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"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I mean, we got good pace of play going here. See, that's the beauty of being a pitcher is that you can control the tempo of the game. If you wanna work slow and piss people off. You can do that. If you want to work fast and piss people off or work fast because it works well for you. You could do that. That's what I loved about. Being a pitcher is that you control the tempo I use of work fast and all sudden take my time. Just because the certain hitter that was coming up I just couldn't stand and I'm like I'm gonna get in this guy's grill. So I'm gonna literally take 30 seconds in between pitches, and then somebody else, not quick pitch. But you know, getting back on the mound and getting like Alex would That guy works fast and again. If you go back to this podcast, we were all excited when they signed would to the one year deal, And I think some people are wondering why. I mean the guy's a good picture. And and I don't know what to see that If you talk about the Evan flow of the season, we'll wait to see how they You know how they're looking. And, you know, come the dog days of summer as they say, but as of right now, Wow. Hey, real quick song parody idea, Tony, this one's for you. I'll just do the very ending. I just had an idea of a joke. But if it's good, maybe we'll do something. Alison chains would the very seriously the very end of the two and Tony legs would could you go? You want to do something? Something I'm working on? Tony go ahead like that. I like that. I mean, there's a lot of different ways you could take the wood for Alex would write. I mean, seriously, though, And while I was watching gospel yesterday, the guy throws you know, mid to high nineties and these dropping this 82 mile an hour changeup. It's so good watching these guys on their front foot. Because they're looking fastball and trying to react. I mean, it is. It's It's beautiful. It zits really fun to watch and listening to Sean s is on the Murphy Mac program this morning. He was just the way he was talking about. Picture is just being so good in this era of baseball. I agree. I mean, there's a lot of no hitters, but that's because pitchers have gotten so strong and so You know they're mastering certain pitches. And you know if you throw 98 you come back with an 82 mile hour changeup That's like that's like diving out of the zone that's really, really difficult to hit. Yeah, and mean So. All the while. You know, we have these amazing pitching performances coming at US. Web is Kind of modeling himself after Alex would moving faster in the tempo going and I think Cueto is going to pick it up here pretty soon, but all the while we got guys coming back from the D l we got the Grandpa dick. He's back. And don Juan. Oh, Donnie barrels. Donnie barrels back. I love watching that kid hit. I missed him. Miss Dani barrels and by the making meek somebody else I miss it is going to give a shout out of love across the country to the New York met Kevin Pilar as he took a ball of the face, which means he posted a video and have to try and find the audio about him talking about how he feels. Not bad for the picture that hit him, But he can understand why the what the picture is going through after hitting him in the face, and it's like that is that's Kevin floor. In a nutshell. Empathy right and he was. He was not a giant for long when he was a great giant for a short amount of time, and I was pretty bummed out when they got rid of him. He's a guy that would fit in. To this team. I think pretty well. And I have a question about something I saw on social media on Twitter and I don't know the answer to this, Paulie. You might Shannon. You might I saw the picture. Buster Posey, Britain and Brandon Crawford in a couple of the Giants in the team bus, all wearing disco like seventies gear, Not nice, and I'm wondering. Because disco disco Vanni Pitched What's today Thursday. He pitched on Tuesday, and it was his first game back at Cincinnati after playing for the Reds, and I'm wondering if they all dressed up in disco gear for the team bus ride to and from the ballpark and there was nothing. There was no heading or anything about the photos just Crawford and disco gear and necklaces and stuff. And Posey and I've heard for the grapevine. That discovery doesn't even like the nickname Disco. But we're gonna General I milk it all the time. How could you not? All right, you know, But if that is the case, and they got dressed, have been discussed before disco, Vanni AK disco That just shows how loose this team is how much fun they're having, and just to finance his first year on the on the ball club, Shannon likes to say, and, um And they're already embracing this guy and certain you know, goofs and team gags and that scene that kind of stuff That's the sign of like a really good team that has a lot of good chemistry and you know That that that's a good sign down that down the stretch is they say, Tony taught me this a long time ago. Shannon, I'm dead. Serious to Tony was like, Hey, when somebody when you're interviewing somebody, and somebody says something interesting, ask him a question about what he just said, Tony, I'd like to use that tactic on your own reply. If I could. I'd like you to tell me as you are proud. You know, again, like if you knew the podcast. First of all we welcome aboard. It's great having you Shannon Caylor Stone. Fox is lead vocalist can be our Creative Department. Creative Tony Ryan, creative director Polly McMurphy Mac Show and Paulie's Podcast Jock cast. Creative. Tony has a pretty good baseball resume play playing college ball locally, ST Mary's in USF, So I said, I turned it right back to you based on what you just said..

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"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Is just being so good in this era of baseball. I agree. I mean, there's a lot of no hitters, but that's because pitchers have gotten so strong and so You know they're mastering certain pitches. And you know if you throw 98 you come back with an 82 mile hour changeup That's like that's like diving out of the zone that's really, really difficult to hit. Yeah, and mean So. All the while. You know, we have these amazing pitching performances coming at US. Web is Kind of modeling himself after Alex would moving faster in the tempo going and I think, Wait. I was going to pick it up here pretty soon, but all the while we got guys coming back from the D l we got the Grandpa Dick. He's back. And Donald mano Donnie barrels. Dani Behr was back. I love watching that kid hit. I missed him. Miss Dani Bells and by the making me somebody else I miss it is going to give a shout out of love across the country to the New York met Kevin Pilar as he took a ball of the face, which means he posted a video and have to try and find the audio about him talking about how he feels. Not bad for the pictures that hit him, But he can understand why the what the picture is going through after hitting him in the face, and it's like that is that's Kevin floor. In a nutshell. Empathy right and he was. He was not a giant for long when he was a great giant for a short amount of time, and I was pretty bummed out when they got rid of him. He's a guy that would fit in to this team. I think pretty well and I have a question about something I saw on social media on Twitter. I don't know The answer to this, Paulie. You might Shannon, you might. I saw a picture of Buster Posey, Brigham and Brandon Crawford and a couple of the Giants in the team bus, all wearing disco like seventies gear, Not he's and I'm wondering. Because disco disco Vanni Pitched What's today Thursday. He pitched on Tuesday, and it was his first game back at Cincinnati after playing for the Reds, and I'm wondering if they all dressed up in disco gear for the team bus ride to and from the ballpark. And there was nothing there was no heading or anything about the photo is just Crawford and disco gear and necklaces and stuff. And Posey and I've heard through the grapevine that disco Fine. Doesn't even like the nickname Disco. But we're gonna General I milk it all the time. How could you not you not but If that is the case, and they got dressed up in discos to four disco, Vanni AK disco that just shows how loose this team is how much fun they're having, and just go find it's his first year on the on the ball club. Shannon likes to say, and, um And they're already embracing this guy and certain you know, goofs and team gags and that scene that kind of stuff That's the sign of like a really good team that has a lot of good chemistry and you know That that that that's a good sign down that down the stretch is they say, Tony taught me this a long time ago. Shannon, I'm dead. Serious to Tony was like, Hey, when somebody when you're interviewing somebody, and somebody says something interesting, ask him a question about what he just said, Tony, I'd like to use that tactic on your own reply. If I could. I'd like you to tell me as you are proud, you know, again, like if you knew the podcast. First of all we welcome aboard. It's great having you Shannon Caylor Stone. Fox is lead vocalist can be our creative department. Creative. Tony Ryan, Creative. Director Polly McMurphy Mac show and Paulie's Podcast jock cast. Creative. Tony has a pretty good baseball resume play playing college ball locally, ST Mary's in USF, So I said, I turned it right back to you. Based on what you just said. What is a memorable or or maybe even the best or prank gag baseball story you might want to share with the people listening in Oh, well, I mean, there's a lot of things I can't share just cause of the nation's getting clean it up for standards. I don't want to hear anything about a bachelorette party being involved. Certainly not. There was always there was always the the hotfoot. It's we used to do in the dugout. I think that's frowned upon now. It's trying to find now but you would put like a Yeah, yeah. You burn someone's foot. You would take out a book of matches and I'm wrapped him around a water gum. Yeah, stick them to the back of him. These spikes sit on the bench, and then you'd like the matches and then it was just a little blazer. Fire on the guys that you know That was something a lot of lot of pranks. Remember my college coach my freshman year? I'm scared, BLEEP lifts because I'm a freshman and walking in and and my coach, like one of the first practices that goes Tony. Going to share to get the left hand of curve balls, please. And I'm like What you guys? Yeah, There's there's a bucket of left hand curve balls in there. Go get a bucket of left left in a curve balls. And so I go in the shed, and I'm like, Oh, I can't disappoint my coach. I can't. I'm so looking looking looking looking. Come back out, Coach. I just There's this bucket of balls, but I didn't see any bucket bucket of left hand curve balls and he goes because they don't exist. You did, you know? Yeah. Yeah, It's just that I just needed a bucket of balls. I wanted to see how much of it you know, you know? And then, uh, And he's the one who gave me the term greased BB that he that was his term for my years in college man. He's got a grease baby, and I'm like, what's a grease baby? Greased BB is when he's so nervous that his booty is puckered so tight that you couldn't get a greased BB up there. Wow, that's graphic. Do you regret asking about baseball stories? Paul? They're not always family friendly. No, no, I'm glad I asked, because actually might try the greased BB trick app, you know? Okay, so this wasn't keep it fits? Yeah, This isn't a prank or anything but my favorite anecdote of the week. It was when Brandon when Gabe Kapler came on your show, Paul talked about Brandon Crawford. You know who was a quarterback, throwing the football to him in Seattle. And breaking and breaking the ligament and his finger, and now he's had to split on you. I've got this big splint on I've been, you know, it's funny counsel's I've noticed Kapler wherein the splint like hanging out in the dugout for a couple of weeks. I've been meaning to talk about it on the air, and I kept forgetting where? Yeah. How about that? Dude? That kid? I mean, it's all that stuff, Dude, it's Kappler. And when he came on the show, I got to tell you was a real turning point for me. Because he really not that I had a problem with gave..

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"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And what it was like to work with him? The kind of guy he was and when I say that I gotta introduce Tony Ryan Creative, Tony Our creative director came here. He worked really closely Ralph for a long time. So looking forward to hearing from Tony today, Shannon Caylor Stone. Fox is lead vocalist. He's on board as always, and our special guest. Tony. No need to dilly dally. No need to screw around. We bring him right in. Ladies and gentlemen, one of our favorite guys over at the San Francisco Chronicle. He is Pierre Heart love. He is a great friend to the Murphy Mac show as well as the poly podcasts of Peter. Welcome back, man. And Tony and Shannon. Good morning, kids how we all doing All right? Morning. Good morning, Peter. Don't wander too much for having me again. I only come on for for eulogies. I think the last time I was honest for rush. Oh, that's right. Yeah. All right. Ready? I love Ralph. I'm thrilled to talk about Ralph. I've been wanting to talk to some people who who respected and new and, uh yeah, happy to do it. You know, I mean, Peter, one of the one of the great things about kind of following you and reading your stuff is that you? Have you strike me as a real fan of just the form of radio? You strike me As a guy who grew up listening to radio. You seem to have a real appreciation for it. And Ralph You know, he was one of those guys that you could really point to him and say he is one of the true just constructors and builders of not only knbr the station, which is the brand Mean Ralph really moved. Sports talk into the forefront. Really, Before there even was such a thing. And and Tony, I kind of like to start with you because You know, working alongside Ralph producing the show the famous Wolf Boy story, which you might have to reprise today, because I don't know if Peter's heard that and Peter definitely needs to hear about the wolf Boy story, But maybe you'd like to start Tony and just share some thoughts and memories of the razor. First of all, I'd like to say Welcome, Peter Hart Log, Ralph, Man, I mean, What a complex unique, brilliant, funny. Rash. Individual. I mean, really, What were the years you were on board with Ralph and Tom? I was on from 99 to go five. Yeah, Those are some peak years, man. Those guys were flying high. It was fun, and I polyu and I've talked about it. The Yin and Yang factor of Tolbert and Ralph and Tom just being brilliant in his own way in his own comedic way or or more laid back way, compared to Ralph. And there were days were literally Tom wouldn't talk for half an hour because he would just let Ralph go. You know, especially if he was with the guests like Brian Save Ian multiple times I had to dump Brian save Ian cursing on our station because he and Ralph for getting into it on the air. Peter, we had to set up a fake AP News sounder at the top of the hour. My old boss, Bob Agnew, and I were like, I can't get him to break. Bob can't get a break. I've turned off his microphone. I've done this and any won't break. So Bob and I came up with. Okay, well, that Z telling that he has Tonto FCC regulations he has to break for this AP News Sounder and we got in. It worked. He bought us Well, yeah, he didn't want. You didn't wanna get fined by the FCC. But you know, it's stuck because I understood what he was talking about. He didn't want You know, commercials or the clock to get in the way of good content. He did. He really struggled with having to end good content for the sake of commercials or traffic or sports updates or news updates, and that's what I loved about him. He was so passionate And steadfast. And what if he believed in something, man? He believed 100%. And yeah, we could get into the wolf story in a little bit. He should I really do. Yeah. Yeah, we will. We will and But it was just a pleasure to work with him and also rather had a great spirituals site. A lot of meditation, studied the work, studied Buddhism and hey, also befriended rammed us up in Marin and relatives passed away last year and last gosh, like in 2001 Ralph gave me wrong. Dawson's book called Be Here now, which is actually a fascinating read, Um But that's the sign of rough that you would never hear on the radio or see on TV. Or, you know when he's all these sports luminaries when they spoke to him, they didn't really know that side of Ralph. They were they were more like, Oh, man, What's he gonna really about today? Like there's a great back and forth of Barry Zito back in the day. Um, but, yes. Oh, it's just very a very complex individual, very said. It's like Tolbert. Now we're talking the other day. We all knew this day was coming. But it still doesn't make it any easier or less sad 17 going. He's a legend. There will never be another rough. You know, Tony Peter Hart Love our guest today wrote a really good piece about Ralph back in 2012, which I just reread last night. It was really good to revisit that it was Written. It has kind of shortly after Ralph got let go. It can be our back in 2012 and Peter, You should talk about that piece a little bit like your view of Ralph. I think the essence of what you were saying. Was. He was equally frustrating and joyous to listen to at the same time for a variety of reasons, But I'd like you to just speak to that point. Kind of revisit. You know your feelings about route? Yeah. First of all. Uh huh. And Gary? I remember, you know, basically, when can be our started. And then and then Pete Franklin later and I felt like there was this push and pull between the peat Franklin have a take. Conflict and what Gary and what Ralph we're doing, which was show some personality. Bring the listener into it. Have a conversation show little heart. You don't have to talk about sports all the time. You could talk about pop culture in your other interests. And I think that's the DNA's can be our and I really noticed it when I moved to l A from 95 to 99. That was right when Tolbert came on, and I had heard Tolbert on Jim Rome's so I was so stoked. You know, I'm a big warriors fan. I thought, you know Tolbert, Ralph. But I really noticed it because I would. Actually I would take assignments up in like Santa Claria, Florida over I go cover like Magic Mountain. Because if I got over that hill I could get can be all Whoa! And I would go up and just listen to candy are and I really noticed it because in l A all of the radio was about takes And all of it was about conflict, and you could just imagine. The talent. Driving in the works thinking about what argument there. We're going to get in and it made me appreciate that relish and Gary thing, and Ralph was really a part of it, which is show your heart. It's not just about, you know, getting in an argument. It's about community and Had my criticisms around. I mean, it would drive me crazy with these compound questions. I was like, Hey, had Jesus Christ on he would have like a two minute compound question it would end with a statement. And, you know, what do you think about that? Jesus Christ. You know, it would be his own. Yeah. And then, but You know when he was gone, That's what I really is. And that's the piece that I wrote is that I realized like I was still listening. And there's a lot of people like that Murano and like that, a lot of Bay Area people like that dude..

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"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"shannon caylor stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of Cayenne Pr's Murph in Mac Morning Show on KNBR Sports. All right, everybody. It is Stop for another installment of the Poly Mac Podcast. Siri's this one be recorded on August 6th shortly after the murder from Mac Show. We have a lot to get to today, including. We'd like to pay respect to Ralph Barbieri, who sadly passed away earlier this week. And you've probably heard a lot of the host on can be our Sharing memories and stories about Ralph and what it was like to work within the kind of guy he was. And when I say that I gotta introduce Tony Ryan Creative, Tony Our creative director can be art. He worked really closely route for a long time. So looking forward to hearing from Tony today, Shannon Caylor Stone foxes, lead vocalist. He's onboard as always, and our special guest, Tony. No need to dilly dallying. No need to screw around. We'll bring him right in gentlemen, one of our favorite guys over Francisco Chronicle. He is Pierre Hartlove. He is a great friend. To the Murphy Mac show as well as the poly podcasts of Peter. Welcome Back, Man and Tony and Shanna. Good Morning, kids how we all doing all right, so much for having me again. I only come on for for eulogies. I think the last time I was honors for rush already. I love Ralph. I I'm thrilled to talk about Ralph. I wantto talk to some people who respect in new and yeah, happy to do it. You know, I mean, Peter, one of one of the great things about kind of following you and reading your stuff is that you? Have you strike me as a riel fan of just the the form of radio. You strike me As a guy who grew up listening to radio. You seem to have a real appreciation for it. And Ralph You know, he was one of those guys that you could really point to him and say he is one of the true just constructors and builders of not only can be are the station but just the brand. I mean, Ralph really moved. Sports talk into the forefront. Really, Before there even was such a thing. And and Tony, I kind of like to start with you because, you know, working alongside Ralph producing the show of the the famous Wolf Boy story, which you might have to reprise today. Don't know Peter's heard that Peter definitely needs to hear about the wolf boy story. But maybe you'd like to start Tony and just share some thoughts and memories of very razor. Yeah, First of all, I'd like to say welcome Peter Hart Log. Off, man. I mean, what a complex, unique, brilliant Funny. Rache. Individual. I mean, really, what? With the years you were on board with Wrath and Tom I was on from 99 05 Yeah, those peak years man flying high. It was fun. And Polly, you and I talked about it. The Yin and Yang factor of Tolbert and and Ralph and Tom just being brilliant in his own way, and his own comedic way or more laid back way compared to Ralph. And never days were literally Tom wouldn't talk for half an hour because he would just let Ralph go. You know, especially if he was with the guest like Brian Sebi. In multiple times. I had to dump Brian Sebi in Kherson on our station because he and Ralph for getting into it on the air. Peter. We had to set up a fake AP News Sounder at the the hour my old boss Bob Agnew, and I were like I can't get him to break But I can't get a break. I've turned off his microphone. I've done this at any won't break. So Bob and I came up with. Okay, Well, let's let's let's tell him that he has to FCC regulations has to break for this AP News Sounder and we got into work. Well, yeah, you know he didn't want. Do you want to get fined by the sec? But you know, it's tough because I understood what he was talking about. Heat he didn't want, you know, commercials or the clock. To get in the way of good content. He did. He really struggled with having to end good content for the sake of commercials or traffic or sports updates or news updates, and that's what I loved about him. He was so passionate Instead. Fast. And what if he believed in something, man? He believed 100% and, Yeah, we could get into the world story in a little bit. You should I really do. Yeah, well, we will and But it was just a pleasure to work with him and also rather had a great spirituals site. A lot of meditation, studied the work, studied Buddhism and hey, also befriended Ramdas. I've been Marin and round us passed away last year, and I gushed like in 2001 Rough gave me Ron does is book called Be here now, which is actually a fascinating read. But that's a sign of rough that you would never hear on the radio or see on TV. Or, you know Winnie's all these sports luminaries When they spoke to him. They didn't really know that site of Ralph. They were they were like, Oh, man, What's he gonna grill you about today? Like there's a great back and forth of Barry Zito back in the day. But yes, it's just very a very complex individual, very said. It's like Tolbert. We're talking the other day. We all knew this day was coming. But it still doesn't make it an easier or less sad, sad to see him go in. He's a legend. There will never be another Ralph. You know, Tony Peter Hartlaub. Our guest today wrote a really good piece about Ralph back in 2012 which I just reread last night. It was really good to revisit that it was Written, I guess kind of shortly after Ralph got let go. It can be our back in 2012. And Peter, you should talk about that piece a little bit like your view of Ralph. I think the essence of what you were saying. Wass. He was equally frustrating and joints to listen to at the same time for a variety of reasons, But I'd like you to just speak to that point. Kind of revisit. You know your feelings about route? Yeah. First of all. He and Gary I remember, you know, basically when candy are started and them and then Pete Franklin Laters and I felt like there was this push and pull between the peat Franklin have a take. Conflict and what Gary and and what? Ralph we're doing which wass show some personality. Bring the listener into it. Have a conversation. Show a little heart. You don't have to talk about sports all the time. You can talk about pop culture in your other interests, and I think that's the DNA of candy are and I really noticed it when I moved to L. A From 95 to 99. And that was right when Tolbert came on, and I had heard Tolbert on on that Jim wrote. So I was so stoked. You know, I'm a big warriors fan. I thought, you know Tolbert, Ralph, but I really noticed it because I would. Actually I would take assignments up in like Santa Clarita, Florida. Over. I go cover like magic Mountain. Because if I got over that hill I could get candy. Oh, wow. And I would go up and just listen to candy are and I really noticed it because in l A all of the radio was about takes And all of it was about conflict, and you could just imagine. The talent. Driving into.

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