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"ryan pitchers" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Mood feelings of well being and happiness number nine and number ten what. Mlb legend born in nineteen forty seven pitch for the mets angels astros and rangers. What major league baseball legend born in nineteen forty seven pitched for those four teams. Mets angels astros and rangers. Those are all your questions for trivia. Snake i bet that you had some challenges there. There's some tough ones in there. But i hope you got him. We'll be right back with the answers after this trivia snake. This is a fun round for me to write. Because i just try and think of a subject or a noun or a celebrity or something that i've never asked a trivia question about before and that's where it kinda starts and i have asked questions about pepsi which was the answer to number one before but never those specific slogans The choice is yours right now. In change the script pepsi was your first answer. So we take the i at the end of pepsi and that gives us instagram for number. Two kevin systrom served as ceo of instagram before leaving twenty eighteen number three. The from instagram starts with our next one. Madagascar escaped africa and europe's most wanted sequel titles number four. We ended with an r and the answer to number four. Is ronda rousey who is rowdy and the arm collector and ufc number five. That is a y. We're looking for from rousey and that is caroline holding on baywatch jazz. Mean belief. Haven't heard that name in a while number five. She's also in baseball. One of my favorite comedies number six. Who wrote the book generation of swine eight and songs of the doomed in one thousand nine hundred hunter s. thompson also wrote fear and loathing in las vegas. Of course the end from that brings us to neutrogena the skincare and haircare and cosmetics company from a manual stoller off nineteen thirty and number eight. We go to an abacus. The toy and math tool that is also called a counting frame. The s from that will take us to serotonin the key hormone that stabilizes our mood and number ten the end from serotonin goes into nolan ryan pitcher born in forty seven and pitched for the mets angels astros and rangers. That was our trivia snake. I hope you enjoyed the journey. We have a factor today for you. That fact is that. There's a lego bridge in germany that you can actually walk across completely made out of legos. If you didn't know that go to germany go walk it up. Thanks so much for listening. Thanks for supporting the show on patriot. Patriot dot com slash trivia with buds. And thanks for all your kind messages all the time. Appreciate the emails and the social media. Shout outs and all that good stuff. You guys rock. Thanks for playing trivia of meat. We'll see it soon cheers..
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Yeah you know which which reminds me that poor guy on on instagram. Who's telling everybody going to buy them all jerseys. They liked that post at the dodgers. Win the world series. He's gonna be out lots and lots of money. Yeah so much money. He does that every year and he does it with a different team. Every year. it's been the yankees was like yankees last year before. Actually yeah yeah well this year. I think he's really going to be in trouble. Because i have a feeling. The dodgers are probably gonna win the world series. It's pretty good chance. It just got better is what i'm saying. Okay so like you said well hold on. The blue jays picked up right. Handed pitchers jose barrios and brand hand The nationals like. We said they dumped salary. Sterling marseille and yang gums. Go to oakland. Lester goes saint louis. Schwaiger goes to boston. The mariners you're saying made some subtle moves which is true Diego castio moves from get. They got him from the race for a reliever in a prospect. He's ryan pitcher in case you didn't know those. Are you talking about earlier. Yeah that's right and you said he's not there anymore. Yeah i still. I still have kiara up. Let's see what is this area right now. The ego castio. Or does he like to something one. Seven two two seven two two seven two. Well and i'll i'll tell you this. Though he did blow save the other day he gave up a walk off home. Run to join hyme in the tenth inning against the rangers. So there's that but anyway okay. It's gone up now. Yeah they also get abraham toro and Joe smith cat subtle. So we've noticed. Those people are one thing. I i did laugh by joe smith as golly. I hope his pitching his as boring as his name. First off and has been. He has gone three innings. Not giving up a hit or a run or walk. So that's been outstanding. Um your that's pretty good. This was a big deal for mariners. Fans trading away kendall raven rafael montero. People don't want him gone for awhile. He's been terrible..
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"I'm your host kevin molik. Thanks for tuning in everyone. Let's jump right into it. We got six trades. Left my goodness thirty six in total. We discussed with you guys here today. When we finally complete this segment and these final six trades all involved superstars they all involve all stars top in talent who have changed teams here and certainly going to shake up the race coming down the stretch as well as into the postseason and potentially put some teams over the edge. Here so let's finalize these last six and then let's get into winners and losers as we wrap up today's episode the philadelphia phillies. They acquired starting pitcher. Kyle gibson closer ian kennedy and prospects right hander hands cruise or krause from the texas rangers and a deal that sent right handed pitcher spencer howard right handed pitcher kevin gowdy and ryan pitcher. Josh gassner back to texas in this particular deal so the phillies they upgraded their rotation in their bullpen in one move acquiring the veteran right handers gibson. He was obviously one of the most talked about starters leading up to the deadline due to his hot start in the season which obviously got him his first all star selection for the twenty twenty one season he also has a contract runs through twenty twenty two. He's got a very reasonable salary of seven point. Six seven million owed to him next year. Which is a nice going rate for an all star and even if he isn't a number one or two in your rotation a three or four with all star upside certainly add some fantastic depth to the phillies gibson. Posted a two point zero zero. Era over his first fifteen starts through june but his value took a bit of a hit when he allowed sixteen earned runs over twenty three innings in the month of july but again gibson. He's going to be an upgrade to that phillies rotation that outside of zack wheeler nail. Nola with zach. Eflin on the injured list vince. Velazquez matt moore chase anderson at the tail. End certainly a nice upgrade there. If you're the phillies also have ian kennedy. Who's going to be a free agent after this year. He's made nearly three hundred starts over a fifteen year career but transition to the bullpen a few years ago and has had himself an excellent year for the rangers as their closer in thirty two appearances this year. He has a two point. Five one era over the course of the season with sixteen saves so he immediately becomes the closer here in philadelphia upon his arrival the phillies they send spencer howard back to the rangers. Howard was a second round pick in two thousand seventeen who became a top fifty overall prospect across major league baseball but he has yet to establish himself at the major league level. He's got a five point. Eight one. Era over seventeen games. Thirteen starts over the past two years so he has He's had trouble go and deepen games his first time through the lineup. He's been fantastic. But second second and third time through the order teams have certainly been able to figure him out they also gave up two additional prospects which are not in their top thirty and they get back krause who texas is number ninth ranked prospect. So i like this deal for the phillies. Basically give up howard and you get krause who was also a second rounder and twenty seventeen and then you give up to lower level arms for two big league arms so yes this may not be the difference maker phillies fans were hoping for but i think this is a good baseball trade. That gets them better today as well as help them be better tomorrow here as well. The la dodgers potentially make the move of the deadline in which they acquired right handed pitcher max scherzer and shortstop trae turner the nationals now. The dodgers gave up a pretty handsome return heading back and catch your keyboard release right handed pitcher josaia gray ray handed gherardo carrero and outfielder donovan casey. So this is one of the biggest blockbusters in recent memory as they lay in the three time..
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"It's it's fun to watch. But right handed. Pitcher peyton. Battlefield goes back to the indians. Battlefield was the raised number. Twenty ninth rated prospect. According to major league baseball the right hander owns a career one nine four. Era over twenty eight to minor league appearances so this was more of a lower level deal for both teams but ultimately both sides think that they improved here moving forward. The astros they acquired right handed pitcher phil mayton. And and catcher. Yanni air ds from the indians for outfielder mile straw. So straw so far this year. He is heading back to the indians are going to the indians. He's one of the fastest players across major league. Baseball he's got strong defense in centerfield seventeen stolen bases in twenty two attempt so far this season but he hasn't produced at a high level offensively. He's got a career line of two fifty six three thirty four twenty four so offensively leaves a little bit to be zeier. He's only got three home. Runs in five hundred ninety four plate appearances but he's been excellent defensively as ultimately the the astros are able to move on from him but the indians like his defense out there in center field. Now the astros. They had phil mayton maintenance twenty year twenty eight year old two seasons of club control after twenty twenty twenty one. So he's under control until twenty twenty three. He's posted a four five seven. Era over sixty three innings since the start of the twenty twenty season. Let's see he's racked up ninety three strikeouts over that time. With the thirty seven point nine percent with rate which puts him in the ninety eighth percentile so the astros get themselves and other bullpen piece here is they continued to add arms to one of the areas that they see of concern as they make a playoff push. The brewers made another move to help line up their bullpen. As they acquired ryan pitcher. John curtis from the marlins for catcher peyton. Henryk so the brewers add an effective right hander. And ken curtis say twenty. Eight year old. Won't become a free agent until after the twenty twenty-five season. So the marlins move on from curtis even though you had four additional years of club control which honestly you don't see guys with this much control being traded typically at the deadline so this deal itself was a little bit outside of the norm. Typically you get guys who will be free agents or free agents. After next year. I mean even if they have one additional year of control attends tends to drive up the price. But the brewers go for a guy who's got control in length to ultimately keep their window open as long as possible so between the twenty twenty season with the tampa bay rays twenty twenty one with the marlins curtis has pitch sixty five innings over the past two years to the tune of eight to two. Era he also has sixty five strikeouts to only twelve walks so ineffective reliever who doesn't put a lot of guys on base with a to era. Certainly a nice move there. From the brewers. Now catcher paint. Henry he was the brewers nineteenth ranked prospect according to major league baseball. Twenty four years old. He was milwaukee sixth round. Pick back in two thousand and sixteen and this year plain between aa and aaa has himself some very nice stats. He sitting to ninety seven with a three seventy two on base percentage. So the marlins again they had a piece behind the dish their aa aaa hitting..
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Eight hundred opie s and in the twenty twenty five games at the big league level this year. He's gone eight for forty four. But i mean he's he's still pretty good and swin. Sqi is twenty two. He say fifteen home runs in double a san antonio this year. And then i mean you could. I mean really. The list candidates goes on and on and on but like those are some really good prospects. But adam frazier is a really good guy that the padres at least get to keep for another year and he's such a valuable piece because you can put him anywhere in the field like that's what makes it so amazing is you can literally put him anywhere in the field except for maybe pitcher or catcher and you will be better off then having m- most people there like even like advertisers probably going to play a little bit a little bit more first base with the padres because of eric hosmer but they also might have them fill out. He's a second. He's a middle infielder by trade. He can also play third base and the outfield so like you to have him play seven nine positions and that is just amazing but after that on the twenty six th the yankees acquired right handed pitcher clay homes from the pie from the pirates for diego. Castio and roy park both are infielders and that move added more depth to the yankees bullpen with the twenty eight year. Old homes bringing a four ninety three. Era in his forty two relief appearances this year with new that sent him to new york. Homes also struck out forty four batters. His calling card is a sinker that he throws more than half the time and helping him post a seventy two point. Four ground ball rate in twenty twenty one. Now i think that whenever i see a guy that gets traded from a bad team like the pirates and then he goes to a contender like new york and i see that really really high four ninety three era. And i would. Actually i think i think about is. I think it's going to be a very good situation. Because in the other times he was coming in in most likely terrible situations like situations where he had runners on like in his relief appearance and then his defense wasn't very good either like the virus. Just aren't very good this year like it and so like it's every time i see like a pitcher something like that get traded on like wow like. That's pretty that's that's a telling sign that the yankees think klay homes is going to be pretty pretty good also on july twenty six. The as acquired andrew traffic from the cubs for outfielder. Greg dietsch men and right handed pitcher daniel palencia chaff. Chairman gives the as a second reliable lefty high leverage innings out of the back of their bullpen. Along with jake digman. The thirty-one-year-old has a two zero six. Era and forty three relief appearances for the cubs this year with thirty seven strikeouts and thirty nine third innings and then the cubs get back. One of oakland's top ten prospects in diekmann whose number nine hurt mlb pipeline. Who's having a very good season at aaa this year. And the twenty six year old is hitting three hundred eighty four. Thirty two on base percentage. Four home runs and seven steals and fifty nine games. Palencia is a twenty one year old right handed pitcher in his first professional season after the as scientists out of the venezuela in february of twenty twenty so the the cubs definitely got some really good prospects back like solid solid prospects. And i think i think trading for dietsch men is very very impressive trade especially considering your give. You're getting trough you're giving up schaaf men to an american league team up next. Though is the astros. They acquired on july twenty seven. Kevin gray excuse me kendall. Grave and rafael montero from the mariners. For abraham toro the third basement and right handed pitcher. Joe smith division rivals off trade to their game against one another on tuesday night. The astros beefed up their bullpen by acquiring grave man. Who owns a point. Eight two era in ten saves this season the astros ranked fifteenth Bigs with a four fifteen bullpen. Era and monteiro who was designated for assignment on friday opened the year as seattle's closer before losing the gig grave monteiro had posted eleven era. Since june sit in return the mariners. Br bringing a twenty four year. Old toro homered in seattle on monday. Soro had just hit a buck. Ninety three with a six twenty six through two hundred seventy four at bats in the bigs but he was ranked by mlb pipeline as houston's number three prospect in two thousand twenty and has an over one thousand ups at at the aaa level smith eighth thirty seven year old right handed pitcher as he's seven forty eight era through twenty seven appearances this year after that the reds ended up going in beefing up their own bullpen as well the reds went out and aguire lewis sessa and left-handed pitcher ryan pitcher louisa and left-handed pitcher justin wilson front from the yankees for a player to be named later and the reds added a couple arms to their bullpen. Early on that wednesday morning and sesa- is in the midst of his best season in the big as he carries a two eighty two era through thirty eight and a third innings. He's only allowed to earn runs in the past eleven. A third innings. Dating back to june. Fifteenth and wilson has struggled this season posting a six seventy six f. I p through twenty one appearances. But he did throw a couple clean innings over the previous week over over the prior week before that before that joe july twenty eighth i should say and the yankees trade saves the. It saves them some money in all. Honesty is wilson was owed about a million dollars this and has a two point three million dollar player option for twenty twenty two and sesa- is owed about four hundred thousand dollars for the rest of the season but he still have two years of arbitration remaining and then also on july twenty eight th the reds continued trying to beef up their bullpen. By trading for right handed pitcher michael gibbons from the rockies for case williams and no davis the reds continued to fortify their bullpen that wednesday and a day after they had not even a day the next about the day.
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on The Playbook
"Tom house founder of mustard and rocky call is co founder and ceo of mustard. Welcome to the playbook naming the how you guys are dynamic. Duo and i'm gonna start with tom. Tom you have so many different things that you could be doing with your experience. Why did you choose to get involved with mustard. I i'd like to say it was well planned out. It wasn't it's like the rest of my life. It's all happened organically bid. It just seemed to be one of those guys moments I've known rocky and his brother luc for a long time actually worked with luke as he was a professional quarterback in rocky used to come by. And sit in on some of our consults for quarterbacks in one day somebody partners. That actually asked. I wonder how many athletes go home. That could have been nolan ryan or a tom brady because of lack of information and instruction never realized that they could so that and rocky was you. That came up with an idea. I really can't remember. I think it was really jason goldsmith. Your other co founder. That had the idea for this jason's of now. We think the top mental performance coach in the world and David roger stay it's It's fun for me here. Tom house say he thinks he's lucky. For being involved in this for me. I grew up in has books. I keep one of my books from when i was a kid by me on the shelf. That's my actual copy. That i've marked up nolan ryan's pitcher's bible and so for me now to get to work with top house is ridiculous street and and I you know. I'm a recovered lawyer. Like like somebody else skoll anything for me. I had had just kind of started this career as an entrepreneur. I was honored lucky. I got invited to be a co founder in this company rethink with four members of the us. Women's soccer team. And i was. I was hoping to run that. An thomas jason. Jason really came to me with this idea of what if we could take everything else does with the best athletes in the world and we could provide it to kids everywhere. What kind of with that. Make the world for us. We look at the problem as seventy percent kids. Quick plants sports by the time they're thirteen or fourteen and we really think. Tom said that's because that's the age. Where if you don't have access to decent coach sports become not so fun. You get your butt kicked all the time starting to get competitive. Nobody enjoys that. We think with technology and with partnerships with literally. The best coaches of all time starts with tom. We can start to change that. We can start to give kids access to real coaching at a younger age. And give them a chance to keep playing sports. And that's how we think we're gonna we're gonna change the world you know. I think you're right to. And i think one other aspect and i read tom's book as well and you know it's curiosity. I think part of the problem kids. Quitting is without proper instruction without the knowledge base of having things to work on beyond just hitting a baseball offered tea or off a wire that when we create the imaginative side of being curious and understand what we have control of.
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Back to show five minutes after the hour second final hour and we're off for a few days. We'll be out tomorrow for thanksgiving and we're also taking friday off as well so You guys be safe. Be good to each other. Whatever that looks like and you know just trying to make logical decisions is all. That's all i ask anymore. What is a logical decision. Don't put steel metal poles in the ground freak everybody out and think that they're aliens colefax. That's a logical decision. Or maybe it's cool. I don't know yet Yeah that's how we started the show today the alien talk rockies made a big move colfax you ready man you ready for this. The rockies acquire right handed pitcher roberts steph robert stevenson and outfielder james hanna from the cincinnati reds in exchange for right handed pitcher. Jeff hoffman and right hander case williams so there you go stevenson's twenty-seven he may ten relief appearances with the reds in two thousand twenty had record. It didn't post a record. Had a nine point nine. Yara three walks and thirteen strikeouts. He made fifty seven relief. Appearances in one thousand nine hundred went three and two with three point seven. Era so nine point nine. A hannah twenty-three did not appear in a game. In twenty twenty. He was required by the reds from the as on july thirty first Two thousand and nineteen in exchange for ryan pitcher. Tanner rourke so okay all right. that's fine. okay. Cool making moves. Hoffman's basically the same pitcher a stevenson so often twenty-seven he went to and he had a nine point two eight. Era savings a little. Bit worse. so there you go. There's your move your move rocks. You're happy with that. let's let's go. let's get it going folks. People are in a really tough spot with colorado rockies when you look at the state of teams in in colorado as far as the big four you know the broncos can struggle mightily and the fan base is still there hell. There's radio stations in denver. You guys know that devote most of their time talking about the broncos. It's not going away. The rockies don't have that following the rockies can't afford it they haven't been good they haven't earned it so this whole nolan auto thing. I'm not surprised. I don't think you're a band wagoner if you're so frustrated with this team because when does the team when does it team move beyond just the logo. When does it move beyond that. Stop saying broncos. I bleed orange and blue you know when when does that stop it stops when ownership continues to do the same things that break your heart over and over again when you see when you see zero growth over time after time after time and like i know browns fans. God love you because you are dedicated. Cleveland browns fans there. They're always show up no matter what but when does a rocky road organization. When does when did they lose you. When will the broncos lou broncos probably. I want to say but it's the nfl so you're already. That's the most popular sport in this country. You have that going for you. The broncos have success have had success. I mean three championships. it's nothing to sneeze at one.
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"John John how are you good thank you how are you so last night they had to the game four of the two thousand four Yankees red Sox I'm I'm twenty I'm twenty four so now so like I was eight years old and usually I don't like watching the ball games entreaty column actually met them but at that time at a young age I like to keep my father who was a big mess either take it all in my R. I. like Yankee delta Yankee but just re watching that game so it was in the bottom of the fifth inning L. do que Orlando Hernandez they were up to nothing they had to out the loaded the bases and it was just like a bunch of like silly silly mistakes but then my question is so Joe Torry let the men to face David Ortiz a bases loaded at the time are they had I think the Joe Bob was saying her ready a lefty was struggling so he left a game could be quality got hit made it three two I do think it's fair to say that in this day and age in Arab right back then in two thousand or the managers were really like putting the starters in elimination games like right away granted they were up three nothing but don't I think it's fair to say like perhaps maybe if you put a starter in or somebody else no exact until you and I tell you why would I tell you why you're wrong about this on a lot of levels Hey like you said Joe it's a three oh lead you're not pressing panic buttons yep but here's the biggest thing because I remember this series as vividly as anything I'm for a living and dying with every moment of this series and I I feel bad for Yankee fans were listening right now but he brought it up you trusted L. do que you trusted him and so I don't care if David Ortiz is a lefty is a righty is whatever L. do gays on the mound you have a lead in the fifth inning and one thing Orlando Hernandez did so brilliantly for the Yankees not just in this game but throughout his career if you get in trouble he was a perfect analogy dominate you yeah your dad is still be all my god did he know how to get big outs no no question this was a rare time in which he didn't David Ortiz came through get used to it by the way David Ortiz came through with a two RBI single which in the moment actually gave the red Sox the lead the red Sox jacket actually leaving this game and then the Yankees scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning to retake the lead then obviously everything set up for the bottom of the ninth inning and then in Ortiz hits the game winner in the twelfth inning but I don't think that's a first guess second guess I don't think that's any gas you are bill do okay on the mound Joe with a lead two outs in the fifth inning I'm trusting him more than I'm trusting Felix already up your tendon starts Hey look at do Kay was a money pictured is no doubt about the the other thing to keep in mind is remember what that Yankee rotation was in the post season that year you adult okay you have Mike Masina two guys who I think you had decent trust form the other two guys in the Yankee rotation with Kevin brown a bad version of Kevin Bryant right right and Jon Lieber does Europe like Jon Lieber was on it yeah in the bullpen outside a Marriott you know US hobby Vasquez who is pitching out of the pan yeah and flash Gordon yeah right all Quantrill who Joe tore used a million times I think he's the one who got the loss in that game to give up the home run or tease and you have her ready yet so you didn't have the nasty boys coming out of the bullpen to where you're going to use it in the fifth inning you trust they'll do game more than anybody else yeah wasn't the bull pen they had in the nineties it wasn't apple pay you're right no and you know what even then it forget the different eras of baseball to the person you're dealing with Orlando el Duque Hernandez his career is best remembered for getting outs like that yep yep so I only Joe Torrey did anything wrong and like I and being in a walking boot as a matter of you guys in a walking as the sprint they could be out for the playoffs my dad of course you know it's funny the Mets fictitious rotation for two thousand six with off the charts instead it was John Maynard Ollie Perrin topical well yeah right let's go to Cosmo instead nominate because while you Hey what's going on guys not everything goes up because well good they're good offers phone call or letter are both from within about I had a question for Joe because I'm always that's what judge and just like me as far as work because they picked the bowl or a dish that's great about the bottom up what do you think they need to do as far as the wide receivers as is there any agents open create history open not I don't know what to do about this point I mean I what are you gonna do I mean what you know they are not going to come up with the you know the Andre Hopkins is a common in you know I don't think that's going to happen I I think they have what they have and we got a whole food you know first of all that means turns out to be a real deal let's puts hope that's the case let's all pyramid is you know gets better you'll be shot Perriman you know he's he becomes at least at least for Robby Anderson was at least that kind of productive guy you gotta hope you get something out of it added tight ends you know certainly Griffin may be harmed in I don't know who we already know forget about a new one and I got a I I look at it this way levy on bill's going to be more involved in the passing game as is this rookie I got from Florida so I mean that's how I look at it I I you know there's a lot of it's going on here I don't think you've got a yeah I don't think it's going to be any big upgrade happen anytime soon yeah I mean the only way they could have a big upgrade is a surprise trade because the free age right out there just not appealing in the role Richards in Damarious Thomas you could bring back yeah I mean Josh scored another opportunity I mean that they're not great options out now they had their chance I think to improve themselves the wide receiver position and for the most part they punted on it I mean they they did make the pick of Denzel mims I think a lot to get a bit but you know obviously right all out right yeah good I mean he needs to be a productive guy right away and then sell meals hours are concerned but but look at what they did in free agency was essentially just replacing Robbie Anderson right they were not involved in any of the big trades because big wide receivers were obviously trade starting with the Andre Hopkins Stefan Diggs and they only had one wide receiver in the draft so they had their chance to upgrade the big way and they really didn't do it for the most part nope townies in Brooklyn a Tommy Tommy Hey what's up guys you know you've been talking about the the bracket a pain in the trades and how some of those trading you know we never recovered from you know whether any of your things which are for the most part nineteen one Charlie that I I don't need to talk that much about is this guy cabinetry now if Nunes train design near an old rock you have him and also if you have him in oh seven oh six and already he was actually an all star and the metal on the brink of the post season in all seven oh eight and you have a kitchen in oh six in the quarter all and then at one end or seven already you're you're matching Casimir and Santana being healthy I mean you've got one hell of a rotation and if I was the winning pitcher in the AL east during that period of time I think in all time I don't tell me I think we have talked a lot about Kashmir for Zambrano honey we've argued with Jim Duquette about it Rick Brunner said about it right right is it something that you know is in the pantheon of worst trades of all time probably not because well Scott Kasner had a nice career he might not have a great career right Seoul it's definitely a trade you and I have talked about and I think to varying degrees still bother us all these years later I think the biggest problem I had with the trade as it turned out was that it did ship that Kashmir was at the time this is what you catch that chip in four correct yeah you know I think that was the biggest problem with that trade when you look back at totally agree yeah that was my biggest problem that you've got this incredibly highly regarded left right handed prospect right nineteen twenty years old and you cash them in for damaged goods you could cast a man for god knows what else but I think the other thing is it's not as simple as saying Hey if Casimir's here look at his numbers in two thousand six he would've been great he was twenty two years old and it would have been pitching in New York as opposed to Tampa I don't know how he would have done in this town are you don't you don't know you don't know but it definitely is a trade that you and I and many Mets fans have talked about it we we understand how bad it was in the moment and how bad it turned out all time but I think what softens the blow just a little bit is the fact that Scott Kasner had some good years but he never became now what was it like they thought he was going to pay you know then that that was that never happened yeah you know I mean it's like it's not the Seaver trade you know it's not the David called trade you know it's not the rusty soften the kilo X. ray no it's not Nolan Ryan pitcher for ghostly image none of those things about Daryl walking as a free agent right so all I you know I can't put that any you know that that deal in any you know anywhere near those things if we made a list of the top ten or even top twenty worst transactions in met history whether it's letting a guy go as a free agent or making a trade it's you're right it's not the top ten I'll give you if you just from the last few years probably not non tendering Justin Turner right how bad is that that's a bad one terrible the free agent signing of Jason bay I mean how bad that when I was there was a report of the cavalcade of washed up second baseman's they've acquired over the years your call is by Erica Robbie Alomar yeah so it's you know it it's the only about to get Louise gas the we can't forget Louise cans of the cavalcade is right Gary is in Emerson Hey Gary Gary how are you right good quick comment in the question I think very quick Jordan never got political as ever through without knowing he did fall and spike Lee's nineteen ninety two MalcolmX were kind of quietly but he did do that analytical I mean I don't really I mean it's just more of a documentary on on on on MalcolmX than anything else I don't know if I would call that a political statement by Michael Jordan yeah I wouldn't either I think that's Jack funding and I wouldn't say that right Jenny's at Red Bank a Kenny Kenny how are you yeah you don't sell it back in yes about eighty seven I was working at a sporting goods store in.
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on Movies of the Damned!!
"Protocol. Andy names the doll chucky and quickly forms a strong bond but eventually discovers that the dolls actually evil as chucky kills his cat and his mother's boyfriend a large confrontation ensues with Andy eventually destroying the doll. But not before chuckie seemingly transfers. It's a our awareness into a new doll. John Opening thoughts. You have to tell you. I was pretty excited to see this film and has a very happy when it popped on prime. I never see in the theaters. I was a pretty big fan of the originals. Mostly the first one I liked because it was new and different. And it Kinda SORTA hold new franchise so I was always interested in that so I was pretty excited to see this and other than you know the obvious stuff. I had a good time but does like. I had a really good time with us yet like this is arguably like the eighties movie. Like if you if you would talk like for horror that what would pop into your head for the nineteen eighties. This would have to be in the top. Five for Isis notable works. Yes for sure and so yeah I get. Get your son excitement right and on. They made a ton of movies in this franchise so I thought it was. Kinda COOL THAT. They didn't just make another sequel. Did they thought you know what? Let's re imagine it And lectures not straight up remake original. Let's make it a little bit different for sure because this was much different than the original in terms of the the setup. Would you agree with that absolutely? That's what I was really happy with. It wasn't necessarily a remake. It was more like a reimagining and I mention yeah exactly I really liked it after. Tell you though. Like the first the first production company that came up on screen like it was a Ryan pitchers that is the exact same like I guess graphics or whatever from the from the eighties I was like. Oh Yeah I was pretty excited about that. They brought that back. Because you don't see that like they don't do that stuff anymore right so like it was really. It was an older screen and older setup so I was like. Oh that's pretty cool so I think from the very beginning I was really into this and then I think it at no point really disappointed me this obviously some issues and that we're probably most likely go over pretty soon but other over although like I recommended. Ethan the watch this. I said you should watch this. It's you know it's entertaining. It's fun and it's different than than what you thought it would be. Yeah honestly I didn't know what to expect going into only have high expectations. I didn't have expectations To be honest lake. I don't remember hearing to too much when this thing was in the theaters on like good or bad. I don't remember hearing very much at all. Like I remember there being a ton of buys when they kind of the first poster was released and was kind of they let people know that this was happening but after that it Kinda came and went At least at least on my radar a little bit so when you said let's let's take a look at this one. It's on Amazon. Prime rate really hasn't already been theaters like he caught me off guard more than anything. I knew I remember when it was in theaters. I wanted to go actually asked to Ethan the go and for whatever reason school or whatever we never saw made it. Yeah so I never made it and I was Kinda waiting for it to show up and it did so and then you kind of watching the movie and it gets going and I love the opening scene I loved it it. It opens with this. Just kind of really setting the scene and just explaining what this presentation a unique way to really kinda. Let the viewer. No right away. What's going on? Yeah so also showed the potential capabilities of the new buddy. All right with the Wifi able to access all your stuff rate so the through modern spin on it from being dealed deal. Chucky was just pretty much plastic. Doll that you know had some preprogrammed sayings and movement animations right like this. One was fully autonomous. Control your Your whole home. If you know it's like you're Google home thing or whatever it was right or your Alexa Homesick. It can control all that stuff and this is straight up. This is like a robot interact with great so and I like how they set that up. Because it's like the original wishes like data hold demonic supernatural possession of the doll right so It was given human qualities immediately right so as this one I thought they went a different route with it which I thought was very interesting so I do have to say though like when that programmer took off all the safety protocols I know why they did. It did the way that they did. But it said that they were in Vietnam right making the dolls and But the computer typing was English. Okay so that's an issue right there. But but I do have to say the one thing about that scene that I liked. And if you're if you're a fan of the Joe Rogan experience podcast. Joe Rogan. Talk sweated all the time that in some of these countries were like High-tech phones are made and things like that People jumping out of the factory has become such preventing that they've actually installed nets to prevent people from jumping. I did I did hear that. That was. That's that's like kind of highly disturbing Joe. Joe Rogan always brings it to say how many people had to jump before he put nets up. Yeah right and isn't quite a few right and it just Kinda wild that that's how this movie starts a disgruntled employee. Kind of modifies this chucky all admit suicide in that way. But you're right. It's a kind of cooler two different spins demonic. Possession at on this is just under. The doll is programmed. Out of the I guess. The possibility of being a evil like the fellow never put any evil computer chip in or anything like that just took away the filters forcing it to be good if that makes sense for sure. It's like if you ever see you like I robot or whatever late so These androids or whatever would be programmed with You know rules do not harm humans. Do not do. It was like in Robocop as well as their program to safety protocols to not harm to humans or whatever right so I don't think it necessarily would have been that in the safety protocol but it would have been more like you know Don't say bad words and don't do this and you know what I mean like. These things that would mitigate its learning because the learning the learning would have been structured What it could except in what it could repeat because throughout the film they're saying your guy says that it's amazing. They're not supposed to say that you're not supposed to swear right. So they give indication of what the learning protocol would be and when I found interesting though is like it was like those films were Some sort of alien a robot comes to Earth or whatever it watches humanity and learns from us and it learns some terrible things as well as good. You know what I mean so I I really liked. How you watched chucky evolve right so from you know complete innocent. Then he was to be sitting there with with everyone watching Texas chainsaw massacre and how it and all that type of stuff and how he was encouraged to swear and how he encouraged to do violence and because it was funny for other guys to make these videos like just is very. I really enjoyed this film. Okay and there are a lot of interesting parts of this one thing. I wanted to get your opinion on right. Away is the look of the doll. How do you feel look in the Gulf compared to classic truck you at say I'd like to and I don't know it's they? They they were fairly close to the original. I don't really think it was necessarily race because when I think of the original I think that the the classic chucky image and this was similar but it wasn't the same just like do you think they should have gone with regional or do you think that this updated version needed an updated Dole. Well I don't know how much how much would you updated? You still need to have some ties to the original. Otherwise you lose you lose the target audience that you're going for right. You're going for that. Niche market that remembers Chucky. And then you're hoping those guys will bring their their kids or he'll tell someone else about this film right You know what I mean. 'cause like I remember I remember seeing this as when I was younger and now have nineteen year old son and I just told him to watch it so they're hoping for someone exactly like me right so I don't think you want to get too far away from it however I will say I don't. I wasn't too fond of the is going red. I I like that either because like the things not evil things programmed into it just the fact that it did you know what I mean. It just didn't have been nice protocol so I don't even understand. The red is either because as we've already talked about this thing wasn't possessed. There is no demand or anything in it. Yeah it was like symbolism for symbolism sake but it's still needs something something based in logic even though it wasn't really a logical movie but there's still some sort of rules that you need to be grounded it and I just didn't think that applied really. I don't think I agree with you as but I know why they did it. Though it was last seen so that you could show that he had transferred his AI to the new doll. Now is the only way that they could indicate. But I'm fully on horrid. What you're saying that Kinda didn't make since the I look at it that way. It's more like all the could for. That could have had them do that. Evil Smile Kid Tom to do. Yeah would that works. As a problem solved would've worked just as well so for me. The whole red eye thing was completely completely pointless It was only for me what from what I could tell was only used for symbolism purposes. Red Devil evil intent type of stuff right so So that's what they had right. Yeah but so. He kind of gets doll and it gets played up. Did anti bit of a loner doesn't really have too many friends. And it gets a stall and they do form a bit of a bond right away but at least from my perspective John. They didn't spend a significant amount of time together but they they did formative bond gets to one of my big.
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You know I like the sports updates right at least twice a show yep the truck was in here and I thought I would do it but it does not organized to do it and likely to show a good flow in we just didn't need it yeah do we even need shock are not close so good as per day this is burden you can't torture of his birthday yeah I'm all paranoid I was burnt down yeah a so it's just so funny how that all came together that I remember that he was going to be and when you brought the donuts in tonight I can't believe that I didn't know yeah I was I I well again we didn't know again you know it's only about the six weeks ago as far as I'm concerned you don't think I think drugs are twenty five today may or something like that what what whatever yeah but you know they they can use their phone for all those that were not just a reminder to me an interesting we got a ton of phone calls and I maybe the green button does he don't see the green by chunks great thank you I'm just okay Chucky just sitting around for those you were waiting for the Rosalie Michael said email me Johnny chilled the segment I'm gonna tell you why because it was a pre record you couldn't be with us tonight good walk away from wherever she was for an hour for you know I never buy that stuff by the way wait till I reach out to her age tomorrow Monday so anyway it was a little too long for the segment I hate pre recorded segments although Jeff's pre record with Andrew more stand with was excellent Rosalie was good rose was good it was in it you're not gonna have Rosalie tonight next week she'll be with us and I saw that her agent had sent me sense not available in the night other what's today the ninth in the whatever she better be available next listen she knows her stuff she does she is so good if you don't I I really think she's worth waiting the whole so listen to show but other things had to come for the show that I call you but we do our interview yeah so Rosalie you'll come back for this week you just have to figure it out yourself yeah yeah that's something I have been doing it it's good job of that so so anyway if you want to get on quickly eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two motels dot com so quickly yeah there's free agents out there in baseball yeah and we talk you talk about collusion a there's a decent names out there who made that are you know nothing major major Briggs sizers pictures a lot of you know thanks guys obviously I'm driving is any names at a really sticking out to me Travis d'arnaud Josh Donaldson dust on it is a three eight is gonna go to the bridge I would think that the rays re signed a I don't know how you can and they can't rely on Duke rightly right to come into play third base yeah that's interesting he really started out hot and give and give Donaldson credit by the way you know you signed a one year deal you have a bad year yeah yeah that's tough in there if you guys like that he's gonna get long term he is a a and a classic old time ball player by the way that's a dirty just money ground out because he signed a one year deal he is again that's what I think there is collusion because why wasn't he sign I don't know if you want you trying to get the numbers down I I truly and they showed by the way because at the end of the day who's gonna pay for that I think the numbers get a paper I remember that too high it's so listen we're not going to solve this issue in two minutes the collusion is illegal so I don't know what to tell you well you can't prove collusion no it's just that's why I don't even like to talk about because you can't prove it now I'm all behind them listen when you got guys turning down two hundred million dollars a year it's hard to explain the numbers are the numbers are not a particle plane collision that's all that's all I'm saying I'm trying to I'm looking through some of these this guy seems to be available all the time ever knows Jonathan Lucroy is always available on it he's got trays of those times good solid back you know kind of a catcher defense is also now because I'm looking through there's no you know huge names that that are available well rendered owned and run does a good like you know Washington going to re sign him how could they not I don't want Travis d'arnaud coming off a year is a free please he's a free agent please so and I guess a bomb gardens gonna be that easy grant he's gonna get a lot of money Bumgarner cold around the home yeah it got a and and plot acted as always the Mets are not even in the possible so what they're doing and all yeah Simon don't I don't know if we're gonna sign rained down on Sunday and then I'm gonna talk to run though probably not by the way it's interesting with that guy's a great player great in his numbers are great everything he just doesn't come across as like a superstar even though he is what now that's going to change very putting the weight of the world and why it wasn't for study I still think it's the greatest thing is this is that if if ESPN does their best champion of the year right yeah of all the check they got to be number one I mean I think how could they not I think so I know known as a big upset in the hold right Bryce was saying bracelets do you know so it is it is not required as a new car bracelets it was such an enjoyable World Series you know yeah for you know before you know you blink your Ryan pitchers and catchers will be yeah while I'm ready it's crazy I'm always ready it's a long season for baseball players by the way yeah do you think about it yeah there is a grind yeah I think it's too I think this cut them a season that's one of my things I've been saying for a long time I also think for hockey basketball players when they go back to back in different cities or whatever yes that is a grind yeah that's tough stuff and and the Knicks have now for prison doesn't come back to New York now this now this is this is really stupid please Apollo I apologize who won the game last night the Nixon did they played Dallas last week last night who won the next one now yeah I am so I wasn't I didn't seem to me that the next president played well actually wow that's a big one yeah what's the Marcus Morris I think a nice win for the next very good well after getting their **** kicked in for each other's posing as get booed when it comes to MSG probably don't care he's a good team well this is the the deluxe is pretty well about was it a a nice time I don't know the final score but it was a good game I forgot to they were playing last night yeah interesting that kid did well the the point guard which one the concert Nicolini the defensive point yeah but he's but he's doing well on offense now he's certainly well it you know there's a lot of pressure on sept that that that kind of player defense of guard your it third guy off the bench kind of thing that the stopper yeah the other guy shooter stopper yeah kind of thing but listen yeah tough it's tough it's tough to find good quality point guard and then it's a story to look good I gotta say yeah they they've been looking good it's not just Cairo don't forget a lot of these guys played together last year yeah it's starting to try to see if you will looks like we're coming in this week show as always I hope your team wins I want to thank Jeff loses he had shot by I haven't only your calls and I suppose you want to thank you the listeners utilising the talking for Donna Saturday evening I'm.
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of the year little bit, you know, whether warming up I think, you know, this is a good day for him. Not to start. You're going to send your club out there to face Cal Quantrill. You and I you as a player me as a broadcaster member, his dad Paul pitching, similarities differences, what you see between dead and sun. Well, there's a there's a little bit of similarities. You know, I think that, you know with Paul he had a good breaking ball. His son has a good breaking ball. I think you know, his son throws a little bit harder than than his dad did. I think that's the case for, you know, a lot of players this day and age that the, the son who does rise at this level. Throws harder than his dad seems like everybody still ardor. But you know they're both the they were both Ryan pitchers with good field pitch. You know, Hetty pitchers you know, mix of quality pitches. So there's, there's a lot of striking similarities in that regard. But for your ball club like we started this abounds back last night. And obviously you want to keep it down with a big trip coming. Yeah, no doubt about it. Jay every, you know, every every series every game every trip, you know, a get us all the time about the importance. And they're all port equally important. So, you know this is a big trip. Coming up, obviously in division. You know, we got the down backs in the dodgers and the giants in a in a longer trip. So the it'd be good to get through these Padres here with the with a number of wins. Well individually, we're going to say go get him tonight. That's right. One at a time, thanks. The butt-black show was driven to you by shop out of motive time for a break and the KOA Rockies radio network..
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Trevor is certainly proud of the achievement. But so was what he did in the bottom of the ninth to two story driven to fail. CD's. Winter for Trevor's story. And rockies. Style. On a nightmare teammate. Baseball history drivers story hit. So walk off two run over his manager at it. It's something he's come to expect from one of his key players. You know, you never know how games gonna unfold, but, you know, I always feel good about a number of our guys when it's hot and it's late in the game in and Trevor's wonderful till I was, you know, a haven't seen the pitch. But it looked to be down down out away from him. Drove at the other way with power, the bow squared up was bullet. Two strikes against, you know a tough, you know, Ryan pitcher so. You know, that was, you know, some of the things that we've seen Trevor do over the last couple of years. The guy that bud black says is built to play every day is in the lineup again. Tonight anxious to continue his story by helping the Rockies to their next win. Let's take a quick break. We've got more to come on the KOA Rockies radio network. No crashes.
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Our number two. What do you mean? What's up? They used to rockets are out of it. They don't even have to go home. They are home. Stay home. Go golfing. You're done. Golden State wins it one seventeen one thirteen one eighteen thirteen sorry about that two hundred thirty one points game goes up and over the total real quick before we get back with our guests. I have Brad powers studio. One of my favorite people. You know? Nobody more intelligent as far as college college football college basketball. He's pretty darn good as well. Jolie. See and Brad powers have been part of my Friday night show. And when I get those two college football brains together, it's just the best makes my job very very easy and very enjoyable on Friday nights as we break down every single game against the Vegas number for Saturday schedule. And I'm talking sunbelt MAC doesn't matter mountain west were on top of it all and again, it's very easy to do. When you have Joey see Brad powers Brad is here. Brad group going to Notre Dame football Rudy Ruediger got to talk to him few days back. My brother-in-law Mark advent. They met Rudy. They're working on a chain where drew Brees involved as well called walk onto two great chain. That's going to be come into which is exciting in its own, right? But marked hanging out with Rudy text me. Yeah. Hanging out with Rudy. And let's say Rudy unlike Ruediger and question, Mark. And he's like, yeah. He's like what a great guy. So any you know, he lives in Vegas. I Mike night in no lived in Vegas. I knew had been here few times because I've heard him on some of the radio shows. But I said, hey when he comes out here. See if you could come on the show sometime. Sure. Enough couple of days later Rudy calls. Yeah. You need me on the show. What day let's work it out. I said how about Friday night. He said I'll be there. He made it here. Brad powers here as well. I'll run down the scores, and we're gonna get into it. And Brad gonna run most of the show because I want him to get everything from Rudy that he wants that. Notre Dame connection because Brad has been his family. They believe Notre Dame. I enjoy it. I just wanted to take both of them off somewhere in the US tank here. Just because that's one of the greatest rivalries, we talk. Ohio State Michigan. We talk Alabama Auburn, but USC Notre Dame's been going back a long time. And there's been some story games over the years. Real quick major league baseball games or final National League matinee style. Cubby? Shut got shut out by Milwaukee. Seven nothing GIO Gonzalez pitched a gem eleven to to the Mets finally wake-up gets offense. They pound Miami. At city field to to one Pittsburgh doubles up on Saint Louis. Cool. The Corneau's right now nine to to Colorado chorus field beating the Padres behind Marquez. Andy, Iskoe gave that play out last night, Tehran and Grinky and a good one one one in the bottom of the seventh inning there in Arizona to nothing. Dodgers over Washington. That's top five. Cincinnati four nothing lead. Bottom five at San Francisco. Eighty three angels over Baltimore. That's now in the top half of the ninth inning finals from the American League. Four three Toronto gets past the White Sox fourteen to one the Red Sox. Roll over Seattle and Rudy was wearing his Red Sox as a fun runner of three the Yankees get passed down at the Trump six nothing. Minnesota shut up rotaries over Detroit at target field Burland shutout as well of Texas three. The final there in three to Oakland behind Frankie Montas leading Cleveland. That's the bottom of the sixth inning and five one Kansas City gets passed Philadelphia Bailey over area without further ado, we've got Rudy Ruediger. Brad powers. Brad. You're you're for some question for Rudy. Well, you've talked about finally broke through and got the meat. Angelo. Did the hoosiers connection really healthy Rudy would actually did the hotel manager and south bend brother went to Indiana? You who was in the fraternity with Angela David, and they kind of put hoosiers together. My final meeting at Notre Dame, which has no we love you Rudy. But we're not interested don't ever come back and talk about this project again. So I walked out. I meet don't tell manager. He's out of the meeting goes. Well, well, hey Rudy. Would you be interested in talking? My brother said sure, whatever out the Hollywood for eight years trying to get to know people, and I met people like body by Jake comb the story. They kept positive about it make a long story short. He says the brothers coming in that what is brother Barbies, if you've been Barnaby we sat there, and he's about to movie as how would you know? It's a movie have you ever seen a movie hoosiers? Yes. My buddies put that together, and I was part of basketball. I said well elect the meet Angela I'm gonna make that happen go out to California to meet them. And that's when everything derail. When I did. Go up got fired from my job because I kept going out to California too much and Boston like, so, but I still went out and you'll never showed up for the meeting, and I just made a decision better go find him, and I walked the streets of Santa Monica. And that's where I met the mailman that brought me Angelo store. And I said that was the most important I've ever had finding knocking his door. And here's a serendipity of life. You never know you never know port that knock is even though you're rejected ejected at the moment. Because angel- said I'm not interested in another sports movie. I'm looking to do other John Deere's, and I hate Notre Dame. But you have a good story. Hung on that two more years. Go by cutting grass shoveling snow in south bend was he a UC? He was Indiana University. I became friends with Bobby Knight years later any making long story short. I get a phone. Call two years later for Manjula. No, there's a kid at Cornell University. This is what's great graduate from Cornell ends up at a Ryan pitchers. He's an executive at a Ryan, Mike Bellavia, and rob freed Angelo, David did hoosiers. Well, now, rob goes over to Columbia Pictures, and Frank price who went to Michigan state who applied at Notre Dame got turned on it Notre Dame and was a walk at Michigan state, and rob. Was had to pitcher deal was so I married ax murder that was his first anyone of sports movie. So he calls the guys in from hoosiers. So how important was that knock on the door? Wow. All right now, this knack was so important. I didn't realize that the time that they rob asked him. Do you have a sports movie in my and they totally said, no, no, no, I'm not going to do and David ends by was a director of and and Hoosier says about that test pesky kiffin that stock to he was so determined to tell a story it was for his father and him and and wraps wait a minute. A father son determine a like that. Right. That's great Notre Dame. I like the feel of it. He commissioned on the spot that right? They write it, and they green, but Frank price loves it. We think we have a movie he leaves Columbia pitchers. Marquette comes in doesn't like the script on the script goes in. Now, another great relationship to Mike Medavoy who is now in charge of Tristar Pictures, who's assistant company of Columbia. Rob takes script over to Mike Medavoy. He said, let's do it. And that's how quick now what they didn't know Angela writes script, they now like I said Columbia likes it would think price but some turnaround, but they gotta move because nineteen ninety two and they have to want to shoot it now while they call me. So we gotta get going. So you had to put on the stuff together. But they never asked. You Notre Dame fat? How'd that go? Well, that's not good. Yeah. I don't know because not I had to sign a letter plate department. Never talk about the movie again walk on campus or the Barbie from this university. Because I was such you know, talking everybody they didn't like it. Well, okay. So you stayed away from them. I get a call for Manjo, David jacker produce. Okay. Now, we got come to south bend. We gotta go. Well, let let's back up for a minute. We don't have a complete go at Notre Dame. What are you talking about? I said, well, they don't want this movie, and they don't wanna shot on this campus. You got forty eight hours Rudi nets. It. We're going to scratch the project. So my guys of forty eight hours to convince Notre Dame to do it. Now, I had nine years trying to convince them right now. Had a movie shot on campus since new rochdi which was nineteen forty and it wasn't on at Notre Dame. So so Notre Dame's protecting image. Yeah. They don't trust. How I can't blame Notre Dame. I understand Notre Dame. I could see why they're fighting me. It's not about that in. They have their movie they have their image. We don't need this. You know, a kid coming in the back door, and this is a real story. Oh, new rocky with kind of like made up and a lot of ways. And in what make a large short? I prayed went to the ground, and it came to father Boesch gotta go see father Boesch Bilbo sham. He's approve of a walked in his office. And I just happened to hit them at a time where he needed to hear some good positive enforcement as parents were just murdered but his car, so he was in mourning. And there was a thing coming out real stupid book, and Lou Holtz, and they needed some distraction. Yeah. You're comes. Got your answer. I got twenty five million dollars in a major studio he listened because he understood women you got twenty five million dollars and a major students. Yes, we have tri-star studios, and they have a budget for twelve making another twelve for being a says, no tell me more about this. I said, well, we'll shoot this movie. I want you guys on board. So we could shoot anywhere because it's a public domain, right? Right. But TriStar wants to shoot it at Notre Dame. They don't wanna shoot it anywhere. Why never told him and what we met when Angela David they made them on a Friday a remake them on a Monday. We got the approval. So we got afford a oh know how have you how happy were you? When when you when you understood, well, I pulled it off in the forty eight hours. It wasn't I expected it. If you want another truth, it wasn't whether it was I knew it would you know that feeling I can't explain it. I knew. I got the father Boesch amping needed. This Notre Dame needed this people need this. So how could say no to this. Another knock on the doing the not errors per seasons. Angelo, PISA and father Boesch Bush MP recognized. You're not from confession. Back to this day. I have to be honest when I see the boche MP. Thanks me in a nice waiver, very professional way. Kazman? Those guys are common. That's Notre Dame. And you can't mess with those guys. But now part of their family in a good way. In a nice way where I'm not a Mony there once a year. That's all you need to show the movie to incoming freshmen every year. So becomes like a little legend, Connie awesome. Yeah. It's really awesome show the movie in the stadium when they reopened the state a new one twenty thousand people showed up for that. Wow. So now, we're doing Rudy and concerts going around the country when eighty piece orchestra or thirty core people are actually watching the movie being scored as they're watching the movie..
"ryan pitchers" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"RJ bell gambling glue here in Vegas on Fox Sports radio. And rob Parker myself and Brady just go to our Twitter page or Facebook page. He was thirty one just thirty one years old. Well, technically. Thirty five to sixty five. And tober. He was born December retired October second is sixty six. Because he had no choice. Background. He had terrible arthritis from throwing too hard. Yeah. He did throw hard. But you look at Nolan Ryan pitcher, he's forty four. A lot of other guys. Nature. Well, Nolan Ryan wants a million year guy. Bob feller months in the second Nolan. Ryan. And probably never will be. Who's that? We'll be a second Nolan. Ryan wants alone ever. Did you see what he tried to use? We gotta take a break. Here. You see what he tried to do when he ran the Texas Rangers. He said, I'm sick. These guys going five six innings how much more complete games. He put mandatory mandatory don't know pitch counts and things like that didn't last very long. Did it? Then he changed his tune. We started losing pitchers. Okay. Because we wanted to belong for that job member. He was an employee didn't own the team. Yeah. It was close as you can get. Yeah. Pretty close. Host. You get..
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"Here at riverspring health. And we got another hour to go are Yankees Red Sox hot stove. So we are sweet said we're going to spend a lot of time together this year opening game in Fort Myers against the Red Sox February twenty three that's track by the way, if you could hear it in Aaron Boone's voice that is a track from Tampa to Fort Myers. John loves that trip. Now, we'll come back. And then we go to port Charlotte the next day, and that's the Tampa Bay rays, and you know, what just as long as I said Tampa Bay. I would love to think they've done a lot this year. They have a lot of people on this on this team now, and they just got a few kind of how how much do you think that they have closed the gap at all? They're always better than we think they're going to be. I thought last year when I saw they beat us opening day. There was a team that a chance to lose one hundred games and they won ninety. Well, they got a catcher. Now, they got Mike sue Nino. They got Charlie Morton Morton. Yeah. And they got a Garcia home. I always thought was a really great hitter. They do a great job of rebuilding their bullpen year after year. So you have to respect them. They're going to be in the race awhile. They can make life difficult for the Red Sox and the Yankees one thing about the Tampa Bay going in this year, everyone will respect them. And they'll be the third best team in the division. Because the other two teams may not be very good Toronto is going to be very young. And the Baltimore no one has any idea. But he has also they can't be worse than they were last year, bud. So by the Tampa is going to have pretty good team. And speaking of Tampa, see how we just go right into this. Let's go down there. Now, someone that knows all about being a Yankee and being a red sock. If you're a Red Sox fan, he is number twenty six if you're a Yankee fan, he is number twelve but whatever he is. He is in the hall of fame, and he is our friend third baseman. Wade Boggs how you doing away. It's Susan and Joe and John. Susan, John, Joe our ways numbers retired by the Red Sox. I understand that. I understand that by the roof and rightfully trippy. Well, it took him long earlier two hundred hits or more for about seven or eight years. So yeah, as number should be retired. You know, what's amazing about well? We'll we won't get into wait on the horse. And why he was number wasn't retired before it was because it had to do with the horse. But you know, what I think I'd never asked you weighed when you I have always said that I guess it was nineteen Ninety-three. I've always said because Jean-Michel had said to me I'm bringing four people in here. Paul O'Neil, Jimmy Key, Mike Stanley and Wade Boggs and we're gonna learn to win with those four and when you walked in. I was saying before when I saw you running winstrom was Don Mattingly out in the backfield tears in my eyes. But think about those years Wade, and what started to build in what started to happen which led to ninety six World Series. I think the one thing that changed the complexion of the team. And and what I mean by that is everybody got along together. We would go out the Minnesota after a day game in New York or something and we'd have twenty one twenty two guys going out to dinner at manny's in Minnesota. So I mean, we just all like each other and it in it carried over to the field. And and and we have like at that. I mean, everybody was had this philosophy with Rick down got less to solving pass away. But but everybody had the breakdown approach, and we bought into the philosophy of if we get to ninety pitches within five innings, then we're in and we we had the young guys that were mixing in with the older veterans. And and and so it was just a just a well blended team. I had a buddy on that team await Dion James, and Dion was always very patient hitter. Good line drive type bitter, and he told me no uncertain terms. Watching you made him a better hitter. Because then he really started taking pitches and the Yankees who had been in their Nater the team that didn't take any pitches at all. And then they became the best at it. And everyone gives you credit that you lead the way that tremendous. Thank you John at the tremendous compliment. One of the stories that I always tell and. Donnie, and I were sitting in the training room one day any any point blank asked me? How do you walk one hundred times a year? And I said, very simple. What? Off my rocker. And I said, no, no. 'cause you gotta get hit. And one if you are and with the ninety pitch philosophy and five innings. It just makes the the the pitcher after work that much harder. Try to get an out. He's gonna throw a lot more pitches. And go, incidentally dot at that time Donnie was walking probably anywhere from forty five to close to fifty times. And he actually went up to seventy and just by going up there and working the counter the to and taking out, but. Yeah. What's the mindset that I had its is one and be ready for two and one of the most important walked of your life of the eight hundred thousand walks you had came in in game four and Atlanta, the best three games I've ever seen in my life one. After the other Yankees down six nothing in that game. And the six got three layers homered to tie it in the and then. In the tenth of the eleventh inning the last guy on his bench. Joe Torry son up. Wade Boggs bases loaded. They had walked Bernie Williams with first and second didn't want to pitch. The Bernie was hot. And Wade Boggs worked out a walk in the Yankees won that game and went on to win the World Series. What are you think of that that walk against EBay was funny? It was freezing in Atlanta. I had my jacket, and I was watching Joe talking and and actually they told Coney to get a helmet because they were bringing an Avery and only had a bat a helmet. Kony was actually going up in front of me to hit. And then I saw. Shake its head again. And then Joe said botchy grab a bat. Go ahead. You. So it was it was going to be up to Coney to get that. Walker? Or what have you? Phil show called number. You know, I I always say and I used to kid the Atlanta guys and a lot. I think Bobby Cox forgot you were there. I mean, the game had been gone, and you were the last one left and I'm positive. He had no idea you on the bench. And by the way, I had an empire. Tell me about that call because it's like they used to say about Ted Williams. If Wade Boggs doesn't swing at it. It's not a strike. And I think that's exactly what happened with that. With that walk. And I remember when we were sitting there and coming back, and that was just such a great thing when you think about that World Series. All right. You think about that? But besides the horse. What else do you think about that World Series championship here? Well, I think that when when we were down to and getting on that plane to go to Atlanta, I was told everybody in the back of the plane. Hey, I know exactly how Atlanta because an eighty six I with the Red Sox going back home, and we did not want to go back to New York. And I pulled all the guys in the back of the plane. Hey, let's go into a fake name and come out of there and get back to New York, and we'll win this thing. And my goodness. We we just woke up and every everything just fell into place. And then we went back to New York. And and knowing Atlanta fields on that plane flight from Atlanta back to New York. They didn't want to be there. And then when Joe triple it was Katie bar the door after that, you know, the story that Wade told about David Cone is is true. This I knew from from Joe Torre. They had no one left a boon. Wade Boggs was last guy and Joe Torry told Cohn and Jimmy Key. Go back to the clubhouse get your spikes on. They weren't worrying spikes. He said to Colin you're gonna pinch it for a bitter. You said the Keith and you're gonna pinch run. And they were there they were there with their spikes on. But luckily, hang out the whole game would talk to Jimmy. And and then when he asked Kony two of Avery. Jimmy looked at me like. Does he knows you're still here? I. Yeah. So maybe both they both bandages. Did know you were there. The clubhouse and do anything. I was trying to make myself as visible as I could. But. No way. It all worked out here, you tell that story about you in the back of the plane with them you being down in you talking about don't get your down on the other end of the plane was Darrell strawberry giving the opposite speech. And I as I remember that plane, and I remember you talking about it from one angle and Darryl talking about it from the other angle 'cause they were down coming back. And it was fascinating. It was a fascinating thing. That was a year is everybody wears different rings. I wear Ninety-six because that is my favorite year. And I never get over that that was fabulous and a game in which they're losing six nothing in Atlanta. In the sixth inning. And if Atlanta wins the game, which frankly, they should win not only the Braves up three to one. But the next three games. They have going for them. Three smolts. Maddox and gloving those are the three lined up all three games. So that would have been was spectacular way. Joe here. Just wondering what you're thinking about all the talk about launch angle today, you were student Walter any, of course, you were a great hitter without any coaching. But what do you think about the current trends with the launch angle and all these strikeouts? They'd add up. Well, I think number one I think it's awful. People clapping here. So they think it's awful to hit a ninety eight hundred mile hour. Fastball letter high and swing up on it. That's not going to happen. If you see the transition from how pitchers were hitters now, they work them up and they stay on. And very seldom did pitches to get anybody out down. Because basically they just dropped the barrel battle the ball and can do damage with the launch angle. They're trying to create elevate. The big thing about elevated is if you just say through the baseball, and and hands above the baseball, and and and create some link for the baseball that's going to create elevate link link through contact create elevations. You don't have to drop the bat in the back part of your swaying, back shoulder razor, front shoulder and create an angle that. Coincidentally you're gonna chase high balls anyway. And if you don't dry out, you're gonna pop up so. When when major league baseball has more strikeouts and a month, then they do here. There's a developing problem. I'm with you. I think we're all with you. It's hard to make strike outs excited. They used to be with Nolan Ryan pitcher Roger Clemens but today. There are so common really gets doll. But the thing that bothers me. The manufacturing.