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"sandy koufax" Discussed on The MLB Show
"That's really cool. See I mean I think you I always hear you talk about audience always you talk about the boys and girls club and be influenced it had and just hearing dave talk about the impact it had on him but. See gives an idea of what you know why why is so critical in your life and what those experience were like and why it influenced you the same way Dave just talked about it influencing him. I mean exactly what he just said if it wasn't for the club, you know after school I have been going you know hanging out on the corners out them going hanging out in the street. So it was always safe place for me to go get my homework done like have good mentors like the first time I, ever went camping was at the boys and girls, but I want to as game was that the boys and Girls Club. Ever went to a warriors game was with the boys and Girls Club. So all these different types of experience you know getting out of jail came from the boys and Girls Club at night. If I signed up to two club, you know who knows what I, what I would have gotten into on those days in in different situation. So the club was a place of a safe place for me to go and I started going from the first grade all the way until I. Started playing high school sports. So it was just a it's just a part of WHO I am. You know what? I mean. So I relate to the kids club in any boys and Girls Club in America better than I can you know anybody so I know what those kids are going through so yeah I, mean I all my life to the club in and like I said just a very safe place for you to go and be productive as a kid. We have got to tell you about our new favorite that concept season same game parlays on Fan sportsbook. It's pretty simple. All you have to do is combined multiple bets from one game into a single parlay. This way the payouts are even bigger when you win what's cool to stand refund the first same game parlay you lose on any NFL game each week up to ten dollars that means you can bet a different parlay risk-free every nfl week all season long now see as you heard earlier in the episode, he feels a little bad about not getting his pick, right Last week but today you're going to win no matter what sort of because me and see are going opposites both looking at pucks at the raiders I'm taking Tampa minus three C. is taking the raiders plus three I like Tampa's D- what they did last week. Brady. Get a little rhythm seeing Gronk back involved. I. Do think they're a good team but if they play defense like that the Be Real good. We know see is a raiders fan and he was happy to begin points at home. The same game party I'm going to add to it is Kampe scoring more twenty-seven seven points Tampa over the twenty-seven plus bucks minus three. That is my same game parlay if you like our picks go ahead and bet them and with your first NFL world series same game poorly of the. Week you'll get ten bucks back. If we don't win now, there's one catch fan duel is the only sportsbook APP that has these same game parlays..
"sandy koufax" Discussed on KTOK
"Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Sandy Koufax throws his fourth career no hitter and his first perfect game in a one Nothing win over the Chicago Cubs at Dodger Stadium, jumping ahead today in 1990 at the U. S Open in men's tennis 19 year old Pete Sampras. Wins his first Grand Slam title, and he beats fellow American Andre Agassi. 646362 Sampras becomes the youngest male US Open winner and today in 2018. The Green Bay Packers start their 1/100 season with an historic 24 23 comeback win over the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. It was the first ever Packer recovery from 17 points after the third quarter. It was 20 to 3 to start the fourth Now. You know today in sports history on I Heart radio reminds me I used to work at a light rock radio station Rianna guy Did he Did the love song? Show it. This was one of his themes. Beautiful sounds to do beautiful things to each other by name or 1000. Leigh Matthews. Katie. Okay, not come. Cold Front is making its way through right now, and temperatures are beginning to drop Roy. Our things in Uganda. I don't know. I'm in here. Listen to you. Okay? That's good for you. I don't care what's going on out there warm in here. In any case, I'm calling because I'm not here About two weeks ago, I saw Sean Hannity did something. Said something and then he did it again today, and I thought the first time is just a mistake. Today. It was the exact same and I thought, well look. Att shocked. You know, a number of years ago they had the Democratic may have been Obama that tried to make that derogatory statement about deplorable Americans that cling to their God, their guns Bible in their religion. And then act ever since then, Sean would do it as a point of pride that Yeah, we're there for those deplorables. We clear, probie viable in our religions, you know, and He's two weeks ago and then today on his show. He said. Yeah, we're the little portable American. They cling to their their God, their Bible and the religion. I don't think you left out guns on purpose. I think he just did. He did, Lee. I'm telling you, you had to hear it. Okay, so So now you're saying Sean is anti gun. I'm saying that for some reason, because there was no longer mentioning that in that little phrase that he is. Okay, well, I got to tell you, I got to tell you, Shawn is not very sharp. Okay, well, this was going to bring me to my second half will hammer of Fox News. He was right. He was giving the news. I don't know if it's yesterday or the day before. I was watching it on my desk. And and he said, Yeah, I said, you know that. That's just just like George Floyd, who was shot dead by the police. Now I'll give you that because I've heard both He and Reasoner do the same thing. And as we both know, you know, George Floyd was not shot to death by the place created. Yeah, you know, for some reason, because, well, it was the drugs or positional fixation or whatever. But you know that that's the line that's been put out by BLM and and all those people initially he was done in by the police. Yes, just it goes to show you You know, we supposed to have a team? Well, guess what. Our team sucks. Well, Roy, I'll give you the Fox news Gaffs but day and I don't want to slam Sean Hannity too terribly. But I mean, as far as being a broadcaster, Sean isn't very good. I'm telling you, he's he repeats the same things over and over again. He's got catchphrases. Apple Yazoo. He's got crutches out the year, so I don't think he could time something properly if he if I had a gun His head. So the first time I gave it to him, you know, he just made a mistake. The second time today it was exactly the same. I have an excellent memory. It was exactly the same. The pause. And everything. So you may have been listening to a recording. He may have recorded it from his house because a lot. He's doing a lot of that, too. He's doing a lot of pre production now from his house because he's only phone in it and he's he's given his TV show most of the most of the attention most of his, and I don't disagree with you on the other aspects. Roy I'm just saying, Don't take anything Shawn does too seriously because again is He does what benefits Shawn? So I like Sean. I've had nice conversations with him on the phone. But there are certain somethings I hear him say and some things I see him doing like, really. And if that's that's really the way you are on the way you feel, then you're not that bright. But I can't talk to that. He's making the millions of dollars and I'm actually I got to tell you. I'm happier here than I would be in show I never wanted out of my career. Sean Hannity career I never wanted to Rush Limbaugh career. I would much rather be the big fish in a little pond. I never wanted the responsibility and and the non one on one communication that it takes to run a national show. Because you can't keep people in California happy with the same thing you're saying about keeping people in Michigan happy and I wouldn't be able to say things that I can say on this programme in this area. Oklahoma City if if if it were a national program, and I would never want that at all. I guess I'm not one of these guys that.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Your jumping into the numbers evaluating millions of data in Cincinnati by two hundred. This is Hembo knows. Ammo has Paulin Makita research read. Espn is onto also a haunt show on the show. Get up. He tells us he's the head Honcho. I have not confirmed that yet. Hembo Thanks for listening to the. Podcast interviews. We've been doing and You've got a chance to listen to the Jim Palmer interview and he made. He made some references to his unusual relationship with his manager. Earl Weaver he sure. Did I mean it seems that you know for the entirety of their relationship? It was he described it as you know as the `social distancing before it was before it was cool but it what what strikes me. Statistically as the orioles were the winningest team in baseball during early verse tenure with the team and Jim Palmer durability enabled him buster to employ famous for man rotation as you know color ranks third all time with one hundred. Thirty two wins on three days rest. He talked about that in a podcast behind only Walter Johnson and Warren Spahn and he posted a higher percentage than either of them in those starts. He we talk about with him about his start against Sandy Colfax nineteen sixty six. That's a special badge of honor for a young pitcher. Jim Palmer was back then but it was a precursor what was to come. Jim Palmer is the only pitcher to throw a postseason. Shut up toward the age of twenty one in like you said he did so against Sandy Koufax in the dodgers in game two sixty six world series Palmer is also the only pitcher to win a world series game in three different decades and in three consecutive years bus birth spinning nineteen sixty nine to nineteen. Seventy-one Palmer three complete game to clinch the American League Championship series allowing a total of six runs in those twenty seven innings. I mentioned earlier this week. On the PODCASTS. My favorite stat about Jim Palmer was that during the course of his career. He never allowed a Grand Slam. What he make of that well. It's wild he's also he also never allowed back to back homers which I think is equally wild As far as the grams are concerned opponents. Posted an opium of four thirty two against Palmer with the bases loaded. That is the lowest for any pitcher to face at least a hundred batters in those circumstances. Sin that data became available in the year. Nineteen seventy four. You're kidding I I didn't know wow Texting to make sure that he hears that. No today with the once. The podcast post and it's always fun. I always think to talk to all time greats about other all time greats and get their observations and he talked about Mike Messina retired buster of the all time leader and postseason innings without a world series ring. A distinction now held by Clayton Kershaw but Messina's Era in the postseason of three point. Four two was lower than repay Joe Martinez and Randy Johnson and Jack Morris and Andy Pettitte. He was more clutch than many of his contemporaries that we perceived as such further buster Maecenas metronome. There were eleven seasons in which you qualify for the title with an adjusted the array of one twenty five or higher at least twenty five percent better than the league average. The only other lightbulb pitchers to pull that off or Roger. Clemens Lefty Grove and Greg Maddux just as a fan would you think Messina revealing that? They ran that tape out to left. Centerfield at Camden yards and found the distance where it says three sixty four to be three forty six. I Love I love this story and I love the way a Lotta understanding that he has like. That's the kind of story that I would. If I was telling you I would try to build it up Mike. We see a delivered at just as Mike. Mussina was. He was he was just so himself in. That interview is tremendous and last thing for it today. Jackie Robinson Day when he got there I maintain the opinions. You know that Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier was the most significant event that occurred on American soil during the twentieth century. I think it goes without saying the importance that it had in baseball from eighteen. Eighty seven to the year in which he broke the barrier. Obviously there were no black players in the big leagues. Also I think you could argue that culturally. His impact was Equal to or at least close to that of Martin Luther King Junior so I think he is on a on a pillar with Martin Luther King Junior in terms of what he established culturally and historically by Duke by breaking the color barrier a couple of notes. I'd like to throw in about Jackie Robinson. Some people probably know some people probably don't it was actually Monte Irvin who was shoved choice of the meagerly owners to be the first black player to integrate but he hasn't had wartime obligations in turns out. Obviously fate had it that Jackie Robinson had that distinction. I think we can all agree that work out just fine. Further from nine hundred forty nine thousand nine hundred sixty two buster eleven of fourteen. Mvp's in the National League were African American. That group includes Jackie himself. Includes Roy Campanella Willie Mays Don Newcombe? Hank Aaron Ernie Banks Craig Robinson and Maury Wills. He's very much opened the floodgates and broke down the door for these guys who came in in a rush right away and and and that's been a fourteen years eleven black players on the National League. Mvp and the last thing that I'll say -buster as for as much as he did for as culturally significant as he is. I think sometimes we forget how great baseball player Jackie Robinson was in the ten seasons spanning nineteen forty seven to fifty six the span of his career Stan. Musial was the only player to produce more value by wins above replacement than Jackie Robinson. If he had if he had done nothing culturally or historically significant whatsoever he would be remembered as a much greater ballplayer than he actually is. He was a true superstar for nearly duration of his ten year career. And oh by the way he didn't make his debut until he was twenty eight years old. So maybe we didn't even see the you know the actual Prime Jackie Robinson as opposed to you know in nineteen forty six And maybe at the end of nineteen forty five because he did serve in World War Two Yeah just remarkable player remarkable figure. Can you believe how many people didn't vote form? The yeary came up for the hall of fame. I mean Jim Palmer said about that I feel the same way it just. It boggles the mind when I see that the people who didn't get votes for the hall of fame. If you're building a baseball rushmore there are two prerequisites on that on that. Mount Rushmore Jay Robinson Babe Ruth. Another and we can argue about the other. Two A hundred percent agree about. Thanks for doing this. Cleaner Boys Leisure tweets all ready. Buster bleacher tweets for Wednesdy centigrades. At centigrades writes in that he really enjoyed yesterday's interview with Mike Mussina and he says Moose finally won twenty games in his very last season. What do you remember about him? In his final year. That was different from previous years. Most made reference to the fact that he had to make adjustments throughout his career changing throwing from different arm angles picking different pitches he actually remember specifically as he slowed down the velocity. It was a curve ball. You know. Typically in his prime he'd been if I remember correctly like seventy nine to eighty miles per hour on that curve ball. I can remember times in his last couple years where he was throwing like seventy one seventy two so he. He built up the differential between his fastball. And his off speed pitches. I felt like so that it was effective for him in that last year. Tyler Burnett Rates in at Tyler Burnett Twenty eight. He has an interesting question. Do you know this did Mariano. Rivera get a New Jersey on Jackie Robinson Day. Or did he get to wear his normal one now? He got to wear as normal one on the day that the first Jackie Robinson Day was held which was og April fifteenth in one thousand. Nine hundred seven Bud ceiling basically grandfathered in everybody who wore number forty two to continue to wear their own number forty two. I remember. I was covering the mets butch. Huskey was their third baseman and he got to continue to wear forty two and so did mow got to wear number forty two now. I'm guessing that I don't know this specifically if there was asleep. Patch of some kind. I'm sure they added it to his uniform but it was his uniform interesting. Last one up from Portland Maverick at the battered B.'s. He's putting out a conspiracy theory out there. I'm picking up Taylor's laying down in abundance of Orioles interviews coincidence. I don't think so next will be subjected to the likes of Eddie Murray Brooks Robinson Frank. Robinson Cal ripken wait. That actually sounds awesome. Great Work I don't think it's it's not actually conspiracy theory. I think I've just seeped in your subconscious buster and you're on some level you're like what would Taylor enjoy listening to write? It might have a little bit to do with the fact that these are people I know and I covered the Orioles. I know Mike. Mussina and covered. Billy ripken. Jim Palmer Yeah that probably has something to it but it has been interesting. I thought about that. Have an Oriole pitchers of back to back days? Not Complaining over here all right. That's it for today my thanks to Jim Palmer to Hembo detailer Thanks for listening. Everybody stay safe and on our way out more on Jackie Robinson and in this clip. You'll hear from Jackie from peewee resources. Lucky enough to meet. When I was eleven years old. Eddie Stinky Rachel Robinson from the Rogers Photo archive give in that summer of forty seven. Very Few people knew that pee. Wee Reese Jackie Robinson. We're going to be great teammates. They would become the boys of summer. Jackie Robinson though not embraced by all of his teammates did indeed win them. Over by one. Pee Wee reese another southerner was the first to really embrace you easily from the outset. Felt that if I were the only white guy trying to break in all Black League. I want somebody to be my friend. And he says the Jackie Robinson has with Bill. They can make it. That's all I'm going to have. We had some deep South Boys on real down in Alabama and Georgia. And.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"There's an inkling or something to do you know as far as doing that But at the end of the day you make a great point we don't you know Bruce. This is perfectly right He. He's not gonNA vote himself in. You know if it was easy you know he'd already be in there and we all know what three world series and motivate five years. So you know he's going to get there you know. I went on a cruise with him. I don't really like him. Because he beat me at Ping Pong but other than that great manager was you know I blamed it on the high seas that but but you know again so I i. I just think you know when you get to the hall of fame or are you talking about the hall of fame boy a special special club that You know you're just happy to be in there and you know the great thing about it is once you get past your first. You know the induction weekend. Then you actually can go and have a good time. Oh that'd be great. Video told us that the other day that after the exactly it's easy and it's fun at. It's very comfortable at last one for you. You know you mentioned the the. The writers didn't vote for for you. That bothers me when I go back and I look at the voters didn't vote for Hake Aaron and Willie mays and Jackie Robinson and this year. We had one voter who didn't vote for Derek. Jeter I don't get it and I. It bothers me D. Does it do you care at all about that when you follow that we saw the was a few years ago? I think three or four writers didn't vote for Gingrich junior and I can't stand that well. That's because they WANNA be different. I guess you know I mean. How do you not vote for you? Know Dimaggio or I mean what didn't mind you have to get in the first year or something I'll come on you know. Yeah Right. Because he didn't stay married to Marilyn Monroe. I mean I don't know you know I don't look at that. I mean you know like I mentioned jobs inskeep name. I'm not even you know somebody said you must be in the top one hundred players and I said No. I didn't make the list and I but you know people all you didn't strike out enough guys You know I asked the An Analytical Writer in Baltimore a couple of years ago I said so I should be. You can get numbers is it. Good my strikeouts. Go Up with a runner at third in less than two outs you sit. Oh Yeah went up twenty one percent. I said well there you go so you know I mean you know and I read an article in espy nation. That I was lucky. Solid fame pitcher because my batting average on balls in play was to thirty nine for my career and you know and I had good defensive players so therefore I should be penalized but let me bottom. Line this for you. I was really fortunate to play with some of the greatest glares and then some of the greatest asks the reason famous. Because that's exactly what happened. You know I mean You know I had you know hall of fame manager Earl Weaver. Everybody says you know I mean I mean. I've been watching. Ken Burns some of the baseball. Don Boswell said I had complexes on top of complexes and whatever and I wouldn't have won fifty games without earl weaver. I won fifty games. I one hundred sixty eight games. 'cause I played with some of the best players ever and you can just go. Down listing some of them aren't even in the whole thing. You know the players the Mark Andrews with eight gold gloves. The you know the rich coggins who with two outs in the ninth inning. Mike Ferraro hits. The ball is going to hit the chalk. Line and and Rick and Richie sitting on the line or standing in line almost as straddle and catches the ball. Sure double. You know to nothing. Lead to outs in the ninth inning. And you know I'm waiting to come in and I said what were you doing? There racist played against guy last year. I knew he couldn't pull you. I knew what you would do. Well that's how you get to the holiday. I mean that's you just have players that come out of a great organization you WANNA win know how to win. No you have to do it together. And it's Kinda like we're GONNA do. Nineteen you know where we're not gonNA beat this by ourself. I didn't get the hall of fame by myself I I. My parents told me to sign with the Orioles because I could assign with any team of the year before the draft and it turned out. Well you're exactly right cool. Jim Stay safe as always amazed by your memory. I'm amazed by your knowledge and I appreciate the time. Well you're welcome. I made most of this stuff up muster. But maybe I'm not GonNa see I guess the big question will I see Arizona? Are we actually GONNA play any baseball at all this year? Hopefully that'll be a help. Anyway you.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And you know after Brooks and frank hit. The home runs in the first inning. I said boy. We know we have a chance to win this game now. We had a good ball club. We had won ninety seven games only three more than we had one in sixty five when the twins as you mentioned went to the world series but they want to. Franklin's over its forty nine home runs two more in the world series is the MVP triple crown. But Motor basket. Came in and you know Mo- We have picked up for twenty five thousand dollars on a waiver wire and he had a great arm. Great Command great breaking ball and I was sitting there at age twenty going. You know. They're having a little trouble with a High Fassulo and on that particular day As I mentioned a pitch my first shutout you know my command was pretty good. The fact that Willie Davis made two errors really three years on to fly balls in an errant throw. You know I got enough runs where you know again. It wasn't a one nothing game. Which is what happened with volley bunker be coasting and game three or when the guy came back the Don Drysdale one nothing in Baltimore on a Frank Robinson. Home run so you know? I think a lot of times you you know. If you're pitcher like I am and you just go out there and compete and the stars were aligned. That day you know again because of the errors in fact it and who knew that I was going to be sands last game because he was coming off and just well typical. Colfax the The year you know if you go back in you know from sixty five to illegal you know maybe the early sixties to nineteen sixty six when he went on twenty seven games. What you remember about getting word that Sandy was retiring Was it a surprise for you? And did you ever get a chance to talk to sandy about pitching against each other that game? No but you know you mentioned the fact that you always you know you always Kinda pitchers with starting pitcher and you know on on the Monday before The first game is Tuesday. I think maybe the Wednesday game was the game that I believe. That's the day that I ended up pitching. I know it was game too. I remember taking you know. Shake hands with Sandy. But you know again when you grow up in southern California for forty years and you go to dodger stadium and You know people say well who you know. Who did you want to emulate? I wasn't left handed so I really couldn't be saying he coca. That could be done Drysdale. Who you know made every right handed hitter. They got into the box uncomfortable because he was very much like Bob Gibson. You know you again you go on your your rear end you know. Colfax you know. Sandy was more genteel. Probably I mean I probably was more of a right hand version where you know. I only think I hit thirty nine batters in maybe four thousand. Not that I couldn't pitch in I just. I was more of a kind of a vertical not horizontal pitcher like Drysdale it gets into whatever and Sandy was the same type of Guy. But you know anybody that you know. I mean I I you know I knew about the perfect games and the no hitters. I mean buster. Who Sandy Koufax you just like. I said you don't want to embarrass yourself and you know again i. I don't think anybody anticipated number. One the Orioles winning in nineteen sixty six because she mentioned dodgers. You know they'd beating the they'd be the The Yankees Sixty three. There'd be the twins the real good ball club and sixty five and then all of a sudden they're planning the Orioles and again. Why is we had a good team? You know we went ninety. Seven Games I think that everybody thought that their speed and especially to their pitching would dominated. And it's just amazing that one team in four games only hits one twenty five and that was the padding average for the dodgers against the oil pitching staff and sixty six. Yeah still by by by the numbers the worst performance for any team in world series history. You mentioned no no no no. Let's rephrase let's rephrase it was about reform of any so you mentioned you hit You know how few batters you hit during your career. Your manager Earl was was not in line with the thinking of a lot of other managers who believe strongly in retaliation he was. He was kind of ahead of his time. And I remember a story. We mentioned bike Messina early in his career you got. There was a huge dust up between the orioles and the Seattle Mariners and Mike hit bill. Hassell men because he was told to and then he got hurt in the subsequent brawl. Mike told me after that he said I never would do that again. how did you? How did you feel about about earls handling of those situations in the way that he viewed the whole question of retaliation? Well I played for from sixty nine through eighty two and the only time I ever remember him telling anybody to told anybody was the game. That in nineteen six Reggie Jackson came out. Remiss five Five weeks You know twenty nine runs a kind of cost us dependent because you know he held out him. You know you wanted a five year deal. The Orioles really didn't have much force on it because he would've signed for a lot less than he ultimately would sign at the end of the year as free agent with the Yankees. But we were. We were playing duck Alyssa stitch. And you know somebody tried to drop down. And you know doc you know. Look into the DUGOUT and yells. You know the next one of you so and so's I'm GonNa hit you right inside the head and Reggie got up on the third day he says you WanNa hit somebody get me. Well next time up got hit him right in the side of the face. The right between right below the jaw Maybe a little bit underneath the year and they brought the EMC truck right out on the field and they They took Reggie to go to hospital. And I go out to pitch the cop the ninth inning and I have a four nothing lead and Erlichs me as I'm going up the steps that he says you know. We can't let that happen now. That's the only time ever heard him ever do it? And as it turned out you know. The first hitter was elrod. Hendricks he'd been traded to the Yankees Along with the Rick Dempsey tippy Martinez Trade. And whatever and I'm not gonNA throw it the guy that common no hitter so I actually hung occur ball and they'll rats live out to deep centerfield for the first down. Here comes Mickey rivers and trying to hit Mickey Rivers. Because anybody that ever saw me play was marvellous player. But he was always moving. I mean he was like you know the guy you know the arcade bear. You're trying to get with a rifle when you're a kid to win the win price. Well definitely four pitches to nick him in kind of in the not ribcage but really got his uniform and of course he goes down to first base You know Because it's four nothing plays Bu Powell behind him and then This would be no Eddie. Murray hadn't been I'm not even sure who was playing first at night but anyway played behind him. He steals second base because they give him the stolen base. Roy White done single in. Now it's four to one so I I lose my shutout. I ended up getting two outs. We win four to one. We go to Detroit early in the morning the next day and they macphail when I mean walk into my hotel in League scale phone rings and it's like hey how's the family. How's the weather by the way he said I read in the paper where you you said that you were protecting your team that I said. Yeah I said you know. Ask The empires doc yell from the Mount Everybody here. It didn't hurt in in the MEZZANINE. Anyway he says that's GonNa cost you five hundred dollars and is so so for you know hitting the one guy that Earl Weaver. Gopi to hit. Which was Nikki Nikki River? And I didn't hit him in the face. I mean Nick them in. The uniform cost five hundred dollars. I got the Joe Cronin Award because I did a lot of work with. Cystic fibrosis. Got Invited to get the award at the place. And I'm sitting next to Lee and he goes by the way he says you know. I'm never going to five hundred dollars so I said Oh. Yeah I'll send you the check. Well I forgot about it all winter and I get a telegram from the American League Office today before going to Pitch Opening Day in Baltimore. You see if you expect pitch you know tomorrow. I need to get the money. So that's that's the Earl Weaver Philosophy you know but Yeh Grand Jackson came over eat. Somebody UP IN SEATTLE EARL. Ran Out to the mound. He said take a look at our third. Baseman is our third baseman better than theirs. In Bucks at yeah and he goes labradors shortstop right around the field because early one. Anybody her you know he just realized that if we had really good clubs if you played on you know you play it and you didn't get hurt and you didn't let your ego and you know get in the way of good sense. We were GONNA lot of games. And that's why Earl Gotten Hall of fame and we went to six world series. I looked it up by the way you were talking. Lemay was your first Baseman For that particular game I WANNA ask you about pitching to to to various hall of famers and what that was like I. I looked up your numbers against Mickey Mantle. He was one for fourteen with seven strikeouts against you. The one hit a home run. What you remember about Pitch Nam? And what was that like as a young pitcher the first time well you know we put on all shifts now and I mean. I'm I'm not sure I'd be a big advocate. A lot of the chefs. But I think the first time I'd say Nikki hit a ground ball to my legs I go you know you know. I kinda hung my head and the aperture you show who you know ends up in. The hall of fame is playing shortstop for us. In sixty five you know catches it throws them out the the one hits you talk about happened in nineteen sixty six. I believe in you know Mickey was at the end of his career. You know in the sense that his knees were pretty much much better hitter. What he was facing lefthanded pitching getting right. And then of course I was right and so I got this. Just ride the on him so I strike him out the first time afternoon. Game at the stadium and He comes up the next time. I think maybe the bottom the six at the bottom of the seventh inning and each baron. Who was catching said Nick. Choking up he says yeah. I'M GONNA try to get that high fastball and I go to balls and no strikes on them and I look over and Guess. Who's on Deck Roger Ramirez now even at age twenty buster? I was smart enough to know. You are not going to pitch around key but the two you know with the two nothing lane onto and okay. Now you're GonNa try to give them some hit well. I talked a little bit off to try to throw a strike and there used to be football spotters. Box done the third deck just to the right of where the bullpens were both ends and back then were up there shoot and right field and up to shoot the you know the visiting team. Buffy Willie is splintered the box I mean it. It didn't go as high wasn't a game like you know. Robert Redford and the national in the national but it was close enough. And that's the only Nikki Mickey ever got off me but you know. I saw him hit his five hundred runoff. Stu Miller and at the stadium and somebody tweeted you. Know what are you doing now? You know your social distancing yourself. You're washing your hands trying to get some exercise you know probably watching more TV than you really need to do but somebody. I tweeted the other day. They said you know Mickey Mantle or did you grow up I said is that when Mickey Mantle. I mean I grew up in New York. I was adopted at birth I love the Yankees. My Dad just like billy crystal talks about city slickers he. He took me to the stadium in nineteen fifty four was a Tuesday night. It was before color television and when I walked up with that. You know up up up the stadium ramps. It was raining that night and I think Allie Reynolds pitch for the Yankees and make our C. Pitch for the Indians. I didn't like the Indians and fifty four is a beat. The Yankees would lose for the giants in the world series but that was my first time and then ten years later I came in and relief of a Frankie Bettina after. Fill.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Today we celebrate the legend and those who have helped on the legacy people like Rachel Robinson Jackie's loving white who supported him and has continued to carry his torch. I wasn't young people to know that you can go through terrible times but if you form relationships and use those relationships to keep you strong you can make a difference. People like teammate Don Newcombe and Roy Campanella who pillars of of support during his playing days and endured the same bitter discrimination as Jackie her entry he said if this fails Jackie. This is going to be set back. Another thirty or forty years might never happen. You cannot afford to fail now. Can you carry that burden? Jesse Jackson's regarding Carey I will never forget Jaggi. I still think idle what he did for me. What he did for all black people in this world not just in this world. Today we celebrate the legend as does Major League baseball on every April. Fifteen as the new feature film forty two which prompted our first lady. Michelle Obama to recognize the sacrifices and strength of the Robinson is. This isn't just about watching a wonderful movie about about an important moment in history. This is about helping all of you believe that you can write your own history and demand more of yourself every single day. You have to do that and you have to pick up yourself when somebody knocks you down. Today we continue a legacy so that tomorrow they will. I'm extremely proud and pleased to be here this afternoon but must admit. I'M GONNA be tremendously more pleased and more proud. I look at that third base coach line one day and see a black face managing and baseball.
MLB playoffs: What a Game 4 rainout means for the Yankees and Astros in the ALCS
"Six so your mother nature won the battle when it comes to Major League Baseball American League Championship Series no game four on Wednesday that was expected game four is going to happen on Thursday night eight o'clock eastern time on ESPN radio and ESPN at both managers had to speak on in terms of the benefits of a post poll game first AJ hands of the Houston Astros gives everybody if they often have an opportunity collectors cells before gas for changes are pitching a little bit how beneficial it is probably easier to answer after I see how guys perform and how the pitching plays out but I guess it's kind of a wait and see but I does solidify who we starting game for game five without having to go to a bowl game and Yankees manager when it comes to a player coming back that'll be another conversation even though he hasn't been able to go yet I gave you and then the potential option off the bench in the heating situation if we like something so I don't look at it as were entirely twenty four man right now I do believe we have as bad off the bench right now and whether a situation for that arises we'll see but will continue to evaluate the best smartly as we can move forward to do you some Giancarlo Stanton who believes will be another battle of the bands I firmly believe this whoever wins game four will win the ALCS I think the Yankees the win in six I'm not going to back up that prediction I think the day off could help both teams if you the ask George W. pitching if you the New York Yankees get a chance to maybe get a little mo Jo back at the having a bad slow down losing game two and game three either way took the toll the after the better team but I believe were wins game four win ALCS I think with that team is going to be the Yankees may because I picking the winner six I'm not going to back down from the production right after those in seven sticking with the Astros in seven I don't care who wins game four the is starting pitching to me is the key to any post season team surviving in advancing as a great Jim Bob on a one seven kind came the NC double a tournament surviving advancing in M. L. B. post season all about starting pitching to me and the the best rotation the best horses on the hill goes easily with the Astros and wears game seven in Houston if we get there that's it that's the kicker right there for me is if the if the giving gets to Houston and then for the Yankees in the E. if it goes seven that's their long relievers and when they become leverage real relievers when I never heard of that before tonight before you mention that four different stories I read today will leverage really quick what noted is is is is like mold management became part of it and yeah looks at this and everything in long re yeah leave our yeah or just read the verse they haven't had to use on and three more than three figurines all season now you can ask them to go for for the first time ever with everything on the line and you put that pressure on you also we about stress innings right in stressful pitches in well this is a little bit more stressful than they've had to go through the entire regular season so to me it's all about the starting lineup Yankee fans they don't want to hear it but great he has not been good the post season but I got some guy even if you win game forty Riverland there in five then another duty may have to face call Gerrit Cole who is like the modern day version of sandy Koufax right now you've been unavailable since may so he scuffled by his standards with five walks in seven innings that's coupling is scuffling but the Yankees lineup will make you sick awful I don't believe the Yankees are intimidated or afraid of these guys now I agree with that as well then we don't have the Yankees getting in touch with their inner symbols cardinals and the national back like Houston Astros because the national thoroughly intimidated the Saint Louis cardinals that team was beat up on the feet of the metagame for even got started they had no chance of winning that game even they tried to make a comeback at the being now seven nothing I think the Yankees fully believe having a day off would be the perfect a mixer for them to get everything right because there's not a pitching staff that they don't believe that they can't handle no matter how terrific those guys are lander Reekie as well as call he's if it's in the Freddie Coleman Freddie if it's Simmons on ESPN radio Sirius XM channel eighty of the yanks are going to knock a who was sensational the start this series in game four but he doesn't go a third term through the line up because the analytic geeks say well when he goes through a third time in the line up they they're hitting three oh nine if the guys in a groove right you mean the mother figure out what he's tipping or what he's missing in that third time through you have as many brains watching all these stats and in every game figure it out but in this situation may have to knock a is it in a groove you leave him in there but they don't want to do it they haven't done it and now Freddie it's one that drives me nuts you know right you got this guy who's who's dealing through sex you probably because the numbers say so that that drives me insane the Astros don't do that even though there is number geeky is anybody maybe even more so than anyone out there right now to get involved with trying to steal secrets on the cardinals when they used to work for them all about **** now that'll to do holes what two hundred articles on again but AJ Hinch is one of those guys that's also eyeball if you're rolling man you're sticking but I'm a sticking with you so that's why I like it the Astros you no matter who wins who wins tonight I think that that that that night all this postponement favors distros because now you've got green key Enver lander both on regular rest and then you still have even have great he has gone up the skirt a couple times obviously the post season you've got overlander and coal Berlin under in coal you got to win two games I would put my money on those two over whatever the yanks so out in a leverage relievers and then you want to throw at the astronaut I look at it this way by the way we had read Ryan the present Houston Astros he joins earlier on Freddie if it's Simmons he knows exactly how good these Yankees team is and he knows this service is far from over you know I love it it's it's a great great route your current kicks back to fifteen we played in the wild card it obviously seventeen we win the World Series but what what a great seven game series the home team won one all the games and this year we we took four out of seven from home and you know we won three at home they won the first it was the final game of the season that that you know we ended up winning and here in New York and so all of these games get their nip and tuck it's a dog fight and just because we're out to one side does not mean that that this thing is over if it were a cruise control because that team their Yankee Stadium they're stacked we've got arms they've got power they've got great players all over the place cash did a great job with that club together and looking around and got a couple of stood on the bump and that we got you got you can swing it pretty good it was amazing that when the Yankees won game one everybody's like while they beat the daylights out of the Astros which they did in game one no doubt winning seven nothing the Astros win game two in game three the Astros are in control of this series of bacon all on a second control be three one to me yeah two one they're not in control of the service as I was yeah that me it if you're gonna use that tack with the out of being in control is saying that the Astros are in control my god Ian watching the MOB network watch ESPN and others forgot the baseball people on TV and was on radio all many **** how control is there's a two one you'd be amazed how many times I heard that today they got the point us okay I'm I'm not gonna be part of definition sandy with this kind of stupidity going out there get that one game in the series means you're in control no it doesn't I think this thing's going seven it's going to be epic then the only reason I like the strokes is because of what we read Ryan just mentioned there those two horses they've got on the hill Enver lander and cold at the Yankee still have to face what is your major league baseball you need this to go seven the NASA took care of business if you got a potential rivalry like this with the met in the playoffs two thousand fifteen two thousand seventeen and now two thousand nineteen you get a seven game series and now you have a cross country robbery so to speak was not these two teams in the same division or two teams on the same coast you got the big Ole boys in New York City and a good Ole country boys down Houston colliding in the series if you have that kind of heat that you can generate you could potentially have your latter day forty Niners cowboys or paid many versus Tom Brady because you got a big city I got a bigger city without a baseball city when it comes to Houston if his goal seven it could do Major League Baseball a world of good that they could have never imagined and never even had to beg borrow or steal if the Yankees Astros give us and Major League Baseball with the looking
"sandy koufax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Gavin likes the pension solo Homer in the eighth is John shabiha the calls on ESPN radio the Dodgers blank the national six nothing impressive game want to win in LA the Dodgers looking it back to the world's reserve wanted since nineteen eighty eight Dodgers star outfielder Cordy Ballenger scored a run it to watch the women spoke with ESPN's Alden good Salas after the victory. no one is. view behind them in center field all the like playing behind on the line. realize that he had a good start. although the water that we need to find. guide out of everything. he thinks that elevate himself in these situations you've been asking me for a couple years now what if you noticed about him that maybe make some better when the stages biggest like this Walker. view of this day really company themselves. maybe the most on the do not call about. twenty three thirty pages a turned on so I mean we expected that and I need. Roger Corman's had some success against you guys but you guys seem to make it work pretty well the usual walk coming by trouble to. I guess that they will work for you guys. our strength. you like to do third situations and using that to our advantage a job today there are many. we had a lot of guys on and you will be billed for the Dodgers beat the national six W. game one Walker Buehler the wind that was thirty seven strikeouts in his first five career postseason games as the second most in Dodgers history one behind all of Famers sandy Koufax thanks for tuning in sports in our online at ESPN radio and ESPN app I'm John Ryder into the NFL week five kicking off on Thursday night what a game this was featuring NFC west battle in Seattle between the Seahawks in the rams this one lived up to the hype the first touchdown comes with under a minute to play in the first quarter Russell wife.
Astros' Verlander tosses third career no-hitter
"The call Justin Verlander throwing a third no hitter in his career Houston in the blue jays to to step and he joins Nolan Ryan sandy Koufax cy young Bob Feller and Larry Corcoran is pictures of gone three or more no hitters good
Astros' Verlander tosses third career no-hitter
"As Justin Berliner comes up with his third career no hitter in the victory for the Astros today against the blue jays and now that no hitter puts very lander Javan to some very rarefied airy ties Bob Feller very Corcoran and cy young for the third most individual no hitters in baseball history he's one away from tying sandy Koufax with for Nolan Ryan has the most
Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers And Sandy Koufax discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Kershaw wins his one hundred and sixty six game yesterday. When they beat the blue jays he passed sandy koufax on the all time dodger win enlist still not at the top of the all time list for the dodgers but with that win clayton kershaw is the greatest pitcher in dodgers history taking her shake it
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Showcase our great city if it's gonna be a lot of fun for everyone that's amazing no party renovation also is the addition of a statue of sandy Koufax now you and I talked in the past right I can even see a response already we've talked in the past about the tradition of the Dodgers I know the reference in the love you have for it when you get a chance to think about the history of the team and guys like sandy do you still get goose bumps I get goose bumps every time I hear that name or let alone when I when I had him come into my office and share a glass of red wine with them and this guy as you all know roaming is soul humble wants to be in the shadow in the background and there's no background when you've got a statue well deserved that you coming of yourself in front of Dodger Stadium next to Jackie Robinson and there's NO two better people that represent our great organizations so I can't wait to be there for that and they'll give us out like I mean you've been with the best you've played with the best you've gone up against the best you manage some of the best but there's nobody like sandy and that kind of it like what's it like to have a glass of red wine in your office with sandy when you guys talk about it's like it's royalty and I say that and and I mean it in the best possible way and I know said you would hate me for even saying that but it's like I've never met present a United States but it's like you just feel like you're around loyalty and you have to act in a certain way when you're out there to go because there's just he's a good lookin these just hasn't age at all and just what he's done there's justice or about a man like you we've all been around great celebrity people that are iconic but steady Colfax there's this kind of this untouchable type feeling that you get with sandy and there's this or which I just love and I eat up and I get nervous every time I'm around and I would imagine talking about right now Dave like I like I get this I have not spent a lot of time but I think my someone a golf course once sandy's got that that impossible it that you don't know how to describe it but you know when you see it and it's not a Dodger thing either right the man just exudes unbelievable class do you know what you said it it's class that's right Jay Robb is my guest they won my side you you've got the trade deadline coming up is when asked about that really quickly I know you're focused on your job of getting a win tonight well what's the next week like for you as a manager and for your guys I think if you're keeping the focus Romy on just when a baseball games because I think that you know you always find you better I think that we're all trying to get better and and we can see you haven't gentlemen just trying to do that the thing is though is that for every position that you have you're gonna lose somebody and I think that a lot of times place in the club house you know you don't understand that and you really got to get it right because there's a lot that goes into team chemistry on the field off the field what makes your club better but obviously the narrative that opened so I thought I can't do this morning it and you know he's grinding and he's gonna do anything he can to make our club better the Dodgers had the best record in baseball they get out again try to guess the angels which is always a blast Dave Roberts my guest if you are the absolute best is so great to have you back thank you very much for doing it alright well we will see you through get out to the ballpark you got my man Dave Roberts.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Showcase our great city if it's gonna be a lot of fun for everyone that's amazing no party renovation also is the addition of a statue of sandy Koufax now you and I talked in the past right I can even see a response already we've talked in the past about the tradition of the Dodgers I know the reference in the love you have for it when you get a chance to think about the history of the team and guys like sandy do you still get goose bumps I get goose bumps every time I hear that name or let alone when I when I had him come into my office and share a glass of red wine with them and this guy as you all know roaming is so humble wants to be in the shadow in the background and there's no background when you've got a statue well deserved that you coming of yourself in front of Dodger Stadium next to Jackie Robinson and there's NO two better people that represent our great organizations so I can't wait to be there for that unveiling do what's it like I mean you've been with the best you've played with the best you've gone up against the best you've manage some of the best but there's nobody like sandy and that kind of it like what's it like to have a glass of red wine in your office was sandy when you guys talk about it's like it's royalty and I say that and and I mean it in the best possible way and I know said he would take you for even saying that but it's like I've never met president United States but it's like you just feel like you're around oil G. and you have to act in a certain way when you're out there to go because there's just he's a good lookin these just hasn't age at all and just what he's done there's just this for about a man like you we've all been around great celebrity people that are iconic but stay any call back there's this kind of the untouchable type feeling that you get with sandy and there's this or which I just love and I eat up and I get nervous every time I'm around and I would imagine talking about right now Dave like I like I get this I have not spent a lot of time but I think my someone a golf course once sandy's got that that impossible it that you don't know how to describe it but you know when you see it and it's not a Dodger thing either right the man just exudes unbelievable class do you know what you said it if class that's right Dave Roberts my guest they won my side you you've got the trade deadline coming up is when asked about that really quickly I know you're focused on your job of getting a win tonight but what's the next week like for you as a manager and for your guys I think it's been a focus Romy on just when a baseball game because I think that you know you always find you better I think that we're all trying to get better and and we can see you haven't yet and I'm just trying to do that the thing is though is that issue that you have you're gonna lose somebody and I think that a lot of times place in the club house you know you don't understand that and you really got to get it right because there's a lot that goes into team chemistry all the field off the field what makes your club better but obviously the narrative that opened so I talk at you this morning yeah and you know he's riding and he's going to do anything he can to make our club better the Dodgers have the best record in baseball they get out again try to guess the angels which is always a blast Dave Roberts my guest if you are the absolute best is so great to have you back thank you very much for doing it alright well we will see you through get out to the ballpark you got my man Dave Roberts.
The Decentralized Cloud Computing Blockchain Network
"To focus on Asia. So late last week, I'm speaking with the guys at Neo about the impact of blockchain on Asian markets. And today I want to speak to the co founder of elf, which is the Asia based cloud computing block shirt. Network is focusing on becoming a global company. Now is a smart contract platform that will allow businesses to take full advantage of blockchain technology, and he's aiming to transform those horrendous complex business operations. That previous generations just accepted and do something about it in our immediate future. But in no familiar rambling on so book and hold until it as I beam your ears all the way to Singapore. So we can speak with Xueliang Chen the co, founder of elf. So massive, warm, welcome to the shows ruling. Can you tell the listeners a Labatt who you are and what you do? Hello? Everyone. My name is Chen. Julie. Sandy Koufax. CEO of Alf. Yes. Prior to that, I was a strategy comes out multinationals and governments of different topics. And yet slowly I moved into technology 'cause I have a generic background. That's where my passion is started with looking into various projects at in blockchain industry. Then finally met the right partner to foam to start out together. Now you all the co, founder of the issue based cloud computing block chain network, a mind to standing ease these kind of a small contract platform that would allow businesses to take full advantage of blockchain technology and also will transform complex business operations in the future. But can you tell. Exactly what it is and also what makes you guys unique from all the other solutions out there in the similar space without getting into the details. So what else is is we're in you up blockchain system and what we're providing is a high performance sister so that a we use a monkey Chint structure. Each smart contracts, we will have their own side chain so that they do not interfere with each other. And also we enable the notes to row now a cluster of computers, so that makes execution much faster and announced more complicated applications to run on top of that. So EMS show. We're really trying to make a business Ronnie on Shing wing facing and also more customizable in terms of what a we are unique is that where the first one actually enable the notes up to rob last of computers said this makes it much. Easier to scale up in terms of our computational capability at those are storage capability. And also the weight Howie introduced. A mounting structure of Jennifer is a diversity of ecosystem in how to to open up many possibilities. Held business want to run on blotch now don't if it's more full my life in IT. But before we talk about any solution, I always want to understand the exact problem before even thinking about, I think technology into the mix. So can you help listeners visualize the three problems that you see across the digital landscape, which are performance resources and segregation and also the lack of governance. So if you're looks back the evolution of blockchain. So I started as wind use case. Basically, it's bitcoin as a cross-border P2P payments eastern Mobutu towards a storage of battery right now. So that is basically just why use case then here comes the invention of smart contracts. So this. Opens up many more possibilities basically to allow a contracts to execute it your trust myths way. Yes. So you know, once the door has opened up, he basically enables us to serve meetings of customers from a business point of you ever done this list to a a our limitation which is on the performance side. So if you really believe that log chain is Gallup serve businesses for the mass adoption. We need a high performance in high speed to accommodate that. So that is the first problem that we need faster and more capable blockchain system to execute smart
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Colfax had an incredibly low yar a but that grinky had a low era and he was only there for what greg three years two or three years yeah i i don't think it's kershaw i think it's grinky or colfax i'm not positive i think kershaw's is below colfax is and i think grank in a better one too so i drank you i'm going to you guys are both correct zach rinky to thirty is his career dodger earnedrun average clayton kershaw to thirty seven and sandy koufax to seventy six who is the best career on base average as a dodger is that a steve garvey be gary sheffield see willeke lower i don't know why you would put willie keeler in there if it wasn't him so i'm going willie keeler culet gary sheffield four twenty four career on base average chestnut dodger that is insane what dodger had the most strikeouts in a single season as a pitcher is it ace sandy colfax be don drysdale see clayton kershaw well colfax and drysdale probably pitch more innings in their day right kershaw season twenty something to thirty i'll go drysdale yeah i'm gonna go drysdale also i it sandy koufax three eighty two in a single season it's that is just insane like every complete game yes he did what dodger is had the this last one what dodgers had the all time best single season fielding percentage what dodgers had the all time best single season fielding percentage is that a bill russell.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Five hundred catches and eighty eight touchdowns he's cut more touchdown passes from tom brady than any other player eighty seven and the next closest guys rainy moss with forty while the only other tight ends with numbers like these are in tonio gates and tony gonzalez both on their way to the hall of absolutely if grunk did retire now wouldn't it be a hall of famer even though he's only played eight years the last guy to be put in with that few seasons was gale sayers who played seven seasons for getting hurt in the sixties but isn't gronk in this particular context sandy koufax he he he sandy one i one hundred percent believe that i mean by the way we you we didn't mention how many super bowl championships how many super bowls did grunk i think he has the authority i'm getting to be has to xl what does that forty nine and wikipedia is never wrong competing also says that i am seventy two years old so excellent last night last iron seventy two win last year and he won in forty nine and fifty right yeah but i think he i think he goes to the hall of fame i do and and i didn't even if he never plays another now and i'd give him this advice about becoming an action star the thing about dwayne johnson and by the way the thing about our friend rick fox is that they realized that acting is a completely different mountain to climb and those guys rick fox dwayne johnson they went and studied with acting teachers before they did anything so if gronk really wants to do it it's not just hey i'll be an action star it's hey i'll go and learn how to act and i think the story my my buddy richard shift from the west wing yup who works with the rock on the tv show baller scherf says he's a great.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Do you think they'll go all in why name marketing he sandy colfax you really wanna watch sandy koufax pitch for the texas rangers i just wanna see them pitch longer anywhere right i mean for for this generation of fans he's he's colfax and to the idea of watching him go somewhere else would be difficult and i be devil's advocate and soften the blow say buddies a pitcher like even if you're a hardcore dodger fan who goes to the stadium because you ain't seen on tv acn him but once every five outings yeah so i don't think it changes it he's that good he's the best pitcher of his generation i mean if it were mike trout for instance mike trout i dunno trump's gonna to leave because the angel this year may be different maybe i'll changes everything i think mike trout is gonna wanna win at some point and so forth since he's been here they haven't i can't talk to that because he's still hasn't gotten full value yet not yet you're right but the numbers will be astronomical everywhere it's the yankees the phillies than that's the dodgers the angels i think will be huge numbers to they're all going to come in and just blow i mean you're talking forty million a year at that point yeah there are talking about bryce harper getting that kind of money up at the end of the year it's interesting i look you plan in california la you otani's this for more will you can start saying i'm staying here he's here we're all to this fast art move we finished well y'all come here for that amount of money only thing outta rangers going to be in that conversation for trout.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A couple of days men there is no climate change of course it's just wacky right all right let's go to raymond new city to kick off this hour raymond you're on the fan kohei like a talk a little bit about sandy colfax sure i was i'm dating myself ninety fifty shirts site thing when he came into the legal thinking have high school graduate i went to a nice damn rid of it's field gentlemen i remember we took bidder june sandy colfax i don't know if it was in the mind but he was so wild can't even doing any manual textured he was for all bulls not only over the catch uh into the net klay up like playing enough over ms had any pitched like that all night i said if this guy was in the mind least you've ever make it to the majors oh yeah that's why sandy koufax of the first five years of his career couldn't crack these starting rotation couldn't s you know nobody thought he was gonna make then he finally got command any of the devastating curveball plus the heat and game managing their sandy koufax accept that night i saw him in august of sixty six yelp earlier thank vow partner that have probably got common ground while i was well no it was it was arthritis i mean he had of apparently a really bad arthritis in who's really painful for him to pitch and there's a great book about sandy out there and and interest talks about how you know the the regimen he had to go through every night in order to be able to pitch and the pain that he had to go through and in order to get through games and that's why it was too much for a mini retired very very early when you know you would think uh back in the day could have pistilli was forty and basically at thirty was done skirted villain massive peak next year on the fan bill good afternoon richard owes eight will be quick you are you know i call a little bit of garbage uh this morning uh and i i don't know fseries you know and costly just like you know who's intelligient when it comes to uh baseball knowledge but he's ignorant as uh a human being you know when he doesn't really uh.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"In at bloomington and there were also going on the road to maple grove i november eleven so what will reserve your practice investigate calls of in the maple grove area let's give me as saturday at nine a m amman veteran's day in the ross going to have one year and bloomington that but next week we have one two tuesday thursday and saturday you're also traffic al was the world series and it's over uh the houston astros obviously beat the dodgers they're out but you know a game seven it your i really liked what this at the world series or game seven sani coal faxon dan don newcombe they throughout the first pitch l but sandy koufax knows all about game sevens is guess what he pitch game seven right here in minneapolis areas nineteen 65 there he won the mvp in the world series but you know what he dominated for twelve seasons out he had to retire at the age of thirty so a 1966 a year later he had retire and he didn't want to use in his prime actually his twenty seven nine gene with an era of one point seven three and 1966 in 1973 he was elected to the baseball hall of fame the youngest all right the youngest player at thirty six to be inducted in the hall of fame al pacino what because of traumatic arthritis in his left elbow he had to retire but the thing about it is there's a lot of people out there working cuts struck shen your work in jobs are pretty rough on your body and you never know he still need a backup plan all right there's a lot of people that change careers throughout their lifetime we're not seeing to become a of rational trader but were saying have that plan b right well that's a great point you wrote up in in every workshop every class that that i have todd over the last month or two i've had somebody lease one person in their who said you know what my job is just too hard on my body i can't do this anymore in fact one of the one of our students who is a very successful.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Eu member i like closer you've amber as long as it's not you tober which was terrible you tober was terrible you've emperor it's a much different it's it's a all other months yeah you've ember was awful or you you'd tober was terrible on friday yes shortest start of you darvish his career tonight the leash is going to be like this law like tiny lic should super short leash alex with you be warming up at the beginning of a new whilst would might be standing next to you darvish wall he's pitcher well i side there's this niira the thing that you darvish did in game three was heat over through heat baseball he wants it oh just gonna keep rambling here unita borish it's an emotional day actually coming back next we are going to relive some some previous game sevens we've dug up some previous game 7 moments including one that involves dodgers legend sandy koufax who i would imagine we've had look at the guys we've had thrown out the first pitch we had rachel robinson in the robs family we had a fernando valenzuela with vivid ali last night we had orel hershiser with tommy lasorda tonight it's obvious right it's gotta be sandy kofi sandy koufax has got to throughout the first pitch tonight your demand the price if we could i couldn't do it if i had two i couldn't do it if i i would i'd i'd gear up for our europe you you'd buck up dodgers lovey right now.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Wildcats in right exactly and that is just motivated some further all right uh good for him is exciting to the kids playing well yeah there's only one of a mot yet again lee cavalry's common okay at least that's it all moving the needles move in the right direction yes exactly exactly is moving in the right direction so i was in talking to connor about two world series in about to occur show with the eleven case punch outs as we'll have to call malloy don't know that they were all but ever 11 strikeouts and other you know i grew up in la i don't know if he has no sooner the california it's a yeah yeah so the gulf war and sandy koufax was my my man because as lefthanded sadykov climate i am of beaches culture a vehicle live reserve store it will give his sandy koufax the niece who atwood he leads sexual xv board yeah we got it alert sandy colfax is my man because if you were a kid in la and your left handed in this was still like one generation after these that thai lefthanders hands behind their backs the only mit you could get two minutes for if your left hand reaffirm regular mit you could get a sandy koufax mit you know.
"sandy koufax" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Kitties broadcast you know and mike okay okay and it talking about arron heck's and it's like a mystery about all how come who's doing so well this year what happened last year what what what a missing pieces well okay mickey mantle wanted to quit baseball his father tell them now oh you know get back in their ron gadgetry his future was in question i wanna bring up sandy koufax was it all right what are the world the baseball that he took five years to get his act together so i don't understand so this guy just needed reich what six months to develop and acquire he's now i mean i think it's a a surprise only because he was so bad last year but to your point mike the guy was a prospect i mean he was a former first round draft pick he has a lot of talent and some guys develop at a different point than other guys and it's not a big deal i won't i get to chance when you can and now you know i always berries hurt so he's uh full time he's making the most of it but you know i am not that the guys willie mays but he can do everything he has gone on talent but apparently not emmys people think like brett gardner is a good choir i mean give me a break more of your work at harvard the night without you boyz ii aaron hicks has been doing it for a couple of months break gardner is more of an established guy and i think he's very inconsistent player i think he's disappointed a lotta yankee fans with not being that game changer on the base paths but he said for great power this year which gives me about guarders you can feel there's this four for fifty batting slump coming you know what i mean like you could feel that coming i think guarantee exists a big deal though i mean how many yankee fans at the beginning of the season said it like rationally they said guys he's only twenty seven he's got a lot of talent i really think arad hicks is going to be an allstar like it's easy to say that right now and i definitely acknowledge that this is a guy.