35 Burst results for "Second Baseman"
Hosmer Delivers Late for Padres in 5-2 Win Over Dodgers
"Eric Hosmer went two for four with two RBIs as the San Diego Padres beat the Los Angeles Dodgers five to two Hosmer tied the game in the seventh inning with an RBI double then drove in the go ahead run in a three run eighth inning as San Diego avoided the series sweep ending the Dodgers eight game winning streak the Padres first baseman talks about how important it was to get this victory last couple times we play these guys they've all been really good baseball games we've always felt that we've been all these games were right there so it was nice today to get over that hump and be on the right side of this one Trevor Bauer started for the Dodgers allowing just a run on three hits over six innings with seven strikeouts while Snell starting for the Padres went five innings allowed just two runs on two hits with seven strikeouts as well both would end up with no decisions Philip gone San Diego
Professional Poker Player Johnny Vibes on Getting in the Game
"I bring to you live cash game crusher and youtube phenom johnny vibes. Welcome to the show sir how you doing. I'm doing well nice to meet you and happy to be on nice to finally meet you as well and you know typically on this show we start at the same place and that place is where you know. Tell me the story of how you got involved with playing cards. Oh man so Is still so long ago. Now i've been in the game for about fourteen years Primarily playing for a living that entire time to you I just turned forty last week. Oh god is that a congratulations is not as i feel good. I felt fine with it. You know married. I'm happy with the place that i'm at live so it wasn't a somber birthday yet. i think the my path to poker was similar to a lot of people that are kind of in this time frame that like in the forties rain or thirty five to forty range. I was introduced from my brother who was like really kind of drawn. In by the moneymaker he started playing. Like in two thousand and four right after the that when it was always on. Espn he was like the right time frame. In his life he was eighteen. Nineteen years old playing in his friends baseman. And things like that. I had I had gotten a two year degree and In computer science. I was writing software for a company in indiana and we were living together and every day he would come home and he would hop on. I would come home. And he was on the computer. Just clicking buttons on party boker and pokerstars stars all these things in my mind. I'm like bro. you're just like what are you doing. You know like. I gave you the path i went to college. I have a job now. I'm making fifty thousand dollars a year in indiana. You could be doing this if you just quit. Throwing your life away on poker and It was a little bit of a back and forth on the older brother at. I'm supposed to be guiding him but slowly by slowly. I kept realizing that he was angry for life significantly through poker so i i started to open up my mind a little bit around and kind of watching him and he was like mentoring me without even knowing it
Odor Snaps Late Tie With 1st Hit as Yankee, NY Tops Rays 8-4
"Redondo doors RBI single in the top of the tenth inning broke a four four tie and help the New York Yankees defeat the Tampa Bay rays eight to four G. O. R. shell had four hits on the afternoon including his first Homer finishing a triple shy of the cycle the Yankees third baseman said he knew he was due for a big game I feel that same way feeling like more constable on the plate I had the database always found is getting like really really close Tampa bay's offense came on two run homers by Mike Zunino when the second and rainy arose arena and the third Tampa Bay has now lost twice this season when leading after seven innings after going twenty five no in twenty twenty Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Arenado's late HR lifts Cards over Brewers in home debut
"No one ever knows two run home run in the eighth inning steps a one one tie it leads the cardinals past the first three to one in the red birds home opener the home runs the second of the season for the third baseman it comes off of relief pitcher drew Rasmussen the card is also gonna run scoring single off the bat of Tyler o'neill neither starting pitcher figures in the decision with the purse Corbin Burnes tossing six shutout innings allowing one hit while striking out nine St Louis starter Adam Wainwright allows one run over five innings pitched the cardinals have won four straight and I have a record of five to two Milwaukee is three and four Mike Reeves St Louis
"second baseman" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
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"second baseman" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"I want you to be able to count that. I'll be there and it's sobriety is remarkable and it's something that we all say. Oh i wish. I would have done this years ago. Well i'm glad. I got to do it for real and Because a lot of people don't make it out of out of their addiction. you know they. They have grave consequences. I was. I was fortunate enough to to get a handle on it at this stage of my life and of course yeah of course i. I wish i would have been able to do this fifteen years ago but it is what it is. There's no looking back with within the passes in the past and all i can and look forward to going Moving forward and helping another alcoholic. Hope you don't mind. I'm gonna give feedback because i am a body language expert washing you share your story and and you know we should put a pin in it that the last time you and i did something like this. You came into the interview in you. Were actually under the influence. And i had said to you You still want to go forward and you go. Yeah look it'll be different today that it was the last time we didn't interview. It's actually our first interview. But because i know you get interviewed. I'm sure a lot and watching your today. The i thought originally. You look like you're kind of smirking but you're actually smiling and you can actually hear your heart in your story today. And that's really. Because i haven't actually seen you for a couple of years but we've spoken briefly and often you. You take my phone calls. Which is you know. Michael probably tell you. That's kind of unusual anyway and you respond quickly and but i do have charity in my heart. I know digging up your phone. And i and i consider that what some of your community give back and i appreciate that but It's really nice to listen to you today. And here your your your heartfelt story in the way you talk about it in in the sense that project right now. it's different you can you over some new year from before i mean. Obviously i didn't know you're in the world of sports but Seeing the difference today is day and night. So it's really good to have you talked about that story so so brett to tell us what what would you tell a family right now. That has somebody who maybe is going through what you went through. What would you tell a family. How would you suggest. Give them ideas or from your experience. Strength and hope. What would you tell a family. Here's some..
"second baseman" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"Went to another rehab when to another rehab. At scotty. i was when we met had to be seven eight years now. I was in and out of sobriety that i get a couple of months. The next thing you know. I'd show up and you know pretending to do my thing but really wasn't doing it and now about three coming up on coming up on about Thirty nine months for me now of sobriety eventually and thank you and for the first time. It's true sobriety for me. You know i'd had some times where i want without drinking and didn't have anything my system but i got to point where where I had to make a real change this time. The old stuff was a working too many times. I i got it this time. I got it this time. You know rehab rehab rehab. I got it this time. And i never got it this time because i never did any work and i never really looked at myself. Honestly i knew i had an issue and I was willing to admit that. But that's all i would do and and i didn't wanna do any of the work that that came with it In this recovery process. For the first time i met a friend That it was a was a was a golfing buddy of mine. Nothing away from the golf course but time to time. I go to the club. And we'd have men's game in the afternoon and once in a while i get paired up with us and there was something different about and I went up to him one day. I had a couple of beers. And i kind of poked at him and i said something. Somethings about you any kind of looked at me and he laughed and it was probably obvious to everybody at that point that i'd like to party and i'd like to drink and he said Yaman recovery i'm a crackhead in six years sober now. This was always a well to do well. Dressed man played a really good game. Golf kind to a fault Always the consummate gentleman and he said that to me and i remember that You know coming up on thirty nine months. And i gave him a phone call. And i said i wanna do this real and i wanna get serious about it. And he said I'd love to help you in the process. We listen everything. I i tell you to do and i said sure i will and For the first time. I actually follow through and I did all the work I think that i needed to do in. And i really did have a shift in my gray and in my mind and It's not an option for me. These days and i i. I use the scenario all the time that that..
"second baseman" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"Welcome back to the show. This is scott aged. Silverman's happy hour. And i'm michael glenn more scots sometimes whatever co host. That doesn't talk too much but introduces the show. So you have now Scott today is another wonderful day in louisiana. It's seventy three degrees on shining and Which is just such a a market different from two weeks ago when we had three degree weather. And i know i said this last week it was just something that was so surprising for us because we never really have whether that bad and when we do. It's it's a it's a big one. We had a hurricane and Last year that effect at home and then we had the snowstorm in the ice storm that affected my home. So we've had quite a quite a time with it. How's it going to san diego. What's good it's nice and clear we'll We'll ask a minute. Because he was on the golf course today what it felt like. But it's in the sixties right now and you know we had a little rain here the other day you know. They almost decided to close schools but nobody was in them so they didn't have to. You know we're gonna gets wet here. We kinda shut things down. So it's good to see michael and you get to say things whenever you to. We might bring you in the middle today just to shake things up a little bit so anyway. Welcome to scottie. Silver tap yard. We've put the there by the way because a colleague of mine at japan doesn't have an agent his name but whatever people send stuff to scott silverman. He gets it in japan. He gets upset with me. So that's what the ages four. Welcome to our happy are today. We have a very special and we say that because we have no idea what he's gonna say today. Which is very exciting. We tried to plan it out. But he was compliance resistant. Which is okay. That's part of the theme of today's world to compliant. So a lot of you will recognize him. He is a. I'm gonna read his bio because it's brief but it's it's very colorful but anyway guess. Today is bret boone and bret. Boone is a former major league baseball. Second baseman during his career brett was a three time. All star four time gold glove winner two time silver slugger award winner. He's a third generation professional athlete. His brother aaron. Boone is manager of the new york yankees. Red has a couple of kids. And i'm sure he'll share that story and he has had a I like to say colorful life..
"second baseman" Discussed on Scott H Silverman's Happy Hour
"Am not you're listening to scott h silverman's happy hour a podcast released on the first three wednesdays of the month family crisis relationship crisis addiction crisis. No to crisis are the same. They vary by family individual and relationship. They can encompass complex family dynamics emotional distress anger issues and entitlements and often involve substance abuse this podcast addressed these issues and others surrounding the addiction epidemic currently plaguing this country in the world. There is hope and help. Are you stuck scared or unsure of what to do next. If a situation with a loved one spouse or even child has started to spiral possibly becoming dangerous or threatening. It's time to seek help. My name is scott eight silverman. I help families navigate crisis situations. I'm the person you turn to in order to get you and your loved ones unstuck..
Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez call off engagement, split after 4 years together
"And former Major League baseball shortstop third baseman Alex Rodriguez and actress singer dancer Jennifer Lopez is calling it quits. Source tells Page six. Rodriguez will be in Miami for the MLB preseason. Lopez is preparing to shoot a movie in the Dominican Republic at what in the couple's two year
Trey Mancini's Struggle and Strength
"Sedan baseball fans. Probably know trae mancini as this really good power hitter on a not so good team but can you give us a quick snapshot of his career before he broke out under the scene in major league baseball. Yeah he was never thought to be the guy so he had to keep working every single level to prove himself. He started out in high school in florida. was when a really good team there but he was the first baseman he was right handed hitter and so he didn't get a whole lot of looks. His name and number is up at his high school. You own the big placard but the numbers wrong. It's actually number eighteen instead of number sixteen which is number there. That's kind of almost indicative of the things that he is going through that he's always been kind there but there's always been a player on his team or something and he's always been kinda overshadowed basically. He went from rung to rung to wrong in the minor league. Ladder finally made his debut in september of twenty sixteen and basically exploded those first few games that one in the air left-center field has dave sadegh first major league at his mom beth getting your round the basis faster than anyone this year. Who is in a home run and then in two thousand seventeen was fantastic and ended up being third-place rookie of the year behind. Aaron judge andrew benintendi in the american league. And just how good was he during the twenty nineteen season. Oh he was by far the best player. Understand you thirty five home runs. You really broke out. Towering fly ball left center field. Hit hard by trae man's cd way back in the wall. Hey goodbye homerun. He should have been there all star but when your team is bad as your only get one all star pick and john means was having a good season for the orioles as well so they went with a picture instead of manzini but he was absolutely breakout. Star back goes that god does get on the board. O est back cd hot getting four point seven five million so a huge jump and he is poised to be one of the better younger players in the american league so heading into the twenty twenty season. It sounds like his baseball career really his life. Were just in a great place. Oh yeah it was going exceptionally well for him in pretty much every aspect of his life including he started dating a woman who had been one of the on field reporters for the orioles. Forget this you home runs for infield heads for you. What's on the difference maker up to this point last year honesty. If you'd sarah perlman she's now works for nbc sports. She had left the orioles in july. What does it mean to close out. Games like doesn't get the w. carnival. Not exactly how he drew it up towards the end there but and that was going really well at the beginning of a new relationship he just become a millionaire for the first time. Everything was going perfect for him. Going into two thousand twenty and dan walk us through what happened in march of twenty twenty so like all baseball players. They get their annual physical when they get to the spring training camp and he did his regular physical bloodwork everything else and then around march. I the athletic trainer came to him and said. Hey your blood's a little wonky like your iron levels are pretty much low you all the way throughout and basically you saying you know. I don't want to scare you. But i think you're having some sort of internal bleed that's causing. It could be stomach older. It could be healy activities. Or you know there. An can't that I remember them. Asking if i had a family history of colon cancer and i said yeah my dad had obviously they did some more tests and they decided you know what we need to get your co nas copy. Because things don't look right. They had the colonoscopy and they told me found a major mass in his colon
Justin Turner Returning to Dodgers on a Two-Year $34 Million Deal
"Nights off the Los Angeles Dodgers, bringing back third baseman Justin Turner. It's a two year deal with a third year club option worth $34 million, and it includes an $8 million
Boston Red Sox trade Benintendi to Kansas City Royals in three-team deal that includes New York Mets
"We did have a A trade godown wasn't a blockbuster. But i think certainly noteworthy is that. The red sox have been shopping. Andrew benintendi for quite a while. Now and i didn't understand why this guy was a top ten pick by the red sox not that long ago but here are the details in this three way trade between boston. The mets and kansas city. The red sox receive outfielder slash d. H. franci cordeiro Right handed pitcher josh win. Chaussee three players to be named later one from the mets to from the royals. The royals get outfielder. Andrew benintendi and the mets received outfielder khalil. ali now benintendi. As soon as he showed up last year he got hurt and he was offered a year. He only played like two weeks and batted one. Oh three he had a strained ribcage but coming into last season he was a career. Two seventy seven hitter and averages about eighteen home runs a game and he's due to make six point six million this year in his second. Rv'er so he has Another year. Sorry i know he has another two years after that. So i argue but the royals will now put benintendi in left field every day because if you think about with mary field i guess he's an outfielder our second baseman so a combination of him. Edward olive arison. Michael eight taylor. But the red sox for their part we'll get cordeiro which is a mix of alex dugo number. How highly regarded wasn't a dodger system. Hunter renfrow talked about yesterday as blooms gonna take a chance on him and that park but cordeiro as to thirty six hitter and he strikes out thirty five percent of his trips to the plate
Alive: The Drew Robinson Story
"Jeff where does the story of drew robinson began. The story. Drew robinson begins on magic moment lane in las vegas jeff passan is in mlb insider for espn and his work on the story of drew robinson is up now on espn plus it was just all those those little tiny amazing details down to the name of the street that he grew up on that drew me to him. As a person has a character and his story and he was precocious. What's the first thing people think about you guffaw. I did my best to try to lighten the situation with people. I tried to make people laugh. And i thought that i was good at that. He was the kid youngest of three children who would go next door and sneak through his neighbors doggy door and steal their treats so he could bring him back to this menagerie of animals that he had in his house. There were dogs that were cats. They had a pet in a cage and drew is the kid who would tape his feet to a bicycle and go on a trampoline in his backyard and just bounce around without any care his sister brittany used to hate having him around because drew would take off all of his clothes. Run outside and start riding a bike and her friends would say your brothers naked again. He was also an incredible baseball player and from a very young age even though he wasn't big even though he wasn't strong he had the actions. That coaches look at. And say this kid ever fills out. He is going to be something else but when drew was at that age where he needed to tell his feelings to someone where where he needed to explain that he had this. Lingering doubt in his mind that would never go away regardless of the situation. Whether it was with baseball whether it was with school with friends with family there is always something air pushing him toward this negativity that he just could not escape from can think back to. When i was twelve years old playing little league. I was a kid every single time i struck out i would come in and slam. My bad slammed my helmet kreil time. Because i thought that i had to be perfect in every aspect of my life in terms of the scouting report on drew robinson war his best attributes. He had a lot of power. you know. he's left handed hitter. He ended up hitting that growth spurt. Six foot one hundred ninety pounds. Just a beautiful swing gap the gap power. That was gonna grow into something more if his body filled out and when it did man like he was an actual prospect. I fly all get to right field at that splashdown run for drew. Robinson being a prospect in las vegas in two thousand ten pablo was no small thing. There was a player who had left high school and gone to play junior college ball named bryce harper. Yup and there was a player at bonanza high school. One of the rivals of silverado were drew named kris bryant. So this was a pretty historic high school class and drew wound up making all state. Shortstop and teams were really intrigued. Not just by the power but by his versatility to he played shortstop but they thought he projected his second baseman third baseman. Maybe an outfielder. The possibilities of what drew robinson could be as a baseball player were endless. So scouts were noticing the power versatility and in two thousand ten drew graduates from high school and get drafted. He gets drafted by the texas rangers in the fourth round. And it's a huge moment for him but it doesn't translate in the end jeff too. Big league play what happens. Well he took a while to get to the big leagues. And you know we've seen bull durham and we understand kind of on a surface level. What the minor leagues are like. But for drew it was truly agree. I knew i was beard. Don't get me wrong. But in the moment i was still like. Don't mess this up. I wouldn't allow myself to understand. That mistakes are just mistakes. It doesn't define who. I was
Dustin Pedroia Has ‘No Regrets About Anything’ After Announcing Retirement from Boston Red Sox
"Dustin Pedroia announcing his retirement today, the Red Sox second basement, calling it a career after battling injuries for the better part of 2018 2019 and missing the 2020 season. That sucks second baseman is
The NFL May Have To Use Refs-in-Training Due To COVID-19
"It's possible that we could be looking at a replacement situation for the refs because the nfl. A total of seventeen referees crews k which is enough for a full day schedule but in the event some of these people get you know down from the mid day could be calling on training referees. Oh awesome because the train ones already blow a lot of calls right so that the ones that are still in training could come up from the minors to ref the games especially in week seventeen because all the games are going to be played at the same time. So here's here's here's the funny part. I mean i would love to do. And you're the math person. If we can do a comparison of the bush league nfl refs versus the regular refs. We get and compare how many pi calls. Yeah like over or have any. There's either missed. Yes you're called for no reason whatsoever. And how many of the teams who are typically over penalized all of a sudden. Aren't you know what i mean but that would be interesting to see. Yeah it's going to it's going to be. It's gonna be exciting day of football if that's actually the case and that happens so let's hope that the real refs do we hope that the real refs stay healthy because maybe the replacement refs. The training reps are baseman ruins. I don't know i'm over all the refs. Can we just have anarchy desert to be rapson football. Maybe they should just leave it to the fans. Even fan controlled. Football situation has something going you
Pirates trade slugger Josh Bell to Nationals
"The nationals are hoping Josh bell could regain its potent batting stroke the nets have acquired the first baseman from the pirates for two pitching prospects the twenty eight year old bell was an all star in two thousand nineteen following a torrid first half in which he hit three oh two with twenty seven home runs and eighty four RBIs before the break but that form has been elusive ever since bill hit two thirty three with ten home runs during an injury shortened second half of two thousand nineteen and hit just eight home runs while batting a career low two thirty three in fifty seven games for the box and twenty twenty I'm Dave Ferrie
Philadelphia Phillies Legend Dick Allen Dies At 78
"Tony i wanna see a few words about the passing of dick allen. One of my favorite players as a teenager philadelphia phillies richie allen. But he wanted. Mvp on the south side in one thousand nine hundred seventy two plan for the white sox and two years later tony. He had what i thought was a but at the time was a fifteen year old kid in attendance. It was split. Check swing down the third base line. One out in the ninth inning against nolan ryan broke up the no hitter. The closest i ever came to seeing a no hitter in person with all the games. But dick allen he was a hell of a player probably didn't get his do then and michael schmidt one of your favorite players know a big defender of dick or richie allen whatever. He was particularly affiliate for mike schmidt. Just a wondrous player michael jackman. He's one of the greatest third baseman of all time.
New York Mets’ Robinson Cano Tests Positive For Banned Substance, Suspended For Entire 2021 Season
"Met second baseman Robinson Cano out for next season as punishment for another failed drug to Major League Baseball, suspending New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano for the 2021 season Wednesday. This in response to Kano, failing a drug test for performance enhancing substances. This season long suspension follows the All Star second baseman being suspended for 80 games. Two years ago, while a member of the Seattle Mariners along with a suspension, Cono will also forfeit his 2021 salary of $24
MLB Suspends NY Met Robinson Cano For Doping
"MLB news suspending today for 162 games 38 year old eight time All Star and met second baseman Robinson Cano. He tested positive for anabolic steroid of performance enhancing drug and Kano will miss the entire 2021 season and lose $24 million in salary.
Braves' Freeman wins NL MVP, White Sox slugger Abreu gets AL
"The American League MVP is white Sox slugger Jose Abreu who came away with twenty one of thirty first place votes to edge Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez in Yankees infielder DJ let me heal a Brady led the majors with sixty RBIs in one hundred forty eight total bases brave stand at Freddie Freeman is the National League MVP claiming twenty eight of thirty first place votes to beat out Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts and Padres third baseman Manny Machado Freeman had a strong season after contracting covet nineteen just before the season began in July adding three forty one with thirteen homers in fifty three RBIs while playing all sixteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
Stroman, Gausman take $18.9M; Springer, LeMahieu reject
"Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman giants starter Kevin Gausman have accepted eighteen point nine million dollar qualifying offers for the upcoming season Stroman didn't play at all last season suffering an injury during restart kit before opting out due to covert nineteen concerns Godman had a bounce back campaign this year going three and three with a three point six two ERA and seventy nine strikeouts in fifty nine and two thirds innings meanwhile Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer Astros outfielder George Springer Yankee second baseman DJ lemay hill and Phillies catcher JT Realmuto to client qualifying offers by Wednesday's deadline I'm Dave Ferrie
Stroman, Gausman take $18.9M; Springer, LeMahieu reject
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"second baseman" Discussed on A's Plus
"He makes now that you're seeing it on everyday basis what are you? What are your thoughts about him? I mean, he's a he's an unbelievable talent. He goes out there every day and treats every game like it's his last and especially how well he played last night is just a glimpse of. What he can do, he's a franchise player and I mean, the gold gloves and the platinum gloves. Are Go, hand in hand in if he's not your top. Third Baseman in the League and I don't know who is. Absolutely he he said something interesting the other day on call essentially like well, look where we've been on this nice winning streak and we still haven't really put it all together offensively although obviously you guys are kind of showing signs of that recently. So we're plan this well and we've still got room to improve. That's a really good. How do you see? Yeah correct we haven't. You know I agree with him onesies, bats get going and. The. Boy. Start Rolling I think even more Windsor or art dekum so. it's important that we stick with our routine keep going a lot of guys. Obviously, a lot of averages are fluctuating right now and you know that doesn't take account how many hard hit balls or hit right at people are how many one hops or hit right at people or how many just misses. They're ours in those swings. So if you're actually watching the game, you see the guys are putting together great at bats in witchcraft continue to do that. Lori obviously been when you're most consistent guys through since start started the season potentially losing him for up to six games obviously, he could appeal and and I would imagine you guys probably will appeal that. But but what might that do to your lineup but you guys do have a very deep outfield core Yeah I think this team is always had the mantra of next man up and so We do have the bench and we do have guys who can fill that role. So yet obviously losing Ramon will will be a hit but I think that whoever's Filling in that role for Ramon while he's gone I think that they're gonNA, do it proficiently and i. think that this team is very resilient and I think that Hopefully, Ramon comes back we we won't miss a beep but Yeah. I think it's just next man up kind of deal and we're ready for that. I. Before I let you go I really need to talk to you I think probably most of all about your plus effect Oh Yeah because in the wake of the George Floyd death in Minneapolis you you started a dialogue with fans in. You've now have this plus one affecting. Explain what you're trying to do and what you got out of you know talking to fans who maybe don't come from similar backgrounds, political political views, the way you did. It was just a simple genuine just hey, if you guys ever WanNa Talk I'm here for you and It actually has been very therapeutic talk to people and educate people and. It was just a campaign to go in and talk about race in open up a conversation about, Hey, this is my point of view. This is how aren't these are my experiences growing up in you know I just asked people to empathize with us in it's hard. It's hard. It's hard to do that. When you.
"second baseman" Discussed on A's Plus
"You seem like one of those guys who profiles as a leadoff type guy. You know you get on face you've got some speed you really take that Kinda hitting night. That's like the second leadoff guy kind of opportunity. Yes. I mean honestly it's a great. It's a great way to know that you are one of the guys in the lineup that could. Be a second leadoff hitter and that's a good thing because. you know you might not get as many at bats as the leadoff position, but it just means that yes to hone in on your best, you know that much more than I like that it's kind of a challenging. So being able to do that know that I'm GonNa be at the bottom of the lineup. Taking a lot of pitches for these guys who are on deck in Marcus who's coming up behind me it's a big deal and so usually it's the communication. I'll usually tell them. Hey, like if If, it's a certain situation, a game you know the scoreboard will tell you are the pitchers fits count will tell you hey, if I get a first pitch fastball here, you know I'm going to be aggressive, and so it's letting those guys behind you know kind of what your approach is going up into the plate before you get there. So once they get on deck, they're not caught off star they kind of know what you're going to be saying at the plate and they can kind of make their plan off of what you do so. It's all about communication. Yeah. I mean having the top of the lineup particularly with a lineup that you guys have hitting behind you is. I mean, that's that's gotTa. Be a fun position to be in especially when you get on base at the the rate your to now you're also playing second base a lot. You're in a sort of a pseudo platoon at second and along the similar lines you've got Chapman and Simeon on one side of you and you got Mandelson at I what is that like for.
"second baseman" Discussed on A's Plus
"I know that you know baseball at a young age I was like man I know that this game is not gonNA. Last forever. So why not play with the most enthusiastic characteristics that you can and you know we're now being on the field with some of the best people ever to step foot on baseball field it's. It's even that much more rewarding in that much more fun to be able to be a part of Some of the best guys ever put a uniform on. Your now being on this team, you see you know how hard these guys work in. It's a it's great. It's it's I always feel like this is kind of where I'm meant to be right now is in terms of my career is just You know these guys. I mean a lot to me. I've been on this team for a long time, but I can tell that the relationships in the friendships on building right now are GonNa last long time. So I'm excited to keep going on with this team on I can tell that they're just a bunch of hard workers and you know they come to the field every day with the with an attitude that they wanna, win and. if they don't that attitude is even to whereas you know what? Tomorrow's a new day and that's how especially in this game either have a short term memory and You can sell that these guys You know they know how to win and they know what they want. When did she start doing backflips? How did you learn to do it? When did you kind of start incorporating that? That's very sorta Ozzie Smith. Yes. Actually grew up my dad. Grew. Up in Saint Louis. He was a big cardinals fan. So he used to show me Ozzie Smith clips in his favorite. Player was Bob Gibson. Even his garage code was I think as year was one point one to one year. So that was. That was my dad's garage code one year. So he was a big cardinals fan and I remember watching Ozzie Smith do backflips in me and my friend practicing on the trampoline, and then we decided to just take it to the to the ground. You just being boys and got comfortable with it and then started doing it. cooperstown series when I was twelve and I did it in the opening ceremonies. Got Really comfortable with it, and then kind of translated onto the baseball field in You know whenever I'm dragging feel like I, need a little kick of a drill and that's usually what I'll do it or You know sometimes I'll just do it mainly mainly just sometimes for the fans but it's it's a fun little. It's a fun little routine that I do I don't do it all the time but hopefully, they snap some pictures when I do do it. So it's a good time. It's pretty cool. I mean who doesn't love a nice backflip a well. One of the things I think I asked you the other day is there are no fans right now. So it's like doing stuff like that because it kind of looks like you are about how how long does it for you with? No fans there and you're still you know you got some showman in you. Think that I've always been a player that feed off the you know the crowd and you know that energy but it's a it's different right now playing in front of the. Cardboard cutouts.
"second baseman" Discussed on A's Plus
"Hello and welcome to as plus the San. Francisco Chronicle podcast on the Oakland A.'s and Major League Baseball. I'm your host chronicle as be ready Susan's lesser known today as second. Baseman. Tony Kemp. Probably, the perfect person to talk to right after an as astros ball. We'll go through all of that plus talk a little bit about the recent winning streak and kemps acclamation to platooning at second base coming up next on as plus. Tony First of all. I think the thing that's on most people's mind right now it's sort of the hijinks Sunday in the game finale against Houston, and you guys wound up with an on field brawl situation such as it was when Alex Cintron was. Will heaving Ramon Laureano basically, and challenging him fight Laureano charged the dugout. You're former Astro I'm imagining you have a a little bit of a interesting take on it. How did you see things? You know after Mon got hit you know obviously had been hit a couple of times in that series and whether it be controller not you know Ramon is a pretty emotional guy and. You know once he hurts things about his mom walking down the first base line, I mean. I I can't blame them. I mean somebody said something about my mom like that I don't think I could hold back either. But it does make sense. Did you did you happen to talk to any of your? Former teammates either as things were happening there or or afterwards. You know what? I actually haven't talked to anybody on the other side I kind of. You know that's a these remind new teammates. Now, I kind of you know I'm not over there anymore. So I kind of left it alone I don't really. you know him how? Their team is doing. You know now that I'm on the as you know, their their businesses, their business. So I kind of just left it alone. It's interesting. Obviously Houston's win the division each of the last three years, and the as have been in the playoffs the last two. Given Sunday how much of a rivalry is this? Is this really starting to be do you think that the the Astro see? This is a real rivalry do you guys see this as a as a really pretty strong rivalry now? Being on both sides did Stephanie Rivalry. There's no question about it and I remember being Houston, Astro, in going into the Coliseum and. Knowing what those games mandate especially when the as came to town, you know what that series meant. So yeah, there's definitely a rivalry there and there's definitely some you know high competitive nature of between both teams. So it's definitely always fun You know a series with the Astros and We play we played them well last time we played, and hopefully we continue doing that. Yeah. How important was it to to sweep? That series is is that a statement? You know they're they're missing some parts obviously they're not quite the team maybe that they were last year but does it still.
"second baseman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The second baseman shaded towards the bag big all on the right side of the one patch swing on a liner to left that's a base hit for right played by shorter pulling at the second is Granderson and now Richard will face Daniel Murphy with two on and one out and I think it's fair to wonder here Josh whether or not at this stage and Daniel Murphy's really worldly postseason no pitcher has really backed him off the plate just thinking that it might not come down chip music or anything like that but Daniel Murphy has gotten very comfortable the plate will be interesting to see whether it's Richard here or anybody else along the way tries to make up a little less comfortable the thing is we Murphy's been turning on pitches to the inner third at the plate if you're gonna get it in you better get it all the way and he tried to back him off he could still crack it out there in right center he struck out looking in the first hand holder dissenter in the third Murphy now with six home runs a new Mets postseason record Granderson its second right at first one out first pitch it on the ground wide of third rabbi Brian throws to second one return the second baseman hold on here looks like we may get a review as the third base umpire bill Miller is telling the cubs hold up a second but now the sign for the Mets dugout is there will not be a challenge because that would have only been the challenge really what you can't challenge on video and that is that neighborhood play at second you know Castro did not appear to be on the back but that's the play that they give you to protect the infielder something the chase Utley play was not so the Mets are done in the fifth no runs one hit zero errors one left middle of the fifth the Mets to the cops to arguments radio network driven by your try Honda dealer sportsradio one oh.
"second baseman" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Or ruin tuned in the erez talk about is movies and music so you know also your questions about believe that he's a you are at the press conference the other day i believe welcoming in lorenzo came back into the brewers organization what's your take away from the crazy thursday that existed where christian yell it and lorenzo cain of both join the brewers organization uh i think he certain and of course mark gotten a view i think they see an opportunity to do something i you i i was curious 'cause he basically said going into the winter you know we're we're gonna bolster archie moore going to ask the what was we're gonna make improvements uh what shocked me is because expect them to hold up to that and you think okay then he starting pitcher they're going to go out and they're going to get themselves started pitcher uh the need a second baseman uh the probably going to the second base in the last thing in the world you expect them to do is to go out and get outfielder let alone too because they're still stocked at the big league level of the of so many guys knocking on the door uh whether you to play it and lewis brinson breadth phillips monte harrison came on strong corey race still down there so all of a sudden euroc either they're going after christian yellow when they get yalchin an hour later the got the rest of key i mean that's that's a major i i think jumping point are kind of you know stepping on the accelerator they think they've got a chance to challenge the cops knock you sneak into a while carpark i think they believe they have a chance late now to to go after the club's and they're going for it to me and ali throw this at you and see if you agree or not to me this is a big moment in the david stern's era of brewers baseball because that was the moment worthy rebuild ends and the were trying to win now begins of course that doesn't preclude them from trying to still both or the farm system and maybe trading in the future for young guys and everything i'm not saying that but it's a rebuilding teams don't make that trader and don't sign lorenzo cain d do you agree with me with kind of what that the representation of what those signings main upi.
"second baseman" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Your best hitters and so you obviously arkhan having second he's not going to play better but you could make a pretty convincing argument that i think my truck could probably learn second base second baseman don't need to have strong arms and that's probably trautz biggest drawback right now there are intricacies that you just wouldn't be able to get familiar with in a short amount of time but the difference between batting fourth and trout betting like seventh eighth or ninth is pretty substantial in terms of plate appearances and and over a leverage and i think that i think that he'd be able to do it and just from the angels perspective you know what they need is a second baseman so maybe they have won playing center right now at survey yeah yeah and you know treads defensive skills of centerfielder probably have slipped a bit he is not a brilliant centerfielder at this point in his career so he's someone who potentially might move to a corner you know couple few years down the road anyway so hey just get ahead of it move him up in the order and fill that second base let at the same time i could see with the angels scenario not having a second baseman i mean you know lineup spot doesn't matter all that much usually in the grand scheme of things but going from eighth to fourth would be pretty big end when you're talking about a guy who's maybe the best hitter in baseball that's uh that's pretty significant getting him more put pierce's so all right yeah what so let's have make trout fueled some grounders see how that goes higher rates question from dillon i've been thinking a lot about all the starters who benefited by switching to reliever the archery bradley's the enter miller's the chad green to the world and curious if you to believe.
"second baseman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of the strikes he is not good with three ball couch tonight and he's allowed only one hit grew four twothirds over the oneoff forsythe who would've liable to right field his first drive up and he'll take a little bit outside wanted want he's thrown sixteen for sixteen firstpitch fastballs the overs for trash rosia yeah and and two two of those were ball so fourteen of sixteen he's gone all one on the hitter an aggressive with that fastball what an award on forsyth the dodgers second baseman and and other fastball this is just outside all true there has not been amodu give any worrying about the strike zone tonight from either som i say them look like magana might have had a couple of words there were that i showed lipid that which did appear to be bought three inches off the play jude while the count on foresight and later deals at a fastball it up in the air but foul well out of play off to the right and jew and judicious just it's the knowledge merlin it is and it's another bitch right there ninety five miles an hour in the heart of the plate g one count you know foresight by selling out basketball and he's these behind it a little these late he just a little off so it is true it you ought forsyth out of the happier bottom five the dodgers we just want to hear so far off herlander who will step back off the rubber it now start walking into war the play the signal for mechanic about beat of half way not sure what this is ivy it could be a situation where he wants to throw a niche then maybe he would normally throw in this mine righty on righty in that some kind of a change up navy here where you don't want to just be shaken jake unshaken and give madden hitter something to think about knowing that that's not a pitch normally called righty on right with her later in the can got it.
"second baseman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"In this game he has hit the ball hard twice in this game it might be distrigaz jazz wanna see of there in the spotlight this with an rbi are to there be picked up all the phillies gather at the pitcher's mound in the plate umpire nick goes out now to move them along here also think this was one of those wadsworth tim flannery used to talk about this a lot there's pressure on the third base coach they're always used win it's the pitcher whose will lead runner at second base which is the case here of cueto but in this park where the outfield is so small relatively speaking the outfielders are relatively closer to the infield cava stressful spot evil with two outs for phil nevin indeed weren't than they do knows the the left fielder kendrick the former second baseman does not have a very good on here's the pitch the millions out shouted lowball on nunez as rematch is hit the ball hard in each of his advance today one innocent bad luck he had about one hundred four miles an hour right to the third baseman a line drive caught and turned into a double play the other one was ally dr single of the pitches swung on admission johnny cueto had of good a distraction the new news and that one as he struggled to shake off just bluffing but rather the lima vision of but what a new year's noumea's now hitting to ninety for the year now the pitch so there's a shot down the left the allied deep and foul only three twenty nine to the leftfield foul bold here and that wall just lacking in accuracy had plenty of dissidents who had been a home run.
"second baseman" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I took that to the professional level and was injured of the after three years what position we second baseman and down you know that was what i was spinning the most in great part of my life working on because that's a season and that's a continuous you must quickly and continuously improved to be able to rise up the ladder and that's a black and white game how many rounds did you not in that year how many big runs how many times did you pop up with the moun first with mount their basin nobody out or one out and not move the runner home how many years did you make how many games did you cost us how many but was your impact you an impact player wheat is one of the guys on the club the kind of did you plant winning teams did you help it's all that stuff it's black and white you can look at stats and say that guy's good now this is not that businesses a what that so subjective looked at the your opinion of something and it's entirely different one is a pre you it you know you can get into the weeds about at one is a creative business for you go to work every day and you create something tangible out of thin air the other one is tangible period red and the audience reaction his immediate strike three boo base hit knock the remnant usa feels good feels bad you learn to pace yourself taking some of that knowledge into this business which my dad did both my dad was professional ballplayer and he was an actor.
"second baseman" Discussed on The SportsJoc
"The red reports out on the boards job morning game did you miss the littler surgeon one more time the move carts texans ranger second baseman older they really long buddy you get out a month i'd like to tell you something right now star you need to know some period not the latter did you know there's j jerry when running murray thinks he's not a bad you're serious performer for the cameras really trying to get anything by now is leg and was named the owner media room right now watching moves and probably got a couple of photos and his locker does morning goes in the locker room auditions is great we go to there be a big ohl team you know and closer to be mirror everywhere you go to bridge on to get away with a win in him and the roasted long road lead to be made contact if one bautista is a horse the latter could use him get ready to fall need all those that he can't do like i came out there wrigley excited to come through it what it is you could good and the moment of silence in that.