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The Legend of Alejandro Kirk
"Today Dave talking about the legend of all a hundred kirk man that was fun to watch last night. Our. Listeners if you haven't seen the highlights pause this podcast call up the Blue Jays highlights from last night in to see something like you've never seen before it's. If, you can imagine a shorter maybe larger Pablo Sandoval plan catcher and going four for four and hitting home runs. I mean unbelievable. He's listed five eight to sixty five physically reminds me we you know you're trying to come up with the copper there were Sandoval Mike. was maybe being older Benjie Molina not young. But Older Benjie Molina and you could see the way runs. He's not ever going to be the Swiss guy. But part of the reason why I mean forget the you know the size and the shape. See Guy he's a right handed hitter. You do not see hitters in two, thousand, twenty hit the ball to right field away. He does that was I think. It's were to right field right including the home. Look. It's a he's a remarkable story for starters what he's only twenty one yet. Yes. Played above class say he can hit the bat looks legit. He walked more than he struck out in the minors last year and yeah, the Blue Jays have gotten dope production from their catchers this year. So can he play in the play offs I dunno buster yes. I mean you know who knows when we actually get there but you know when we reach this time of year teams, they don't really care what's in the back your baseball card they they don't really care when you were drafted or you know how much money they paid you. They only WANNA know if you're getting results, this is someone signed in two thousand sixteen out of Tijuana Mexico. As an amateur free agent and you know and I know teams are not going to be calling up catchers at age twenty one unless they wanna take a look
"sandoval" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
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"sandoval" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Going to interview, and perhaps in some cases, introduce you to a filmmaker you're going to be hearing more and more about is about sandoval. She just had a profile on Indie wire that called her essentially the first. Filipino. Female. transgender outer. Are you pleased with that. What they're calling me a Taurus Oh? That's never. In very honored to be refrigerated Dallas actually kind of might intention and goal in making Lingua Franca This this movie. So. I part I should my my mom's mom lived with us. My whole life, my grandma passed away when I was almost twenty. So for virtually twenty years, we had my grandma in the House with twenty four hour nursing care. and from that, we got to know this whole Filipino network. And it is a network. yes and and you know so we Vicky Pablo Vicky Pablo is with us the longest she was with us for almost twelve years and I. I learned so much about the culture, but I also got to see the care and so this movie just the way it starts you're very opening scene. I started crying. Because you are comforting. This person who is it is the person you take care of elderly woman who's dealing with dementia and the warmth, and the way in which you introduce your relationship is so beautiful and for any of us who've lived with this in real life for any of us who've grown up with this especially. It's exactly it's it's the truth. It's absolutely the What. What do you think it is that? Has. Created this network of caregivers what is it? You think in the in the nature of? Filipino. Filipina if Philippine x now is that what? I'm serious. Is that what I should call it I'm learning I'm trying to learn. Learning as well. What is it in the nature of of? The women in particular. That makes them such nurtures. Um He the Philippines as a nation and as a people have always been. Bay friendly inhospitable anything. particularly. The women are. I. Guess. We're just socialize that way irs and nurtures in as it so happens. That below Baugh. Job Market so to speak. There's a lot of demand, four Filipina, nurses and caregivers, but it's also there's a paradox of. Filipinas leaving their own families, their houses in Shell. Sheldon to move to a different country. You know like the US or the UK to care for another family and then can be quite. You said. Can Be. A. Melancholy Bitter. Sweet. It's not like you're giving up your own family to take care of another, which is the most selfless act and. At the same time though incredibly sad I think again for US personally, we're very lucky because Vicki's family lived here. And so we didn't feel quite so much like we were tearing her.
Washington DC's National Zoo announces that female giant panda may be pregnant
"Is on. The National Zoo's giant panda is pregnant and will give birth in a few days. According to those whose chief veterinarian giant panda Mei Zhang, will have her first cub in five years in the next few days has national Zoo chief veterinarian Dr Don Neiffer, who saw a fetus when he didn't ultrasound this morning. I could not detect the heartbeat today, but that doesn't mean anything. It just means I didn't find it. But theater issue is very healthy, very good blood flow going into the uterus, and the good news doesn't end there. He didn't see a second fetus. But there were a few things that suggest that there are two president. So when will the car be born? If I have to guess now, maybe with sayings Monday night through Thursday night, Curtis Sandoval U N L n w e mail dot com e
Coronavirus latest: US reports record jump in coronavirus cases for third straight day
"Thirty six states are now reporting increases in the number of coronavirus cases just to report decreases but there is some good news in all of this says correspondent polo Sandoval this morning at least a handful of states from yesterday reporting their largest single day increase in terms of covert cases the result has been a gram of record breaking weekend here in New York so certain at night and day difference as a state reporting its test positivity rate of less than one percent yesterday today the world passed the ten million mark for infections
As COVID-19 Spreads In Prisons, Lockdowns Spark Fear Of More Solitary Confinement
"The United States stands out for its use of extended solitary confinement in prisons there has been some reform recently but now prisons across the country are increasing the use of solitary and lockdowns to slow the spread of the corona virus in prison reformers are worried NPR's Joseph Shapiro reports some states and the federal government had started making changes in some prisons children can no longer be held in solitary confinement or pregnant women or people with significant mental illness Jessica Sandoval from a coalition of groups fighting against solitary says that progress is now in danger we're starting to see an alarming trend surfacing in light of comic nineteen that trend is outlined in a new report by her group unlocked the box it says there are already sixty thousand prisoners in solitary now in response to the pandemic another three hundred thousand state and federal prisoners have been confined to their cells in solitary confinement or lockdown walked down varies from prison to prison some the ball says in most cases prisoners can't leave their cells for meals or exercise or to go to prison jobs they can't get visits from family there might be limits on mail and phone calls some of our worries that because it's hard to know what goes on inside prisons some of those restrictions will stick we believe that this is the start of a trend to continue to institutionalize the practice of solitary
Can black journalists cover the Black Lives Matter movement objectively?
"Is a partisan for the press to say black lives matter news rooms across the country are debating the role that journalists should be playing and particularly when it comes to talking about race in America the twenty sixteen conversation with NPR's code switch then Washington post reporter Wesley Lowery had this to say about the idea of objectivity I don't like the word when we talk about how to be objective we begin the conversation with a lot like we did begin the conversation with the lie that we don't have biases and that we don't receive the welterweights right I strive to be fair and that means I have to interrogate my own biases that fairness means I have to go out of my way to make sure I'm giving a fair critique hearing the people who I know I disagree with journalists at The New York Times revolted over an op ed which many said threatened black lives that same week the Pittsburgh post Gazette barred some of its black reporters from covering the protests over fears that they'd be quote too biased and on the other hand just yesterday the news organization Axios announced that its reporters can participate in protests and that the company fund would cover bail for any employee who is arrested some news rooms across the country appear to be changing fast what could that mean for journalism as a possible to be fair and transparent without being objective I'll tell you this is a conversation that the one eighteen is having a lot and we should note that we reached out to NPR whose standards and guidelines we have bye bye but they declined to take part in the program joining us is Ricardo Sandoval Palos public editor for PBS Ricardo welcome to when I thank you thank you for having me also here is Nicole Hannah Jones reporter for The New York Times magazine covering racial injustice the call welcome back thank you the call start with you in the past couple of weeks past two weeks we've seen several incidents involving newsrooms scrutinizing journalists of color over their inability to be objective here's that word again talk to us about some of those incidents well we saying really three major incidents and and who knows how many others where journalists haven't spoken out about them but we have the case in Pittsburgh and that was where of course to black journalists wonderful one photo journalists want to print journalists were taken off of the beat to be able to cover the protests of the black journalist had posted on social media images of trash everywhere of garbage everywhere and said oh look at you know these looters and then said actually it's it's a Kenny Chesney the end of a Kenny Chesney tail gate and I guess her bosses thought that that was inappropriate to pull her off of the coverage we still have no explanation about why the photo journalist who is also a a black journalists was pulled off of the coverage and then go ahead of well tell me about what happened at your paper the senator Tom cotton's op ed sure so we ran online and op ed written by Tom cotton that was basically calling out for the U. S. military to be imposed on cities and states where the governors did not want that help in order to put down a protest that they felt were violent there was a huge pushback amongst journalists at The New York Times a book of more than a thousand journalists signed a letter put forth by our our our union I'm saying we oppose that in a lot of journalists went and spoke online about it and it was for it was for two reasons one this this editorial did not go through the proper normal fact checking process that any thing that appears in the time should go through but we also felt you we were getting kind of free space to a sitting U. S. senator to suppress their free speech rights of Americans and that that platform should not be given over in that way yeah that this would have been a news story and as a new story it would have been fine but not to allow to be a newspaper and allow someone to talk about using the military to repress free speech I was too far for many of us a lot of journalists were upset about that I remember waking up that morning looking at Twitter and just seeing the operate also the opinion editor James Bennet he resigned on Sunday how significant is that part local I'm you know it's complicated I I've worked with James Bennett and I certainly don't want to speak on kind of internal personnel matters but do you think that was necessary in resigning I I think he made the decision that he felt he needed to make we certainly we as journalists at The New York Times wanted this to be taken seriously yeah and it appears that it
2 die from coronavirus in Florida, raising US death toll to 17
"The death toll from the corona virus in the U. S. has climbed to at least seventeen and there are more than three hundred seventy confirmed cases correspond Apollo Sandoval reports New York state is dealing with dozens of infections all of seventy six across the state of New York eleven of the near New York City both of them in fact fifty seven of them nearby Westchester county many of those have been linked to one specific individual so many of those for those with worship with the authorities are certainly now taking a closer look at perhaps an elder care facilities in and around Westchester county some prescription drugs may be harder to come by because of the corona virus outbreak China is the dominant global supplier of many raw ingredients used in common drugs from antibiotics to pain killers many Chinese factories remained shut down to prevent the spread of the corona virus causing concern there will be a shortage of drugs India also manufactures many medications and is now saying it will require drug makers to get permission to export dozens of medicines the food and drug administration says it's important to note there are drug alternatives that can be used by patients and any
Chicago: Cook County commissioner resigns amid federal probe
"Cook county commissioner Jeff to bowl ski has submitted his resignation to County Board president Toni Preckwinkle WGN's Megan choir a spokesperson for practical side because double ski did not state the reason for his resignation the president is not going to speculate about why he's leaving his post but his departure comes in the wake of a widespread federal corruption probe in September the FBI raided his offices at village hall and took fifty one thousand dollars in cash from a safe inside his home search warrant suggests they were looking for documents about his annual cubs spring training trips and is home heating and air conditioning system the feds hold away hard drives related to the renovation of the altar grill a restaurant in the cook some have called the mayor's private hang out those federal raids are connected to an investigation into former state senator Martin Sandoval Sandoval has since resigned and pleaded guilty to corruption charges he's now cooperating with a federal investigation into corruption involving the state's red light camera program
Outbreak starting to look more like worldwide economic crisis
"The burglars outbreak is starting to look more like a worldwide economic crisis that is a drag already slumping financial markets even lower on Friday stocks had their worst weekly finish since the two thousand eight financial crisis Friday the Dow dropped another three to fifty seven points Sandoval chief investment strategist at CFRA research says that historically viral epidemics don't depress the economy for long if you look back to sars in two thousand and three swine flu bird Steve Boland seca when you look one month two months three months after the first U. S. case the S. and P. five hundred was higher one hundred percent of those observations Stovall suggests the markets are
"sandoval" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Had enough of hearing about jackets. Brittany really posting about it. Maybe they're just so wasted. Wake me the other night. Let's not go there. I'm not gonNA pretend like it didn't happen to make you feel better. Never mean to even you give me a tone. I give you a ton. That's my personality me who I am do you. Don't love me who I am then. Provide your embarrassed by your actions and you should be cut it out. Cut It out or I'm GONNA leave you. I'm gonNA leave right now. Oh Gosh stuff okay. Let's go to Cindy from Louisville. Hi Cindy what's your question. Tom Do you agree with Stasi that. You've never really liked her. Since the first season of Banta comp rules and do you ultimately regret rage texting or no I I would have sent that text. I'm kidding I'm kidding. I'm kidding no of course I regret sending that tax and no I do like starchy. I you know there were there. Were things that were going on with that party. That were you know I not her fault. But also you know major details that we're kind of underplayed and I took out my frustration on the wrong person. You know all right. Let's go to call from Indiana Nicole. What's your question for Adam? Pally had What is the worst interaction you've had with the fans and punching baby ODA in the face no I haven't really had any negative interactions? It's been all pretty pretty great fun to punch. Maybe it was fun. Yeah it was more fun to be in all that stuff and like to ride around on a on a hover scooter and stuff like that. That was fun punching. Maybe it was a little stressful. Because it's just it's expensive and a lot of stuff going on right But yeah no. I haven't really had like there's like I think no one's like disinvited mutiny. Star wars conventions or anything. The candidates invited to my star. Wars Party thank you hard. Pass that that's possible new Money Stream for you. Look I would take let's say yes Speaking of money streams. It's game everybody. The death of Sandoval is friendship Jackson but at least that moment led to the birth of a fun game lemons lemonade. It's time to find out who's in the Sir ally. Pally Adam we'll put. These RAMONA is on.
Former Illinois State Senator Pleads Guilty to Federal Bribery and Tax Offenses
"When a former Illinois state senator pleading guilty to accepting around two hundred fifty thousand dollars in bribes for protecting the interest of a red light camera company Martin Sandoval entered the plea in an agreement with prosecutors Tuesday a day after federal prosecutors listed charges against him under the plea deal the fifty six year old promises to cooperate with federal prosecutors in ongoing public corruption investigations federal decision to cooperate comes after more than a year of home and office raids against multiple Democrats several of
Former Illinois state Sen. Sandoval pleads guilty to bribery and tax fraud
"When a former Illinois state senator pleading guilty to accepting around two hundred fifty thousand dollars in bribes for protecting the interest of a red light camera company Martin Sandoval entered the plea in an agreement with prosecutors Tuesday a day after federal prosecutors listed charges against him under the plea deal the fifty six year old promises to cooperate with federal prosecutors in ongoing public corruption investigations federal decision to cooperate comes after more than a year of home and office raids against multiple Democrats several
Illinois ex-lawmaker charged with bribery in red-light camera program
"Former Illinois senator Martin Sandoval makes a federal court appearance this morning after being charged in a bribery scandal settle is charged with taking payoffs from a red light camera operator for supporting legislation friendly to the company he's also accused of filing false tax returns Chicago Tribune investigation found Sandoval intervened in the contract to put red light cameras in Oakbrook terrace he resigned in November you'll remember that the Oakbrook terrace mayor recently remote resigned as well amid this ongoing
Monsey stabbing: Five people injured at rabbi's home, suspect in custody
"I'm more rich again to a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county sound for broadcastify after five people were stabbed that celebration in Muncie today ms reporter Roger stern has the story in this live report from the scene here Kathleen witnesses say it was a huge knife almost like a machete aren Colin saw the intruder pull it out after he entered this house belonging to an a cedar grab by the stuff to throw you to the big room which was on the left side and I've thrown table secure that he should get out of here by the time the attacker fled there were five people was stab wounds report at least one of them in critical condition but there was a break in the case someone got the license plate number off the get away car and the suspect was picked up in Harlem two hours later he's not been publicly identified this follows a series of anti semitic attacks in our area Steve gold as president of the Jewish federation foundation of Rockland to be a Jew now is very very scary I know friends of mine who are orthodox Jews they won't wear the yarmulke some public anymore because they're afraid they're going to be attacked in fact it was just a month ago that a man walking a synagogue was stabbed in this very community Roger stern ten ten wins live in Muncie and and and burns dean of the anti defamation league was there soon after the attack could actually have an opportunity to meet the rabbi who is leading a celebration is home and actually went across the street to the synagogue where he continued to celebrate Hanukkah holiday which is with his congregation even just noted despite there was just a horrific act that took place in his home you know just you're really moments before correspondent polo Sandoval has some reaction you've heard a massive response and reaction from authorities in and around New York area for example York governor Andrew Cuomo tweeting not long after this stabbing happened saying that he was horrified by the events in Rockland county which is a short drive from New York City here reiterating a message that we have really hurt not just tonight but for the last several days here under the strain of anti semitic incidents that have taken place in New York City earlier today we counted at least at eight of on that happened this week alone in the wake of the attack merit of law's you tweeted the city will not allow this to become the new normal and we use every tool we have to stop these attacks once and for
The next five days will make history. Here's what to expect on impeachment.
"The accused when he sits perched in an executive private hospitals wheat and asks new Yorkers to recognize his prior accomplishments now overshadowed by horrific actions hallmark channel's changed his mind and is now apologizing for pulling ads featuring same sex weddings corresponded Pablo Sandoval with more all the starting last week a conservative group posting complains that it claimed were coming from hallmark you're saying that the ads words family friendly crown media which actually the hallmark channel's parent company explaining that the ads were eventually pulled because it became a distraction and then last night this from Mike Perry our mission is rooted in helping all people connect celebrate traditions and be inspired to capture meaningful moments in their lives ahead of hallmark as anything that detracts from this purpose is not who we are thirty five degrees cloudy New York going up to thirty seven as the snow arrived this afternoon when you lose time ten thirty six the final isn't Star Wars film
U.S. income inequality has not been as wide as it is now in a half-century
"Gun U. S. government figures released today show income inequality jump last year here's Carmen Roberts a gap between the haves and the have nots keeps growing census bureau statistics show income inequality expanded from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen to the widest gap in more than half a century of tracking the statistics one factor economist Hector Sandoval at the university of Florida says the twenty seventeen tax cut. also we help the rich more than others another factor to large populations at opposite ends of the wealth line baby boomers at the peak of their earnings and millennials engines ears early in their careers earning
"sandoval" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"To get everything you need in your armpits in the mirror things like fifteen hundred thousand done on a hundred units abo- talks between both armpits. That's a lot. Do you guys do both tax or any of those. I've never i just moisturised the hell out of my <unk> face drink water. I'm too scared to trevor. Try botox did some. I did some behind my ears but i'm gonna get it. Why because when i smile all my ears go up in the my hair comes over and like my head you're joking right see. I thought it was a nice characteristic of yours but yeah that's really funny things we noticed. Was it like you got like a little filler or something. Then you freak down like reverse it like the next day. Yeah yeah was my lip. You can reverse it reverse filler filler. You can have laser no. You don't have it laser down. You just inject something else in it. Dissolves solve yeah. <hes> what are you guys is top male beauty secrets because you guys are both like good looking guys. You keep yourself clean manzke rash. Yeah could be fresh. I'm not as it's known as being stylish but tom has some good tips. I think i mean i think every guys should have a dealer. You know for like if hungover get rid of dark circles. If you get a pimple or something you guys do they just do it in secret and i like that you put it <music> out there like yeah or like borrowing their girlfriends running to the like walgreens. It's like get yourself some some good shit you know with some coverage <hes> maxine mattress skin tone because that's the one thing about growing your girlfriend's. It's like it's her skin tone but yeah i mean i think every guys should have concealed learn. Maybe a little like bronze always really good for a guy like i've i know a great liquid bronze. Early clinic makes one and it goes on like it. You can't can't tell you're wearing it at all and especially when you're guy in the winter like you don't need to like go tanning you know if you want color because people are only seeing like your hands in your face so you know you just put a little bit on your face and it's it tom someone we live together and still never used it before. You've applied it for me. When i was with skylink expired now together a long time ago we did live together for a year and a half almost two years ago. We lived together for two years more than two years. No nope. I was dating katie for a while while still living with you yeah lots i never had before i lived with tom. I had never seen another dude mm-hmm flat iron his hair and i didn't judge it and after i watched him do it like it really does make a difference i never turn into. I never fully embraced it but flat irons awesome like pre auditions so you have alexis commercial and you want to have that fresh young hip hair. Oh yeah it makes a huge difference. It's not that hard to learn but like it also gives you control to getting. No peter's been straightening is there a lot lady was like do i tell him that. It looks better when it's not straightened or do. I just let him go with it. I don't think it looks to done like it just like it looks like he's like trying a little too hard and i think peter has a natural literal like quirky pirates swag doesn't need to do the straightened like hair straight relaxed actually no he straightens it. I've watched emily. I shared a room with him. In miami. We were literally like fighting for the mirror and i was like peter. You've done with straight zone on one. Didn't you guys make a pack down there. If you're not married in ten years you're going to get married did we. I think i blacked out you were on the verge. I feel like i've made that packed with someone else. Oh no that was just to unfreeze my eggs my gabe zach. I was like i mean you're tall dark hair. You got light eyes so he said if i forty.
"sandoval" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"It was like she might have to go back to storage and get something but then when he said it was eighty s i was like god out. I'm good in the sixties. I mean you could just like meet somebody nobody in grocery store and just like eight sacks and they'd be like yeah and then bam and ordered like i got some acid in my truck. I got some good you know. Now i mean i was listening to george lazenby. He's like diary or whatever as a model and like the sixties it was crazy and how he like fully hyper masculine also just like completely finagled his way into the role of james bond after sean connery. It's such a cool. Documentary is one of my favorite favorite bonds to you turned me onto him. Yes really well. It's a great bond that he was the youngest bond ever and he was like six foot four are something he's like super tall. Tom recently went on a james bond bender and he almost everyone any are there. There's <hes> <hes> soon to be twenty-five all of them reside in watch. I've watched them over these watch the ones that i hadn't seen before only twenty five bonds yeah because the bond coming out with the daniel craig is going to be called on twenty five for the bond tanja yeah i couldn't. I'd have a hard time dealing with cars in the eighties. There were really shitty. Yeah these cars sucked. It wasn't a great decade for automobiles you that you would get a get a car with a spoiler in the eighties eighties. Hey i want it would be like one hundred fifteen horsepower something well musically it was a great the decade it music really changed on the eighties because basically in the seventies they would record a whole band playing like think like a live band that would go into a room and they would just mike everybody up for live performance but once the eighties started they start they started doing tracking so like you know you you play the rhythms first and then you go back and you play the guitar then you layer the guitar again then you can somebody goes back and just plays tambourine for the whole song and somebody goes back and plays like like keyboard and unlike so music became so much more cleaner and crisp wave underproduced like like music jumped ford like you know leaps and bounds in the eighties. Yeah there was an innocence to that. We don't that's lost now with the internet. I feel like i've seen inexperience. Everything at least in two dimensions on the internet cocaine definitely took off wade through yeah but yeah i just hyper connected and like doc the more you know the harder it is to kind of be happy. I don't want to get to all but there's so much at our fingertips. I i wanted to tweet something the other day and i was like i bet somebody oh. I wanted to tweet hot cheetos summer because everyone's saying hot girl summer caught. It was funny. Some doubt google. I the twitter in like three other people at already said it. You can't come up with original thoughts anymore..
"sandoval" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Shorts. He can't even remember who would be in the history of ever even have another relationship a relationship junkie. I'm a serial monogamist always three years now. My whole life surpassed the three year mark. How long have you the total like almost nine yeah shit. How you guys started dating at the same time shane and i started dating three three and outs. Let's say answer. I celebrate yeah well. Yeah i mean listen. I can still masturbate zach. I don't do that. That's a known doc on shannon's. I don't do that listen. I'm gonna get you some buzzed bunsen. I start every organize them put in her closet and save them for later not ever use that i have three vibrators still like fully package that i just took to palm springs left in my closet. They're maybe one day. I'll l. Phil crazy and try it but i don't. You're missing out saying yeah i'm getting. I haven't been to your you know you're a villa in palm springs but i'm getting the feeling that it's like some sort of swingers. Seniors pad crazy down there of pizza boxes. I love this game is becoming. All all of the producers played recently. Oh i know yeah okay so i my roommate's nine invented this in college. I guarantee all numbers are going to start playing it because eric gordon talked about this one. I'm going to make this an sell. It is okay so you lay out we played..
"sandoval" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Over whiskey. I don't i never drank enough to find out one shot of it. Is it better than fireball flus. I've lost that love and feeling for i love a fireball still yeah fireball over tequila for me any day. Ooh no. I'm mukasa migos rep assad. Oh girl these days yeah. I liked that. I liked like custody goes out to. I don't like the silver as much now that i've spoiled myself with representation help but repos like my go-to. I usually do shots of either whiskey. If i'm seeing it's always whiskey or tequila and then i do a beer but like at tom tom i'll have the stroke of midnight usually at least one stroke of midnight which is a cold brew coffee and then i wore a do much buco which is like in the beginning of the night energy boosts start with a cocktail on when i go to tom i always start with one of our cocktails case struck him in the macho bucci really good drinks by the way and then i moved onto the simple. I've i've actually well two things. Thanks the other night well first of all to go back to what you were saying about cocktails. I i moved away from beer a little bit. I'll have a couple paul <hes> but especially concert or music festival or anything like that kinda. Try to stay away from beer because i have to pee seco- doc tell me about it where was recently and it was like at the freak in hollywood forever cemetery. We brought a bunch of white claws and i probably had six or seven of them tom. I think i had to go to the porta-pottys six times. I was like i'm not i'm never doing this again. When i go to concerts now it's like double jack and coke yeah and then that's because i'll just sip on them and i'm fine beers end up slamming and then to like if it sitting and like beer like obviously the bottom warm part. I don't want to mess with but <hes> do the other day. I had a winning the tom. Tom and i had like two stroke. Midnights and too much buddha's go and we went out. We went to rocco's for like that was when i saw you rocco's louis last monday i went home. I was wired. We left left. One and i don't want to clean up the kitchen before i went to bed. I ended up cleaning the entire house all night house guys. It's huge yeah. It hasn't been cleaning a minute too so like i just went fucking crazy. I was like being outside giving the poor clean alad. Almost nuts like so tom tom you know pace yourself at the mazda boot. He says the roker midnights yeah. Are those your go-to drinks on the cocktail list <hes> yeah. I like them because you know they're quick easy and give you energy. She booze especially. I i also i like the doc holliday and the clockwork pink. Those i love those struggle the struggle midnights my favorite <hes> <hes> it's a cold brew coffee with vanilla vodka includes a very simple tonight but we martini we league put a little coat. Yes pretty much very similar. We put a little cocoa powder and toasted. <hes> who can not on top kicks it up. I'm gonna go by their tonight so i'm gonna try that obstacles to but i have to do an interview. I'm gonna come in tomorrow. I'll be insanity and arianna cocktail book. What are you can you say smoother favorites from their oh it's preorder right now and comes out in december. Yep preorder at people thank you. It's really sort of <hes>. You know obviously anybody. Can you know so you can just google cocktail. If you wanna know recipe but this is more of like a situational cocktail book we have it goes from classy to trashy so we have everything i'm from like really high end. We have.
"sandoval" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"One song you don't ever want to sing for for everyone listening out there as paradise city by guns and roses you love it. I love it. Everyone loves it but it's a terrible karaoke song. Not what sandoval does it he kills. Does that sound okay. There's a long song. I'll give you that seven minutes long osh. I didn't realize it was repetitive. Yeah it is it does get really repented. They have a shorter version of it which is nice but also george. Michael is a man eater and george michael those are freedom but freedoms like almost seven minute song long yeah but that's such a crowd pleaser. Everyone's i could serve the audience. It's okay to be selfish will like with d._j. -ing they say to the audience it's one for you right was karaoke. It should be like all the audience yes. Maybe it's okay to indulge it depends on the audience is and you get a feel for the audience when you're in a karaoke okay bar right if you don't mind doing more nissan's right yeah yeah but i'm sorry no offense janitor but like when someone gets to like a lana del rey song or something gene assay f- like i'm no one wants to hear that blackout and i did i think it'd bluejeans by lana del rey at that venice bar the oh santa monica and there's four people and i'm like thank god is trying to support him. I don't think they took my wow. I did not finish the saw there. I realized how embarrassed hord they realized but someone making such the key. Is you want to flirt with blacking out. You wanna walk walk the line. You don't want to actually be blacked out when you say when i'm in that state. I never think i'm blocked out. I think i'm great yeah. It's a fine line okay schwartz i wanted before we do some more. Would you rather so you mentioned half shots but i do remember seeing last season on the show your math being very off with the half shot eh so how many half shots but you say you tonight and what does that equal and full. I usually probably do eight shots which eagles shoots shots yeah dude. I do like what type of listen we're talking. We're talking you know. I'm one of those like not on a casual wednesday at eleven thirty. I'm like four hafeez five. Maybe in probably will forget and crazy or about to karaoke. I'm definitely taken eight half shots over the course of maybe three and a half four hours. Okay hours to drink san while you must drink like coors lights and light beers which is why you're always. I've never seen you like really bad or maybe a few times but like you managed to stay put together. <music> seem sandoval can be blacked out but still have a fully like educated conversation with that one to one with you would like at festivals and stuff with beers. I'm somehow somehow so blocked out and you're like fine. Have you heard the spanish teacher story no come on. I'm sure you've heard it seventeen times. The go-to drink me yeah. Oh yes so i- mine is my ultimate. Favorite combination is a nice.
"sandoval" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"It's fun as long as it's not like you know your double gulping tequila exactly so it's not looking to get obliterated. I dislike robbery and it's fun and it's a bonding experience shots except when we're doing karaoke karaoke yet definitely want to get a little. I do full shots drink. Yeah i sure how many times a week do you karaoke on average on average. I would say like one. Maybe you should have at least once this week. I know i think it has lost. Both monday's okay with last monday rocco's in this monday right yeah but i was there this past one day is because it was like our one year anniversary employees we did our kitchen staff because we couldn't do our kitchen staff and in front of the house employees at the same time so we did our kitchen staff after that because we had to like our front of the house it was like during the day can never kitchen staff going shiva's bartenders good workshop face. That's fine goto schroeck quick. Ah what's your go-to karaoke song. I love rock and roll the britney spears version. I mean obviously i'll do the joan jefferson. What look i don't karaoke. Is this on my anna locked out and then i'll only agree if it's like spice girls or something where or i can be drowned out by other people. If i carry okay by myself like call nine one one okay yeah. There's very few songs. I'll do by myself because as we all know. I do like to perform but i am not a singer. I've never claimed to be a singer. I like to do music for fun. It's a fun hobby as i just did my first music video which was like a bucket list thing. It was so much fun but i'm like. I can't sing so i love rock and roll. The brittany spears version is in my realm of vocal range raines live with tom confidence when i'm with him because you see him go up there and he's got so much moxie and in your sights i can do this and i can't do it. I liked performing loves performing live but i'm a terrible singer. I felt what's in my wheelhouse. I was on my mind's four non blondes what's going on kamanga. That's laws go yeah. I always have to like sit. There and schwartz will sit there cup the mike just the last thing you ever want to do and i have to sit there and go up there and kinda sorta single start singing and then sort of back off so schwartz will kind of come in and sometimes he sits cross legged on the floor and he's in his room that was back in my full shot days we've done we've done <hes> basket case yeah yeah like that harmonize. During that one yeah we did actually yeah top-five karaoke song sample. I would say working for the weekend by loverboy <hes> definitely <hes> guns and roses paradise city. Oh oh sherrie by steve perry muse time is running out <hes>. It'll be your lover man eater. What's the what are you saying bill george michael beale louver billy ocean but <hes> i really like if somebody can knows the phil collins part like doing easy lover by philip bailey and phil collins. I've heard you do that. One z love should take your harmonica june one song you don't ever want to sing for for everyone listening out there as paradise city by guns and roses you love it..
"sandoval" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Vegas. Listen live there right now for the rest of my life about that. It'll state income tax. <hes> i mean on the strip yeah on the strip yeah okay i mean i basically lived on the strip. I was one block off. It and i did not want to come back. I loved living in vegas for like three. Days of life is beautiful. I'm like i'm never coming back thing. Hopefully that's the thing when you live in vegas. Don't party like that like i lived there for what five and a half months i went to a club two times one because all of our producers came out to support my show so we all went out celebrate your there that weekends at one time i went to a club and then the other time was a friend's birthday and i went to marquee. You've way more control than the rest of us. I feel like i do actually i. You can stay in and do that if i lived on the las vegas strip. I'd probably be dead in thirty days as you would acclimate and adjust the first few maybe years first month. Maybe ravaged yourself known also we're in our. I think we're all in our thirties. Now we are yeah. Janna just entered the thirty globe last month. Well balanced like the party but i'm also super healthy working. Now you do have shots now. Yes half shots. It changed my life because i get to sloppy to consistently well a lot of times. When you go to bars you know you order shot and they always over poor always right so what we started doing is just splitting shots self. There's like four people you order two shots and then you just you. You know you just share it. Yeah 'cause wake. I explained over and over <hes>. I honestly contrary to what you may think. I'm perceived. I don't necessarily drink to get super fucked up. I just love. I love the camaraderie of it. I love the sportsmanship sportsmanship of who doesn't get excited when someone brings around a shot so it lake. It's fun..
"sandoval" Discussed on Giants Splash
"That was what grade right now especially how to guys we made it a denying here that being being women. Those three or four season is means allow for for for this organization. They i've heard players say that winning wondering makes you wanna win. To which makes you want to win three. Do you want wanna win for you wouldn't find any two more. Oh yeah one for the thumb. Yes it when the when the forty niners played it just a few more questions with pablo sandoval. I know you need to go and get ready for the game. <hes> the the one thing you told me and you told some other writers when we were in arizona and you were you were very successful is that you may be feel like you want to set an example now. You have young children <hes> and <hes> that you feel that you want to set an example for them. Partly you by just doing whatever you need to do in whatever role they give you. Could you explain that a little bit. When you have kids especially boy you you wanna make it a sample linda. Nothing can stop it will kick keep believing yourself killing all the rooms you have and i i wanna be a role model for my kids won't be the that simply he he feel proud his dad that are they. They always believe in him and never give up for things. I'm the guy ago segment dooney in my life that be part of servings of this again then. I enjoy some so many moments many gray days that i'll be having in this second chance so many opportunities that are being taken care of. I think it's true in every line of work that you you when you have something taken away away from you and you get that second chance. <hes> you really really appreciate it. I think it happened to me as a writer. I think it's happened to other players. <hes> is is that really the point here. I mean you get a second chance. You have to appreciate it more. When you get a second chance you out toward more and everything and i prove that the youth still got it and <hes> you know wasn't easy wasn't is in those moments audible when you got the right person next to you got that right person to tell you that when you're doing good when you're doing doing run is not yet bowes. I'm sorry but you need to have balls to do. Take the punch in to get up and keep walking. I keep doing the things you love because the person next year tell you and i give you that bush for your kids for you. Finally for everything that people around was my family. Tell me through that. I was running a aw. Take that restaurants. I really manitoba now key walking with my head up and i kid laver dots a person. We're we're human being we would make me stay. We prefer no went. Make you great person. When you take those those mistake mistake and a human in step at all do have you can't do to be ready for just two more here. One that <hes> you know i think some of the fans have asked me about is i mean you think when you're playing career is over. You would like to coach and maybe managed someday. I don't know i don't know i use spent time with my family. I would love to coach my kid. You know if you'd like to play baseball. <hes> we love to be his goal jbeil one one day one sunday one day. I want to think about it. He goes down to do baseball so i would love to do. I got gray. Mentors bought or jeez meal. As a person i saw fire. I saw family player. You know we learn that in this eleven years. We bought you be part of his career here. In san francisco for nine years miss a lot for me some great mentor now one day. I woke taylor him. Well on one of the things he's done is. He's trusted you to pitch now. You've had a lot of games this season unfortunately a lot of games that have gotten out of hand with the score art when the game starts going to be seven to one eight to one or whatever you actually put it in your mind that hey maybe this is the day i'm going to have to go on the mound this now now yeah because he asked me if you wanna do fund luna though they will we lost eighteen something against he told me don't do it because i even start me and as you know what i want to do is to how wrong he pullman third base every time the our our our stole the khloe about boy oy bring this. Is you know that right starting pitcher pablo sandoval you only have to pitch one game and then you'll be eligible to be taken as a starter in fantasy baseball <hes> <hes> listen. This is <hes> just been wonderful talk and i. I really appreciate it. I know people are gonna love listening to this. Thank.
8-Year-Old St. Louis Girl Shot Dead Near High School Football Event
"In St Louis is gunfire claims of very young life while accounts it seems that this little girl was just simply an innocent bystander was caught in the crossfire when gunfire erupted the police chief saying that officers way either at or near the site before those shots rang out they were responding to a fight and broken out on the city's northwest side that's near where the local high schools there investigators saying the two teen boys and a woman were wounded and also sadly an eight year old little girl also shot but as the police chief says she did not survive that is pull Sandoval reporting police officials say the shootings happened after after the the the victim victim victim and and and her her her family family family attended attended attended a a a football football football exhibition exhibition exhibition nearby nearby nearby in in in all all all seven seven seven children children children under under under the the the age age age of of of seventeen seventeen seventeen have have have been been been killed killed killed by by by gunfire gunfire gunfire in in in St St Louis so far this year
U.S. Marine dies of injuries in Australian training accident
"Decorated, US marine from Fairfax has died in Australia days after a military training accident twenty one year old Lance corporal, Hans Sandoval Perea died of injuries suffered during a routine training exercise in an Australian military facility near Darwin in the country's far north about twenty five hundred marines are stationed in Darwin as part of an annual rotation program. Mm-hmm.
Stuck In Tijuana, Many Central American Migrants Opt For A Job
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from e-verify supporting employers with secure employment eligibility verification moving at the speed of your business. So you can confirm with confidence. Let's go higher at e-verify dot gov slash go. Now to wanna where it's been raining for two days. That's made a dismal situation even more miserable for the central Americans camped out near the US border. And yet, even though the migrants entered Mexico illegally, the country is offering them jobs. More and more migrants are taking up the offer NPR's David welna reports. At the edge of the mud-filled loopless sports complex where some six thousand Central American migrants shelter under tents and tarps five minute. Underwear? Bathed under a stream of cold water waiting his journey as a twenty year old Honduran named ho sway Pineda. This camp may be full of sick and discouraged refugees. He says, but people still have their dreams that might come up. But as yet. Yeah. Lucky? Most people here dream of America opinion says, but if there's a chance to get a job here in Mexico. He's willing to take it. There's our own thin thousand open jobs available in the monkey Laura industry. That's netto. Lopez. The alderman who represents this part of Tijuana the assembly plants known as mucky Lleras that surround the city says are hurting for workers, a problem locals blame on low wages. Those are the factor that work for big name plug Sony by ear and stuff like that here at the Benetton. Ick. Samsung. In a large covered courtyard about a twenty minute walk from the migrant shelter scores of scruffy, looking men and women take numbers and lineup. For job interviews this jobs. Fair was organized by federal and state officials. Neider kale is the fares coordinator, she says so far more than two thousand migrants nearly half the adults in the camp of signed up for one year humanitarian work visas necessity that they got dilemma no, we need human capitals. He says the company's here. Keep asking for more workers and were short on what we can supply them with these migrants and that demand. She says make a very good match. What happened is apartment this when get on the Timberlake Mira Denison university. Those representing the maquiladora industry at the jobs. Fair is Esther Leiva poor te'o. She says the company she works with have fifteen thousand job openings, maybe operations area. Visit where they're looking. More persons employees, and you can't find Mexican workers to do that job Salita heart. Zillow they're looking all the options on the street outside the jobs. Fair is a forty two year old Honduran clutching a sheaf of papers. Rene Castille is happy. He begins a new job at seven o'clock the next morning at an assembly plant where he'll get the equivalent of a dollar eighty eight an hour you'd I say. Die the Puerto hierarchy medical. Thank god. We've been given a chance to work here in Mexico. He says I ask if he's given up on getting into the US, no Wyndham on then so positive for your sake. Or celebrate that guy. No way am I giving up. He says, I'm a positive person. I'll just have to give it a little more time. Cloudy Nonda's mother of four with another on the way is another hundred who's just landed a job. She says she likes Mexico. Mitha news. But the goal is getting to the US. She says, adding it's what every hunter and dreams of this jobs fair. Make some here on easy watching this parade of Central American job. Applicants is a ninety year old. Mexican Roberto Sandoval things. Mexico is doing the US a big favor by giving these people jobs. Glued basic truth. Protect these people that these people become fired countries whom to help migrants are Mexicans. It's a dilemma the new government taking office here. Tomorrow will soon be facing David woman. Pure news who wanna Mexico.
Las Vegas marks one year since 'unforgettable' mass shooting
"Since the Las Vegas shooting at Mandalay bay. The gunman killing fifty eight people at a country music concert from the windows of his hotel room more than eight hundred people hurt Nevada governor Republican Brian Sandoval. We cried we grieved, and we resolved to become Vegas strong in one year later, we are Vegas stronger turning to
"sandoval" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Exactly Workout Other. Sports I know they didn't put their best lineup on the field, today but how in the world is San, Francisco still under five hundred that lineup should be doing a lot more Good bulk on, a few give credit to our starting the, first game we didn't walk hardly any I think we had like From the starters Something like that in the person when you pitch Apply pressure to make them go on and do things, that you wanted to by getting ahead of positive Because you really do what you're supposed to do as. A starting pitcher and you take good offense the bulk of and you change the way they approach you and I think that's just, the first started did I thought he did a really good job of going on strike to getting today Bye bye Just walking and starting to cave in to go while the rest of the day for the Boers Matt Albers running into a little bit. Of trouble his first appearance since he went on the DL and back in early June only got one out giving up three runs on. Two hits you don't want to judge guy too much on his first appearance back from the. Disabled list he was pitching so well prior to really his last outing before going on the disabled list as you watched, him today what was? His problem I. Command. Me The guy, who really really has? A good idea Whether he, could make a good pitcher I get that he just couldn't make the. Big, pitchy could make that big outfits daddy Quite other. The volley Sandoval. Pitches took a nine pitches and they got a bond set by. Play It is found a for for triplet score to rod I think Sharpy very very different for only that. Season contract Being able to locate your pitches for. Awhile Orlando arsia. Comes up with another, hit today. It's a double he plays is normal solid, defense it's only a few games since his return but what have you seen from our that maybe would indicate that he is going to, be able to put stuff back together I won't relax And I think he's come up and, I think he he understands what the. Boost for them When you look at this lineup they're taking the pressure off in, the you know just go up there Yourself I think sometimes. Player who has high expectations at, the south for themselves I said so, they try, to do too much I see After seventy. Last year I think that's what he was doing at the time to do. Too much now with, this lineup. His parade You can just go. Out there every last on do the little things. You have to do to help response and that's putting the ball is way. Down, I think that's, gonna play I think he's gonna. He's gonna do very well You took. This ballclub in the field As much as big Sean second. Play the bigger Ryan Braun does hit, a home run today but he. Goes one for four one of his hits would have, been a home run or one of his outs would have been a home run and most ballparks he could use to hit the ball really hard and hit into the the worst lock. You can possibly see have you ever seen anything like this before where a guy consistently is making a solid contact as Braun is yet he keeps. Just hitting that guys I just think Bye bye You know the one thing that's positive and I know we talked about this before I talking about Ryan on when he starts the ball well and covering the plate and hitting the ball is like good things happen in step. With any he took a pitch out over off the off the plate on the. Outside. Part Yeah Get the ball ballpark in. Championship just go the opposite, way especially the right seal s played a feet and then nothing mastermind put another veteran the opposite. Way so I think it's so encouraging that he's hitting the ball with other ways covering the place using using the whole. Field Good things happen to anybody needs to get a couple balls justifying Yes I think Ryan They now they. Take three or four so really there in the kind of playing with house money as long as they don't get. Swept in Los Angeles I think you could have gone. Into, this road trip Ford San, Francisco place that historically you don't play well four in Los Angeles against dodgers, team that to me I think the dodgers are clearly the best team..
"sandoval" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The one to pitch for sandoval swaying and a line drive down the left field line that gets down fair stores to run an eight lead for the giants as sandoval is driven in five of the eight wrong and the cardinals bullpen gave up ten runs in this ball game nine of them earned thirteen of the giants seventeen hits today came off of the cardinals bullpen now obviously that's because jack clarity had a slow outing to and a third but three runs off of john f five runs off of greg holland and one off of sam to veloce and that no question hurt this cardinals club and again that's the game of the nutshell sponsored by hampton farms peanuts here's mike metheny mike myers did was a momentum shift three two one basesloaded one out fly ball they don't score on and then just the pop is big big shift we turn around score three i mean this is impressive job everybody come in and hold mike you said a little bit of help from everybody started and get out of the third for some users can get done mike athenees thoughts powered by sapio g m power now the cardinals did kit help from their offense including the could be all star for the cardinals who came in and a pinch hit role in the top of the eighth inning black is ready and pitches a swaying a high fly ball deep right field and wong gone completely out of at and t park three run homer for mac carpenter as he comes off the bench and he gives the cardinals shot are well gave them a chance it was eleven to eight at that point until paul de young's error in the bottom of the eighth led to two more runs the cardinals fall thirteen to eight that home run sarcoma the game sponsored by doctors colleen boslter and gilbert fond of the audiology center now the defense wasn't great in the infield today causing to airs but it was outstanding when you come to talk about harrison baiter one strike pitch to posey heinous sets up inside and that is inside a jamson little loop the center longer later on everybody baiter lays out makes the play harrison baiter came out of nowhere bright field and dove for it in shallow right center and took a hit away from buster posey another plus defensive play for the young cardinal outfielder harrison beta had no question watching him lake plays like that as to why he is typically one of the best defenders in terms of outfield in the game today the all star of the allstate good hands catch of the game so as i mentioned matt carpenter could be an all star but one player that is an all star is miles michael is here he is talking after the game today i'm pumped i'm super excited to be a part of it i think it's it's it's bad for me and my family is going to be a dream come true to represent the cardinals at the all star game you know grown up gone watching those games spring training games gets a representative of this game i think it's it's dream come true came here how do you sort of explains translate from the times mentioned arnold's i'd like to say just working hard and learning everything i can from everyone that was over in japan and remembering the things that i had learned back here just continuing to work on everything and never never be happy with you know even a good season that'd be happy with a good game because i think i think always be a little bit better such as always working to be just a little bit better and then it kind of just adds up over a long period of time and then you know to get to where i am now i think that that speaks all that hard work there you go miles michael is he is the lone all star for the cardinals named as he reserves starter for the upcoming all star game and he does to get the start on tuesday cardinals day off tomorrow before they start a two game series against the chicago white sox tuesday at seven ten miles michael takes the mound luke weaver on wednesday both games first pitch is at seven ten amer in total access pregame show starting at six fifteen so that does it for us this afternoon or i guess i should say evening after this long one is the cardinals lose thirteen to eight day off tomorrow and then right back ended on tuesday to continue the.
"sandoval" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To strike approach now i was actually gonna do a piece on this i noticed that the the fielders changed physician i guess it was who was it okay so pablo sandoval and out and alan hansen and i forget who was at the plate but somebody must have had a to strike approach because they switched and put alan hansen at stop and put pablo sandoval over in right field and they did it with two strikes so i think that there are things that people can do and then you take the shipped off which strikes that's i've seen that happen to we'll probably see something like that soon i mean we're getting around pretty fast getting back to pitching in the bullpen of course is starting to come alive now we've seen different changes in short men you know do you think will smith and watson are going to be your answers now until milansan takes that role yeah i mean one of the things i really liked best out of a closer late any reliever no baserunners lots of strike outs philosophy it just just keep those bases clean and keep with them so in some ways i rather like moronta but then he has that walk rate and that makes me nervous so i do think that a tandem situation might really work for them i mean they've got a guys will really really excellent against the the hands they're handing us so watson unless a bunch of really talk right are coming up maybe you can mix and match there but they're a bunch of really good relievers in the bullpen so i'm not as raider about you know surely who's got the big c closer role i i think this is a group that can get them to the finish line and i guess kind of as maybe one of our last questions here to kind of obviously you're based here in the bay area and you do follow the local teams at decent more probably than you can look nationally but i know you keep a very wide nationally who are some of your favorite guys right now just in in baseball at the pro level guys that you've really enjoyed watching you know that we were just talking about to strike approach and no mamas ro in texas is a i think almost like a yo young juan gonzalez just really have a lot of power but also is gonna make a lot of contact and without to strike approach is going to have huge rbi total i there's so many i guess walker bueller he's coming right back soon the pitcher down in la i think he's just got excellent stuff relationship curve ball that's really hard to hit just i don't know there's so many players i mean one of the two that i really love talking to the most of the veterans zach ranking enjoyed auto are almost like front office analysts that also play baseball i happen to do it very well so i really enjoyed talking to them about the way the game is played but you know i think that's baseball right now is really exciting young players and i don't think that necessarily i need to spend my time wondering what's wrong with baseball to help everyone see what's right with pets almost so exciting about it and we look forward to you continuing to do so you can find all of those work at the athletic that's the athletic dot com you know thank you so much for joining us today on the hill with bill vita yeah thanks for having me on thanks so much we appreciate your time nice stuff right there i mean some good quality stuff as we go into more analytics of the game alex we talk about it all the time we talk about pitching analytics of all the shifts in how pitchers half to pitch to the shift or where to work and you know back in my day you didn't have too many shifts you had more or less i throw in throw away and the game baseball's definitely be an education to me as an older player and as you as a younger personal learning about the game and good stuff right there you can always learn something new every day and i think baseball is learning more and more every day as it continues to get more knowledge to be had and it's improving there's no doubt about it sorry we're gonna take it back and we'll be right.
"sandoval" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Bay area but quickly turning into one of the best selling vodkas in northern california local local local why drink texas vodka when you can have vodka from right here in the bay area it's really very good and i like the tahoe water part i really do i mean there's something about it that you just hear that and if you've been up to who you know what i'm talking about all right let's go to ralph and ralph you're came bureau six eighty go ahead hey marty shouldn't be we'd be drinking russian vodka well it's it's it's it's up to someone i know probably we would be but go ahead hey pablo sandoval i was a little bit apprehensive of the giants signing him and they did and i think it's really great that pablo sandoval is giant because he can pitch he can catch he can play the infield and i don't know maybe he can play the outfield well i don't think they wanna see that but i will tell you he's been very very pleasant surprise the bench has been okay it really has been very good so far and they haven't used a lot of guys but hanson's come off the bench she's been good and i know we're incident pence jackson debate here today a little bit of how to handle that but pablo and hundley have been terrific coming off the bench as well so yeah the bench has been a plus and pablos been an absolute plus the problem with longoria and i i know i threw this out before the break you know that's a bad blow for the giants not having him at third they don't have a real replacement at third base yeah they don't but then again pablo sandoval was their third baseman when they won their last world series and and they got they got hanson he played a little bit third there recently if i don't but yeah longoria is that's a that's a tough loss and i still think that pablo gosh dang you know pablo could be cody ross.
"sandoval" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This time for closing segment of today's eye on washington we had a sarcastic aim of any us caller assaulting a tide us and mr chest france that of advocacy yellow policy for the way coasts waste project and guerrilla thin ice spokes dog for the organizations and now in 2011 congresswoman governor sandoval signed into law bill making the most heinous acts of cruelty against gong's cats and companion animals a felony on the first offence how does your bill doesn't complement this improve on it by spotlighting the va had it has an eye on other meant much of the animal cruelty legislation is at the state level and i totally support what the legislature and the governor the but we focus on veterans and federal government abuse and so i think it's a nice compliment to what's going on at that level and mr herman spill certainly uh obviously has has your full support and partnership beyond this effort of course though what what else has the white coat waste project working on this year and beyond will have to see uh congresswoman titus has been congress now again them phasak annoying sar for our our first pat on uh well first person we know on on on washington go on uh congresswoman titus has been leading of wide variety of efforts that we've been involved congresswoman titus have been involved as a leader on a wide variety of efforts all focused on addressing this government animal testing problem because it's so massive and like you said we simply don't have the information about what's going on where the money's going what's happening to animals um so in addition to the pumpers act there's a bill called the fact act that the congresswoman helped introduce that will increase transparency about the use of animals in government testing and also the congressmen led an effort that secured a federal government audit of all government testing happening in federal laboratories how many animals are used for what what it costs and why it's so darn difficult for even someone like congresswoman titus or any other member give basic information so i think i think given a new publicised i think that we need to have tu wien back together and their insane this is the in all seriousness a lot of important legislation that animals and.
"sandoval" Discussed on WEEI
"Th you know which which recently transpired is is any different than possibly previous on hanley ramirez said yesterday that he will not be at first base internationally park tonight a couple of days ago you asked about a shoulder and you said one i don't know specifically from hanley is if it ebbs and flows or if it's just a constant nagging situation so i have you had a chance to talk to him about a shoulder every day and so he doesn't know the answer no but what i'm not going to do is talk to you about his condition but you can't ago now what what what are you could say agassi you kinda did you kinda city id either ebbs and flows or its nagging situation why inflows okay but you but you said before you you didn't know if it absent flows or if it's a constant nagging situation so now it's it as inflows he's got a conditionally deals with daily there's maintenance work that goes into it some days it's more severe than others it is that hamstring you guys that all knowing that he's basically just the designated hitter no because in an emergency he'd be it i brush what's the situation going to be going forward with pablo sandoval well we we've got probably roster move coming up here that you'd always going to cook look fix we we need a picture to add to our roster so what that move is parent is to be on the field of you so as i said yesterday pregame i he is ours it is upon all of us to to get him going to get some added conflicts particularly defensively to get him back in the flow face i in he is on the use of their base tonight what's your biggest concern with him is that offense or defense i picked a deal defences is the onesidedly because the left side of the left side of the play.