29 Burst results for "Sean Doolittle"
Dr. Anthony Fauci on the Return of Sports in America
"Dr Chee Hello. Thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure to be with you. Thank you for having me. Dr Anthony. FAUCI is the director of the national. Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He also coincidentally went to the same high school as me Regis High School in New York City. Dr. You're a very busy man. I'm so grateful for the time you've given us so. I have many pressing things to ask you about, but I would feel negligent as a sports journalist. If I didn't start with the action on the fields, the Great Anthony Fauci was there to throw out the first pitch and this was not a great pitch. He's an epidemiologist is first pitch on opening day last Thursday. happened. Well. It certainly was a mishap part I had been practising for two days before a walk down that I thought was sixty feet. And it was really probably forty five. And I was throwing throwing in throwing and I got it right. But only was at forty five feet and I kinda hurt my mom because I haven't thrown a baseball literally in decades. So as I was getting ready to go out on the mound, my arm was killing me. But I said Hell I could suck it up and just throw it the way I'd been practising when I got to the mound. I said Oh my God Sean doolittle looked like he was two hundred feet away. A. So. What I did was I completely changed the form of my throw and instead of just throwing it lobby, get over him, which would have landed right in front of him. I wound up and threw it like a bullet only. It just went way off to the left. So it was my bed all the way. In terms of the real baseball news this week, it concerns the fact that over a dozen members of the organization tested positive for Covid Nineteen and Major League Baseball has since spawned Marlins Games until Sunday after some teams including the one you root for the nationals they raised concerns about traveling to Miami to actually play. So what's your assessment of how major? League Baseball has handled this corona virus up rick? You. Know I think they've handled it well to be honest with you in that. They've done virtually everything that you do. To try to get the goal was to protect the health and the welfare of the players and of the personnel associated with the team when I had discussion with some of the officials of different teams as well as of MLB in general, we went over the different kinds of protocols that they would need, testing and things. One of the things that came up as a big concern is what happens if a cluster of players get infected and how you gonNA handle that with that wind up, not only shutting down the team? Would it then impact on other teams that would be playing? So it was a consideration I think we're going to have to take. On a day by day week by week basis I hope. that it doesn't interfere completely with the progression of this truncated season because the players certainly WanNa play, they don't want to endanger their health that's for sure and the fans at least on TV would like to see it. So I think we're going to have to see what happens over the next few days to a week, but I can tell you that a lot of good faith. Faith effort was put into this by the owners by the play reps by the players themselves. So I hope that this is just a temporary setback and that we can continue the season. But again, the most important thing is the safety and the welfare of the players under the personnel associated and the place family too. Because, if you get infected, you've got to be concerned about spreading it.
Two Chicago White Sox Players Test Positive For COVID-19
"Isolation. Nationals manager David Martinez says two players out of the 60 test turned up positive in their organization. Nats reliever Sean Doolittle, displeased that his results from Friday aren't back yet. Employing baseball to quote clean this self n BA the Milwaukee Bucks, the latest team to shut down their practice facility
"sean doolittle" Discussed on WTOP
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Jeff Passan on MLBPA's Return-To-Play Proposal
"The negotiations between Major League Baseball and the Players Association to start the two thousand twenty season, Continue Jeff Passan reported. Reported last night that the player Ford a counterproposal on Sunday, in which they suggested a one hundred and fourteen game season from June thirtieth to October. Thirty first, which Jeff wrote is expected to be immediately dismissed by the League. The union remained steadfast. The players should receive their full prorated salaries. The Union did suggest possible salary defers than acknowledgment by the players that amid the coronavirus, pandemic and unrest. Flow issues could prove problematic for the owners The players proposal also included the idea of an expand class for two years major league. Baseball's proposal suggests one year postseason that goes from ten teams to fourteen a salary advance of one hundred million dollars split among players during the second spring training, additional commitments to players, wearing microphones in the field and other broadcasts enhancement, and there was an offer to hold events such as an off season, all star game or Homerun Derby to generate additional revenue. This was a hopeful Development Sean doolittle, the nationals. Reliever tweeted out that the Washington major leaguers will provide salary relief to minor leaguers. Who saw their salaries cut last week? Covers baseball for ESPN, and Jeff we just went through the details of your report from last night. I think the most important question this morning is what's next? It's a great question buster because I think what's next is going to be the most important element of this entire thing in that is. What's the reaction of owners after the unions first proposal? And I think you did a great job in your Sunday, notes column of pointing out the fragility of this on account of there, being owners who don't WanNa play in two thousand and twenty. If this proposal angers the the League side owners in particular enough where what is a relatively small block of honors, now suddenly starts to gain a little bit of political traction in trying to convince some of the more moderate owners that this is a lost cause, and it's just not worth playing the two thousand twenty season. Then I think they're actually in trouble, but if if the. door being cracked open for furrows which it was done in this proposal leads to something more substantive and productive. I think something can come together on relative quick order because that's that's how it has to like. If they want to play this year, something needs to get this week and it's on owners right now to come back and really facilitate that after the players offer. Deaf I'm glad that they're talking I. Mean it's a good thing that they're talking because there's been so much time that's passed in the last Three and a half years since the CBA of two thousand sixteen, in which they haven't been talking, but my God they are so far apart. It's incredible to me. The what this is shutdown lake March twelfth thirteenth, and yet it still feels like to use the football comparison. It's like we're at the one yard line. There's about fifty eight seconds to go and there ninety nine yards of field ahead of them when you're talking about the financial issues. Either the safety protocol, and then the challenge of pulling everything together which I'm sure you're hearing the same thing from general managers. That I am like this is not something you can just execute overnight. No in regarding that latter part I assume that that they have known for awhile now. What the expectations are going to be and I I know some general managers that I've talked with said they're. They're trying to get their facilities in order, so you know secondary, club houses and a lot of the things that are in the health and safety protocol. They've at least been trying to start, but let's let's look at the logistics of getting everybody around the country right now. between coded and. And and the civil unrest that's going on travels knock going to be particularly easy and getting people from place to place city city. You don't even know where you're. Joe It half the time when it comes to either get into the city or are you going to be your Spring Training Facility? I mean these these are all open questions right now. but yeah I I would say instead of the one yard line. You've got like both sides in their tunnels right now or in their. I mean that that is how far apart they are, and and the biggest question to me has been.
Washington Nationals' Sean Doolittle expresses concerns about safety amid MLB's reported plan to play in 2020
"Will the proposal be received by the players MLB giving the union they're hopeful plan of having a baseball season the summer nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle firing off a series of tweets Monday with countless questions he wants answered about health and safety one of them being one of the long term effects if a player contracts the virus another what about staffers ditions and on and on it went as many more followed if the two sides could come to an agreement would be looking at a short season beginning right around the weekend of fourth of July
MLB owners approve plan to start season in July
"Major League Baseball has a plan to start the twenty twenty season a source tells the AP owners are going to propose to the players union to start around the July fourth weekend no fans would be in the stands spring training could start as soon as early next month five teams play in California and governor Gavin Newsom says it would be great to have baseball back question is when in that it will be determined on the basis of public health and public safety and the spread of this virus Washington pitcher Sean Doolittle asked in a tweet what's the plan to ethically acquire enough tests and what's the protocol if a player staff member or worker contracts the virus I met Donna you
Angels' Trout says he 'lost respect' for Astros
"Or Mike trout things that Houston Astros should pay more dearly for their cheating ways the LA angels three time AL MVP ripping the Astros and questioned the discipline handed out by Major League Baseball this after I he reported to spring training here is a Mister Mike trout in his own words yeah I think there's a lot of the dot we were in and so they were in the playoffs did you just the season with the it's a tough thing as well lot of people in that a lot of people are going to hold back and not say much but I think you're trying to get somebody I think the point is we need something in your friends of friends you know like I said I lost respect for guys you know half the stuff that comes through Mike trout not making a suggestion for what the punishment should have been listen I want to put you in the shoes of Mike trout it is guy this this center fielder has spent is virtually his entire career playing catch the Houston Astros in that division baseball commissioner rob Manfred reference to the World Series trophies a piece of metal that did not go over well with anti body Washington nationals reliever Sean Doolittle said Manfred sounded really out of touch and Justin Turner of the Dodgers noted at what is truly the valuation the that that what's Trulia devaluing is the trophy is the fact that it's called the commissioner's trophy and it has the word commissioner
"sean doolittle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"sean doolittle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"sean doolittle" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"You gotta pull out all the stops in case. You don't WanNa be sitting there after you've lost game seven of the world series in like you're talking to one of your teammates so rend on you had the change your shirt. Yeah Yeah say you had broken your ankle at the sixth game and the team one would did you have broken your other ankles in order to get the luck keep for games seventh game and and what kinds of sacrifices to make. Well you know you you would. We probably would have seen how game seven was going. I want to ask you about your social media because I follow on twitter. You're you're shot in what is an. Ob Sean over. Sean Kenobi. Yeah that's exactly the kind of player I thought you were are. Aw Are you in fact a Big Star Wars Fan. I am a big star. Where have you thought? Maybe you can get a cameo. Like Noah syndergaard didn't game of thrones. I thought about it and then after the world series the PR people are like. Hey let us know if there's anything you want to do and I was like I want to go to the premier and the like a week later they were like all right. How about way? Don't tell little it is a delight to talk to you but we've invited. Why did you hear to play a game? We're calling now. That's what I call a save. You Save Baseball Games. But what does that mean was the game in a well. Was it lost. I did see we're going to ask you three questions about real world. Saves get to write in your win for one of our listeners bill. Who is Sean doolittle playing for? Danielle Simone from Mobile Alabama Alabam. All right first question. After firefighters rescued a group of his piglets were caught in a barn fire farmer in the UK did what to express his. Thanks through the firemen. A wove the message. Some piglets into his spider be brought the piglets to the firehouse and released there. He sent the firefighters. Sausages made out of the piglets. They had.
Shut down in Game 1, how will Cardinals' bats fare against the Nats' big three?
"Earlier in the week game one of the national championship series also went to the nats to nothing over the cardinals in frigid St Louis on Friday night temperatures hovered in the low forties then Venezuelan right hander Anibal Sanchez froze the bats of the cardinals for seven two thirds innings as they did not get a hit off Sanchez until the bottom of the eight John golems and how we can rid drove in the only runs of the night in the ninth inning former rays reliever Sean Doolittle came on and finished off the wind is a T. two packs the Washington nationals take game one this is what a pitching performance tonight sun says and do little a combined one
Strasburg, Scherzer pitch Nats past Dodgers to even NLDS
"All right deck nationals pitching was the story is the nats marked off the Dodgers ported to living up there and all the S. at one game apiece Stephen Strasburg struck out ten over six innings of one run ball and Sean Doolittle Max Scherzer and Daniel Hudson each through an inning of relief as those for Washington pitchers combined to strike out seventeen LA banners meanwhile he was the team's best
Scherzer surprises Dodgers in relief as Nats win
"Is the nats marked off the Dodgers ported to living up there and all the S. at one game apiece Stephen Strasburg struck out ten over six innings of one run ball and Sean Doolittle Max Scherzer and Daniel Hudson each through an inning of relief as those for Washington pitchers combined to strike out seventeen LA banners meanwhile he was the team's best and most consistent player throughout the regular season with the playoffs opening up in the Bronx usually make you was at it again for the Yankees. the
"sean doolittle" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Just no kids exist in the world join us each week as we honestly share what it's like to be a parent you really hard really hard for them either no good show will just be five minutes and dozens and raise crying and screaming until they address is way to join us each week as we judge you laugh laugh more and remind you that you are doing a great job find us on maximum fun dot org on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts rules to its goals i i'm jesse thorn i'm talking with sean doolittle he's a pitcher for the washington nationals it must have been strange strange when you finally walked into a major league stadium in you know equipment manager handed your uniform with their name on the back of it that it came in such a different way then you must have imagine six years previously five years previously when you started playing pro ball a little bit 'em you know once one weird thing about when i got the call to go to the big leagues i was with us are are aaa team we're in tacoma washington and the manager of the aaa team was trying to get in touch with me he was calling my cell phone but because it was like it was like nine o'clock in the morning which forum a baseball player a minor my it it might as well been like four in the morning you know because after the game by the time we get home 'em most you know and then we we finally eat and then we wind down you know you're not going to bed until one or two so my roommate woke up and and he was hearing my phone go off and he's he woke me up he said hey man a bushy are manager dan bush she said she's gonna call you 'em you know you need he said he knew the answer your phone and you know he called me and told me though is going to oakland in that that i needed to get anything changing it down a lobbyist sues i could cause they had they had a game at night and they were gonna need for the game and a so i go downstairs and by the time i get downstairs like nine thirty ten o'clock and a you know the the traveling the secretary from these calls me and tells me that a my flights not till three o'clock so it's like i just went city airport because i was like i don't wanna miss my flight you know i n a i was i was that excited 'em finally getting to the coliseum in in oakland it gave me chills because when i was a kid we had season tickets to these days my dad was in the air force and and we were stationed at castle air force base in atwater california which is it's now a museum it's no longer a un active airbase but we had a season ticket package where every weekend we would we would drive an hour hour and a half days games and that was my first experience with baseball and 'em that's when i first started the fall in love with the game and meows three four and five years old but 'em so i don't remember a lot of it but i do remember it in i have all these pictures of me and my brother in decked out nays gear at the coliseum and a you know here i was twenty twenty years later a you know getting a chance to put that uniform on and go play on that field in it's a it gives me goosebumps still thinking about it
"sean doolittle" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from google from connecticut california from mississippi tim minnesota millions of businesses are using google tools to grow online learn how google is supporting businesses in your state at google dot com slash economic impact will side with jesse thorn is a production of maximum fund dot org and is distributed by npr it's both my guess is sean doolittle he's a relief pitcher with the washington national he's been an all star this close games in the playoffs it's been a great career guy wasn't even supposed to be a pitcher sean is also one of the nicest people in the game the kind of player that you hear about wanna root for even if he isn't on your team he's worked with veterans groups he's spoken publicly for lgbt rights hosted a thanksgiving dinner with a bunch of syrian refugees recently he started a campaign to visit end slug an independent bookstore in the book he loves in every city he goes to on the he s p n asked if he was the most interesting person in baseball and he answered that question might be yes when we chatted back in twenty seventeen sean was at spring training with the oakland a's i actually invited sean on the show because i'm in eight span giants win first baseman second but i'm span in one day i noticed that one of my favorite asian favorite one of my tweets so i sent him a d m and he said yeah i love the show i'll totally come on here's a highlight reel we threw together showing shawn's best strikeout doolittle is to face the left handed hitting brad miller quick work of brownsville slider fastball that will do in it's a good one didn't expect that chumming swing it'll be like by about that sean doolittle wasn't doubles i think you so much for coming on the show hey man thanks for having i mean i guess this is a dumb question but did you always want to be a professional baseball player yeah i mean ever since i was a little kid that's all i wanna do i played all sports growing up starting with t ball and played soccer her in the fall a little bit of football basketball in the winter but 'em you know by the time i got to high school baseball had become my favorite because it it it it came the most natural to me so this is definitely a dream come true to be playing the major leagues did you ever think when you were seventeen or nineteen years old about how much of your life you had poured into this thing that basically could disappear if you you you know got in a car accident or rolled over you're ankle wrong or something like that yes definitely i was i was really aware of that especially being a pitcher 'em just the you know inherit volatility of being a pitcher the thee occupational hazard that come with being a picture of the risk of arm injury and stuff like that and that's another reason why it was important for me to go to school 'em being able to go to a school like the university of virginia in start working towards my degree i left after my junior year so i have three years of college under my belt and at some point i'll go back and finish but like you said to have that safety net in place to how already having a you know a
The Nationals won a series for the first time in a month
"Allen. A series for the first time in a month. They beat the Mets and the finale of a three-game set seven six, they jumped on Zack Wheeler for four runs in the first inning, the Mets scored four in the third not things up. Michael Conforto a game tying three run Homer. But Wheeler served up Geraldo power to blast blasted the fifth, and the nets were to stay. It was seven four in the night, the Mets scored twice in the bags full but kion Braxton struck out to end the game. Sean Doolittle the save Wheeler failed to three and three after three straight wins. Mickey Callaway Mets lost two in a row. We've been missing putting everything together, we've pissed willa times we've hit well at times, just put them together consistently until like the last week. And when we do that, we're going to be a team to be reckoned with Callaway talked to Mike francesa on the fan. He's got a couple of injuries to contend with Conforto suffered a concussion, thanks to a collision with Robertson Cano both what after a pop up Jeff McNeil left the game. Donald tightness day today, the Mets twenty and twenty two they'll take on the last place. Marlins in Miami Friday night with Jacob. On the
"sean doolittle" Discussed on The Takeout
"I think I go back and forth, but people ask me what my favorite is a, I think new hope is, is my favorite poorly. And Joe or Empire Strikes Back righteous, which is five. Those two were great, but I've slowly gotten Aaron on board with no, she said no. And the franchises continuing an interesting ways. Yeah, it's been very interesting and I've enjoyed some of the. I've enjoyed a lot of the new stuff. I, I really have a really, really enjoyed rogue one I thought solo was really, really fun. Let's just say this right now, the prequels all garbage. I'm just saying, come on. I valued CGI more than plotlines. They're just they're just not anywhere near what four or five and six or the banks turns you down for an interview. I know that would have been a big get that's not a, I'm not on the hill. I'm ready to die on. I do think there. I think they are. I. I, I, I do. It must boys on that hill. No one will hold it against you d think yet. Let's this is rarefied audience. I want to know what the people in here. Thinking about the Star Wars prequels. Do. I think they got a little bit of a bad rap. Each one was better, so the so revenge of the Sieff was by the third one that they did. I thought it the least bad is the least bad? Yes. Definitely what a wait on this one way to describe one of your favorite movies released bad of the wedding. We can all agree on that movie. I mean, so we've did movies that we did books music. So I think if we're going to do music, like on a road trip, I am kind of a a metal head, but if we were going to be in the car for an extended period of time, I would probably go, there's some really cool new stuff coming out of country music and Nashville. I don't know if it's technically country music, all country Nashville sound. I'm not sure what they call sturgeon. Simpson culture wall. Jason is bull. Those are great names. We have not heard mentioned on the show before. So here that those three get get a lot of airtime around our apartment and and and and in the car. So I'd probably go with those guys. All right. I can't let you go because you're a major leaguer you're major leaguer of significant importance because here that here compliments. Aaron, you wrote in a completely different category of major leaguer. Let me assure you. What baseball movies do you think you either enjoy or get it right. Aspel to get it right. I really enjoyable Durham, which is partially about baseball and mostly about everything else. Yeah, yeah. But I did really enjoy it. And, but I think I, I'm sorry, but for the love of the game, another Kevin Costner movie in in this one, he's a pitcher was a catcher in bull Durham. So. Rolling my eyes showing off his showing off his Ramos and catches every I roll brother was showing off his range as an actor. I mean, he's goes from catcher to pitcher. That's pretty impressive bury their own. Where's league of their own. That's I think it's, I think it's criminally underrated I agree. Criminally criminally. It's not. I like watching moneyball just so every ten seconds like an ad Sean. Is that really how it happened? Was that really? Is that really what. Really, really bad, handsome. Your hair that good and realize get lost in his eyes ever when he was talking to you about feeling drills. Erin ups, his excuse me. I've watched you on delegation. You're a real beauty. That's right. Thank you. Thank you Mr President. I really didn't think I would be saying that during this episode, but Nevertheless, I just said. So. With bowl, Durham with that movie itself a little bit about baseball, but there is there is a component of that I want to talk to you about because it's something you've also identified, which is what minor leaguers go through. Yeah, in terms of the pay scale and the difficulty now most people would say, I'll come on. They're trying to make major league baseball. They're fine, whatever. Right. Are they fine right now, whatever topic?.
"sean doolittle" Discussed on The Takeout
"What music, genre or artist are you most likely to listen to Aaron? Ugo. I okay. Are you running for president by the way you want wanna. You want a straight answer. I want straight, not ruled it out major stunk every other thing, like every other knucklehead comes to this microphone. Okay. Eric should have reclaimed. Thank you, Jamie, I'm glad I could wake you up over there. Thank you so very. Always eating inspirational. You said, what was the the first one so influential book in your lives? Influential book, I think would be a day in the life of Ivan Denisovich Shilton book about it's a little dark. I'm sorry to little existential list. Yeah, it's it's very heavy. It's about a guy named Chak off and it just follows his day as he lives in grew up. Yeah, absolutely. And he doesn't know when he'll be out and it's just a very interesting story about, you know, the freedoms that we take for granted, and so I really enjoyed that and it's really changed my thinking and what are the privations the human soul can endure and what does that human soul subject to those privations imagine. Yeah. And what what are we capable of when we when there is no end in sight and when we are not in control of our own heavy folks, but worth it very big payoff. Absolutely. So movie probably go light hearted for this. I wanna say so. Pretentious answer would be something like southeast choice. Real answer would be Tommy boy. I think Chris Farley, David Spade boy always an acceptable answer, but the takeout can't tell you how many times I've seen ever wear out a tape on the jazz. And that's really the way I try to help people who struggle with that. And if so, is there anything you've worn out as a VHS or any other format? Or if you're clicking along absent mindedly, then you see it, you stop Tommy boy. Okay. Every time that's the answer, Sean row or artist if you're on a long fight or long drive. Yeah, my my family I grew up at dad had my family would take out of school. My parents would, and we would follow the Grateful Dead or the almond brothers or any other basing jam bands. So I had there are embarrassing, Jim. He is neither is. Stocks wrong with. Idiot. So I would say I fully saturated with ample the Grateful Dead. Yeah, absolutely. You're not alone. Okay. On the saturated component Sean Doolittle. So I've been sitting here thinking about a book to pick and we're in a, we're in a library. Let's star. I'm not nearly as well read as as my wife smartest looking book around looking at the spines of the books. People are reading around here like I was gonna like dealer Renta's, higher, higher, higher loyalty by James cone. Now. That one I've actually spent the summer kind of going back and reading a lot of books that I probably should have paid more attention to in high school or college call. The wild is my favorite book them if that makes me a big door. That's okay. I am big door breaking news people, right? That's probably my favorite book. I don't know if there's like a way that I could tie it together and explain how it had an impact on me other than like dogs, you really. A lot of shirts with a bunch of wolves on right, but I got raised by, got like re Greco not raised by despite your outward appearance and despite how messy IM around the apartment. My wife can attest squash, him beard. Yeah, we got book covered movie, Star Wars, any any of the Star Wars but quotes? No, no. Starting at four, four..
"sean doolittle" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Long discarded, or at least if not discarded shelled of athletes as role models at athletes as people who are exponents of certain. Values in the public square. That's that's kind of tricky. That's kind of tricky to navigate because for a lot of people. I think they want they want their athletes. They want athletes that they root for to kind of show more personality. Right. They wanna be able to connect with them. They want it. They want them to see more human more real and more accessible, and then sometimes. Stuff does come out. They get involved in something. And maybe they learn about their the guys is politics are his background or something in there. And then they're like, oh, no sticks us sports. Roy. Yeah. So it is tricky. You must feel that. Yeah. And so that's why I think Aaron, and I have tried to be so thorough in when we do get involved when we're when we do put something on social media to follow that up with multiple other tweets, or to be very clear about the things that we've learned and the people's experiences that that we've kind of shared that has kind of brought us to how we felt about that certain thing. Let me put it to you this way. Is this something that you discuss with your agent? Does it make you more risky proposition? As an athlete to organizations get a little uncertain about the climate that comes along with Sean Doolittle or an errand Dolan. I don't. Food arrived here. We're so happy to see you. I can't. See you. Nothing else matters. So there you go. Thank you. Your.
"sean doolittle" Discussed on The Takeout
"A small variety of sound effects here, but we deploy them wisely. I'll man. I love that. So timing is everything it was so so the mayor Chicago in a couple of different cities were saying, I don't think you can do that. I don't think you can ban Syrian refugees are people who don't have a home. These are people who are already here in a lot of cases in Chicago at that point had about twenty five families. So given that it is my original hometown, it's where we live in the off season. We thought what better way to welcome them to the United States and show them really kind of hospitality that. We'd like to have, we'd like to demonstrate by having thanksgiving dinner. So we reached out to refugee group in Chicago, and we were able to fund a dinner thanksgiving dinner for twenty twenty one refugee families, and they ended up taking it in sort of co-opting it into something where the mayor was there. Rare mayor Rahm Emanuel was there to serve food. A couple of aldermen were there, and they were literally serving mashed potatoes to the Syrian refugee families who had just arrived and some didn't even have winter coats yet. But it was really remarkable to see, you know. No questions to lay down the predicate of not just two people who engage on social media or talk about issues, but get out there and walk the walk to use the common phrase. So let me shift the conversation to the general approach that you receive after the effect after you've done these things, do you think Sean fans hunger for or if not hunger, at least have some appreciation for the idea, the concept, long discarded or at least if not discarded shelled of athletes as role models at athletes as people who are exponents of certain values in the public square. That's that's kind of tricky. That's that's kind of tricky to navigate because for a lot of people, I think they want, they want their athlete. They want athletes that they root for to kinda show more personality, right? They wanna be able to connect with them. They want. It, they want them to see more human more real and more accessible. And then sometimes stuff does come out. They get involved in something and maybe they learn about their the guises politics, his background or something and there. And then they're like, oh, no sticks of sports. Yeah, so it is tricky, must feel that. Yeah. And so that's why I think Aaron and I have tried to be so thorough in when we do get involved when when we do put something on social media to follow that up with multiple other tweets or to be very clear about the things that we've learned and the people's experiences that that we've kind of shared that has kind of brought us to how we felt about that certain thing. Let me put it to you this way. Is this something that you discuss with your agent? Does it make you a more risky proposition as an athlete to organizations get a little uncertain about the climate that comes along with Sean Doolittle or an errand? Dolan? I don't. Arrive sheet is here. We're so happy to see you. I can't. Happy to see you. Nothing else matters. So there you go. Thank you. Oh, thank you very much. Tinsels folks. As far as teams go, like Erin mentioned a little bit before the teams that we've been with. The organizations we've been with have been very supportive of of getting involved in the community. I think they respect the work that we have done and and the ways that we have done it. We've, you know, they're the the PR people. We work very closely with to make sure that we're being thorough enough in our responses that nothing that we say can get taken out contact. I mean, it was just going to happen, but it's just something that we try to control as much as we can about how we present something and why it's important to us and back it up with actions so that it doesn't seem like a meaningless hash opportunism or opportunistic or ticks the organization by surprise or leaves them at place where they're like, what's right on here. Right, right. You wanna do with any organization because two major league baseball team or a Bank or a law firm, or anything else..
"sean doolittle" Discussed on The Takeout
"And and kind of make sure that that experience was something that people from LGBT community could feel safe coming to could feel proud about being a part of and and and you know, I kind of thought about it as you know, that's my home that that's that's where I, that's where I play. And and and I, I love the game so much. I want to. I want everybody to be able to experience it a little bit of the way that that I've been able to experience. I want to share that with people. So we wanted to create that space where people could come and feel comfortable and enjoy the game and enjoy the festivities of that night. And we started a buyback ticket program and said, if you wanna go, that's okay. We'll buy your tickets back and we'll, we'll donate people that want to go and and it worked and it worked and he will. Just started donating money. They in addition, the tickets. And I mean, you raise forty thousand dollars forty thousand dollars, and we were able to have almost about a thousand young people in the community who were, you know, maybe. You know, living, they were homeless or needed, sort of a community center, or they were sort of at risk and they were able to come to the game. I know that's not the highest demand that they have in that community, but it was a night that maybe they wouldn't have had otherwise speaks to not only identify the issue, but creating an atmosphere of inclusivity around it and also taking people who want to opt out. And that's okay. You opt out and we'll find another. I didn't wanna see any empty seats and have anyone that reflected on Oakland's idea of how they thought of him as best divorce of Erin dole. And she is with her husband Sean Doolittle relief pitcher, Washington nationals. I major Garrett. This is the take our busboys and poets and having a fabulous time. You're listening to the takeout from CBS News Radio at I major Garrett in the presence of major league baseball greatness in the person of Sean Doolittle really pitcher, Washington nationals, and his amazing Erin Dolan also graduate student. Now. How long graduate student pastoral studies. What does that mean? I studied theology in university of San Diego, and before that I was l'institut catch elite which is a French school that's basically a seminary, but I, I was the only non priest and I was able to set at the algae, and I was really interested in that. But as you know, they're sort of only so far you can go women in the Catholic church. I've heard about that. Yes, so I'm working on it. I don't know if they're listening the file that they're on right now is somewhere around the sixteen hundred. So we'll catch up. Keep going with. Thank you very shuttle to receive San Diego. I don't let you know the two of my children are there and time I can't. Ole-ole in Linda vista community of San Diego about four miles from Kurnia Mesa, which is where I grew up. So university of San Diego keep going and doing what you do. Exactly. So I mentioned before we went to break, you got to the LGBT event and Oakland tell us about the Syrian event for refugees, Syrian refugee event in Chicago, and what that meant to you and how it got started and what you achieved. So that was something that we, we put that together really quickly. That was when they announced that they weren't going to take anymore. It was in the wake of the Paris Batu Khan attacks. A lot of governors in the US who were saying, we don't wanna take Syrian refugees anymore. We're not gonna have them in our state and they were looking at maybe passing legislation. I'm not sure if that's a legal effects legally possible. But any rate there were a lot of mayors specifically the mayor of Chicago, which is where we live in the off season, which is a great place to live in the winter time. Having been there many times winter, Chicago is right up there when I mean right up there. I mean, right..
"sean doolittle" Discussed on The Takeout
"You're listening to the takeout. Welcome back. I major Garrett Nikki Nelson here. Who knows all sees all when everything DC restaurants were at busboys and poets, were we? What is this place? Best price in poets is creative. Anti Shalala who is an Iraqi American. He opened this place at fourteenth envy over ten years ago when there really wasn't much going on in this neighborhood north of DuPont circle a little bit more than north by. Yeah. Northern? Okay. All right. But yes, but fourteenth street is booming area right now in DC, all the hot restaurants are here. Well, one of the booming areas is a lot booming here in DC, but when anti open dead, I mean, he was an artist. He was an activist and he really wanted a place where people could gather create have good food, have a Cup of coffee book by a book. So key now has seven properties. One just opened earlier this week at four fifty k. street and all of them have the same sort of feel. They're very communal. You sit down and have a Cup of coffee and work. You can have a bunch of really good food. You can comfort and art. They always have avent's poetry readings and really interesting activation happen a lot, but you can get a book. You can't get a great meal, and you can also really learn something new as always thank you. We're busboys and poets, like I said, this very cool place coffeehouse restaurant bookstore, great, five and Sheena, who has a great vibe, all of her own. Is our waitress, Sheena. Hello? Nice lot. Say it aloud. Hello, Sheena? All right. I'm an order I because that's my prerogative. That's that's the laugh Shaun doodle. That's the why that's a laugh of Aaron Dolan his wife, Sean doolittle's relief pitcher for watching nationals. He's also deeply involved and the community here in Washington DC politics. We're going to cover that whole conversation, athletics, politics and life in the big league. But before we do that, we've got order some food, Sheena western omelette please. And as much as they can jam into. Arms and salsa. If you can't slather it all over, that'd be a for to be great. Yes. Mr. Doolittle can I just do the organic, free range eggs, scrambled with Turkey sausage, and we just. Yeah, we'll do some fruit. So people think that I eat healthy as an athlete. Exactly. They'll think that we know. Yeah, there we go. What's up, what's the loudest food I can eat into. French toast. The granola. Great. Thank you so much really means French tours with tortilla chips, oatmeal. Maybe a Greek yogurt, some kettle corn. There. We go directly into the Mike always good on the keto port. So Sean, do little year relief pitcher for the washing nationals. You came up with the Oakland Athletics. You were drafted by the ethic set of university of Virginia, where you went to college. Tell my audience a little bit about the idea of how other players either react you or think about you into clubhouse when they know you're a little bit more out there on political issues than they are. I think I think the one thing about the, the clubhouse and the atmosphere and there is that there's a mutual respect for players who might come from different backgrounds or or or hold different views, especially because my wife and I have gotten really involved in a lot of the causes that we've kind of spoken out about. And I think when you when you back it up with that kind of action when you when you take that step to get involved in and to learn a lot of the nuances and you spend your time out in the community, it lends more gravity to when you actually do speak about it. And I think that maybe we've been able to frame some issues in a way that maybe other athletes or baseball fans may be haven't thought of them before. And like I said, we've been able to kinda use that common ground that that base that that baseball is to maybe reframe some issues and get people to think about a minute sightly different way, Aaron. Your perspective on that as a spouse of a major leaguer obviously major leaguers heavy their spouses or girlfriends or significant others. They all talk the hang out together. You're you're part of the life of your significant other. And it's as you said, as we've laid down tumultuous life, it's it's got lots of pressure, lots of movement even in the most placid of time and that you add politics are activism to it..
"sean doolittle" Discussed on The Takeout
"Again, welcome to the very best part of my broadcast week. I major Garrett chief White House correspondent CBS news. Most of you already knew that. I'm also the host and creator of this most amazing program known as the takeout and man. Oh, man. My excited to day why? Well, because I'm in the, I'm in the presence of a major league baseball player, all-star. His wife were at us boys and poets place. We haven't been before in Washington DC. It is heart coffeehouse part restaurant. Part bookstore has the great funky vibe, just north of DuPont. Circle were so delighted to be here. Who are the guest, who's the major league baseball player, Sean Doolittle relief pitcher, Washington nationals, and his lovely wife, Erin, Dolan. Thank you for joining us at the takeout podcasts. Thanks her say Hello. All right. Why are they here? What is the topic? What what is what is the reason that we have a relief pitcher and his wife at the takeout pot. Cast microphones because we're gonna talk about several things. We'll talk a little bit about major league baseball. The state of the game and sports in general, Ross gonna talk about, and this is one of the reasons I'm fascinated and jacked up about this particular episode is where athletes fall in the political continuum in terms of activism what they say, what they do, and if that is what fans expect or want of their athletes and quite clearly that intersects with the current forty fifth president of the United States because he has been nothing if not unabashed in his criticism of some athletes and their approach to activism as it relates to their life outside of their chosen professional sport. So that's the overview. That's what we're going to do. We're gonna cover a lot of ground and we're gonna have a hell of a lot of fun doing so Shaun and Erin teller audience a little bit about yourselves how you met. I think those are kind of a cool story there. There's a social media component. There's an elopement involved. And then I want you to give our audience on CBS. N. podcast on more than forty radio stations around the country, a sense of your approach to activism and how you've moved into that world, even though your professional athlete. That's a lot of grandma go ahead. Yeah, I just I just have my coffee this morning, so I think we're ready, but I'm Sean Doolittle, Aaron, Dolan we. Where do we.
"sean doolittle" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"I guess if you're asking if he was playing against my team, if I would root for him, I wouldn't actively, but I would also, you know, wouldn't be mad if they were to score one touchdown and it was him right? It's probably kind of feel when somebody on your fantasy team play your regular actual team. Yeah, you're like, well, I don't want them to score, but they're going on it better and then you get extra mad if they score and it's not someone on your Venezia way. I guess I'll points, but I also think you can just root for people that you like like, I don't know if you saw we will get through this podcast without talking about an athlete, having old tweets, resurface one day won't be this week though. But Sean Doolittle who plays for the nationals actually had an amazing tweet thread. You should go, go, look it up. He was basically talking 'cause more athletes to was to more baseball players this week. One two more had old tweets resurface, which guys at this point, if you're seeing the headlines, just everyone go back and check your old tweets because otherwise we need to have these conversations and you're going to be centered in them, and there's no more sympathy for you even little like I didn't have a lot. Yeah, but like enough with the always being targeted, really, he's being stupid. But anyway. Sean Doolittle came out and had a very important tweet thread about how like we need to talk about the issues behind. Just go, look it up. I'm not going to be able to do it. I'm not gonna read somebody else's tweets, but I would root for him like if I on now pulling for him as a really cool wife. Yes, I'm pulling for them together and separately. It's beautiful. Yeah, thank you. I'm super woke and supportive. So the answer is, yes. Yeah, refer other players. Yeah. Although then we do get to the slippery slope of when you meet, have you have you met any little kids lately, like weird sentence. But if you many little kids lately when you ask them like who their favorite team is and they're like, I like Odell Beckham junior and you're like, okay, who's your favorite team? And they're like, I like Danny amendola, but you need to pick a team. I know when fantasies started getting popular there was this conversation about, are we killing kids ability to like pick a team instead of just everything always being an all star squad in pick and stars instead of teams? Yeah, but whatever. Who cares? Not everyone can be from Boston. That's right. Unfortunately, for all of you. Next voicemail o. j. actually and also. Just been going on this road trip from Florida. Do I after having helped my grandparents some riding solo about fifteen sixteen hours..
Bryce Harper, Kyle Schwartz and Germany discussed on 24 Hour News
"In often back Germany's believed to have developed a taste for ducklings of to eating all of its fellow fish in the municipal pond now the city is looking for a. Way to get rid of it news agency reported that the city government said Monday that it has found a professional angler to catch the fish I seen. About a year ago but a, formal contract has. Yet to, be signed the city plans to have its, unwelcome, guests, caught alive and, taken to a private pond somewhere. But I the city wants to be satisfied that it can't escape into flowing water and that, its new home is suitable. For a, catfish a dozen new moons have been discovered circling Jupiter the discovery, by a team. Of astronomers brings the number of Jupiter moons to. Seventy, nine which is. The most of any planet Saturn's next with sixty one moons the astronomers were looking For objects on. The fringes. Of the solar system when they spotted the Jupiter moons scientists say the moon's weren't seen before because they're tiny they're calling one of the moon's an oddball because of its unusual orbit Hometown hero Bryce Harper comes. Out on top of a fun Melby all-star game homerun derby Harper's father was, his pitcher and he says he groups of great pitches to them, late in? The final if he, was going, to be locked in and I mean he. He hit, my barrel nine straight or something like that and I couldn't be. More fortunate to have him thrown at me you know so blessed harbor edged Chicago outfielder Kyle Schwartz nineteen. Eighteen in the final round shorter says even when he was the head eighteen nine hundred ninety seconds left. He knew the contest was still up for grabs a knew that he had the home. Crowd behind him he's a very prolific power hitter with a great swing For for him to come in and do that Start getting close to the wire then all of a sudden. You to start Rackham, off, one at a. Time just, kind of accepted sheriff accept your fate Harper says he's glad, he had, the support of his teammates max Scherzer Sean Doolittle, and manager. Davey Martinez and that last thirty seconds thirty seconds so I walked over. And I saw Doolittle. I saw, max, and max I gotta hit nine he goes no you gotta hit ten Yeah you're right okay here we go you know and, Davies oh, they're giving me this and we're fired Harper hit, the winning. Blast him extra time the rewards you get for hitting two homers at. Least four hundred forty. Feet during, the, four minutes of regulation Hi I'm Megan. Crane AP digital manager and..
"sean doolittle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Fix a One is hammered to right, field Schwartzberg Boldys guy there's no energy he's. He's receiving no energy from the crowd they're not even they're barely cheering fairly cheery for any of. His balls to get over the fence the. Almost took out a bunch of cameras And he. Is taking his. Chime out slow Schwab will tell off get. A drink while we have a moment a second ago Tim Perkin with Sean Doolittle Sean how is. Bryce Harper done so far in your mind I think he's done great I think it's first round I think the energy of the stadium might. Have might have even been more than he was expecting. So you saw him kinda get caught, up in it I think he. Got a little tired but he used his time out I thought. At the perfect time and then he just went off so I think, once he got that first bell and. Moved on man because that's. Second round was really impressive Water, is teammates telling him during. The time outs how're you getting him ready I mean in that time outs on the second round. He had what did he hit ten home runs he. Needed to be twelve so he was, almost there and he's still had. A minute and a half left on the clock and he had. Bonus time coming to him so we were just saying hey take your, time in you got plenty of time I mean. It's fun to watch him hit. It almost five hundred feet but, it's like hey nice and easy you know you've. Got this. Right now just trying to give a break Sean you're. Really good hitter have you? Ever been, in one of these yeah actually I was and I'm, so excited that you brought that up. I get to talk about. Talk about it I was in a homerun derby in in in the high all star game I put up a goose egg I didn't hear. Any home runs so you, know, someday I'm gonna get, another shot thank you Sean Schwartzberg drills what is centerfield data go. He's got nine Sean Doolittle, absolute treasure I mean he for those of you. Know he played his college ball at university of, Virginia he was drafted by the as as a hitter and then converted, and now is one of? The best closers Yeah Oh my. Goodness I. Love asking him how would closer Sean you little do against. Hitter Sean Doolittle and he said off pitcher bees with feet, hitter me off I couldn't hit. A high fastball all I would do would throw me high. Fastballs, speak through Staking his second. Time one forty nine to go nine homers for Cal Schwartz I love how he turned it around said I'm so glad. That question, that gives me an opportunity to talk about Homerun derby done By the, way as good a Twitter, follow as theory There is what would do His what, his Twitter handle Sean Doolittle joining us moments ago are unlimited access interviews brought to you by. Tim over all night long so here's how it sets up Pile Schwartz nine homers one forty nine and he's got thirty. Seconds still to come Bryce Harper It's. The final Warburg one that's. Short the wall.
Max Scherzer of Washington Nationals tosses immaculate inning in win over Tampa Bay Rays
"The atlanta braves are the team leading the way in the national league east and they are playing a late night game in san diego tonight sean nukem gets the start for the braves he's been very good this year six and one with a two seven three era jordan lyles on the mound for san diego get this about the braves they have lost fifteen out of their last seventeen games at petco park dating back to august of two thousand twelve they've been outscored by fifty in that that time ninety four to forty four the only home run they've hit since two thousand fourteen at petco park the last four years came from cameron mabon in two thousand fifteen the braves for whatever reason have not been able to play well at all in san diego the mets hoping that continues tonight as the mets would drop to seven and a half games out of first if the braves beat the padres tonight at petco park washington one so the mets are now six and a half games behind the nationals they beat tampa four to two wilson ramos made his triumphant return to nationals park he received a thunderous ovation in dc tonight and then he saw max scherzer do sherzer usually does thirteen strikeouts from sherzer tonight his tenth victory already this season as he beat nathan evolved sean doolittle the save matt adams at a home run for washington in that game sure zor also pitched an immaculate inning nine pitches three strikeouts it's happened less than one hundred times in the history of baseball and sherzer became just the fifth pitcher to do it twice in his career the others to do it two or more times are all hall of famers lefty grove nolan ryan randy johnson and sandy colfax colfax the only pitcher in history to have three different immaculate innings in his career shirts or got his second tonight as part of a thirteen strikeout effort in the nationals win philadelphia's leading the cubs tonight five nothing in the fifth phillies have dropped to third in the national league east jake arrieta very critical of his team over the weekend in which he produced their only run against the giants by hitting a homer arrieta back at wrigley field tonight against the cubs though not pitching in.
"sean doolittle" Discussed on WWL
"Kind of upset about that or not very happy about it whereas batteries or whatever but there is evidence that it's different last july major league baseball issued a memo to every player on every team regarding the conspiracy theories circulating about the jews balls but it seemed to like the league created more questions with their inhouse investigation many players were and are still not convinced like you said especially pitchers yeah that's that's basically what my story was a couple of weeks ago covering the nationals us guys about you know in the clubhouse system big star pitchers on that team you ask them hey you know what do we know about this like what do you think of it not so much as like whether they think the ball's to not it's like you know why why isn't major league baseball sort of giving us more information to prove you know that they're you know they're saying walls aren't useful prove it's not worry about this you know it's kind of the most important part of their jobs you know to the baseball so they throw and it does a lot of questions sean doolittle max scherzer stephen strasburg different gods nationals and justin verlander just you know earlier this month went on twitter and basically just said hey this proves to me you know he kind of had some grass there there's of the strike zone it just proves to me that the ball is juice this evidence the math is how many basic major league baseball just to be honest with us tell us the information what they know and just be truthful and forthcoming and transparent sports reporter with the washington post george gas deal is with us george you pointed to a study done by the website five thirty eight which concluded a different core was used and that produced twenty five percent increase in runs i mean isn't that the smoking gun that we're looking for in the juice ball.
"sean doolittle" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"That is the accunet mortgage talk and text line a trade coming down in major league baseball the washington nationals have acquired a sean doolittle and ryan matson and they send away blake trying and and then a couple prospects tool of their top ten prospects infielder a shelled noose and also i'll lefthanded pitcher a hey sousse lazardo and this is this is notable for the brewers because here are the here's a situation where to go get sean do little and ryan mats it and with all due respect to those guys are there they're good thurgood ballplayers uh mm but to go get those guys from the okla days the the nationals had to give up a young player at the majorleague level right now and blake who has had a struggles this year but certainly looks like he's got a very promising future in front of them looks like he could be a very high leverage guide moving forward and then two top ten prospects the number number ten prospects of the organization and you're giving that away for a couple of guys who are good relief pitchers at the majorleague level veteran kinda guys who couldn't who can go out and do things in it it just to show you the cost of acquiring talent right now in baseball and especially pitching weather starting pitching or relief pitching there is a high cost to acquire anything and i say that to say this there was a report this morning in the boston globe it was there they do kind of a baseball notebook on sundays nick caffaro rights it and it's just a a budgeted bits around major league baseball and i'll read this for i just read it strayed off the boston globe website because talking about different players who might be moved things like that ila sunny gray right hand pitcher race great could be the next big named move before the trade deadline the brewers have shown the most interest and they have the prospects to make it happen the.