35 Burst results for "Seager"
Seager (1B, 2B, 3B), Flexen Lead Mariners Past Red Sox 8-2
"Kyle Seager is hot hitting weekend continued as he finished a home run shy of a cycle in the mariners eight to win over the red Sox Seger had an RBI single in the first a two run triple in the second and doubled in the fifth a day after hitting a three run blast in driving in for Chris Flexen struck out seven and limited the red Sox to a Marwin Gonzalez RBI single over his seven innings of work in the mariners seventh win in ten games Boston starter Nathan Eovaldi exited after five allowing five runs four earned the red Sox have dropped five of eight Gessen cooled off Boston
Urías dominates as Dodgers pull out 1-0 win over Mariners
"Julio Reavis threw one hit ball over seven innings of the Dodgers one nothing win over the mariners in Seattle ria struck out a career high eleven in winning a match up against Marco Gonzales who surrendered Corey Seager's RBI single in the third inning reus allowed just two baserunners neither of which reached second is L. A. ended its first two game losing streak of the season the Dodgers played without outfielder Mookie Betts one day after he was hit on the right forearm by a pitch manager Dave Roberts doesn't expect it to be a long term issue I'm Dave very
LSU officials will not testify in person amid Sharon Lewis' legal threats
"Learned today or yesterday. That the number of lsu officials which we thought would appear in front of this hearing in baton rouge are now not going to. They're going to send statements. There's a lot of litigation going on which could be one reason. Probably a pretty good reason why they're not going to show up glenn. Gilbert has been covering this story from the beginning. We've talked to him about it. A couple of different times glen. Thanks for the time. Great to have you back on the program show. Where are we right now Well i think the next step by this select cynic committee at the state capital. We'll be the subpoena Lsu officials wanted one of the attorneys one of the representatives involved with that committee. told me in this story today that they they're considering subpoenaing hordes. You're on so they'll probably so they're likely to safina some others as that. Committee's work goes on. And there's other hearings in the future after tomorrow. Searing subpoenas will be the next step in. That's that's fine. And i don't know what Coach oh really has to say to this committee can you. Can you explain to maybe some of the audience that is late to the party What this is really all about. Well i think what this is about. Is that a lot of state. Lawmakers a lot of people around lsu and lsu's very much married to the state legislature. they get a lot of money from him That they don't feel like Lsu did enough and then they should have fired. People after the hush blackwell report. They didn't do enough and disciplining people they just suspended to associate associate athletic director for a couple of weeks there already off suspension. They want People fired particularly verge. Ause berry and mary seager and possibly
Francisco Lindor Truly Commits to the New York Mets
"Lindores signed an eleven year. Three hundred forty one million dollar contract with the new york mets. After this season there is a monumental class of shortstops available in free agency including cory seager trevor story hobby bias and carlos. Correa what do you think of this deal for. Francisco lynn door. Is it too much. And what's the effect of all those shortstops being free agents. After the season. I think the effect is had door turned the deal down. They just would have gone out and got another one of those guys. I'm surprised they gave him that much. To be honest. i don't last year. He didn't have a great season. Never got on track. Yeah it's a long commitment. I think it takes them to his age. Thirty seven season up to me personally. It was too long especially considering all those names you mentioned and those guys were all going to be available. Why give three hundred and fifty million dollars to francisco lindor. I thought it was overpaid.
"seager" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"And they'll find it somewhere in the back there. Do you also do stand up comedy. I do. I used to when when indoor things were existed right i him to zoom recordings. And pretend i'm doing stand in the lockdown. That's what it is. Yeah that that was my day job and hopefully we'll be again excellent and we have as my special guests. Sara seager who's a astrophysicist planetary scientists and is searching for the exoplanet searching for life and she's our resident expert in this moment to feel these questions that met has solicited from our fan base and this is the patriot fan base. So what more do you have mad us. I also by the way we should mention that our guest today isn't the only the new book outs. And you've got a book. Based on cosmic queries. The has a chapter that talks about the search for life. Yes indeed so. Thanks for mentioning that. Because i almost forgot i probably wouldn't have forgotten by the end but there's a book called cosmic queries because this format was so successful. We said we've got to do more than just put it out there as a podcast. So book cosmic queries. That takes all the biggest questions including this one and much. Sarah's research that informs this field is contained in that chapter and so it a celebration of cosmic queries has a thing and the search for life as as a sub thing of the bigger thing. We've got sara seager. So sarah thank you again for being on star talk and for check in for this man. What are you have force. Well i'm going to do another. The husband query question from another young patron listener. This comes from violeta and be elected. Mum izzy electors twelve and a half year old physique alabama. When you're young those hubs and professor. Siga i want to know. Firstly what exactly are biosignature gases. And secondly what biosignature gases would earth give off that would be detectable by extraterrestrial life. Who might be looking for inhabited planets like our earth requests. Sarah es not need to look for a biosignature gas because our existence will be pretty obvious because the space junk swell a biosignature. Gas is a signature of life. It's a gas produced by life that can accumulate in an atmosphere of a planet to level about that we can detect with telescopes. You know. I love to imagine you know there. There are intelligent aliens on a planet orbiting a nearby star and they have the kind of space telescopes were building or hoping to build. It would look at our earth and they would definitely see very strong biosignature gas and not surgeon. An oxygen fills our atmosphere to twenty percent by volume without plants. Without photosynthetic bacteria we would have literally virtually no oxygen so if all the plant life went away walked off the earth today. How long would it take for. Oxygen supply to sorta dropped his era. And why would it drop it all. Why when it just there well we also have bacteria that make oxygen so not sure what the division. I don't know just take away everything that's making oxygen. Take everything away and so now we got twenty percent oxygen. What happens to well what happens to it is. Oxygen is a highly reactive gas and it will just react away with other molecules in the atmosphere with lots of things on the surface. North gases coming out of bentson volcano hose and had oxygen. Just won't be there about. How much would that take would have happened like next week or in a year. No no wouldn't happen next week. Probably wouldn't happen in a year. It's probably more like thousands of two or war. Okay we if we kill. All the life we still live out our lives with oxygen subject generational suffocate. Probably we could live without our lives. Okay so what you're saying is even though. This twenty percent has been stable over the historic mostly stable. It's not actually a stagnant number because we are constantly producing it and constantly removing it and it just happens to be balanced at this number fairly. That's a fair way to say okay. Okay cool all right man another one all right this this comes from a grump Tough would i hope. I'm pronouncing that even close to correctly. What's his chuck does with names truck camper. What is your most optimistic explanation. The fermi paradox like that. Oh yeah i think we all have our favourite answer to that one. They told me what it is. I for me paradox. Is the idea that if if there is intelligent life that can harness energy and get in spacecraft and journey beyond their planet that they should have colonized the entire galaxy by now is once they can get to one planet and call my staff. They can just keep going and so. The fermi paradox is summed up by the question. Where are they so what you're saying is in the lifetime of the galaxy. It doesn't really take that much time if you're intelligent by our measures to build spacecraft start traveling to planets. Even if you can't travel at the speed of light right right that over time you would eventually reach planets and colonize all right. So are they. Okay so there's the explanation. I think is the real one. And there's the one that i hope is the real line mcchrystal. He's going to be there already here. That's that's the funnest answer but only one answer is that it just takes too much energy like we as humans. We know now what it takes to get in a spacecraft and go somewhere. That's a lot of resources. So perhaps they're just not not doing that. There's another answer that the intelligence civilization will unfortunately and inevitably self-destruct they'll destroy their planet. They'll kill each other. They'll they won't ever reach the definition not being intelligent. It would be my expectation. That i love is i. I'll put it to you this way. Just imagine an aunt an ant colony in your house. You know what you might have or your apartment and the ants. They appear kind of dumb but there's somewhat clever right because they have society and you see them doing like a reconnaissance. We're just just make sure we're all the same hayes by income you mean like one of those and habitat marginal things we can just mean you could be the it could be that ant colony habitat or could just be the ants like in your house to house and i don't know if you've ever had this but you'll see like a few of them kind of looking around and they might come across like a piece of cat food on your counter or something and then shortly thereafter you have a huge stream of them and they're all coming to get this cat food in like a little river. Well you can mess them up if you like. Wipe away their trail for a moment. It kind of got lost. But i want you to imagine you know neil matt. Having a conversation with those aunts. I tell them about the universe about the hubble space telescope and the vastness of of the number of stars and galaxies can tell them about and geography. Yes yes yeah. So what i loved to imagine. Is that these to these intelligent aliens out there that we are like the ends like. Why and how would they. They contact us or matt. Sarah's bummed out. I were insignificant. Now we're just plain stupid. So i i think it is worth pointing out there. They're all different. I mean like sarah's lucy. They're very different types of intelligence. I've been university. You've both spent more time. In academia we will met people who are incredibly small team specific ways in.
Seattle Mariners CEO Kevin Mather under fire for comments, releases statement
"Go badly for that team. Generally it does otherwise. That would not be talking about that team. Because they never do anything right. They never do anything good. So if I'm talking about the Mariners, and I'm talking about their president and their CEO, Kevin Mather. He probably did something really stupid. And then he and they are probably about to get wrecked for it. And if I'm talking about the president and the CEO, talking to the Bellevue Breakfast, Rotary Club It's gonna go horribly for everybody, and that's pretty much the result of him running his yap to the Rotarians earlier this month. You see, he was speaking to the breakfast Rotary Club on February 5th. Those comments became public yesterday and immediately went viral. So why is that? It's because, he said, the quiet part out loud and said so on pretty much every single topic imaginable. Like you know, the speech to the Rotary Club where nobody ever says anything noteworthy? You know what's an all timer when you've got a guy like that, having to issue a statement, which includes the following line, and I quote I've been on the phone most of the day today, apologizing to the many people I have insulted, hurt or disappointed in speaking at a recent online event. Unquote at a boy Ste. Hot champ. How the hell could anything that happens at the Rotary Club go so horribly that you have to spend a day apologizing to all the people they even salted and hurt or disappointed. I mean, how dumb would you have to be? How bad would that speech have to be to warrant an apology like that? A statement like that from the CEO of an MLB team answer. Really, really dumb. And a really horrible speech. The hell was this guy thinking anyway? Clearly he wasn't my man's mouth was simply on autopilot. Check out what he said about that stuff about the fact that he admitted there was no way that he was going to call it their top prospects last season. Not because they weren't good enough, but because the team wanted to manipulate this service time if our major league team had had a Cupid outbreak. Or, you know injuries and we had to call people up from the taxi squad. We were a little short on players because there was no chance you were going to see these young players at T Mobile part. We weren't going to put him on the 40 man roster. We weren't going to start the service time clock. There were all kinds of reasons that if we would have had injury problems or a covert outbreak You might have seen my big tummy out there in left field. You would not have seen our young players are prospects playing in T Mobile Park. Check this dude out. I'm gonna gloss over the fact that a grown ass man An adult just used the phrase my big tummy. In public. I mean, normally, that'd be one of the more offensive things in a speech like that doesn't even crack the top 10 here. Honestly, the fact that he's openly admitting to being happy to putting a lesser version of his own team on the field in order to manipulate service time isn't even the most egregious a fence from this dope. I mean, we already know that goes on. We already know that a bunch of major league teams do that. But this moron is the only one admitting it in public and going on record with it. Except he wasn't done. He had more. Like saying that Kyle Seager is quote overpaid and that this would be his last year with the team. Like that's cool. I guess I'm not saying the Seeker has been lighting the world on fire. But maybe you don't hop on a zoom call with the Bellevue Rotary Club and put one of your key players on blast like that. And he wasn't done not by a long shot because he had some thoughts that he wanted to get off his chest about the second ranked prospect in the organization, Julio Rodriguez. Julio Rodriguez has got a personality bigger than all of you combined. He is he is loud he is his English is not tremendous. Good Take, bro. Good. Take Got a huge personality bigger than all of you. But his English is not tremendous. Yeah, I'm sure that's not the first time you've said that and I guarantee it won't be the last. But first he had more than you want to say about Rodriguez, because why merely irritate Why merely irritate one of your best prospects when you can go in on him and really piss him off. Everybody, says 2021. He won't be here till 2022 or 2023. Fantastic kid. Really big on social media. He loves toe. Get out in front. He loves the Mariners. That's a tremendous approach. Right? Everybody says we'll be calling this guy this year. The hell we will maybe next year. And you know what? Maybe even the year after that. Make sure we keep on sucking before he gets here. Why bring him up? You might help us. I love that he chases that with quote. Ah, fantastic kid. Really big on social
Sharpen Your Trust Edge
"Everytime trust went up costs problems skepticism went down. Let's just talk about the simply for your for your listeners. So think about this tech someone you trust. How long does that take your done right now. Try to tech someone. You don't trust a long. does that take are. How are they gonna take this. That tip forevermore so we'll send you have this cost of time or we think of cost of. I talk about where i grew up. I don't know if you've ever seen one of these Mr olsen out in the middle of nowhere minnesota had this veggie stand where yet as beautiful End of his long quarter-mile driveway. He's a beautiful vegetables but even though is a quarter mile from his house get a bucket of cash and yet nobody stood at the stand. So what you're supposed to do as you make your change and pay what you owe any. Take your veggies right so the whole stand is built on trust. Somebody will call it. The honor system trust system right. What's what's the efficiency in this case. He saves money because he doesn't have to pay anybody to be there. Save time in essence because people can just take and go they can grab it. They want just go and interestingly he had incredibly loyal customers not just because they loved his veggies but they they love this experience. So you know in this case trust just gave him time and money and so when i say expensive and it's it's everything but it always is a cost. There's always an expense to a lack of trust. Seager said well a lack of their caused me innovation because that team doesn't trust each other so creativity went down and ovation down. They won't share ideas so lack of trust in that classroom. Oh well now. The the there's no psychological safety so students don't learn or whatever the if there's no trust in in the marketing message then all sudden you know you you don't sell so what i'm hearing you say is like the lack of trust or the the strength of trust. There's a lever in a relationship between trust in almost everything from productivity to profitability to even the depth of the relationships that we can grow. So i guess when. I when i hear you talk about that. It seems kind of like the lead domino for everything else is that when trust is strong and intact so much more becomes possible. Can you share a little bit about that. That's that's exactly what i would argue. And i would even say maybe the leading indicator. So you know in business roy. He's looking at what are the leading indicators lagging indicators and i would argue trust is always the leading indicator people think they have a different This is the big problem and this was the big finding in the original research. That first half of it at least was it. We think we have a leadership problem. We don't the only reason. I follow leader not is trust getting sales problem. No the only reason i buy or not unless it's a commodity something to do with trust. I said it before the only way to amplify marketing messages. Increase trust the only way to increase innovations increase. Trust team so y- this is the leading domino's perfect way of saying it because it's be leading indicator to efficiency and that was a big binding by the way at the time. When i started that first half of the research i was just looking at what's unique about the most successful leaders organizations of all time and i define success as impact and a financial component. So success wasn't just financial but it was success and this positive impact and it kept coming back to trust. So you know that. That the success in a attrition or retention. It's a trust issue engagement. It's a trust issue. I often say this is never a communication issue. You know at the core. It's the type of communication because communications happening all the time. And that's where we get to the pillars of trust and how we actually create the kind of communication high trust medication. They're talking about well. And i love even your example of text because if i receive an email from someone that i do not trust. I read it very differently than someone that i do. So on. elite ends. Jack's or you just questioning like is not what they really meant or and they're the rationalization and it's just such a like wrestling with. What is the reality with match up there. It's hard to see through people's intentions because there's a barrier to where i am and were they are. So how do i bridge that gap. Like if i know. There's someone in my in my world that i don't have a lot of trust what's one thing i can do. Well first of all over all my work it really is about. What can i do to be trusted or bill. So people will say to me. I want to trust that person. More like that guided that terrible thing to me. And i want to trust them. You know you trust them for what they do. So as an example if this person is late all the time. I should trust them to be on time. I trust them to be late. That's healthy. That's why that's good so i like what you said about bringing back to me. So what can i do. And that's where we get to the bills of trust. It's it could be any mix of them. But i have to do what i can do to build dresser maybe this is a little bit To the example at least where some people say because we're all imperfect how do i rebuild trust rebuild. It once have lost it right so i can give one quick idea there in that comes under the commitment color. Here's what we know. The apology never rebuild trust. I'll give an example people. Think that you know. I'm sorry. i'm why i apologized right. I said i was sorry A friend of mine's the from the netherlands came to america ebony. A few weeks. I said what's the first thing you notice in america and he said one of the three days i said yeah he said i i noticed. She got a bunch of lying apologizes. They all say they're sorry and they don't mean it and he said what do you mean he said. Yeah my team is. I'm sorry i'm late but they're late every time. And so this this one little takeaway here but it is important that even our research showed that this year the number one component retention is keeping promises. And that's the same with rebuilding. Trust the only way to rebuild. Trust is to make an keep a new commitment. Wait save out again. Because i think especially with trust is lost. There's the sense of urgency to rebuild it as quickly as possible. There's something broken. I wanna fix it. So that's generally where for me. At least that policy comes in and just quick to respond like. Oh lemme just patch this up with a quick apology. I'll make it sincere and move on so tell like unpack that a little bit. Yeah okay so first of all. Let me say this. The apology opens the door. I am not saying. don't apologize. we show humility. We apologize back cracks. The door it invites the bad actually to heal the relationship. These people don't trust again unless you make and keep a new commitment so if you because there are people i'm sorry and that that okay you get it i understand your relationship but that doesn't mean i trust them again to do this thing or to accomplish this or to finish that or to whatever it is unless they are willing to make an keep a new commitment. Trust is rebuilt by making a commitment in the you know in the book. I did chapter this for companies loss Step process and. And you know there's a lot you can do as a company wants them. Case studies of of companies that have actually rebuild trust but even the big companies. Why can't individual it finally comes down to making an keeping nuke amendment if you want to rebuild. Trust sir apology though. Good to know. Starting in the right place and i think what you said is really powerful because words. They opened the door. They're in a crack and that by giving that apology and then making that commitment it really does reinforce that my word is worth it and that what i say i'm gonna do. I'm gonna follow through on. Because i am trustworthy and because i care about that relationship
MLB awards: Finalists unveiled for Manager of the Year
"The fact that MLB started doing this naming the three finalists. Am I telling you for the past couple of years, and they've they've announced the finalists for the major awards day towards being handed out next week Monday. Next Monday, is Rookie of the year man to the years next Tuesday. Cy Young is on Wednesday and then m V P, of course, is on Thursday. So to me, the most interesting one is the manager of the year, especially in the American League and usually like man who cares, But I think it's very interesting because The three guys who they've picked in the American League to be the manager of the year. One of them is Kevin Cash, who had a fantastic regular season but has been blasted for one managerial movie made in the World Series, which was taking Blake snout too early. Yeah, he pulled a Dave Roberts. Yeah, and it makes no sense to me at all. Why he would do that, And he's going to say it's the analytics. But if you look at the numbers Blake they're actually the third time through the lineup is better than he is the second time through the lineup. And he was making them look ridiculous. Absolutely. I mean, it was. It was just stupid. How bad they looked any just struck out the top three guys in the orders twice. So that means none of them had made contact Justin Turner. Mookie Betts. Corey Seager had made zero contact, and that's the Yoon said Betts doesn't swing and miss. He makes contact and he was he made. That's look ridiculous. He absolutely didn't know that. But this year better actually hit worse against lefties. Entity is right. But that's beside the point. Yes, so Kevin Cash is one Of the three managers. Charlie Montoya. The Bluejays is another one, which I think is great. And I think it's hilarious that the third manager of the heirs, Rick Renteria, who is no longer manage manager, he was relieved of his job. So we have a guy who made a horrible managerial decision guy who's no longer managing, then you're trying. Montoya.
"seager" Discussed on AP News
"That are setting off wildfires and evacuations. Captain Michael Critchfield is with Orange County Fire. The wind is the biggest problem. So mother Nature controls out, so we just try to do what we can't help what controls and dictates what happens mostly fires in Southern California Edison is defending its decision to avoid a widespread blackout before the fast moving wildfire erupted in the area. Admiral bread. Gerard, a member of the White House Corona Virus Task force, says more testing is not the reason Corona virus cases are spiking. The cases are going up. It's not just a function of testing. Yes, we're getting more cases identified. But the cases are actually going up, and we know that too, because hospitalizations were going up. It was on NBC's Today show President Trump has been saying the U. S. Is rounding the turn on the pandemic. With six days to go before Election Day. The president will be in Nevada and Arizona today. Joe Biden is in Delaware. People at a campaign rally held by President Trump last night in Nebraska had to wait in the frigid cold for hours after it ended before they could get back to their cars. Shuttle buses were unable to get back to the venue in Tennessee, a school bus driver was killed along with a seven year old girl after utility vehicle swerved into their lane and crashed. Five Children were airlifted to a regional hospital. Two were taken by ambulance. This is AP News. For the first time since 1988. The Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champion. They won Game six of the Siri's with Tampa last night. Three toe one Corey Seager is the World Series M V P. We scored runs only needed, Tio. We were big places, I mean, You can't say enough about what we did. This year. The Dodgers Justin Turner received word during the game. He tested positive for the Corona virus. He was taken out of the game, Meantime, back in Los Angeles to the World Series and then find it's wonderful. I like I could finally read Stephen JIA body says. This is big for all L A sports fans. We are below..
Los Angeles Dodgers Win the World Series After Years of Frustration
"Rays manager Kevin Cash for the entire off season. Pulling starter bra like Snow out of Game six of the World Series against the Dodgers ever gave up no runs and had a one. Nothing lead. Here's what happened next. The Dodgers won the best of seven series four games to two with the 3 to 1 win on Tuesday night. Frank, three, called the Ball game is over. The season is over for the Tampa Bay Rays. A magical season comes to an end. And for the first time in 32 years, the Los Angeles Dodgers are the champions of the baseball world. That's that sounded on our sister station, 95 3, W. D. A S Dodger shortstop Corey Seager was named the world Siri's most valuable player. I'm Jason bearing here for news radio. W F L A. The Trump campaign is
Los Angeles Dodgers win World Series for first title since 1988
"The World Series Mark Myers reports the Los Angeles Dodgers or World Series champions, defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3 to 1 in Game six to win it four games to two L. A earns its first title since 1988. Shortstop Corey Seager was named Siri's MVP. They started the party without Star third baseman Justin Turner. After he tested positive for covert 19 during the game. There was
Los Angeles Dodgers Shortstop Corey Seager Named World Series MVP
"Sports The Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champions for the first time since 1988. They defeat the Tampa Bay Rays in six games. The final in Game six. Last night was three toe one, Dodger shortstop Corey Seager was named unanimous World Series MVP. The last player to be unanimous MVP was Madison Bumgarner Back in 2014 with the Giants. Seeger, now an elite company. He's the eighth player in the history of the major league. It's to be named NLCS M V P and World Series MVP in the same playoff. So with the 2020 season officially in the books, 2021 spring training will officially begin on February 27th of next year.
Braves, Dodgers set for just 2nd NLCS Game 7 in 15 seasons
"The winner of the NLCS will move on to face the race last night. Game six. The Dodgers beat the Braves 3 to 1 to set up a game seven for tonight. Corey Seager. Justin Turner back to back home runs in a three run first inning, Walker Buehler makes you stand up. That forces the deciding
Corey Seager, Justin Turner hit back-to-back homers to give Dodgers 3-0 lead in NLCS Game 6
"The Los Angeles Dodgers leading the Atlanta Braves, 3 to 1 in the bottom of the seventh inning in Game six of the NLCS Braves up in the
Los Angeles Dodgers Force Game 6 With 7-3 Win Over Braves
"In the National League. Corey Seager homer twice and drove in threes. The Dodgers beat the Braves 73 in Game five to force a game six. The Braves still lead the Siri's 32.
Smith off Smith, Seager 2 HRs as Los Angeles Dodgers beat Atlanta Braves in NLCS
"Smith on Smith crime on the Dodgers radio network, 1st 2nd. Here's a pitch on a fly ball to left field. Well hit. Will Smith has headed off? Will Smith, a three run shot for the Dodgers catcher, and they take a 40 Tulley and 5 70 Alley sports in the car. Los Angeles will go on for a 73 victory over the Braves and now trail the NLCS three games to two with Game six, scheduled for Saturday at 4 30, Eastern on F S one. The
Homers By Seager, Lewis Lift Seattle Mariners Past Texas Rangers 4-3
"The Mariners beat Texas for three yesterday. Their third straight win over the Rangers fifth straight win overall, and they'll go for the serious sweep today. Texas Ah, Kyle Seager for the Mariners had Ah homerun and an infield single, moving past Jay Buhner into fourth place on the Mariners all time hit list. Yeah, is very humbling. It's I'm extremely proud. I'm extremely, you know, honored to be in that company. That's that's extremely elite, a company and You know, I'm very proud to be a part of the still trails Ichiro Suzuki, Edgar Martinez and Kang Griffey Junior. They'll try toe go for the serious sweep against the Rangers at 1 10 this
Homers by Seager, Lewis Lift Seattle Mariners Past Rangers 4-3
"Sports Parents try to make it a season I six straight wins and a serious sweep of the Rangers today, A T Mobile Park after a 43 when yet today featuring two two hits hits hits by by by by Kyle Kyle Kyle Kyle Seager, Seager, Seager, Seager, Ah Ah Ah Ah homerun homerun homerun homerun and and and and an an an an infield infield infield infield single single single single moving moving moving moving and and and and passed passed passed passed Jay Jay Jay Jay Buhner Buhner Buhner Buhner into into into into fourth fourth fourth fourth place place place place on on on on the the the the Mariners Mariners Mariners Mariners career career career career hit hit hit hit list. list. list. list. Skipper Skipper Skipper Skipper Scott Scott Scott Scott Service Service Service Service at at at at Cedars Cedars Cedars Cedars Season Season Season Season has has has has been been been been stellar. stellar. stellar. stellar. He's having a great year. Hey, really is we've seen Kyle have some Phenomenal years, maybe hit a ton of Homer's play. Great defense. He's done a little bit of everything this year on DH Way more consistent at the plate. You don't see that. You know the big swing. You know the up down. You know where he gets hot for 10 days and it cools off. A lot of that distributed to his approach and his ability to use the whole field more consistently on and that's a credit to him. Mariners try to make it six in a row today as they take on the Rangers in the finale of their four game, Siri's Marco Gonzalez will be on the mound. That game starts at 1 10.
Homers By Seager, Lewis Lift Seattle Mariners Past Texas Rangers 4-3
"Fifth inning, A T Mobile, the Mariners on top of the Texas Rangers three to using the long ball Kyle Seager with a two run shot in the first, Kyle Lewis, a solo homer and the fourth and Justin done in position. To pick of the
"seager" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"To the plate and they're starting to get guys to do that. That's a good sign. But most of these guys are filler. I mean the the guys to kind of you won't be seeing in years from now. But the nice thing about this and chance CISCO's at this a couple of days ago reasons said this all these guys on this team I mean to the twenty eight man roster. There's not a guy on here doesn't have something to prove. That goes from the very beginning young guys we mentioned. Chris Davis's to the wave Leblanc's every single guy on this team is basically fighting for job for next year either in Baltimore or somewhere, and that's Kinda give them a little bit of. Last one for you. The trade deadline is thirteen days away and I do think it's not going to be as star spangled. as we're used to seeing a trade deadline because there's just so many variables and you start with the most obvious one is that teams are not gonNA WANNA give up big time prospects for a player and then have the season shutdown and never get that value return. No one really knows with financial landscapes. The Orioles actually have a guy who I think conor threads the needle on a lot of that stuff that I and I do wonder for teams that have some financial flexibility who actually are interested in winning this year could be really of interest in that's Alex Cobb. Got Of course the dodgers are run by Andrew. Freeman. Who knows Alex cobb well from his days with the Tampa Bay Rays Yep the Yankees. The mets who are currently up for sale you know maybe despite all their current financial problems, the current ownership, the wilpon say, Hey, if we have a chance to make the blouse sweet jump in the Phillies, the braves I could run through three or four other teams as well, and it seems like Alex Cobb I. Mean you're you're watching it in a way that I'm not. It does feel like that. You know what? He's back to the point where you could look at him. If you're a contender easing year three of a four year fifty, seven, million dollar deal and say you know what? Maybe I'd give up something form the orioles probably a looking to shed his salary anyway, and he could help us this year. If in fact we finish and then at the very least, it can help us two thousand, twenty one. What do you think? I think absolutely if teams are willing to spend right now. It's not even really almost as much as they give up. Obviously, there's something back return something they can kind of hang their hat on and say, Hey, we got these two young guys. But it's all about who's GonNa take that salary I mean fifteen, million next year. It's pro rated a fourteen million this year. Are there teams out there who feel like they're financially strong enough that you know that they're gonNA take him in August are guaranteed that September and the playoffs are going to happen and can be able to turn around and do something next year with them in the end and absorbed that basically allow the teams you mentioned it seems like they could but you know you just Kinda gotta wonder what the financial landscape is. Alex. COP can still pinch, Alex? Alex, Cobb never stopped being able to pitch. You stop being able to stay healthy and that's that's the problem here and right now you know he's healthy and he's pitched good yesterday. You know he was as I I. Guess You'd say tough start but basically he gave up a three-run homer after giving up three infield singles I mean it was just one of those kind of things it got him what are you still went? Six, two thirds of the longest anyone else starter has gone this year Alex Cop. Can Pitch and Alex help somebody and the oils are willing to deal Alex Alex. Cobb wouldn't mind he really likes. US Right now I think last year he was looking to move on I. Think he really likes young group and the energy there but I think he'd be more than willing to go to a contender and try to get A. Ring like you said, mentioned with the dodgers Friedman's really interesting fit there. All of that said it's going to have to be a team that's willing to a give up money and give up something player wise. I think your those obviously our release something they're always looking for right now to rebuild, but they do want to be able to show their fans yet. We gave our best pitcher but hey, we got two more. Guys in the pipeline and that's the whole thing. This prospect the this farm system is going to number twelve according to baseball. America, it's got some guys coming, but they're pretty far away. The best guys they have would have probably been at Frederick which is high or double a buoy this year and so that really you know the whole pandemic whole layoffs, the no minor league baseball that hurts the oil so they need. Talent pipeline I think they'd be more than willing to trade Alex cops, but it's gotta be the right fit for someone growing, take my contract and can give them one or two. You know prospects that they can feel good about yeah his Xm. Right now is three point seven nine and I think the way if you're a contending team the way you look at it as okay this winter. If Alex Cobb was a free this winter would we be willing to sign who to a one year? Million dollar deal based on what we're seeing now. Of course you're going to measure that against the landscape. My instinct is that someone like him this winter probably is going to get ten to twelve million dollars, but you know what? Maybe you take on that little extra money. For the shirt short term deal a proven veteran on a one year contract in two thousand and twenty one that's not bad and I could I could easily see someone like android taking a look at that being interested. The only thing is advancing age and more. So the health situation I mean, he basically you get two surgeries last year he's coming back from that year before he set out for the the contract part of it, you know trying to get himself a deal and then he had blisters and he had some some nagging stuff here and there that limited him to several games. So I mean, it's a situation where you. Know he really hasn't pitched almost two full seasons because last year was a complete Washington wash for everybody up until now. So you gotTa make sure that you're going to be betting on health anyway here's the guy with health risks but you the great clubhouse guy he's a, he's a great veterans a great guy to have around. I mean he certainly help achieve they're just GONNA have to figure those specifics. All Right Dan, thanks for doing this and have fun watching a contender. Absolutely, it's been a while Mansa awhile to carry yourself buster. Bleacher tweets. Already buster, bleacher tweets four TWOS D. I one up Mitchell. At Tigers of Detroit writes in which recently called up Detroit rookie we'll have the greatest impact this year the most town on Casey Mayes I can't wait to see him pitch when you're that when you're that young and you have that kind of course, I mentioned the ratio so far in professional baseball hundred and twenty strikeouts just twenty six walks that's pretty special. So he's going to be someone who I think is going to impact right away especially pitching in the American league central. Last. One for today Jake Reagan at Underscore Jake. Reagan. Wrightson while the braves, nats and mets all lose key contributors. The phillies have stayed mostly healthy knock on wood. Does that combined with an offense that's top five in the NFL and opie s average in o b p Make them a dark horse division winner Yes. Yes hundred percent I don't know if you agree with what?.
"seager" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And want drives one out to left centre. See You later he knew it in CRT And now we do to his seventh of the year. An apple is Bob Carpenter F. P Santangelo on mass in my God debut start with this, he killed that. He seven home runs in his last ten games and he's a left-handed hitter. Any takes the ball out to left Centerfield. He absolutely destroyed that ball and after hit it, he stood at home plate for what a nanosecond or two nanoseconds he definitely stood and watched it and will Smith. Said something to them. They're clearly you could hear it in that clip we just played there was some yelling on the field, the home plate umpire actually came out. To, step in between will Smith and Soto, and again I'm like get over it I. Think it was egregious like what he did he just watched it for just a little bit and then he took his trip around the basis I do think that after being yelled at, he started to slow a little bit between second and third I think I would to Yellen Anatomy. One. So you know we know his reputation. Among other players is Controversial. Let's put it that way with some of the adjustments. That home played he does. His home runs. Let's 'cause I think every home he hits is like twenty rows deep into the into the seats. I'm with you don't throw a bad pitch get the guy out deal with it. You know and in the end the braves got the last laugh because they won the game but get the guy that's the bottom line. Yeah we watched the video and will Smith Allah counts I don't really know him that well by all accounts is you really good guy but he's Kinda stared down one soda was almost like he was looking for it. You know when he clipped the ball because he hit so hard but wills is they're not following the ball they're just absolutely locked in Yeah you're right. It wasn't dad egregious. Saw Certainly has had. You know different homerun celebrations where he admired the ball for a longer period of time. So yeah, I thought we will. Smith was a little out of line there. All right. So these. came from ESPN stats and information. The first person I saw made reference to this was al-Din Gonzales about the number of injuries piling up around Baseball pitchers during the first twenty, four days. This season ninety, seven pitchers in place on the injured list you know we found out yesterday, the Kirby AIDS is going to require surgery. It's likely going to end his season, the seven e Cetera seventy-seven pitcher I l stance due to injury are more through the first twenty four days of the season the previous two seasons combined sixty eight. Two thousand eighteen. Two Thousand Nineteen my theories. About why this is obviously this weird season in which there was a shutdown, there hasn't been a consistent regimen i. do wonder about the effects of the training that we've seen in recent years. We're pitchers are building up their bodies to throw harder than ever I think physiologically there are. There's just so much that body is designed to do and so when pitchers add two or three miles of velocity I think that probably. Put them a little bit more at risk and I do wonder about this factor David. I'm curious about you I. Think there are teams in players clang operations shutdown. In other words, there might be a pitcher he'd not feeling so great. He's not feeling great about what's going on in two thousand and twenty corona virus. It's kind of bootleg season maybe the team is playing on, isn't necessarily in it, but I wouldn't be surprised if some of these are discussions between the team in the pitcher. Hey, if you're dealing with something even it's a minor thing. Let's get it taken care of let's shut you down and let's move on and start to focus on two thousand, twenty one. What do you think? Yeah, I've wondered about that too and you know we don't know all these details that are being are going on behind the scenes but that makes sense. You're going to be as cautious as possible with your eye towards you know twenty twenty one doesn't mean teams don't want to win I i. think most teams do. But on an individual level, you WanNa risk you know your future for sixty game season. So I think with you teams are being extra cautious and I wonder too sometimes in April we see pitchers they come out they're throwing a couple miles an hour slower than they might you know the rest of the year they slowly ramp up a says you mentioned than had a longer spring training but with the must win nature of every game, you know this year they came out through a Max velocity right out of the gate so that Might be a factor but I'm I'm with you. I'd like to know how many how cautious guys are playing this year. Yeah. General Manager said it's to your point about guys coming out at full speed and and ramped up at full velocity general manager said to me. This is why we have spring training. So guys can gradually build up their velocity and being a position where they're in shape wants a regular season starts this number jumped out at me from ESPN stats and Information Jose Altuve as struck out twenty one times in his first twenty games. This season his most in any twenty game stretch in his twelve hundred and sixty three game career. There's no question about it. He looks terrible. Yeah I looked into some of the astros. Hitting struggles the other day and. George Springer Look Lakes of bad luck Alex Bregman he's been getting going since I wrote that piece. But out when you dug into it, there's some real issues going on they're the swing and miss rate is a career high. Yeah. The HIP is I think it's one ninety five. So there are some stuff going on there but he's he's all out of see you know he. He had never had a stretch where he hit under two hundred over this many games over the last three years. So we're obviously not used to see in this from him. and. I know the haters lot of point to the cheating but this. Guy You know the proverbial swinging at the breaking ball taken the fastball down the middle that remember to he's been beat up a little bit. The last couple of years. He's thirty years old. So there's some potential aging on there. He's not a big guy. But somebody. We gotTa Watch over these next few weeks and when the science stealing stuff broke I remember talking about this on the podcasts You know you know Alex Bregman personality I think he'll be fine. He'll go and play his game no matter what kind of reaction he gets Jose Altuve was the one guy where I was like and the interesting part about this is you know we've heard from Carlos, Correa, we've seen this. from that study that was done unhealthy bangs that each player benefited from I. Think it's pretty clear that and I've heard this from people are on the team Jose Altuve a really wasn't involved in that. Hardly at all but he's such a nice person like when he talked to him and I did wonder boy I I kinda think he might take it to heart a little bit more the criticism. You know all the blowback, all the social media stuff maybe more than a lot of the other players did yeah. This was something we talked about back in. March before the season Gut shut down as we did wonder okay..
"seager" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Welcome to the show maybe you're in the show with TV show and. David field last week fill in for me I gotTA start with that. Thanks for doing that day. No, and that was fun. Taylor you know spearhead. Got Us through somehow but it was fun to fill in yeah I I. Don't the one thing that I don't like about this is the last two days Taylor is getting way too many Kudos. Up yesterday, you're saying Nice things about him today I'm not really happy about that. Well, you know when your back's against the wall, all you gotta step up, but he came through in the clutch in. Raised his game to a new level. Go ahead Taylor. You can do your do your victory lap here. Well, buster you know I'll I'll give you some credit. You know you gave me pretty good education during this whole pandemic thing. So I'm really just. I'm the monster that you've created. It's all back on you. I feel like that. He's like Nuclear Lucien, I'm Chris Davis the way that he just went through that you know he was giving me the he was giving me the cliche quotes Dave Yeah I'm pretty sure he takes it one day at a time and. Exactly all right. Let's start with this You being Seattle Guy let's talk about the seger brothers Corean Kyle last night became the first brothers to homer in the same game since two thousand, one leap a and Cesar Crespo. June seven, two, thousand one. But easily the most enjoyable part of that or they the grins that both of them were suppressing as the other hit home runs and then rounded the bases. Yes. Yeah. It was really cool. Remember this was the first time they had played against each other in a regular season game back bears dodgers played in two thousand eighteen but a corey was hurt. Before that two, thousand, fifteen before corey been called up. So in fact, I remember talking to Kyle a couple years ago, and at that time they haven't even played against each other in a spring training game and he said he'd only seen Corey play what's on a baseball field in like ten years. Break from college and saw go play like junior high gamer whatever corey was at the time. So is these guys? Are they hardly ever see each other play in person? So that was really cool last night and I got a feel for how much kyle how proud kyle is of his younger brother A few years ago I had this weird connection with these guys I. Think you know it's never been proven. I want to make that absolutely clear but there was a dodger game in St Louis. And as you know, you have that situation where the teams taking batting practice in the fans are out. Behind the rope line and as I was walking out onto the field this person called me over and I think it was corey and Kyle's uncle. And he yelled at me said, you know you're related to the segers and I'm like wow. That's kind of out of the blue and then he explains it said Yeah they have back in their history. There's an old only. From upstate New York and you guys have the you know the family tree goes back. He didn't know exactly where it was. The same great-great-great something and I was I everything. He told me matched up with my family history in terms of where our family is in upstate New York and the Lake George. Area and you know as I sit here today it's funny. act. Lake. George I'm staring out of the water talking with you and so you know I didn't get a chance that data ask Corey about it but the next weekend coincidentally, we had mariners and cubs on Sunday night baseball, and so I walked up to kyle and I said Hey I want your family members told me that we're related and kyle nodded he goes. Yeah. My Dad's been telling me that since I was like thirteen fourteen years old and we're watch one baseball tonight again, it's never been proven I've never seen the actual link that we have, but it's why when we've we've done highlights on the baseball tonight podcast in recent years. I've always said you know cousin kyw cousin Corey when I mentioned the highlights and how they did and it was funny when I talked to Kyle I said man, can you imagine how shocked people that I'm related to you guys and Kyle and he said that's kind of how I feel when people find out that I'm related to Corey. Because he thinks chlorine such a better athlete and so much better than he is. Yeah Yeah, and they do not look like brother facially do physically obviously much different builds with corey taller leaner. Kyle more like a fire hydrant. But Yeah, you know great family they both mentioned last night that they regret their Aritz. Unable to be there back home in North Carolina Their Dad was their baseball coach growing up in another brother who played in the minor leagues. So Yeah I. Think. Kyle maybe underestimating his own athleticism very, very athletic family and that. Their parents were watching watching from home and enjoying the night. So Dave, I thought we were past the whole point where we had baseball's unwritten rules and guys would be offended I thought I thought we were sort of beyond that but it was clear from developments. Last night that is not the case I saw Fernando Tat's junior has another amazing nights at two home runs. But on the second one emits date take sign on a three Oh counts swung and hit his second homer, the game and after the game is manager j tingler acknowledged that that he had ignored. The take sign in fact when Fernando tetechies junior got back to the dugout that's what Tingler told him his manager said now you know you're not supposed to do that and of course, Tingler for a long time with Texas. Rangers Organization. So he had a feel crab set the rangers. People were the quote from Tanga last night. He's young a free spirit and focused on all those things. That's the last thing will ever take away. It's a learning opportunity in that sit he'll grow from Ed the next pitch that after Fernandez. East junior hit that home run was behind Manny Machado. And Chris Woodward the manager of the Ranger said, I didn't like it personally speaking of tattoos junior swimming in a three zero pitch. But like I said the norms of being challenged on a daily basis. So just because they don't like it doesn't mean it's not right. I don't think we liked it as a group and I've thought about this and I've.
"seager" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
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"seager" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Taylor I am sitting at the shore of Lake George. You can actually hear the water in the background yes. Yeah. You can hear the water. You can hear a bird or some sort of insect chirping. You sent me a picture. It's it's quite serene. So you definitely got me today I'm a little bit. Yeah and their boats going through. So you might hear that in the background during the course. Cats. man I I I just love being here her and love talking about baseball last night, Corey and Kyle. Seager became the first brothers to homer in the same game him since two thousand one give listen to this The first I hit the home run was cory seager. SEGER lifts a fly. Ball right center, fetal. Foia. Net. He's got three run home run. At a smile for big browse zero stared in hatsaw. Priceless facial reactions from. Just, kind of smirk. When One the smile. Moment from the backyard done on a big league field. Here is Kyle Seager Seger. Gone Right back same territory next pitch. God. Back tobaks matches. SEGER versus Seger. All, run total his even. WanNa piece. Yeah and how cool was that the two brothers smiling at each other around the basis trying to stifle that smile though at a respect for their pitchers Taylor. This little smirk a little. A-hole I can't believe you did that all wrapped into their yeah. I saw a lot of emotion coming out of that little facial expression. It was really cool update for the San Diego Padres in terms of the injury news Tommy is likely at four to six weeks with a broken hand. He could miss the rest of the regular season according to his manager It's possible. He could come back depending on pain management closer closer Kirby Yates went for second opinion with L. A., Elbow specialist, Dr Keith Meister on Monday, and now expectations are that he'll undergo season ending surgery that according to San Diego Union Tribune. So for the padres too big losses now during the course of the game last night Fernando tetechies junior had himself night. One Oh is lace towards the gap and left Centerfield up all his back in it is gone. Fernando Taiz Junior and a line drive three run home run get. OUTTA. Here in a hurry, he's in double figures at home runs that's number ten of the season and the padres jump on top turned three. This. Is Air to right field back it goes. has done it again, Fernando. Tutsies Junior. Hey grads slam and the padres go top fourteen to three two home runs. Seven rb is Fernando Tease your. Home run calls by Don Sila mud grant on Fox Sports San. Diego. I will tell you the Rangers were really unhappy with something that happened with that second home run. They weren't happy with that cease junior. We'll be talking about that with Dave Schoenfield coming up some news about the mariners. Kendall grave men pitching with a benign bone tumor in his spine but he intends to keep working. He talked with reporters about that on Monday the Yankees expect Dj Lemay Hugh will miss the next two to three weeks because of that sprained thumb that we talked about in. Yesterday's podcast the Yankees Junk Car Stanton spoke with reporters yesterday, and shared his frustration with all the injuries experiences curly out for about three more weeks. Is Quote reporters I'm disappointed in myself would be disappointed if I was rooting for me, words can't really describe the disappointment I've had over this prize prospect Casey Mayes will debut for the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday Casey my twenty-six starts in the minors two point eight five or a hundred, twenty, three innings just twenty six walks and one hundred and twenty strikeouts in our pools move much closer to a milestone last night with this. Hour hits went out to left field toward the corner. Does it have enough high that would off the wall it'll bring home to Albert's GonNa try to get the second. And he is in there with a to RBI double the angels Rod, top five to three boy clothes, for Albert. Close. For six sixty in his career. He needs one more home run for six hundred sixty in each one more rbi I to tie. Alex Rodriguez for third place in Major League Baseball history, the mets and the marlins yesterday and Pete Alonso my fishing partner had himself a day. And a lot of pressure on other one and this one's going Outta here second an for lunch. So and he hits a tape measure shots. On a luxury, go back to back and the mets are having a party. In Miami, it's tended to New York Gary Cohen on s n y the cubs in the ordinance played a doubleheader yesterday the cardinals took game one. This is what happened in the top of the sixth inning of game two. And David drives one in the air toward deep centerfield back goes Baiter to the center field fence that bonus. Three run homer David Bodey. Herbs Lead Five Four And that would be the final score Pat Hughes who that call on the cubs radio network, the two teams splitting, the double header. Now before we get to Dave show field and Dan Connolly of the athletic talking about the contending Baltimore Orioles, we have to talk about the new ESPN radio lineup specifically greening hosted by friend of the PODCAST. Mike. Greenberg my friend he's back on radio you'll still be hosting get but getting back to his roots I, join him for that very first episode yesterday I actually to pull off the roads at a a filling station to do that interview. 'CAUSE I was in the middle of the woods here in New York, lot of fun. I think people really going to enjoy Greenie is. On. ESPN radio from noon to two PM Eastern time every single day, and you can also listen to show where get your podcasts. Talking about erectile dysfunction isn't easy..
"seager" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"I an organization that is helping to advance robotics and stem education for young people around the world. and. Now, here's my conversation with Sara seager. When did you first fall in love with the stars I think I've always loved the stars. One of my first memories of the Moon. I. Remember Watching the moon and it was in the car with my dad who my parents were divorced and he was driving my siblings to his house for the weekend. The Moon was just following. Me Just had no idea why that was. So. Like looking up at the sky and there's this glowing thing. How do you make sense of the moon that at that age age like h five there's just no way you can I think it's one of the great things about being a kid. It's just that curiosity that that all kids have you thinking 'cause there's these almost out their ideas of our earth is flat afloat in the ball on the Internet. And it made me think that I realized that the earth is Like this ball that's flying through empty space. I mean it's terrifying. It's on inspiring. I don't know how to make sense of it. It's it's hard because we live in our frame of reference here on this planet. Nearly impossible none of us are lucky to go to see the curvature verse I me. Do you remember when you realize understood like the physics? Like the layout of the solar system. Is it was it like the do I have to take physics to really high school physics really take that in. I. Think it's hard to say I had this book when I was a child, it was in French I grew up in Canada where French is. Supposedly. taught to all of us English speaking Canadians and it was this friend book in French rose about the solar system and I just love flipping through it. It's hard to say how much you know you or I understand when we're kids but it was really great buck. What about the stars when you first learned about the stars like I do have this very incredible distinctive memory and again had to do with my dad he took US camping. Now my dad was from the UK. And he was the type who you'd find a tie on weekends. So camping was not in his fear discomfort zone we had a babysitter every summer we got a baby we every summer we had a babysitter and one summer we had tom he was barely older than than we were he was fourteen my brother was twelve. I would've been eleven or ten maybe and we went camping 'cause Tom said campaigns thing we should. We should try it and I just remember. I, didn't aim to see the stars, but I walked out of my ten middle of the night. And I looked up. And Wow so many stars. The dark night sky and all those stars just like screaming at me I just couldn't believe that. Honestly, like my first thought was, this is so incredible mind blowing like, why would anyone of told me this existed? Can anyone else see this? Have you have you had have you experienced that with anything like? Yeah I've had that I mean. I don't know if maybe you can tell me if it's the same I've had that with robots there's a few robots I've met where I just fell in love with this like. Is anyone else seeing this? Is anyone else seeing that? Here. In a in a robot. Is Our ability to engineer some. Intelligent beings. Intelligent beings that we could love could love us that we can interact with some rich ways that we haven't yet discovered. Like a almost like when you get a puppy. Dog and there's this immediate bond and love.
"seager" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman
"The following is a conversation with Sara Seager, a planetary scientist at mit known for her work on the search for EXO planets, which are planets outside of our solar system. She's an author of two books on this fascinating topic plus in a couple of days. August eighteenth her new book. A memoir called the smallest lights in the universe is coming out I read it, and I can recommend it highly especially if you love space and are. A bit of a romantic like me it's beautifully written. She weaves the stories of the tragedies and the triumphs of life with a stories of love for research on EXO planets, which represents our hope to find life out there in the universe quick summary The adds three sponsors, public goods, that's the new one, power, dot and cash. APP Click the links in the description to get a discount. It really is the best way to support this podcast. As a quick side note, let me say that extraterrestrial life aliens. I think represent our civilization longing to make contact with the unknown with others like us are may be others that are very different from. Entities might reveal something profound about why we're here. The possibility of this both exciting, and at least to me terrifying, which is exactly where we humans do our bus work. If you enjoy this thing subscribe on Youtube Review It with five stars.
Mookie Betts mashes three home runs in Dodgers 11-2 win over the Padres
"Ugly for the San Diego Padres Mookie Betts guys. He has the hat trick three home runs on the night. Check out the stat line for beds three for 34 run, scored five runs driven in the three home runs, and now he's batting over 300 for the Dodgers leads right now in the home half of the seventh inning, 11 to 2 is a score. A. J. Pollock went D Austin Barnes also in deep inserted Corey Seager, who came off the injured list Me Wallace. Scores around the
"seager" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Jordan now. He skips them sees. Fourteen has list not a doubt. You're right he's got Say Brian Okay. So that's when you pick one of the guys hold home man you you can think what they were talking speed. This applicable wake of in China. One needed answer. Larry Bird Larry. Hi My I pick a career. NBA type of thing Category always tell you guys injury shortened career not going to be listening to what and I could have fixed a lot of guys. You could've picked Kobe Bryant. He's Zona let's go ahead Trevor Looking for most NBA All star Selections People Career. By Karl Malone Carl Malone that's right that's Isaiah Thomas favorite fourteen selections right there. Michael Michael. That's right Stockton John Stockton plead his longest Carmelo. I didn't say it was right. News right as has not been hit it with the that is incorrect. So again travis. You aren't Campbell Jamaica. Kobe here John I I did not make it thirteen seasons. You know what I thought you were right. So that's why John Stockton like that but he did not remember the West was tough man Magic Gore. Right he always came off the bench couple years guys number three on the list fifteen. Tim Duncan you can just stay with people. Could've gone net what about well Hang on I'm doing this yet if you just for a second Shaquille O'Neal with fifteen of them. Dirk we talked about Dallas Mavericks Fourteen. Jerry West there is one of your white point guards for your Elsie Wilt Chamberlain like you said with thirteen. Bob cousy thirteen John. John Havlicek with Wayne Wade with thirteen rounds out the list. Here's the deal Michael Thompson told me this one time and it's never ever let me down since he said it when you get into the all time. NBA The answer is always will. It's always well. We never. It's the only player that blank. The answer is always always always will. The dodgers have another decision to make one of their all star players. Is he on the way out. That's next you know what I may switch to. This is my victory song because I like this one too. And we're playing the knight rider theme so often getting a little stale with the try to throw at you guys say tournament in Alaska. You just keep playing well we fall out users that we've gone through this quite a few times and we've been hearing old Hasselhoff quite a bit. You know who you are you Robert Ory you. That one shot that we remember miss you a second. Kobe Kobe over here right. But you don't WanNa hit a big shot. Larry Bird John Stockton get out of here. I didn't WanNa stay on the Lakers win. You Win. Eleven downtown now Larry Bird talk about but I know stocking when a lot. I'M NOT GONNA lie When I said Jordan I went wait a second early on and then he was hurt and then he went where he brought the gate? Yeah but it was that extra year in Washington he made it actually Washington two two years and missing a curve balls. There's much I think both sides because if I pick all black news and it's like I WanNa make mixing misery by very very magnanimous narrow magnanimous magnanimous thankless. All right Let's start with the dodgers right here. There is a piece that's floating around out there And a lot of people are talking about it. And we've known that. The dodgers were interested in Francisco indoor their shortstop Francisco Indoor for the best players players in league. And so if you can get your hands on Francisco Indoor. That's really. You got to go do that. Any of the price is a player like cory seager. You GotTa do that. Lindores that good. There's another they're story out there on red legs nation about how the reds are very interested in Cory seager and at the dodgers may be receptive to some trade opportunities there because they have Gavin Lux potentially ready to step into that shortstop role even if lindores does not become available. I get it I hear it all the you know you gotTa make some moves. The dodgers have been more or less kind of status quo and they're winning the division. They're not doing much beyond that now. I don't know why everybody's decided of course is a good player. I know that he had a bad postseason. SORTA Soda Cody bellinger. He won the MVP. Nobody's trying to rush out the door cocaine healthy I but cory seger had the Tommy John Surgery and has come back and has been relatively healthy since since then cory seager isn't comeback. The same. He not yet. That's an injury that takes a little time cory. Seager is really really good. Yes and young. And here's the thing this and this is true in baseball more than any other sport what you do in the minor leagues. I don't care how much you tear it up. There is no guarantee that you're going to do that. When you come to the big leagues none none now you might? I mean sometimes it works great but this idea of well Gavin lock might be better than course here. Yeah he might but I know exactly what Cory Seager as cory. Seager is a proven majorly commodity. This is a guy that has made all star Games. This is a guy that bats in the middle of one of the best teams in baseball. Plays a marquee shortstop mark the position. I don't know why we're having this conversation. Because they might do it. Because they see something different they feel better did the they feel like going to fall apart again. Like why is money or we do not really maybe two that you realized that okay. We're going to have to pay this this and this if we trade that and we'll have to pay looks for right to get to deposed several years okay. That might be a reason that you sit around and have that conversation okay. It baseball is a non salary cap league. So there's no. Hey we close is neil remember. We remember we still worry about the luxury tax because for whatever reason the dodgers don't have enough money I hear what you're saying and you're right. There is a luxury tax but there is no other than more dollars. Reason can't go past it. The dodgers are the second most valuable team in this entire league behind the New York Yankees which are just so far away removed from everybody else stay amongst the mortals. The dodgers are at the top of the list So this idea that. Hey you know we gotta we gotta we gotTa have save a few bucks here because cory seager is coming up. Let's take a shot with the necks sky over money some decisions in professional sports or may may with money and there's sometimes a bad Decisions they make bad decisions money decisions all the time in professional sports on athletes that oh I don't want to pay him some let him go or I I like him so much. I'm going to pay him and it doesn't work out. I mean it happens all the time we were talking about Westbrook and Katie and harden. That's the prime example. What keeps talking about The move was made because San Presi looking goes. I'm not sure if I can pay all three of these guys. So let me flip this for something that we may need on the defensive offensive side. I think he brought in Kendrick Perkins stuff on a cheaper rate. Because we don't WanNa pay all three that top tier money. 'cause I don't computer champion that way. He was a gamble clearly. Only it didn't that I pay off if you're looking at the dodgers and if they feel that luck is worth not trading which is clear because they didn't trade him last season if they feel that looks is GonNa be a big time performer. which in my opinion he showed certainly showed that during his whole season that he could be that dude? If you can have that dude for two more seasons is cheaper than a tens of millions pay to keep cory seager who may or may not round back to what he was. That's the reason why this conversation is if he's that dude and in baseball. I don't know if there's anything less certainty than a short sample in baseball by the is on littered with guys that show up and have a mom and it's not even like they had a good week. They can have a good three months right and you can't get them out and then all of a sudden they turn into a pumpkin again. It's like oh he can't. He had a good three months. That's the way the baseball goes in. I guess it's just a philosophical months. Come out of nowhere. It looked like they need to pay you. Seven hundred both ways. It absolutely absolutely does but I I think it's just one of those philosophical things that for me. I'm always always always especially if you can take the economics out of it. And the dodgers are one of the few teams that can if if they'd want to they can take the economics of it. I'm not I'm not giving you a guaranteed commodity which cory seager is for something that might be marginally better it just. It just doesn't seem like a good bit Francisco. Endorse not marginally better. He's a lot better he's a he's a lot. Better pull the trigger on that one like that but some minor league. I got a little run near. The end of the season had good minor league run. I don't know but he's got a baseball name Gavin Lux Tavern baseball names. Both of those guys that got baseball name very good baseball. Also keyshawn Johnson. Good pitcher name to as a wide receiver. Name to me all right there. Are Two defensive vacancies here here in Los Angeles. One guy's a candidate for both. We'll tell you what it is next. Talk Okay so to defensive defensive coordinator jobs open here in. La Yeah right SC and the rams. Yup Joe Berry is candidate for both of those jobs. Show Barry Courses Member of the RAM staff currently which so can rams make a lot of sense. There you kind of elevate him from his car position in that defensive coordinator position makes sense also makes a ton of sensor him at SC Z.. to He's a former SC player. He's a former SC coach. He's he's a guy that has experience in college football as well I it tape. Whoever gets him means that somebody else is going to have to go look in another direction that they're still going to be one of those jobs open assuming that he gets one of the other key you like him more the Rams and you do it as see though? Is that what you said. It's not necessarily I like him more at the rams it's it it's what makes more sense form a business professional staff point for. Joe Be I think when you are sitting there and you've been a young defensive coordinator Bolt in Washington Shing Tin as in. You know whatever you call it. A failure. Detroit obviously failed at that time I think it went Owen. Sixteen I wouldn't great and you know you're young But they had no players the rams got players especially on that side of the ball especially on that side of the ball. So you know coaches or as good as the guys that they have jobs. Jimmy's Joseph Jimmy Jones. You could dial up the XS and os it. I think in this situation situation Sean..
"seager" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"They took instead of Cory Seager took set it, there's a famous tweet from one of the big baseball writers, who was like, I don't know is a tweet didn't age, well, so. Talking about. They took Shelby Miller. Okay. All right. So there's a line in here. I just wanted to know if you know what it means. It's describing him in high school, and it's this is Mike Silvester. The first time I saw Michael, he was playing a lot of shortstop at east coast with his hat kind of pointing up and the high socks. What is the hat kind of pointing up? What do you think is that is the signifier of their what are we supposed to take away that mean that he's keep didn't look like a ball played in look? Right. He didn't have the he didn't have the good hat. Brim. I don't know. I wasn't sure I liked the I liked that. There is a fischel scouting jargon about how you wear your hat. And that I don't know. And I like the Keith didn't even teats like either. No. Or you don't know Sam like I'm not going to spell it out for you. Look it up. So the other thing is the. I have to. I have to bring it up. Then I have to bring it up. Yeah. We gotta talk about this. All right. Billy Beane Billy Beane. This is a quote from Billy bean, since then. So this comes immediately after the heist, the taking the, the hastily arranging an event with the angels so that he wouldn't go to Oakland and work out for Billy. And so then the next thing is being since then trout went on his own personal iron fleet in the great joy. He's the fourth grade joy, just destroying us with the vengeance worse than urine to remind the as they should Aitken him. This was clearly a quote, that was given like on the day of the finale, something because it's most be, it's a book reference. I think that's one of the things that makes this so amazing. Right. Is that this seems to be a book reference? And so it at this point giving a books like a book plot reference, like a plot that only existed in the book and not the show is a very aggressive move be like, if you were like, you know, remember that scene in the godfather where like Johnny Fontaine goes to the party after he wins the Academy Award. And everybody's like. The book idiot, I read the book and so, so you think this is like a Victorian great joy reference. Is it the greater who's not in the show? It could be. He's the fourth grade joy. I mean, the, the part that doesn't make sense at all is just trout went on his own personal iron fleet choice. So is the great joy is the great joy of place geography known. The iron islands is. Yeah. Okay, just cut his words garbled here. This is like go get it out of the ocean huddle know all right? So, so you read the he's the fourth grade joy as there are three great joys. He's the fourth, and he has many great joy attributes. Yeah. I read it thinking that it was that he was actually referring to the other great joy has his mates worse than your own. Yeah. Or maybe you're on you're on. I don't know. I don't know. I can't make sense of it. Barely who any of these characters are. Yeah. Not good game of thrones. No. This is just. Have been in the middle of when everyone had gave the throne some the brain. And he he just went for the game of thrones reference. Yes, this doesn't make any sense to me. It almost makes me appreciate a Scott Boris analogy. Yeah..
"seager" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Really interesting about Kyle Seager is his contract, because his contract is massive in. They can't move it because he hasn't. He has a option in his in his contract that if he if he's traded it automatically increases up to twenty million dollars two thousand two team option. It becomes a player option and goes to twenty million. Nobody's doing that. No one is taking on that, that contract, which means he's going to play every day in Seattle. So like, like you said fifteen leagues. AL only, he'll only for sure definitely enough to. And with the amount of injuries there have been there may be teams that have dropped him didn't wanna wait. So just goes check your waiver wire on your deeper formats. But I think that's about it. GB team league. I'm staying away. Yeah. Me too. I think there's just too many options right now. Jimmy Nelson was activated. And then optioned, please talk me off the ledge 'cause I have lots of shares of Jimmy Nelson. Nope. No sorry. I mean you talk me on the ledge 'cause for me Jimmy Nelson isn't, I mean he's not a guy who was out all last year. He was pretty good the year before. But I don't see Jimmy Nelson as a difference maker. It's a good team. And if you can get the lead and get to the eighth, get to the seventy eighth he could get a win. But I you know, he's not somebody again. Lance Lynn is available in all leagues. Not all but many leagues. And Lance Lynn would be the place that I would be putting my my dollars. Yes. I love Jimmy Nelson. And I, I love the step. He took Ford into seventeen. Especially being able to get out hitters from both sides of the plate. It just. I was very you know, obviously, you know losing the season to the shoulder injury, especially because it had nothing to do with pitching and suit, stupidly jumping back into a base. I still have a lot of faith, especially because that Bruce rotation is not very good and the right. Right him. So but see I wouldn't start him straightaway. Like I would let him I would let it get its feet back under them. Because option was to kinda give him a chance to get a little bit sharper. What do you think? Jimmy Nelson can bring to the table through to the end of the season. I what is what are the numbers I think he could throw like seventy five innings with. Twenty five percent strikeout rate and Lagos..
"seager" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To figure it out because their offense has been there they have enough talent to where it's going to be there even with a guy like cory seager going down for the year you have guys coming out of nowhere like max muncie could be a guy jones in for a rookie of the year spot for the dodgers who lead major league baseball with the most in their franchise history by twice as many as we can talk major league baseball with you sweeps the talk about the oakland a's do you get excited you get geeked up for the as not really the as here's the problem look where they play the american league west seattle is playing above their skis this year the mariners they swept the orioles that doesn't count because baltimore's one twenty three games worst record in baseball this year but still a sweep is a sweep you know and it's on the road as well to the mariners are twenty games above five hundred but but don't sleep on the as now they've lost or one i should say eight of ten games they are ten and a half back of the astros on the astros have been solid all season long they've won seven out of ten they continue to do what they do is ace week the raise and this was a red hot raise team that just took down the yankees handed them their only three game losing streak just about a week or so ago eight five five three two three four n b c is a number but the astros the mariners the as all picking up wins winning streaks three four four but the as of one eight of ten of their ball games including that sweep there in detroit and and look the as playing some good baseball it's good for the bay area to see because the giants are trying to overcome their injuries pull their heads out of the sand if you will in place of decent baseball they've done the same as they've won a total of seven of ten find themselves a couple of games above five hundred this really an interesting year with major league baseball and you find that with many sports that should go and watch and follow there's there's always it seems like some prevailing headline that's lying out there throughout the season this year to me it's really it's parody especially in the national league i can't recall any time where i've not seen one power team if your pick who's going to represent the national league in the world series literally what are you going to say the dodgers just because they were there last year i do you trust them i don't the pieces were there but the do you trust the cubs i can find fundamental flaws with all of these teams but yet big advantages for all of these teams i could like the dodgers as much as i do the cubs who have one more win and the dodgers and split a four game series out in los angeles then there's the nationals nationals losers of three straight and seven out of ten i mean they're a team headed in the wrong direction bryce harper not living up to his normal type of statistical savvy that he has and those those numbers that he bolsters year in and year out for a guy going into a contract year that's not really what he wants the all star games going to be in his backyard coming up in a couple of weeks but the nash just to talented not to be there at the end right i mean really from zimmerman to murphy to harper in the anthony oh yeah the guys on the mound and max scherzer and stephen strasburg how can you not like the nationals to be there at the end for the reasons that we're seeing now that they're struggling the inconsistency they have a losing record at home they're only a couple of games above five hundred on the road we're just trying to find a way to figure it out i mean the run differentials only plus twenty four on the season for a team that's played nearly eighty games i mean that's that's not saying much yet the cubs the dodgers and you can't even sleep on the diamondbacks a three and a half game lead over la we haven't talked about the brewers who have as many wins as the diamondbacks and the braves and phillies both ahead of the.
"seager" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Well yes he now is famous he's the after hours mascot cat thank you thanks so much for listening that's a really neat memory though could you imagine we get a concert in someplace where there's a ton of people and they come over the entercom the the entercom that's kinda funny that's who worked for the intercom or the loudspeaker and they say the united states has just beaten russia in the olympics the semifinal the i guess what i would have been semi finals semi finals so that's kinda cool what a neat memory something that you would never forget hearing vin scully talk about him in two thousand sixteen which was vin scully's last year he i would make a point to listen whenever i could at night when vin was calling a game and he raved about cory seager just he had more superlatives to describe cory seager than any player that i've ever heard from an announcer it was so good in so seeger was hoping that the inflammation would go away but he went in for an mri it's gotten worse and now he's going to be out for the rest of the year and sometimes it takes a year and a half to recover from that surgery so yeah unfortunate for the dodgers for cory seager and this is a guy who had missed just one game so far this season and this is just gonna take him out gosh the dodgers can use all the help they can get but injuries are certainly a part of pro sports college ford's at every team deals with them and so fortunate for the athlete but it's a reality of life so the dodgers will have to adjust thanks so much for.
"seager" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of the san francisco giants may not be reproduced a retransmitted in any form the accounted description to this game may not be disseminated without the express written consent of the san francisco giants all right why don't we give you the starting lineups game two of this double header we will begin with the dodgers who with their win earlier this afternoon are twelve and thirteen they're a half game ahead of the jets in the nfl west standings dodgers have chris tailor their center fielder he had a big game one he is hitting leadoff once again and starting in center cory seager the shortstop will that second diaz mardi gras came in late in the game and played first base he'll catch game to catching and batting third cody bellinger first baseman it's cleanup chase utley had to one of the biggest games he's had a long time already this afternoon utley at second base batting fifth jack peterson leftfielder will hit six alex verdoux go was on the socalled taxi squad redo go now is physically on the active roster for this game they sent scott alexander pitcher down for do go is activated and in the lineup he is one of the dodgers best prospects we saw him briefly at the end of last year the right fielder hitting seven kyle farmer who just destroys the giants every time and it's not like he's not a good player he's a talented young player but he's not doing that against everybody the giants have not figured him out yet cow farmer has been a real pain he is at third base hitting eighth and the starting pitcher for la is the lefthander alex would only two but a three seven two earned run average and john described the pitcher's duel between those two came two of the season cueto who's on the mountain for the giants against alex would so would will pitch here against the giants he is typically fared well against them would this season this will be his sixth start of the year one real bad one against oakland everything else has been typical alex wood who last year was an all star and one of the best pitchers in the national league giants take field behind johnny cueto and here the starting lineup for.
"seager" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The ride there cory seager going the other way you'll find a whole eventually here's now the pitch at yes yell takes yelled stairs or one dose strikes plead last year with twenty eight home runs he was second on the team only bellinger hit more had finished well but one and that one misses the fastball ninety one off the inside edge weeks a pretty good story talk about guys like richhill turned their careers around we almost outta here a couple of years ago the two all that's in for a strike we've got sit down to triple a i made it it wasn't looking good the expectation was that if they could find only taker they were gonna move quick but credit dave roberts and his staff coming in and really connecting with the two one is fouled off at the play and helping him to take that next step of maturity and allow that to matches is talent athletically and he was a joy to watch last year and i think a joy to coach and manage for staff just turn award i mean he gets a kiss every time you get twenty eight kisses likes checker gets over now the two that is a little bit low three balls two strikes yeah there were rumors out there that there is a possibility of a plea braun swap that never materialized dodgers in the and there's a rumor that floated i guess yesterday kempff abroad the three to they're looking we can't believe it turns around and poises his complete the john payne stratton.
"seager" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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