17 Burst results for "Sabean"

"sabean" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

05:27 min | 9 months ago

"sabean" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"A beer for health crisis line and so that's the work we're doing is really making sure that when it truly is being a health crisis you can call nine eight and you can have health professionals show up not law enforcement and if there are safety concerns as a weapon involved. There's a danger to someone safety than you have. A correspondent model where boats show up and work together to diffuse the situation but for very long The default was nine one one and law enforcement showing up and we know that a lot of the officer involved shootings have involved individuals with health crisis. So it's ruined pointed to make sure that we are again doing training on crisis intervention because the tools that you need to interact with someone who may be going through. Hip hop crisis is very different than the tools. You need to handle someone in the criminal justice system riot when officers show up they control of the situation. They bark orders and they're in charge. When you go to health situation someone may be hearing voices on ready and so an officer starts shouting at them. They had listened to competing voices. And so that's is not going to go well but if that officer understands that sabean for health crisis they can stay take a step back speak slower use few words and really de escalate so there are different skills that are needed and you know we live in a society where overall our society is safer now than it was ten years ago and so the skill set is different than needs are different and we just have to make sure that people responding to crisis are trained for the situations that they see themselves in what i think. That is incredibly remarkable. I had not heard about this either. And so could you repeat that again instead of nine one one. Those that perhaps are in. The midst of health crisis will now utilize a different emergency line. And if the okay and so yeah if you could repeat that that'd be locally so the federal government has authorized the use of The number nine eight eight so we have national suicide prevention numbers and those. Are you know long regular telephone numbers and so the behavior health community for very long time has been advocating for a different number where you can do suicide. Prevention behavior health crisis and so the federal government authorized nine eight eight goes live at next summer so regardless of where you are in the country you can call nine eight for help now. Different states are going to then do things differently on what happens when you call ninety eight so we will one of the first states in the country to have a robust built around it it past this last session and i'm so very proud of it and we are taking this opportunity in the state of washington to create a robust behavior health system where we are creating hubs alter the state where in trained individuals will be able to do crisis intervention de-escalation suicide prevention over the phone. We'll have the ability to send out crisis mobile units. We are also mandating that all health plans Do next appointments so that someone who's in a crisis can actually get the care they need. It's not just a phone call that there is follow up. We are also looking at bed tracking so if someone needs to go to an emergency room or the need to go for supportive housing. We have a statewide system for tracking those beds and really making show bill to looking at cultural competency and language access so that you can get help in different languages..

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In 16 years. It was also a very kind of surprising year like nobody saw that coming really nice job. That was kind of the come up to this year. Yes, when Brian Sabean traded Matt Williams and everything, but they still had very bad's. There's no very bonds on this team. Although Buster Posey already argued Thursday, Buddy Shawn Estes was a pretty big factor in 97 to 2. Big year. Yeah, you know, it's jumped out at me, dude, not one, but two pagan catches to anywheres Angel. Forgotten. Hell, he's peacocking somewhere, Francie. Were you a pagan guy? Po? Yeah, sure, to a point, you know? I well, because it was a tough ending. Remember with the back and didn't play in the Cubs? The Cubs suit and it was like to we kind of need you right now, says a younger voice here. Were you a pagan supporter? Endorser? Totally health man. My buddy Jason, always rift that he was doing that salute to the dugout before he was like even set on second base. He'd be like stealing second stretch into W go into the slide any be saluting that to to the third base dugout before he was even called safety, celebrating, he will always associated with the inside the park homer on Memorial Day. That was kind of told him while he wasn't there never really was no, I believe he also did. He makes the catch that ended the epic Reds at bat with Jay Bruce. Was that was the day of your navy. Or did he make the last out of that game? That's a good that red. Yeah, that we were some Bitcoins. Yes, Yes, Yes. They sing walking through the room, and there was a crazy pence catch. I want to see a nervous one in right field. I think it was pagan, though. I don't know it was a lot of big place to look at the people they Navy either caught the last out or the Bruce at bat and Pagan either caught the last out or the Bruce at bat..

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"sabean" Discussed on ARN

ARN

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"sabean" Discussed on ARN

"There you go. You start showing up with the television title pretty good little booking their i dig that man u He stated your claim. Then you show up whether it right. Yes sir absolutely and it you know as is the concept may seem to people each week that went by and no one took it away from me started to sink in or damn they must be honoring this situation or something. It almost just became fat. Which is really really the nature of the business back there. Making them believe that some preposterous scenario had just occurred but making them believe that it really happened. Davy crockett and i'm back listening to you. Know the last couple of of promos that he was doing and trying to get information he comes across is a frustrated sabean. tremendously bed. me straight man yes. I don't think he probably got enough credit in those days. You know because he's just always trying to get at the truth he's not you know one minute. He's not opinionated and he's just a journalist trying to get get to the bottom of something and then he starts throwing his personal opinion like any normal person would get frustrated so he might should have got a little more credit for some of the stuff. No doubt let's. Let's take a listen to october. Twenty sixth on the regular program. The six oh five program anderson along nature boy ric flair as you saw last week when we tried to talk to dusty. Rhodes this man to my right. Who i hope.

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We challenged each other. We have strong personalities. We head strong opinions. We had this thing, especially when on the world together work. I mean, we'd walk for hours before and even after games, just bouncing ideas and The first half an hour would be on one side of the argument. Dick and I would be on the other side argument as we headed back to the hotel scripted flipping. Yeah, we just I put everything on the table. Whatever he goes aside and you know, really trusted that you know, At the end of the day, we're going to do the right thing for the organization. As it turned out, Um, you know that level of respect and loyalty was appreciated by all the shipping. We allowed to have tremendous continuity. I do believe in change, and I do believe you know the game. You know, as it moves forward, um like life demands change. We had open minds, but we also would traditional. I think at the end of the day in, but it was a simpler time. You know, the front office was smaller skeleton staffs was smaller. I make When Dick and I get into it. In fact, I first befriended deck when he was a major league school when the Yankees and in 1986 April percent 96. Became scouting director. At that time, you're in charge of the draft. You had your hand and international baseball, especially American. And you had all the major league and minor league scales under each other underneath you, but You know, we all uh Kind of putting this boiling pot. Who is our independent thoughts and you know, especially from a player evaluations. Reporters covering stamp Hired for your opinion, and you're also hired because You know, At the end of the day, you're gonna give an honest uh, day's work, and a lot of it is our work in your competition as well as you know. Putting everything on the table and not backing off. I think you know, the Yankee Days taught us a lot. I think what net went through with the Cubs taught him a lot. And we were very fortunate. And we had that young and yeah, I'm going until dead left. Bobby took that spot. We were lucky we had, you know, obviously, a lot of guys that We're committed and ended up being life is with the Giants. Brian Sabean is nice enough to join us here on KNBR, the sports leader on this date, It's difficult for him difficult for The Giants organization. Brian are giving us remembrances of Dick Hydro, longtime Giants executive He passed away at the age of 74. Brian, You just mentioned how, uh, voices Buddy got raised. The opinions were shared. Can you give us an example of When did to draw really just pounded on the table for a player or maybe stood on the table for four player and eventually you guys found out he was right. Who are you know the funny thing about that? Because he he had the Marine Corps Reserve US background, you know, in a previous life. And he had that statues. We knew what we knew him for. For. You know, the category that he was too humorous than he was. You could not work. I mean, he's an attention competitive. Um You know that This one is kind of comical but jeans at the same time. He had the opportunity in a crazy scheduled before the draft to get up and see when to come. And he hung around after he had his Friday night start and the reason he did He heard that you know, there's a chance that he could relieve or close the game on Sunday. And and, as a result, stayed Through the weekend. So he season strikeout. I don't know how many and Then the next day story goes. He's playing the long toss and doing black backflips and long behold at some of the closest game and the guy's like Gumby, and you know the delivery of something that That you don't see very often, but very athletic, very balanced, So by chance the following weekend I had scheduled trip and up and back to see him on a Friday come back Saturday. And he had called in, I think reached Paris. Sweeney was just checking in. As for me in and he said, Well, he's about to run to the airport. And he says, Well, where is he going? Uh, You know, I wonder who is going to see this weekend and she says, I think he's flying up to see. Let's go, he says, Put them on the phone. So I get on the phone. He said. Look, do me a favor. Please don't go up and see. Let's coming. He just repeat what I just told you guys love with which I had a facsimile of And he says. If we get to the point where you go up there, especially this weekend, it's going to raise a flag in the island. He was I don't know if you would remember this. But Seattle was Roman to very much be in on him. And for some reason, we would like to Merle, who was that Cal? And you know at the time as we would you know, doing the vote taking the first thing could be from the truth. But That's you know, that was his changes. And then Lo and behold, I obviously didn't go and never saw the player alive. You think he's comment with video is good enough for you. You don't need to see. And the rest is Giants history. Oh, man, that's awesome. How, uh, you mentioned the word trust Brian. I'm wondering to you how big is trust? Because you've got to be able to trust you can have these discussions without anybody. Kidding. But her you got to feel like I my opinion can be heard without it, Seeming like I'm out for someone else's job. It just seems like you got to be comfortable and trust who you're with. To be able to have those type of conversations. Well, I think especially with him and I going through the think you'd be earlier in the crazy times..

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"sabean" Discussed on Diet Culture Rebel Podcast

Diet Culture Rebel Podcast

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"sabean" Discussed on Diet Culture Rebel Podcast

"Center. In its nubia cousin have spent millions and millions specifically. There was a huge study. That was released new england journal of medicine. I think it was coming months of negative longer than that which showed how effective this drug is some of these weight loss. And i've just been meeting a fantastic article. Which i will get you to Disposition of read where the author michigan basically says. Do you know how much money these coaches have made out of this between about hundreds of thousands of dollars hundreds of those. This isn't money for the recess. This quote unquote consulting fees. Travel costs food and beverage. We're talking like thousands more money than you. And i may. Just just unfeeling beverage crazy. Puppets actually move and my salary right now. wild is held. This is ethical and of course to register this interest Studying place enough. You'll see these conflicts of interest. But hundreds of thousands of dollars will by dr and by a motive. Buy you a lot of media coverage f each hind. You see something in a new cycle to do with Fat won't painful either by a company owned by a charitable organization that is funded by a truck. Company will be on the whenever it was in march where they released always about how obesity was. Y- kill. Everybody was the become wealth. Biggest kid again complete lines yet neat you guys know you need the truth the truth. Yeah we we've just experienced blitz ally all must say that's happening these these charities organizations. He's pro companies are paying for that use like and that's why again that's why the sky is blue instead of red robinson. You've been lied to. Its you've been bought and paid for by companies like but also by the way does industry which working sixty six sixty eight seventy two depending on. Us billion dollars money if spending a couple of million on advertising. That's nothing abilities. Like a thousand million you if you like. If you can make that much money back. Yeah that's my thing is it's all about money. It's honestly just wild when you learn about it and in our society this has a fear of fatness right and when we hear the word fat. Typically it's used in a negative connotation and. I know that you had shared natasha that you posted a blog post and you call that fat. Dr unplugged shift into being welcomed or seeing more about this new world and way of being in. So i want to hear from you now. That you've kind of shifted. How would you define fat. Because so many people have this negative connotation in their mind. And i just want to hear what you would say about. That definition is a descriptive. Right fat tool. I'm trying to think of like rough with news. Oil glossy worth that. We use to describe stuff. So i have faster. Descriptive words adjectives. My body's fat. My body's schultz. My skin is pale I have the Frankly freckly face squad mongolian lots of different ways but being short necessarily carry negative connotations as say and so when you say you show that yes i am works up and if you say oh your. Hair his wavy. Sec's my hair was wavy. But when you say snail your body fat a timeout huge it. Because like i said society has decided the fattest thinnest is good sabean koufax huge insult. The reason i choose to call myself dr of this was this was praised. United going on my diet so this is actually pre health every size That went back. That went has been looked at me. Every i can remember being cool fat all the time just by My cheeks ice veto. fat again. If you do it. But i knew that i knew how discredit other people. I knew Shopping all my family. and so that what he looked at me all my life. It's time to take that back when i used with fat when most of us at this Was simply using it as a descriptive. The way best describes my only end. What is amazing to me. Is that have consequently. I love being fast. On a g. I live in. This is this is. This is what i'm stuck with the rest of my life actually. I'm beginning to love it at beginning to is the offense Phones in the united is huge apron. Have having a best three days a pregnant breast-feeding a Surviving three nights. There is a and he used to be like. I hate a hassle to my apps. Bike is a genuine bit a year ago. I am a to this recently a year. If you ask me would you prefer to live without a limb ultimate. If the rest of your life in fact i would have taken. Without any day of the week i would have said If you trade me linh eternal findus souls. now kennedy. Last tuesday's festival. That was People because the implication being living without really bad thing. So i apologize to every single night. that huge thought. It'd be less. Messed i will but also makes me realize just how much into fast if i in because i thought about my thought about four Of social needs a right. So i was willing to live without functioned little rather than living in thirty it is. I believe that in fact western house. A wet wells changed When i see other people in beautiful. I didn't didn't to up now. I do know different. i so appreciate you being vulnerable and sharing that and how you shifted with your descriptive just like you said that we're describing ourselves short. Typically we don't see that as a negative thing and that's because we don't have these stories attached to it. We are sold all of these stories from society and it sounds like in your upbringing you or sold these stories from your own family member so you know it takes time to walk away from this. It makes sense if it's hard for me to do this. Or if you view other people differently because even sold all these stories that it does not mean you have to continue on that path forever. I love that you finished by saying that. You love your body now. You will get all the amazing things it's done right. And that's what beauty beauty redefined always says. Your body is an instrument not an ornament. And i just love that quote because we really do need the shift and look at more about what the functionality of her body and we need to appreciate it more. And i think it's just so inspiring your story and how you've been able to do that. I think that a lot of the listeners on here are gonna find it really really helpful and i love to hear from you because i know from following you on instagram. That you do still receive weight. Stigma that from me. I love watching stories a.

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Brian Sabean, right? I am not an idiot after the Matt Williams trade, right? I'm not an idiot writes what he said. I'm not a future is not in my hands. Yeah, he's going all abstract on me, Coach, you know, do you do any of us control anything is their free. Will it away can be our It's like one tiny universe under my fingernail, Murph. You know what I mean? It's like Getting into some heavy heavy thoughts here. Everybody was it the great philosopher John Locke, who talked about free will. Is that right? And shout out to my fans from the TV show. Polly, Come on, Help me out Now. The airplane crashed on the island. You know, they lost. Thank you. Thank you. You didn't really give us anything before. No, I don't know what that means. Yeah, Help me. It's another show. There's a character named John Locke on the show. Right on. There was like a lot of like, do that show created all these men? Switchboards or what it means and all that. What is it? And I think, by the way, as a guy who watched lost for a while, I think eventually I think the creators that show truly lost control. They didn't really know what they were doing. There really was going on. We had them on the show. Paulie Pre you. Yeah, Back when Bob Agnew's vision was the morning show was supposed to be All but sports. Shut up, John London the whole route way have TV with regular hit on it from a TV critic on the show. Uh huh. And then we actually had the lock the lost producers and that guy wanted blowing up J. J. Abrams. Who now does the Star Wars is the track to extend? It Doesn't yet killer Star Trek movies came on the morning show in 05 rooms. Yes, all right. And I was watching. We were because lost, it just started. It was a sensation and they were still promoting it. And he said We like it until you're driving from Miami to Los Angeles. But you may take a few detours along the way, but we know where we're going. Anyway. John Locke was the character and I was every psycho John Locke was the philosopher who spoke of free will, Right. So probably question is, Do you or Aaron Rodgers have free will? Well, you're asking of the exact perfect person for this murder, and everybody in the Russian community knows with someone Neil's greatest lyrics. I will choose a path that's clear..

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Have to maintain your strength level when you first get to the big leagues all your minor league seasons A in September 1st that month of September the first time you played at the big League level. That's what separates the men from the boys. And that's what impresses not just your front offices, but it impresses your teammates and your opponents as to how strong you are in September and suddenly If you're lucky enough to get to October how you impressed on how you keep your strength of that month and the way you do that you have to work. You have to work here around for it. When I first started in the big leagues here, you had to have a job in the offseason. We didn't have enough money so we could take the whole yard. So it was a little bit different, but Well, we started stretching and lifting and running and all that just you trying to rebuild your body. But when you got a lot of Christmas and New Year's, it was time to take a week off. And it was fun. You know, you just didn't really do. The routine just took a week off. And when you recon being right after the new year Now you start doing baseball activities for a pitcher. You start throwing and you started limping out your arm and then you start getting on a mound. I had a formula that I used Was always believe you had to have all of your pitches established before you got to camp. I didn't know that a lot of guys who just establish the fastball and then worry about the curveball, slider changeup when they get to camp. But I believe different. I believe you had to develop all the muscles because every pitch had different muscles to throw. So that's what I would do. And I When I got to camp, I always thought that I was good for three or four innings and and you know, that's just it should me well, I I didn't have many interests delayed my career. But that's you know, Christmas to New Year's. That was a time when you just said Screw it. I'm taking some time. I think it Z. You know you're talking about like it's time to get up side of your ready for baseball, right? You know, it's got to be thinking. That's a pretty old. There's a lot of guys who are you know in their thirties who will have to start ice in the knees and warm it up, but they have a lot of young prospects coming up a lot of a lot of really intriguing young prospects. How do you? How do they go about? Kind of merging these two like that? Not getting too old or maybe you guys start breaking down But having some of these young guys come up. Do you rush him a little bit faster, Like like, How would this work to get that? That that good balance you need between having Veterans, but also having that that youthful energy Well, useful energy is essential. And it also applies pressure in a very, very natural way. Um, if you're another player in your 33 34 years old. Um You could feel the push of a top prospect. Who's you plays your position where they're being in theater. Alfie to catch a picture. You all feel the heat as you get older as established veteran. And I think that pushes essential. Otherwise, guys sit back fat, dumb and happy. You know, they just think I'm not getting bush. You know what? Why am I doing the extra? You know, extra shot? Why am I working out on Sunday? You know it's but when you have somebody that's pushing you You can feel him. That makes you better And also I mean, it's the nature of the game. You know that these guys who are coming up the youth. You know when, when joy bark out to the ball to the ball park last year for the first time scrapped out of big League uni. There was no doubt his mind. He was gonna kick somebody. There is no doubt in his mind that he was gonna show up, buddy. What he was worth. That's the attitude that everybody has. When they first get there. They think that they have the best fastball that anybody's ever throw under the best curveball. They're the best. But you just have that little thing in the back your mind that says that that allows you to compete with the guys you've been watching on TV all all your life, the guys who are the establishment Certainly that's the case in the giant clubhouse because you've got established veterans Now we've been around a long time, but they've won three world championships that hangs. Wait so well, the reality of what the big leagues is all about. You know that kind of Kind of drops the cloth on you, and it happened to joy barred last year, you know, he, he realized once you got up to the big leagues, that there's a lot going on, there's a lot of that. You need to be in command of, and at times he was overwhelmed. He needs to go back next year and play the minor league level. Get himself established, more get used to the speed more gets more confidence and he'll be back. He's gonna be really good. But you know, kind of getting off the path here. Bottom line. You have to have that infusion of youth. You have to have that credibility of a veteran and both pushed each other And I think that's the one thing about the game. I really like in a lot of that, you know, helps build clubhouse culture. I think I was looking, you know, thinking back about that with, you know Buster Posey when he comes up in 2010, that was an injection of life and may or something when he comes up, and he's immediately the young gun on the in the lineup, But he's driving in runs and he's hitting homers and I was thinking about this yesterday. Micah's some sad news. From the Giants family met Norland passed away and I confess I was not familiar with him. But he was diagnosed with a liver condition and he was, I guess he was a scout, and he worked very closely with with Brian Sabean. He's one of his top cadets, I guess, and he was big in draft rooms for the last 2030 years with the Giants. He was big when it came to acquiring players at the trade deadline, and I read a comment from him in the Modesto bee from I guess it was a few years back. We talked about when they would acquire talent around the trade deadline, and it was a lot. A lot of it was about clubhouse culture, and a lot of it was about Keeping guys playing together and you think about some of the names they brought in under Brian say being over those years, and a lot of those guys were sort of an injection of life. I think about Kenny Loft and guys like that coming in and making an impact instantly. Do you have any any any comments on that Ireland? Any thoughts about him? And obviously we send our condolences to his family, But he was he was.

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I mean, I know three and seven wasn't what you were looking for two and eight wasn't what you were looking for either. On DH in the Hunter Pence moment. Let's be on mean Listen, the numbers of the numbers. We've seen it and you had to address it with the beat guys every day. But you can you reflect now Friday morning on that win in that in that hunter Pence moment, and what it did do did it do anything for the clubhouse or my Overstating it here. No, you want Ah, one win. Swing is you can't you can't overstate it. And you know the other thing. I think this is a really good time to kind of stay balanced right? And particularly because we're calling out performances of maybe some some veteran players on DH and recognizing that they're not off It starts with a Barbie up but often but if you look around the league, there are star players struggling all over the place. And on the flip side, there are some that are off to great start. So just like with the tough loss, you stay measure just like a stretch of 40 plate appearances. That aren't on optimal. You stayed measure just like a big win, where £100 comes in 10 shades. If your big three run home run, Tyler Rogers comes in, gets his first major league say Everybody feels good. We just We appreciate it. We understand that That's one game. We get back to work the next day. So here we are off of a road trip. We did experience a couple of big wins. We get experience a couple of big hits. From some important players on our roster. Now we get back to work with the and focus on tonight's game alone and then you know, figure out how to rehash after it. We're going to do our own Dr Action Review and take a look at every possible place and then get ready for Game two. And I think if we continually do that, over time will be the best possible team. We could be that the goal We got Adam Copeland in with Polish comrades down Copes knows his ball and does the weekends with Marty, too, so coach when he got well given one to ask you about because we're still getting used to you was a manager and you announce the three starters the other day. We've seen the shifts. We've seen the catchers on the need trying to grab strikes at the bottom of the zone. I'm just wondering because it seems like a lot of this is analytic based, and we're playing the numbers here the averages. What's the sample size? You look at to say this is a successful move relative to this is not really working. Right now. We've got to make an adjustment. What's the What's the window of time? Because we're only 20 games in How do you determine what's working and what's not at this juncture. Thanks. Thanks for asking macro. But I actually really enjoyed questions that allow me to show both sides. So when we're talking about our ships by way, of example, we bounds of some analytics from some numbers and how you know how likely it is that the ball get it to a particular spot. Using spray charts and at the same time we give our our veteran players in particular some flexibility on where to play in those moments, So we might have crossed looking like he's kind of standing in the middle of diamond and making the decision between whether he wants to play on the right side second base on the left side second base based on the swings. Are you seeing in the game? And what if we get beat in the ships? One time? It's not going to take us off our position. We're going to stay true to our process. Over the course of time. We feel like we'll be making the right decisions. It's the same for why construction it's the same for reliever usage. We will always balance What is helping the clubhouse What played what makes players feel their most confident by way, of example. You're not seeing a pinch it every time. There's a lefty that comes into the game with a couple of our luck indicators. They're seeing it sometimes. I'm not seeing it every time and when you don't see it, it's usually an indication that we're creating that balance and we're paying attention to clubhouse harmony with respect to the way catchers set up. We need to put them in their most comfortable listening to cut shot strike at the bottom of the zone as well. Also, we need to recognize Can they be out like enough from not one knee down position to block the baseball? Because that does important as receiving the baseball. So what? We're what we're doing, really is having lots of conversations and viewing each one of these things from With a pretty wide wide lens and kind of like asking a lot of questions about what the optimal way to play. These things are and then we're going. We're going with a lot of conviction, and we're not going to come off that process because we think it's the one that will help us wanted along. Talking to Gabe Kapler Giantsmanager. We've got about 45 minutes left. He's got to go to a meeting, and obviously our show's coming on ends. We can maximize our time here on Gabe. You know, you just kind of following up on that. You mention the catching situation. So just acknowledging the elephant in the room. The difference between the fan bases view of Joey Barton. And what the Giants organization is saying about Joey Barton. Now there's some people saying, Well, G. I think the organization knows a little better than the fan base. What Brian Sabean, once famously called the lunatic Fringe, gave to know your Giants history there when, when Save Ian was being questioned, he said, on can be our one time I'm not going to listen to the lunatic fringe out there and became a famous phrase in Giants history. So here representing the lunatic fringe for Joey Bart. We see this as a pandemic season. It's not. It's not totally, really Buster Posey's gone. Heinemann and Trump probably are not long term parts of your future. And this kid's probably not getting the reps in Sacramento.

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"He could have blown me off easily. And I would have understood cause I'm nobody and this guy's a rock store, but he was always really I was telling a story where he would be like, you know what makes you believe that they don't? They don't take advantage of you. And don't let him don't sign anything. They want to decide until you make sure you have someone look at nobody. It wasn't like it was meaningful to me because I was like, Wow, that's cool. Thank you so much, man because he didn't have to do that. He didn't have to help me out. But I think it's important that we get that out there. Right. Like Ralph off. The air was really sweet, Really? Sweetheart of a guy. I think that honestly, he lived inside his own bubble, So I think that he just moved through, and people would pass him and like he didn't even have time to sort of. Think about whether or not like. He was bringing some women or not like he was so focused, especially after he had taped mean Tate was his absolute life. And I think that the story is amazing. And he was in fantastic Father honestly, like If I have to say over and beyond anything that's the number one legacy for him was that he cared so deeply and just loves that kid on DH when I went to his father of the year. We sat there and, you know, hurt all of the stories and everything, you know, I think that that's really should be a big, huge part of his legacy on I think that he was so focused on that, but honestly, he really, I mean, he came in at three o'clock because he was like having a conference or he was Trying to volunteer at school. And the school was like Ralph, You can't volunteer every day like you gotta win. And some of the other parents have a shot. He's like. No, no, no, no. I need to be here. Yeah, I think those are. The things that people couldn't see was that he was so focused on that part of his life that I think that he just would come in. Turn it on, you know, rip whatever he did. He did never slept either. By the way, like he was just right. You know, he was like a hard boiled egg in a group and he never slept with you watching. Since reading and doing all that to you, So I think that's kind of what I would want to make sure that people knew was that he was such a great dad. He really was. And Jen, I'll leave you with this and I'll let you go because we were going to keep the guest parade moving along. But sure you remember Jen and I've told this story A couple times today, too, is that after the first Giants world Siri's We all piled on the back of that flatbed truck, and I don't I don't know. I sort of got like, I don't I didn't know Rafa's well as you did, obviously, but I don't know that I ever saw Ralph that happy where he had Tate on the truck. He's in a giant's World Series parade. I mean, he was like Flo, he was levitating. He was so happy that day. He waited for this moment. I mean giants were his life. I mean the Niners? Yes, the way or just But the Giants like that was so ingrained growing up in Millbrae like that was in great. I think for all of us, you know you you got so close so close and then finally have it happened and then to be able to share that with your Children are your child I think was Just one of those over the top moment for sure. Well, Jim, listen, It's nice to hear your voice. I miss you hope to see you soon on. It's so crazy, man, but thank you. We appreciate your time and it was meaningful. I'm glad you got Teo talk about Ralph Little and share that. So you'd be well give Michael high five or a near five or or whatever, and give the kids kisses and we'll talk to you soon. Jen. Violet. Thank you in. All right. Bye, guys. See you later. Jen. Violet Kennedy. Now she was working with Ralph for many, many years that Ralph And Tom Show coach seems like a radio All Star team because not only did you have Ralph and Tom on the air handle on that whole thing behind the scenes, who yet Jen Violet. It was like a rock star Guest Booker producer. She's great on the year and he had Tony Dude, he had creative Tony producing the show, so I figure what better way to kind of come into the home stretch today, Coach do we dare we do this. Do we bring on a creative? Tony? Tell here we're here. You know, you know any way we might as well where he got. We've gone this far copes. We're not turning back. So on the other side we will hear from Tony. He's a good friend of ours. But also he knew Ralph very well. Also. So on the other side, another final tribute to Ralph Barbieri, his memory his legend. On can be our 6 81 045 d Sports League You're listeningto Murph in back available now on your Google home. Smart Speaker. 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"sabean" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A cambiar dot com Jake I think you asked me that last time I still don't know I know I think I thought I prefer grand Pooh bah although I still haven't got that I still got that on my business card yet I believe it's it's managing editor now we're gonna go through and through us Jake much about him the R. dot com with us it is rolled off the tongue better doesn't it doesn't in in listen there's only four or five grams buzz in the entire bay area I still think I used to call Brian Sabean the grand Pooh bah he had a good to buy vibe to it yeah we sure did yeah right I don't know if he's got the Pooh bah vibes not quite yet not quite enough to make a few more splashes to get the poop I mean it it don't just throw out the bought title you know so that that's something that somebody will you earn over the years you are not from the respect your as respect your peers so I'm I'm I'm happy I'm happy to be referred to as such okay what do you what do you think about what what these greedy owners and these greedy players doing their greedy things and and do you think we're gonna get baseball this year I mean it's funny because as of I guess today yesterday it's not it hasn't you know seemed less likely than it does right now right but I'm I'm I'm pretty much with you here like there's just it just seems like there's too much at stake for you know them to actually not figure out a way to get this done I mean like this is this is baseball's moment you know like I guess as as I know I mean that's what's so insane about it you know like yeah it's bizarre this whole situation is you know which put them in this position where I mean you know all we've been hearing about for you know however long the last decade plus is you know it's waning popularity is how every news story about the game is how they have to fix this how they have to you know try to get this audience here and right and now they finally have this opportunity with there's nothing else nothing else going on and it's just gonna be baseball at the end and people who you know wouldn't tune in normally will be locked in and there's this excitement for it that you know maybe there hasn't been for a while and it just seems like there's way too much to lose for them not to figure out a way to get it done and you know along with that if they don't figure out a way to get it done I mean where is that going to put the game I mean like like you we we we talk about that ninety four strike and you know what that did to the game for years on end I mean I I would imagine the fallout considering the circumstances of our society would be much worse not to mention the other leagues seem like they're going to be wrapped up and ready to go pretty soon they lost so the dam NHL they're they're playing on going on ice they're going into an ice box amid a pandemic and they still figured out a way to start games before baseball than less baseball gets its act together I'm I'm with yet I mean it is it is beyond me how they could not understand the opportunity this was handed to them on a platter rob Manfred been looking for a way to get back some market share and it's like let's just come out weekly soil our pants why why don't we all just get together and have a big old canceling party no I mean it's it's it's exactly right and and you know you have to think that no matter you know how how entrenched you know the players seem right now how upset they are about about you know what the owners proposed you just have to think like there's just there's just too much to lose an analyst I have no idea what exactly the the solution is going to be and I I tend to agree with your point earlier about you know siding with with either faction is a little problematic because it's sort of greed on both sides and I suppose if you kind of forced me to pick a side I usually would choose you know but labour over ownership and usually would side with the folks who don't have quite as deep pockets I'm gonna tell people at seamless about that please do please do but at the end of the day I I just I just I think there's just there's too much to lose and and and you know see and I'm not in the short term but but in the in the very in a very long term so yeah I mean I I let's let's just hope the that that cooler heads prevail I suppose so unique do you know any billionaires like personally I don't know no I don't I don't know any billionaires okay I was looking for someone to buy the ETS what if we can run together you already have boss status I feel like we could be in charge what do you make of the lesser team in the bays fiscal struggles let's let's put it nicely what is meant in deep pockets remind you that that that that Wu Tang alliance and ours have short arms but deep pockets but that's sort of did not see that I'm not gonna lie to you that's that's sort of book when I went and you know I picture John Fisher I kind of think of that I'll be on the thing that is a correct me if if I don't understand exactly the intricacies of this because it's it's mind boggling to me but you know Dave Fisher came out with the press release yesterday the first press release I can ever remember him offering it was the first time he had publicly spoken what made a public statement since he bought the team okay okay so it's a new year's yeah so and you know it part of that release kind of that that's a big takeaway was that they're not going to pay any of the minor leaguers who I guess who did well for four hundred dollars gap poverty wages like that yeah exactly and so I'm thinking about this and it's like okay they they they can't pay them but as I understand it the players also can't go elsewhere I mean like what we're gonna find out here you know what the other major league organizations and how they gonna deal with that how they can deal with compensating the minor leaguers I'd imagine most of them are going to do something but this idea of Hey listen we can't pay you also you can go work anywhere else is just so fascinating to me not to mention the fricking drafts coming up I mean the the the timing on this is also bizarre I can't imagine anybody is going to want to I got drafted by the eighties great now I don't have a job exactly so I mean and this is some I was you know discussing with a couple buddies yesterday we're trying to figure out exactly how this right is it just seems it just seems so outrageous yeah but you know I mean listen what that is sort of it's not that it it had it was much of a shocker right I mean it there at the precedent for the ages of behavior and sort of the way to go about their business and and it's not it's not even the decisions with them it's sort of how within these hours reportedly I mean that did this is been going on for a long time and you know it's it's become kind of a truism in sports I mean you know it's it's it's it's at the top down thing right I have an owner who conducts himself certain way you know we seen it obviously here in the bay area with with you know the warriors for can't wake up I guess just like you somethings are going to change until that changes and it's all as you know it it's all bad and I think a stand you know I know I got a really good friend who's in a sand Shattuck Cooper Reynolds and I know you just fourteen right now and I know he into parental I know I know right and we get you know for good reason I mean you that that's the that's kind of did they haven't exactly done things to garner a ton of support so yeah he he completely numb to it I imagine most a standard up to it and it's just a it's a really unfortunate situation especially for all the all the not just my leader for the employees there who were getting furloughed answers to yeah unfortunate as it is right all right let's swing to a sport that's definitely going to play games now whether or not they have a fans in the stands a a different argument but the NFL will not be stopped under any circumstance that they're going full speed ahead they have never let science get in the way of putting putting some games on the television there's this suggestion proposal if you will a fourth and fifteen replacing the onside kick I imagine as a connoisseur of the peculiar and weird that you are very much for it are there any other strange rules that you would like to implement into the NFL season well yeah you're definitely right about the the force and fifteen on the other side kick is a pretty entertaining play but it's just it's too ruined yeah yeah I mean it just and it's effective so infrequently and I just I like the idea of yeah I think that's a good place for for a tweet yeah I think it was mentioned today that they were looking to just get rid of the kick off entirely yeah that that's that's something that's been on the table in a gym symbol the bald forty nine by the way yeah I don't know if he's gonna make the team or not this year I think that is his exploits in the Superbowl probably did a man in the return of Trent Taylor's is not boding well for him but well how do you feel about getting rid of the kick off that feels almost sacrosanct I understand it's a very dangerous play but I mean I don't know sometimes I score touchdowns yeah I mean at its best it's a team based it might be the most exciting plans for that's a good point is because it's completely wide open kind of it's football it's purest form I yell Levin guys running full speed one direction yeah eleven full speed in the other yeah which is why they've tried to tweak it until we get to Phyllis for might not be the safest form of football no no in the in twenty twenties not exactly flying so to me because they sort of neutered it so much it's almost gotten to the point where these these returns are so infrequent yeah that maybe they should figure out something else to do I mean I'm not exactly sure what the replacement is I mean it seems to me that it's having the closing but ourselves yeah exactly and it's like having the you know team score six extra point and then you start on the twenty eight teams will unsatisfactory to me I don't know I'd like for maybe them to mess with the you know the two point conversion may be back them back it came up a little bit more and you know what they have in the XFL the three point conversion you can go three point conversion and it worked out great for the XFL it's private the statement said the proof in the pudding there yeah go battle and after that kind of a kind of a talking to you because you.

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"sabean" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg business the Bloomberg business slash so at the bottom of the hour the cash market in Hong Kong will be up and running as well as markets on the mainland right now a futures for Hong Kong show a little bit of a pop for the a for the hang sang of about three tenths of one percent we got this news moments ago China will cut some import tariffs beginning January first to promote high quality developments on trade the government saying it will reduce import tariffs for goods including frozen pork pharmaceuticals paper products and some high tech components as well right now the foot see a fifty China futures are are showing a gain of about a tenth of one percent again cash markets in China and in Hong Kong up and running at the bottom of the hour we had a Sabean weakness in the New York session Friday right now trading one oh nine forty two in the end the Nikkei pushing higher by about two tenths of one percent trade data earlier this is up for South Korea for the first twenty days of the month of December overall a drop of two percent that's a year over year reading all of semiconductors as a unit and they were down sixteen point seven percent the Korean one right now off the session lows none the less it remains weak against the dollar at eleven sixty spot AT and in the equity market the cost for you now off session lows were trading down a less than a tenth of one percent U. S. ten year treasury the Tokyo session now yielding one point nine one percent that's markets we move local news next mark mills is in the Bloomberg news remark Doug new documents obtained under a freedom of information request by the center for public integrity show that the trump administration official.

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Remember and remember positively for the two thousand where Bruce pochi and a big home run it by car use for him his grandson my description three one your strategy is a high drive centerfield Jackie Bradley going back. his his rookie year. just about everybody is standing. how cool is that bad I mean that's something out of a movie I I I can't get over just how cool that is a in its it's we've joked about it you know it's not like it happened at SunTrust Parker at Tropicana field Atlanta arena in Tampa Bay it happened at Fenway Park in Boston the exact same Dominators grandfather played on just incredible staff are we played part of this interview earlier but Brian Sabean sat down with Marty did a nice in depth conversation about about his tenure as giants general manager went in depth on some of these trades we played a little bit of it earlier in the show we'll get to part two of that right now Marty and Brian Sabean Terry Crowley coming up on the other side but giants pregame rolls on Marty's conversation with Brian CB hi Marty worry here Brian Sabian we talk a little bit more about the job of a general manager and and one of the things that that impresses me and things when we look back on your era of being a general manager people may trades things happen every day you look through the year that you had you could make seventy transactions yeah it's funny no the I guess for this younger generation of the games someone flipped is people forget the recent past which was almost like today every single day he will look to make so.

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"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Bands. read it just just devastating you know I mean like you say the the those four guys I mean you're talking about three or four guys are MVP candidates I think we were talking yesterday about it you know I I think I think the Braves a really good shot at the world but they just a salty with with the top of that order and it's not so bad as you get down down lower in the order to and that's that's a really good team and they're they're set up for the future they they're the farm systems looking good yeah that's the team is gonna look upon garner I think and him heaven help us all to get him. they could use a big case like that yeah him to Dallas title in Soroka they can be dangerous for a handful of years I just I've been in some football today I would get on burst. yeah you're forty Niners in the raiders see that pretty much and you know I'm staying on top of the baseball on tape in the you know what I mean the track with the interview and I'm taking the Indians and the twins and and the Tampa Bay you know just hi I'm all I I thirteen events yesterday on that record. I did everything with avoid dog dog show it's. so you want to Bruce vote you pitching change of watching sports events so go for it yeah yeah. I got a sticker and I'm getting older and I want to be an old grubby guys to get off my lawn so I'm tempted current out of prison records that will be broken out of games check is watches in one afternoon. chat with you will talk to you next week then all right thanks a lot of good stuff for Bruce Jenkins we get registered giants pregame here on the other side to get a great tab great little interview with Marty and Brian Sabian talking about Brian Sabean start as general manager all that and more coming up giants pregame gets going on KNBR one oh four five and six eighty the sports leader talking baseball with.

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"sabean" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Absolutely and any artist if they don't have quite the right size for you you can make something of publication called commissioning art it doesn't cost anymore but then you get the exact right use of our for your purposes in your heart is just on the wall sure there are pieces for the table throughout the morning and we have a lot of people who are emerging fashion designers will also be at the Evanston child where are sure it is always a good idea and people can go by the way to into productions dot dot com and you can actually preview all these artists but I was looking at Kristin Kristen lingo leader and Jessica McMillan their their fashion works Heidi has who's got some it's a great casual wear that's that's really really nice candle holders I loved Greg so Sabean skis candle holders he's a really beautiful little pieces of art there are you know in addition to those cases we've got painters who are going to be you know actually painting on site I I love watching are being made in front of me the target for is including many markers who combines old photographs and you and he's going to be debuting a piece of open them showing old photographs of them then and the current thing about what he actually land fascinating to see that he's photos we're gonna have to leave it there but for for refer to for photography James Cole comes to mind but the it's the M. centered fair I'm sorry well I I lost here or that Evanston aren't big for festival skews me August sixteenth seventeenth and eighteenth eight hundred Church Street go to inter productions dot com and get all the details and get an art fest gift card Amy will talk to you next week hope to see you there thank you Hon chairs guess.

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"sabean" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okay. Skirt. Did you watch project runway? What what did you win? We don't know. Jason texted me last week and said she hoped we did it on the air. Remember, we had Alexis. Yeah. That's what you guys discuss. Yeah. I have a good reason. Basketball. I'm gonna know. Man. This is crazy. My house right now. Paul though too. The house is like four thousand square feet. You have on the. Selects one big room. This is this is what we did was dot. So Friday, friends or six friends if you missed it last week right around this time we were reviewing or Lexi wing the season premiere of the rebooted project runway lax lacks has loved project runway for years. So why do I love it so much one person Tim Gunn? Yes. So selection to review and she's probably positive. I don't like it. She was she was I. Not enough. Good. I can't. And then we said, well, are you gonna are you gonna come back? Are you going to watch? And she's like, yeah. Take Sabean said she'll be out out. So we made lex leave the room, and then Donna, and I talked I said girl, she. She is. She isn't even going to go back for week two dawn immediately put it in our grid. Rundown lacks you didn't even make it another week. I will I hope to binge it. Oh, jeez. Okay. Relax next to the next. Maybe in a few weeks. Back. Gosh, I love the projects curious to see what the designers will do. I. I really love that. It's the process you get to see at all. Would you rather take it three hour nap or what? Oh, that's a good question. Yeah. Of course, come on nap time guys. Yeah. It's a rough road for us. Especially on a Friday kidding. Yeah. A week. We had you are not going back, lex. I'm just telling me this is what's going on in your head. When you hear the new project.

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"sabean" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"sabean" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Listeners can join us. Seating is going to be limited. We've only got room for about two hundred people. So definitely we don't have reservations or anything like that. But hopefully, we'll be able to fit everybody in and it's kind of an open event, if I'm understanding correctly creek me if I'm wrong, if you just happen to be in Seattle, and maybe you are on come to the conference. You can certainly pop in two cups. I'm not actually entirely sure about that. I do know it's going to have to check. I do know it's gonna be a free event. So people don't have to pay extra for it, which is one of the cool things. And I'm hoping that'll help people to attend. But definitely people attending the. Frence people flying in from out of the city. I wanna make sure there's plenty of room for them. So hopefully, the will be will be two hundred seats such a great event. It'll be very similar to the event that we did you AC just last year last may. So if you wanna preview of what it'll be like, just go back and watch the episode. We did with the recording from that. All right. So that's exciting. And we're all going to be at Norway. Then coming up in may and that conference. It sounds like it's getting really big and getting really full like I heard that the hotel might be booked up at this point NAR town is already booked out there flow hotel bat, Laura, comfortable, directing people towards okay. So there's there are a lot of hotels in that area. So people are going to have to be ten miles away. Okay. That's good. So that's gonna be the big conference of the year that everybody's I've seen a lot of younger astrologers raising money and doing innovative like fundraisers and stuff in order to get tickets some pretty excited about. That and looking forward to to seeing in meeting a bunch of people there in just a few months. The other big conferences this year are in June. The astronauts association of Great Britain is hosting their annual conference. And I'm going to be speaking there for the first time some looking forward to seeing some people in the UK then in August. I believe is the NC jar conference in Baltimore, which is the other big US conference this year. So yeah, are you? They're going to one. We've so now are no east coast. Yeah. It's. I don't know that I've been to an indigent conference before. But I just really like to keep July will conference will major event free. If possible so much traveling that happens of times of the year, and I'm super excited about no active year. A we're going to be together, which is great. But I've got quite a full preventing schedule bay about will be my conference event will twenty nine right for some reason. We've just added in additional bent Sabean Kelly are going to be a pretty worn out by the end of the week. We're going to do that pre-conference podcast event to lectures. And then a workshop are you giving a keynote or anything as well? You are opening a keynote of the opening to open the entire conference. Yes. Okay. Brushoff loans,.

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