of those Babe Ruth home runs The famed disputed called Shot and Wrigley Field. Wow! Whoa! That's a great like that nugget. I was better than my was the one that you hated for last week. You hated me. For it was the P treats with the Brady Patriots losing on the same day you were a window. It was the first time since 1999 or whatever that paint using. Tom Brady lost the same day, which, of course, because he's been on the Patriots for 20 years. Now, let me ask you this. What The two the two players. There was Babe Ruth's called Shot and Lou Gehrig. So Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig each had multihomer games in Game three of the 32 World Series. One of Ruth's multiple homers was called Joshua. And that was the on ly previous playoff game, with teammates having multiple homer games before last night. That's such a possible liars, and they both had to I don't know. Two guys hitting two home runs apiece in a playoff game. I just feel like I think the only time it's ever happened is Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig That seems like wow. Nearly 100 years went through, and we didn't get that one other time before. Will Myers and Fernando Tattoos did it? That's kind of crazy. Lots of either way. Their Game three is that for Pacific they're the Cubs and Marlins resume their Siri's at Wrigley at one Central Miami 12 days ago. Then yesterday's rain out, eh? NBA Finals back on the court tonight after losing the opener, the heat now likely without Goran Dragic's and Bam out of bio. Both are doubtful. Drag it with a left foot injury on a bio with a neck strain in the six years of reportedly pick Doc Rivers as their next head coach. This comes just three days after the Clippers dumped Doc D a back to you. Thanks, baby. When we come back Super Dave takes the airwaves and challenges more as to this ongoing picks challenge and we will establish what is on The board this year for.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Down the left field line. Carlson going up it is gonna go home run for Will Myers just by the 3 36 side. On the front of the Western metal building. And for the first time tonight, the Padres lead 7 to 6 here in the seventh bag. Laurent Padres Radio Myers to Homer's in an elimination game that one put San Diego ahead of ST Louis for good. They wanted 11 9 to force Game three today. But all the love this morning is for Fernando. Totti's Jr also went deep twice last night, fueling the Padres rally from a six to hole. Patty's junior and Myers of the first team mates with multiple homers in the same postseason game since Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig Game three of the 1932 World Series. One of those Babe Ruth home runs The famed disputed called Shot and Wrigley Field. Wow! Whoa! That's a great like that nugget. That was better than my was the one that you hated for last week. You hated before there was the P treats with the Brady Patriots losing on the same day you were a window. It was the first time since 1999 or whatever that paint using that Tom Brady lost the same day, which, of course, because he's been on the Patriots for 20 years. Now, let me ask you this. What The two the two players. There was Babe Ruth's called Shot and Lou Gehrig. So Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig each had multihomer games in Game three of the 32 World Series. One of Ruth's multiple homers was the call Josh and that was the on ly previous playoff game, with teammates having multiple homer games before last night. That's such a possible eyes, too. I don't know. Two guys hitting two home runs piece in a playoff game. I just feels like I think the only time it's ever happened is Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig That seems like wow nearly 100 years ago. Went through, and we didn't get that one other time before. Will Myers and Fernando Tattoos did it? That's gotten crazy. Either way, their game three is that for Pacific they're the Cubs and Marlins resume their Siri's at Wrigley at one, central Miami 12 days ago. Then yesterday's rain out, eh? NBA Finals back on the court tonight after losing the opener, the Heat now likely without Goran Dragic's and Bam out of bio. Both are doubtful, drugged with a left foot injury. Auto bio with a neck strain, and the Sixers have reportedly pick Doc Rivers as their next head coach. This comes just three days after the Clippers dumped Doc D. A back to you. Thanks, baby. When we come back Super Dave takes the airwaves and challenges Morales too. This ongoing picks challenge and we will establish what is on the board this year for the bet between Super David Morales next D, a CBS Sports radio Hiring could be challenging. But ZIP recruiter.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Mackinac island. Great friends. I was actually on your website W Detroit city champions, Dot Com. There's a lot of information out there You know the previous podcasts this shows that you guys have had to go back to the beginning of you know this, the venture that you guys are on no I'm actually starting what I've been sitting here for every single one of them but I find myself going back to episode one and relearning because just so much information that you guys are. It really is there's so much and. We have you know the I think the actually the first few episodes we did go a little bit of warp speed through some of the stuff, but we will come back for just feel to. Take, our time and go through it. And there's there's so many different branches off that. We can take to talk about these other teams, the Chicago bears. Yeah, all this different stuff like we're gonNA. Mention this guy named cliff battles for the Boston Red Sox. His. Now as though you with the Washington redskins back, it was a Boston and he's got his name's GonNa come up. But there's guys like cliff battles that nobody's ever heard of listen was named cliff battles. Like. The Great. He's like a tremendous running backup power speed runner like. His name is battle like nobody's ever heard of them said, there's so many different off the topics that we can do off. But that's why I like about the screenplay for the movie too is that you know I wrote the screenplay for the movie is like a Netflix's nine part mini series and there's so many like like I wrote it. So to introduce all these different or not all but a ton of different. Characters that the lions and the Tigers everybody had to face for towards the idea of potentially imagine an entire series were like the first. The first season is the city, a champion story, and then you meet all these different carriers Babe Ruth Lou gehrig. Bronco Gerski, all these different degree bay packers of this time and then you start doing offshoot episodes maybe a one off episode maybe a three part episode whatever it is and and you focus on all these just various topics from sports history I. Just think it would be like the coolest show like you know like a period piece set in that time. Those are some of the most some of the biggest sports movies ever are the ones that like conjure nostalgia. Look back like this was we're going to get to the center Cinderella Story Yeah. The Cinderella is another thing. Nineteen thousand five hundred million dollar Hollywood yes. Just one thing like imagine entire series and that's what. I'm saying like there's so much different stuff. So we're here we were. We were with the spartans in Portsmouth. And they're they're taking names and kicking some but yeah. thirty, three, thirty. So thirty one potsy takes over the spas and they and they brings in nineteen new guy. Yeah, and so we completely cuts with thirty guys also roster through the big. I've never heard a ten then reduce reduce the roster. Twenty six, twenty seven, and then and then brought in nineteen new players, and then it was talking about nine guys ended up going with the team in one, thousand, nine, thirty, four when they became the lions and then it was another i. think it was five. Backup I think it was five that that was with them in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five when they won the championship. So it was a major overhaul. In nineteen, thirty, one when he first takes over his first head coaching job professional any completely guts this team completely revamps it and then hits on all these stars that became like I mean literally like the central components of these teams I mean for the next you know however many years. So the Tigers win the pennant in nineteen thirty four. Yeah. But that's a little bit the head of where we're we're we're we're starting out with this story. Okay. All right. So I didn't know if that was. All right. So that's still for that. Where we come in tonight. So nineteen thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one potsy takes over the spartans and immediately the team becomes awesome. Yeah, it's. thirty two we talked about last week show they were in the nineteen th the first. NFL. Championship game. A hockey. Arena. PORTSMITH SPURT SMART. Data. Yes. So Important in the Portsmouth was like you know early NFL history was a lot of smaller. You know is really a lot of Ohio mid Western type you know million in all these different towns in. Ohio. Also, like you know your small towns like Green Bay, it wasn't like nowadays. It's like all big cities New York and Boston all this but but back then like. It was like a lot of smaller towns in Green Bay is a residual of that the last city that was from that era of like smaller towns that but they were just so successful they really built up a file like a cult following their. Butts. And it's crazy because if you actually look at the populations of NFL cities like you'd look at the list, it's like seven million we all like. Their population I don't even know what it is in Green Bay it's like I. Think it's like eight thousand and okay like really small. But every other lists like seven, million, six, million, three, five. Six thousand and then the but then you look at their the crazy thing is their attendance per game. It's like been sold out for any game all eight, thousand, eight, hundred, thousand, those people at the stadium but. Around Game. Every. Every year for like I, think since the sixties in the Season tickets are impossible anyways. So yeah, nineteen thirty, nine, hundred, thirty, one positive over the SPARTANS. And they'd take they become awesome in the nineteen, thirty two, the SPARTANS. Go to the NFL championship that First Nfl Championship game which leads to massive changes in the NFL because the NFL's. Who have so that they can have a championship game every money money money. Exactly. So it had like a world series of football so to speak. The NFL champion numerous new rules come into play as a result of that racketed gov. you can just look back at the last episode GonNa see all the different rule changes again of it, but it was a significant thing to happen and then in nineteen thirty three. the spartans were good but the but the problem was is that their best player Dutch Clark and again Dutch, Clark was the elite of the elite Nfl I mean he was one of the main guys posse discovered in nineteen thirty one. Potsy. Sorry. Dutch Clark was like I mean, he wasn't a PA-. Whereas Bronco Gerski was like sort of like Shaquille O'Neal of the football that time like he was just in like unstoppable power like they nobody could not tackling one on one. Just he was just overwhelmingly powerful type of player, but Dutch was like incredibly fast shifty smart. He was he was like the they acquitted him like Napoleon on the field like absolute. Just a brilliant field general just increase just incredibly smart on the field like. He was Dutch was elite in like I mean he wasn't powerful at all. But again, in every other way, he was an elite player and so So anyway. So that's what soul. The core player on the spartans and with the you know with numerous other great players of course but. But what happened was is that at the end of nineteen, thirty, two Dutch got this job to go be a coach yeah, Colorado College and then. When he was when they went to the NFL championship game, which again was like an impromptu game, then the college wouldn't release him from his contract and so he couldn't make it back to the spartans got beat and then the following year nineteen thirty-three, he did not come back for the season. With the SPARTANS. So without Dutch, the teams basically dropped, they still finished in second place, which was very, very competitive. In fact, there Glenn Press. Now, who was you call them really their second best player. Glenn Press now was there became their number one guy and led the League in scoring was like I'm just you know he you know he did what he could been dispersed finished in second place but so anyways. So Ninety, but nineteen thirty three is the final is really the death knell of the Portsmouth spartans because the city it's again one of these smaller towns and the Great Depression had absolutely ravaged Tom the city. So badly that again, they were just there basically exchanging shares of stock for two two players, not even exchanging giving shares of stock in lieu of payment to these players in shares of stock are might be nice for the future but but you know you can't eat shares of. Stock To Pay Your bills you can try try put them in your shoes. where? Share stock for yeah. For my pillow and I really six two. So. anyways. So this soul. There's a there's I have a quote in the book that talks about this and I wrote this whole scene in the movie the scene at this scene in the movie really is the introduction to the lions in the in the in the in the screen player in this movie is this.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To pressure loop hours under part we go over every one of them afterwards great to me pretty harsh actually so I'm counting on you people to come through for me what a week or week one week what a week and obviously we have bigger problems or it appears that we do even that's debatable these days with the virus making its way around and people not knowing what's next but in the sports world the Yankees have their own set of injuries and it is pretty oh man I don't know what it's disappointing it's dreary it is old news it is frustrating I mean I put on Twitter and I really wasn't joking I'm not I wouldn't let Sanchez Stanton or judge near or wait for the rest of their careers with the Yankees I mean all we think about in the world of baseball is the good old days the Ted Williams the Joe DiMaggio's the Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig everybody and in a Lou Gehrig played twenty one hundred straight games and cal Ripken twenty six hundred and a million guys never missed time and a million guys played a hundred and fifty out of a hundred and sixty two games and now it's just frustrating for those of us old enough to remember those quote unquote good old days which by the way if you're twenty five these are the good old days so enjoy the that's a little public service announcement for you I'm so frustrated by this team which is so well run and seems to cover all of its bases and seems to have a handle on almost everything they've had some issues with the way they I've dealt with their seats behind the plate and some other for lack of a better term snobbery but from the baseball side of things from the talent talent evaluation side it's been pretty good and I don't take it for granted at all but when you have star players who are oversized for the game they play and all three of those guys Stanton Sanchez and judge our oversized for the game they play somebody has to get in there and talk about the counter intuitive nature of how you work them out I mean I don't I'm not interested really in we all have opinions on everything right and we're entitled to them and I'm not qualified nor do I really want to pretend to be qualified.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The Yankees are going to run into a problem in the next fifty or sixty years the New York Yankees because they will not have enough numbers to put out a full team they retired so many numbers that they they're literally down to seventy eight numbers right now the only one you know seventy eight different numbers the you can be on the Yankees are a lot of them are even taking you can't be number one two three four five six seven eight nine ten you can't be one and the Yankees that crazy where you can't be fifteen sixteen twenty twenty three thirty two thirty seven forty two forty four forty six forty nine and fifty one how long before they start putting triple digits on the Jersey they're gonna have to or put a letter in our age yeah he they wondered what I'll do a one the name of the player on the back of the Jersey in New York but put a letter on there well I mean look at look at the players are listen to this I know you're a sports fan crozier how about these and these people have been retired you know something or little about about almost all of them Billy Martin Derek Jeter Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Joe DiMaggio Joe Torrey Mickey mantle yogi Berra Roger Maris Phil Rizzuto Thurman Munson Whitey Ford don Mattingly Elston Howard Casey Stengel Mariano Rivera Reggie Jackson any bombing any Pettitte I'll run get re and Bernie Williams Elson Howard the only name I didn't know I know Elson Howard and I didn't know why George basada otherwise we gonna throw out you can't you know and they they retire number eight yogi Berra but bill Dickey had it before they retired it so they retired bill Dickey and yogi bear as number eight but you can't be one through ten on the Yankees not while that is a a crazy now I'm conversely the Los Angeles Clippers you can be any number you want all is not one or retired old Jersey not one there are there are players that are in the hall of fame that play for the club for the clippers that's probably correct yeah but but not one retired Jersey nobody went out into the hall of fame I don't think as a clipper Elgin Baylor I don't think he did I think he won as a Laker than any I think so and provide probably by down here is amazing that you know the clippers have been around for forever I'm you know since the set late sixties early seventies and they do not have one retired jerseys we're talking about like that the charges yesterday the NBA's got that the the a share in the revenue sharing thing and I think just for so long the clippers had an owner that just did not care about spending money on getting those writers yeah and and a so like it Paul Allen had owned or or what's his name that owned the clippers full of long before now they be more competitive it had better anger it's just this one time stands one half percent time but yeah Elgin Baylor number twenty two when in as a Laker and he's rehearsed your numbers retired as later later several chamberlain Elgin Baylor Gail good good ridge Magic Johnson Kareem Abdul Jabbar Shaquille o'neal James worthy Jerry west Jamal Wilkes I'm high I think kneels and also why Kobe Bryant they they retired both of Kobe Bryant's numbers eight and twenty four it's that's unbelievable but you're right I'll tell you a quick story about the clippers I had a friend who has since passed away but he has to be a an agent a sports agent he's tire sports I mean he represented sports figures and you know baseball basketball hockey and I fell and there was one guy who was the the it was on the clippers and he was gonna shopping around as a free agent and nobody else really wanted them and so you went back to the clippers and he was making six million dollars a year and said okay we're gonna sign for three more years for six million dollars a year and I what's his name is the guy who owned the clippers what's the name silver what's it what's the guy's name used on the the end the clippers the guy got rubble oh my god I've were all the people yelling at the rate you early yeah so Donald sterling said no no it's five million then now I season so he goes back to his client because you know we screwed up now there what they one off you five million a season any since grown because I'm not plain formed because all set out a season because I wouldn't say that it sees you guys if you set out of season you might sit out the rest your career he said just go play for five suck it up and you know we'll get you some endorsements or something else going on and work to try to get you another team so he goes back to Donald sterling and says okay Mike I'll sign for five and Donald sterling says and now it's for the house see is not crazy at sterling that's why there are no retired jerseys is at staples with the the eye chart with the clippers give him four million and one of those visors that that check was we used to wear face after yeah when I was a beekeepers outfits let's classic all right we're live on KFI heard everywhere on the I heart radio apps.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We had our number number two reliever out we had our right fielder out are left fielder out our center fielder has missed probably sixty to seventy games already may we we have had as many as twelve and and we've come up with DJ make you we've come up with G. O. or shower or shower and a few other players like that we've come up with bike track man and they these guys have done a fabulous job our show is fighting for the batting title any never have more than two twenty he was with the Cleveland Indians and seventeen in the playoffs and he was a defender but I'm not here and right now this guy has come into its own and hitting the if you can watch a walk around the clubhouse watches that stature and watch it and she has inner confidence as he performing with you know show at us hidden three thirty five to three forty I think you should close the leading the league in it it's a pretty amazing story of what he's doing we have not met a guy last year that hit two ninety seven with fifty one or fifty two doubles drove and ninety seven runs eight twenty three and twenty seven twenty eight home runs Miguel under our third baseman if it's been incredible Reggie Jackson gonna join us a hall of Famer problem one here on the sports leader I I got to ask you what you think of the game nowadays with the home runs flying out of the park your career I was forty seven with the ETS nineteen sixty nine and five hundred sixty three for your career how many would you hit now all right now I maybe twenty twenty two a year how all the rage I'm seventy three and seventy right now right this minute twenty eight seventy three could right but you know as far as the home runs you know guys I I certainly do think the balls hopped up along with that you're really only have two difficult ball parks to hit home runs and and one of those here in San Francisco and the other one is the in Detroit and other than that everything is a band box Yankee Stadium is a very small ball park they say Philadelphia smaller Cincinnati is smaller Houston is smaller and so you know that the game is been tailor made for you know home runs home runs attract excitement they attract fans I think that it's getting skewed a bit I think there's too many home runs what I've seen here it looks like I was checking this to catch just the test except do Modelo radio show on should only get a plug in I do my radio show on manta of sports section eighty two at eight o'clock in the morning and the last for just an hour but there's about thirty guys that are due to hit more than forty homers this year and there's a there's ten or twelve that are close to hitting fifty some believe I mean that that that that some books when that happens then it starts to skew the numbers and throw things out of whack for the true baseball fan people like myself and and people that follow the game for many years you included Greg no deal they hit thirty home runs up I remember you lead the league one year with thirty two I think it's seventy five so in the end the people think a Reggie Jackson I think the five hundred sixty three and a home run and you were the highest paid player chimes in the decade of the seventies I think you make more now because it's all about the three true outcomes and you struck out more than anybody but you struck back in you also walked a little bit so I I think today you would have more value but what I think a you coming up with your age teams Reggie how fundamentally sound you guys played I remember that read like you executed when you got bill Buckner third base for the seventy four World Series so it is the game last now because all everybody wants to do is launch images anybody pitch out anymore steal a base where's the game today red reverses when you played in the sixties seventies and eighties zero you know those things that you mentioned there okay gray are ours things have not with so many other says he started there for gap but you don't see it running anymore you very seldom see a really good relayed from from the outfield we don't see infield practice anymore eat this stolen bases gone and putting the ball in play a lot of time in order to advance a runner is gone because they have access well I should be and and and and launch angle and you know I don't think there's anything wrong with that as long as you recognize to keep it in proper perspective that it it's significant to put the ball in play you got a long list you got to learn to square the baseball first before your get concerned about exit velocity or launch angle I think there is a lot in the analytical side that's extremely important that you can take and give the players and players can make themselves better players there's an an ornate amount of information almost too much information I won't say there's too much information you can't download it all you can't take all of it to home plate but I shave with everything they have there's a piece of all of the data that is valuable for each and every player everything that they had it is not for every player it's the pieces that you can take off of the analytics that can improve your game you can go back and and realize and understand that analytics have been in the game for a long time meaning and analysis of the outcome or the potential and now it says the potential view of your opinion being implemented for the success of the team as Casey thanks Thangal did when he played Jenny billing insured at first base he played Elston Howard behind home plate and yogi Berra let three catchers in the game because he said gosh all three of these guys hit this picture I need to get them in the line up that's an analysis and that's an analytical projection weaver had announced the other by the name of Roenicke large that a hundred drove in a hundred and run it thirty six home runs that Gary raining he was the right hand hitter sixteen homers and drove in fifty five and John Lowenstein hit nineteen homers and drove in fifty lefty righty played every day and that combination what's that projection in the idea and understanding of a forecast of what would happen if an analytical decision that get those guys hit thirty six homers and drove in under intense thanks so it's been around before as we also say well this guy's more prepared to driving around this guy is more prepared to drive it to close a game this guy throws ninety two ninety three the other guy so ninety eight hundred at but he doesn't have the make up to be a close so I'm now going to give you an analysis of why I think I'm gonna put this player in the game and not the one that you obviously think that's an analysis and that analytical it's just that now they put numbers to it an arithmetic to it to where you can get a real forecast and what once in the last couple things I guess I I disagree with the one that's glaring for me is there's no real value in a player that drives have a lot of run they are the I is not yet a lot of credit because the they what they put in the formula is how many players get on base how much opportunity that person has all that to me has meaning but I said to the people that well let's take a look at the players and drove in more rounds and anybody in history and you can run down the top twenty top twenty five all up there and all the same and all of that hit for five hundred homers and know your names are Erin bondage mais oui and mutual Eddie Murray karez but currently really Williams Ernie banks Frank Thomas main Reggie there's a there's a whisper in your own name yeah I thought thought it out you are not yeah yeah everybody was waiting for that so I had no idea and I don't want them to the Mike drop let me let me just before we let you go we're thrilled to have one of the great tragedy Martinez Jackson joining us here you know the Asian giant's gonna play this weekend and they played last week and John and I were playing a game you know going around the the feeling sick and grace best player each position so just in the outfield if it's gonna be all bay area Oakland a San Francisco Giants out field you're in right and Willys in center who's in the left Ricky Barbero oh boy yeah I knew that because he knows the game inside and out I knew this would get a here's what I would say the I'll let you pick first and I'll take the worst one at the same time here's what I'll say eighty about Ricky enters Ricky Henderson after Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig mantle Mays error and Bobbi Clementi Hornsby Wagner that's a bad eight nine carries you start to struggle when you mention Ricky or very I think very is that guy it's just that he has the PT's over is that but Ricky Henderson it is one of the I always thought he was one of the top ten twelve no worse than fifteen greatest players in the history of baseball I guess name ten or twelve guys and after that you may say Ken Griffey junior you could say maybe bond but now you start argue even with those guys for what Ricky did he say that the third or fourth guy and feels I think is Tim Raines with six hundred eighty or ninety Ricky Henderson is six hundred more homers and a guy more stolen bases and the guys that the fact that credible that is what we should do John is put Ricky and laugh moved very to write an average G. G. H. are you cool with us I'll take that yeah yeah I feel when your young guy you could play center as well read your treasure welcome back now here's what I'm going to shoot it if any of those guys that you mention any of your you were everybody here needed to get a home run hit in the World Series who you gonna pick Mr access over thanks I appreciate they had on your show and and brag on me when I leave well the call yeah thank you my friend all right it was great he asked and answers you decide who really want it all run and then he just walked the walk you know when he struck out about a strike out again there was nobody more captivating to watch taken at bad the rich young demo go back and look at the seventy seven World Series it was it was incredible the credit well called it was just it was incredible really incredible game six he also had a home run off and it was don Sutton at the end of game five at Dodger Stadium yeah and he swung the bat the only swung the bat three times that night when you get the three homers so we have four consecutive swings in that World Series hit a home run on every single one what did he hit a ball completely out of Tiger Stadium in an all star game I got on the line out of the like the like child the transformer seventy one all star game I go into Tiger Stadium to do a game the original Tiger Stadium earning her well the kana Sir and we go into the booth and he's watching me and I look up at the light tower and I look at the light tower right down the right field line in a little shakes his head he gets very off the hard sell not that well on that one it was not right sadder they said no way you at that light towers he had light tower power it's awesome I think you hit the the transformers something of their as Kurt Guarisco I recall resigned when Reggie live yeah he's he's amazing fiat Roland that's what I want to hear it is running on their own I reset all the a big stores we got the supposed to come out by the hour him played some of the sound including Jerry Jones will try to get that in there for you as well great gases that we'll recap as well nice job I have P. the crew today traffic.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The game with some of the highlights let's go places with the Toyota out of town school board in Washington the nationals were in a one one tie with the Reds in the last of the fifth inning facing Trevor Bauer in Strasbourg amount for Washington like a pitcher's duel until all the nationals got ten news in the fifth inning to make it eleven a one then the Reds got three in the six eleven four and the nationals came up again and got six to make it seventeen to for now the Reds about and they have a run home it is seventeen to five Washington the in the lab and now it's the last of the seventh inning there this that's the the game going on the Dodgers are underway in Miami and they've already scored three runs in the first inning and are still batting a Corey Seager hit a home run with Amanda board in that three run first inning he'll be Clayton Kershaw on the mound for the Dodgers they are the cardinals will be at Kansas city that has not yet started and the Yankees beat Baltimore six to five and finished the year seventeen and two against the Orioles including sixteen consecutive wins remember the Orioles won two out of three for the Yankees the first in a series of the year between the two teams and then the Yankees won sixteen in a row after that a Gary Sanchez hit his tent Homer of the year against the Orioles and he did not leave the Yankees in home runs against the Orioles labor Torah's with thirteen home runs the second pair of Yankees teammates to have ten homers more against the same team in the same season and the the other two the baby and the the iron horse Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig each had eleven home runs in nineteen twenty seven the murderer's row Yankees they both have eleven home runs against the red Sox that years so that kind of a bitter sweet for the Yankees because they have to be awfully fond of the Orioles the way they have just been beating them and beat them and be them again and again and again but the it's going to be kind of a Downer that they don't get to play them anymore this year's seventeen and to the Yankees record against the Orioles all right let's review this game the giants with a nine to five win over the Oakland Athletics with a nine to five win over the giants here game summary sponsored by the Silicon Valley here institute when you're trying to get back into the game think of the Silicon Valley hair institute the best in the bay for robotic hair transplants Oakland scored first against Tyler be the and they did it within their number one that weapon too bad nobody on and although BT got ahead of Matt Chapman he couldn't put him away missed badly with a couple of pitches so the cat went from one in two to three into out feel is deep here's the three two page swing.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Well he's the worst player being unanimously elected bollocks they always the writers that decided that would be many wasn't one of the words of all of hi Erin wasn't worthy of all the very young yet I think that that when when we are leaving this up to you guys may or may not have made or at all beside the legacy of these guys I think it's just a flawed with them and I'm going to hang up and we will wrap they are all it is a flawed system Tom Seaver had the greatest percentage before Mariana Rivera when it came to almost unanimous in your right if you look at the guys who should have been unanimous it should have been Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig absolutely Henry Aaron Willie Mays and then the list gets very short when it comes to unanimous vote I think it was the first perfect time to break that set of break that glass ceiling and give it to Mariano because his overwhelming postseason record with what he did with the C. R. A. in the post season his five championship rings any blew away the field of his position total saves so they had a guy with great character a tremendous Postgate a postseason pitcher any of the whole package so I think everybody realized at that time that they weren't going to get in the way of this and the appreciate the call thanks again keep calling that was the issue that they want to get away with a more Derek Jeter should be unanimous don't you thank I mean of Mariano Rivera is unanimous shouldn't Derek Jeter with his five rings and his numbers and everything he did as a captain of the Yankees be unanimous I would hope so but I think you won't be because a lot of great hitters and maybe better players a better Yankees before him we were not unanimous one hour up three more to go when we get up will reset here at the top of the hour the open championship Shane Lowry what he was able to do and maybe the biggest show we've ever seen in the history of a major when it comes to wish for by one player which is mind blowing you gotta come back in here that's that and we'll talk more about the hall of fame the induction a maybe who's going to get it out of the I think players and it should have an Asterix next on I love an Asterix put an Asterix on everybody but if you want to let a man you gotta let everybody know there's an Asterix JT the brick at J. do the brake on Facebook and on Twitter we here on CBS sports radio.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Tickets copes, did you guys with this new word of the day deal that you're gonna try to slip into the faceoff? Is there used to be Groucho? Marx thing that he did a show called you bet your life the second Groucho Marx reference. I've had today. That's right. You mentioned Bobby Valentine got a long text from my mom, who's ripping off which she just happy. Yeah. Forget about Gumbo marks the pod. I was like my God bless the giants. Bullpen did. The Marx brothers friendly family all written by the great comedic writer s j Perelman. Don't you know, he wrote all the stuff? But anyway, Groucho is one of the all time. But the word would be said in the duck would come down and swing back as it was their music for that. You guys can do. Maybe we'll find those terrifying. Air-raid bells, right? What else I've heard about Groucho Marx, you guys. He was a he he enjoyed many girlfriends in this time. He was a big celebrity. I didn't know that you when you talk Groucho us got to know the deal. Yeah. Famous line is is that when he was had a woman on there once she was the two contestants. He was doing. You bet your life in one woman was on some housewife in the fifties. And he said tell us a little bit about yourself, and he had his little thing. And she said, well, I'm a mother of eleven children and Groucho looked at the camera and the crowd was ROY the live studio and cities had eleven children mammy said he said, I like my cigar. But even I take it out once in a while. That was considered one of the most racy rentable live TV today. Great line, though. Go back and take a look at those guys. Like if you're into comedy, I'm into comedy. I like like studying these dudes vaudeville all of it. And I'll those guys are those. That's like the Babe Ruth. Lou Gehrig is like, you're you're you're you're Marx brothers, laurel and hardy, Charlie Chaplin, Abbott and Costello. We've hope. No, no. Is that too late? That's a different kind of thing. Stooge back in February. Well, we're talking with stooges with ship, by the way. It's interesting. You bring the stooges up, you know, where they are. Big like religion is Boston. All man, there's like a different level of stooge nece going on in Boston for you. The stooges means something else. In mean, something that listeners always want. That's coffee when it comes to rock and roll stooges my main man ezekie pop IV, drink.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"This is I mean, you wanna talk about World Series MVP thirteen time all star at cetera et cetera et cetera. Okay. Fine. One hundred eleven postseason innings pitched for Mariana Rivera over thirty two series in his postseason career. Forty two saves eleven earned runs. That's what it all on the line in a part of the season where somebody gets on first base and you as a fan big games over. That's it somebody that's on. I they're scoring and you're gonna blow it you're gonna lose. It Rivera was his close to anything of the end the game hippie automatic endgame button just merely entering as San man coming out of the pen is anybody ever and nobody's ever going to do this again point seven oh career postseason ERA. That's the lowest career postseason the ever. And I will say this. You wanna name the top five New York? Yankees of all time of all time since they put on pinstripes. Top-five Yankees of all time, Alex Rodriguez. No stop. Oh, stop it. Shut up. I mean trolling Mr. Bronson Arroyo over there. Okay. Babe. Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio. Mickey Mantle Mariano Rivera. And I know who I'm leaving off the list. Really? He's close though. He's close. No, no, no, no. I'm talking Yogi Berra Whitey Ford. And I know Derek Jeter who has you know, I say is the most perfect person that's ever been there. Easy. I'm rich. Lou.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning. Good morning to you, Joe Bartlett. They're all doing. Well. Thank you for joining us this morning. Thanks for inviting me to join you. I'm talking to the listener. Oh, I already got done with you. Because if you hadn't invited me, I would the cupboards. But thank you forget about it. Lyn our big three headlines this morning. They got some drones out there Newark they had to stop airline traffic yesterday with the drones flying around. We still don't know who flew these drones. But it's kind of a nerve thing. If you're going to be flying with the drones up there because they can do some damage so the authorities are looking into the drone problem at the Newark airport. Congratulations to Marianna Rivera inducted into the baseball hall of fame unanimously land as the Sandman was. Yeah. I didn't know that very good relief pitcher excellent. The best of all time. Bartlett slattery. Yeah. What else? Can you do what? We're number very significant number rounding out the free Alec Baldwin appears today in in the police precinct down in the village to find out if he's guilty or not of apparently knocking some guy who was trying to take his parking space. Now Alice Rossini W OR's reporter is down there. And I believe Alec has just appeared has shown up in a courtroom. We'll get a live report from a later this hour, he by the way, Marianna Rivera or a number forty two which was significant because that number nobody can wear in major league baseball. Do you have any idea? Why nobody's allowed to wear the number forty two in major league baseball because please please, please place. You could do this a MacKenzie? Let me know does it have to do with a another famous baseball player who wore the number. That's correct. Very good on the right path. Would that have a Yankee? No, it's all over baseball. Nobody on any team can wear the number forty two at all. But it because the famous baseball player want us to tell him let me say a groundbreaking famous. So from the thirties and forties. A well from the late forties. You're getting close if he's not forty cents to the fifties. Not a Yankee did you break a certain barrier. Yes. Jackie robinson. Number forty two. Being representing Mitha. Jackie robinson. Paying him. I assume there wasn't I number forty two vector. And me being the last player to wear number forty two and being elected to the hall of fame. Uniting is amazing. You know, all I have to say thank God for that. And that's from MLB network. But that was good the way you I'll be I'll be doing sports from now on by the way, I think will you tell me a Joe the Jackie Robinson only got seventy something percent when he was, you know, the idea of him being one hundred percent, I'm happy for him. And all, but there are many many other places not vote unanimously for Jackie Robinson during the hall of fame. Jackie Robinson, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig. Walter Johnson, honest, Wagner Tycom does go on Willie Mays Hank Aaron Ted Williams. Mickey Mantle come on. If you're gonna do unanimous. The do it to the big Derek Jeter will be a number one unanimously. Nah, he's not gonna make a nasty. There are some people. There are some writers out there who will always claim they may be from Boston Derrick. Jeeter was a. You know, just fortunate to be on a good team fortunate to benefit right? If he was on another team, he wouldn't have been where Marianna Rivera, no matter. What team he would have been on? He would have gotten guys out in the ninth inning. So anyway. About like Matt Harvey. Matt Harvey Matt Harvey. He's gonna get. He will if he buys a ticket. Players may get a pass. I would assume that they get a free pass players can get into the hall of fame. You know to go. Visit no he will not be inducted. All right here. We got the TV morning show mash up to make the rounds of the television morning shows and tell you what the guests are saying. So Nick Sandman he was the nice little Catholic kid who was taunted by those racist guys. And also by that Indian IT was banging the drum and his face. He's out there on the today show standing up for himself. It's weird to see your face on television. I've been reading a lot. And you know, I've also been getting a lot of messages from people go support and a lotta hateful things. Well, and he was talking with savannah Guthrie. He was talking about that other group in the black nationalists. Hebrew, like Israelites, I black Israelites Burnett. That's the hot dog the not a bunch of hot dogs, right? There are crazy those people anyway. So he was talking about that see that was the whole problem with the video people only saw initially the shot of Mr. Phillips banging, the drum and mister Sandman just standing there looking at him with this. And since he had to make America great again hat was the issue to be Donald. He had the hat. So therefore those kids are racist. They also are Catholics. That's a big no no from the mainstream media because they're against abortion. And they were they were at a right to life. I feel like the mainstream media is against working with. Thank you rush. Thank you, Sean. Here is thrown here here is Nick Sandman talking about that other group the black Israelites who are making all the noise. They started shouting bunch. Homophobic racist. Rugged Tori comments at us. What kinds of things did you hear them say that I heard them 'cause incest says kids pickets graces, they call us. What was that? There was a gay slur. That's what they call them lend. That's what they did. Not debating that. Why are you looking at me a bit this? No. But so anyway, you think he did something wrong. Tone of voice is that this. To your might tone of voice guys will take anything. You can't pick a listener can hear it. Trust me. Well, I hear from them after the show. Every day. Well, this is what this is the group that was screaming at them..

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"ruth lou" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"James? I'm Pam Coulter. The Senate will vote Thursday on two proposals. That could end the now thirty two day long government shutdown the opportunity and all this historic is right in the face. With government workers set to miss their second paycheck this week. The senate's Republican leaders scheduled a vote for Thursday on the president's latest proposal. The Bill includes Mr. Trump's wish for five point seven billion dollars in border wall funding in exchange some so-called dreamers. Young people brought here illegally as children would get three years of protection from deportation. But house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the Bill was no compromise. Because it was the president who eliminated those protections for dreamers in the first place. CBS's Nancy Cortes Pelosi issued a statement saying families across the country have been suffering under the shutdown for more than a month, adding Senate Republicans should reopen. The government not continue their complicity in the Trump shut down. GM? Now admits it as a problem and a plant in Toledo, Ohio to federal lawsuits have been filed accusing the automaker of ignoring severe racial harassment. CBS's dean Reynolds has to. Tale. The automaker says it is urgently working to identify which of its employees turn this Toledo plant into a cesspool of racism where African American workers alleged. They were routinely disparaged not only with the N word, but also with nooses swastikas and whites only graffiti on bathroom doors, GM's admission comes after months of sidestepping claims from eleven black workers, the New York Times says Pulitzer prize winning author and columnist. Russell Baker has died at age ninety three. Alan Baker says his father died at his Leesburg Virginia home from complications of a fall bakers column appeared in the times and many other papers for thirty six years. Tens of thousands of Los Angeles teachers are happy to be ending their walkout after six days. This is Steve Futterman in Los Angeles. Although some of the specifics are lacking the deal does give the teachers some of the key things they wanted. There will be reduced class sizes those redux. Actions will occur over the next three years. There will also be increased pay and there will be more support staff including librarians and nurses for the first time ever every voter. Agreed Mariano Rivera belongs in the baseball hall of fame. WCBS TV's Otis Livingston, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig didn't tie Cobb not even Nolan. Ryan no player had ever been voted into the hall of fame unanimously that is until tonight. The this is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom. Videoconferencing, turn.

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"ruth lou" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ruth lou" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"And now it's like he's out of work Steve votes in his that just got fire. So this should changes. So fad. Yeah. No. It's not great. And I like left which there were a couple of signs, but there's also was first geic like I'd like to see him like the Greenwich a little bit more before anything else. You know what I mean? No pursuit like this was. Yeah. This was second year last year. He was quarterbacks coach this year. He was quarterbacks coach and offense coordinator and next now he's out of work like this just that's the trajectory. You're going to be the next head coach. Or you're going to be fired six months. It's a ruthless gig. It's absolutely ruthless. It just seemed like import of the Ruth Lou ruthlessness. I'd guess it. Feels like nobody has anything figured out. Right. Like, that's the I we're gonna keep looking for offense of guys like McVeigh until somebody meets Mikva beats McVay. Then it's going to be we want that defensive guy then they'll beat him. And we'll go back to the u one running backs coach exceed the game from different ain't like it. It all cycles, man. The it's it's I don't know. I would also just be waiting for. Like the playoffs and just see like who sticks out because it's gotta be someone like all right? Was there like there are guys around? And when you hear about the other thing that drives me crazy like everyone's like McVeigh came out of nowhere. And then you hear his background is been working on NFL sidelines. It's us eleven years old, right? Of course. Lenny overnight. Citrus store here.

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