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Welcome back to trotsky ranch complete player. That helmet whitney trubisky trenton. Jero welcome back to the show. Trent on gerald or with our soldiers sports guest of the week steve springer with quality of bats. Steve spent twenty eight years and pro baseball. He played professionally with the mets for fourteen years and collected over sixteen hundred hits while in their organization after getting out of professional baseball Steve stayed in professional baseball scout. Six years then he became an agent helping players work their way into professional baseball and then scouted again for another eight years so one of the greatest things that i feel like steve has done. He has been the mental hitting coach for the toronto blue jays for eight years. He did that for eight years but he spends his time helping parents. Players coaches understand the mental side of hitting. Which is a huge huge big deal. Welcome to the show. Steve nate ability heights is looking forward to this. United left my story. I love getting it out there. Everybody's got a story and feel my stories as good as anybody you know. I'm the base in ruby role. I if i were to listen to everybody that told me. I wasn't good enough and you only because your brother I don't know what i'd be doing right now. But i did. You know. I know you get a lot of young kids out there. High school players college players in the travel ball kids. And you know. I i think that if we all just put things in perspective and keep thinking big picture. Everybody's got a big picture and you know that twelve year old and has a bad weekend. I promise you vanderbilt's not panicking right now so we we gotta we gotta put into perspective on what success is to help parents know. Kipnes don't need to do outstanding. I'd like to start here. Because you mentioned your story and i read your book. Springtime it's an outstanding book and it's motivational. And i have this feeling. It's gonna turn into a movie but it definitely is the baseball version of rudy. So tell people a little bit about your story spring. When i was a freshman in high school has four levin ninety pounds. I made the team because my brother was the star of the team. I got three at bats. The whole year i never played But on the coach for space my sophomore year. On my buddies. Jv and varsity. And i stayed on soft rock. But i got to play and i still important that i would rather play at a lower level than sit the bench at a higher level. My junior all my buddies around barsha yum huntington beach california rain high school and i was on jv. But i got to play out of the bench on my senior year. Is my time to shine him. Five hundred and forty pounds now. So i grew nine inches high school from china and small as small senior showing michael. Play at a sophomore. Take my job. I did not start senior. High school Where i'm from huntington beach got fifty colleges on fifty miles to me. I did not get one phone call to come play for. My brother went to golden west. He's all state. I'm the coach knows. I'm coming there enough to call me. Because he didn't and i went out for the team and i got cut which is baffling to me to this dan. How bad this coach side. I suck like my brother's the best player teen get cut. So i get a job at disneyland and working on the news you thinking. My career is over in about three days. Later my brother came home with the in-form for three guys quit. So i was nineteen years old. Freshmen in college. I got three at bats. The whole you're never played again coach. First base. I played in the big links. Anybody out there that anybody says it. You're too small to play this game and you ignore them. Did you do not have to be six foot. Five to play this game like what's to they. Six four like this guy is five six with a good pair of cleats on in most guys when they get their man body are gonna be able to shrink two inches and insane that fortunately a foreign. She's now twenty and new body knob. Six one hundred and seventy pounds. I went from a second-string second bachchan all conference shortstop one year and not getting by all these colleges and a full ride lobby curve on ucla. I'm going to ucla. Full round rate is five. Desma my life until i looked at my transcripts separately but he took badminton. I couldn't get into kids out there. Get good grades man that you're building dictate. We're going to go to school. Not your rates. I don't know how i got. An university of utah went as a shortstop. Hurt my arm and eight. A. d. h. And the whole year and this is the best thing about baseball because whether you're in travel ball high-school college you're lucky enough to play pro baseball. Your evaluated every single day by somebody and we have fifty scouts in the sand see regularity while he joining cory schneider. Fifteen year big lakers young kids. You think might trout. Bryce harper clayton. Kershaw is actually these guys were now in five for five with a bomb to doubles and five. Rbi's drafted by the new york mets and the twentieth and up spending fourteen years pro baseball. You introduced me exponentially major league player. I i'd like to say spent parts of two seasons in the league's it sounds thirty. Six is But i i spent eleven years in trip libro and i'd do it again. I mean it's like how do you stand that long and aaa and two things one. I thought i was good enough to play in the big leagues. And what new the alternative get a real job nine wanna to do that and i plan fourteen years eleven years aaa went right into scouting arizona. Diamondbacks for six was an agent for seven. That's why did that. But i did it. And then i got back into scouting with the diamondbacks for a year and then telling the kaaba cayman The he got my cd's and he loved him. He wanted me to work with their players with the blue jays. And i remember it like it was yesterday. Trend navy said he said springfield one guy. You're worth your money. And semitic i panel help one hundred fire me. I'm teaching. Get your hands shaking your feet here. I'm teaching how to compete with confidence. When you're not getting hits like how do we would come at better competitor down player is going to dictate how for you play this game and this is what i believe in what i teach and changing. What we think's successes. I believe the batting average the biggest trap in the game. It's revolts ran the screws. Right at somebody. I beat the pitch of the pitcher knows. I'd beat them. which is mom knows. I'd beat him. My band average comes down. I think i failed now the wrong starts flying. Does every single one of us has two players in. I gotta confident trent lonzo's good plan and got non rent jaregui such put any name in there but they say it's just what non-combat aj. Paul didn't play anymore role. He's been talking to me since college and it's easier said than down but if it'd be how do we get the right guy played every single day. How do you play everyday like it's opening day signaling out. You play every day like it's opening day bro and trust me you're going to get the right guy point because nobody in the history of baseball as ever played opening day with no confidence. It's impossible to this. No one like i know yesterday. Beat me up then. All of a sudden on day number two which starts when i go for four nine two four six and letting yesterday's bad gameplay today and that's what track of the game is right there that's outstanding and we talk a lot about hitting and the tool spraying. We talk about how difficult the game is. But nothing compares to hitting hitting hitting a baseball we all know the analogies and the average is in how they're working against us so one thing i'd like to know is you have this quality at bats that you've developed in it redefines success for players. And you know would you touch on that a little bit more and and the quality about system and the point system related to that and helping these parents understand what it truly means to be good hitter well like i said earlier the keys to get the right guy plan every she'll never it's like oh they're spraying batting average a trap neighbor. I'm trying to help you hit your heist. Hang out to the band has no brain. The no showing up. There's not a confident shannon in non-combat about average step. It's one step has no bring. So how do we get you to get great lining out great hitting balls har- good hitters line out more next time somebody asks you what you do for live and you play this game. Utopia both you get hits a bonus you change what you think. Success is to get the right guy plane every single day right. I can't have a goal where i could do. Everything wrangle over for three balls wrench news right now. So many baseball says i suck as a trap and if this game. This game wasn't mental. Every first round picks spend ten years of the big leagues adult in. How come guys like polar was thousand dollar. Sign is gonna spend ten years in the big leagues. You know why because he's a better competitor as a player and that's the whole thing. How do we get great competing with confidence. When you're not getting hits addicted how far you the game against well. I feel good. We all feel the. But i feel good of a says you lie down. Somebody says way to swing. Get right saeb. Until there's an award at the s where they got hard hit. Contact title netted more balls. Anybody in baseball line-out sucks if there was an award for it and then when you line out in some way to slaying you'll say thank you but until then it's like get right glenhaven Were five years old. Hey what you an average what you hit you now and i'm just telling you right now. The ban big strapping again. You get quality. I bet you anything that helps the team. Get great. lining degraded hitting ball shore. You know get a blunt. Get a guy over anything that helps the team when see too many players. Trenton are playing this game to get hits instead of playing this game to win the game and when you get twenty five competent players playing to win the game. Trust me real. You ain't gonna win every game you're not gonna get three hits. You got the right guy plane and that's the whole thing. Well that's the beauty of it. You redefine success and we literally have your list printed out in our dugout on the wall a habit in my hitting facility because i want players to understand that it is you know about winning the game and they can help by having productive at bats to help the team win. It's not just about the hits. You know their situational hitting there's there's extending bats and getting pitch counts you know to get pictures out of the game and their sacrifice monsters hitting behind runners. There's you know there's all of these criteria and as we move into our first break sprang out. When i come back i wanna talk about the six tool a little bit more. Let's get into the mental side of hitting. We'll be right back after our first short break. Have you written a book. 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"steve springer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"steve springer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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And i was absolutely amazed to find that you'd larger boulders on top induced around Maybe a few feet. I mean literally eighteen inches. This is my clifford for public news service. We are member. Listener supported her on great radio stations across the nation. And i'll line at public news service dot. Org airing amateur player in pursuit of college and professional baseball in studio with my double play combo lifelong learner. Abc a national high school coach of the year. Trent mon- gerald italian studied Beady better everyday how you doing brother. I'm doing great buddy. Always great to hear from our guests and really looking forward to this one tonight. We outstanding guest trend. Let's head straight to the my gym. It's time to train the brain with the mental game acronym of the stf o'day kamerhe. It's tiny so let's do this thing. And the mental game. Acronym of the wake is the ot be on time. Baby beyond time and a quick review from last week's akron it was a two-part i k. w. p. i see i know what pitch is coming before we got our guests like we do at the beginning of your show. We address what we call here at c. d. as the graveyard. The graveyard is the. It's the great disparity. It's what players set out to accomplish early in their careers in what they actually accomplish as we know we experienced in ourselves most players do not reach their ceiling. Most players do not reach why they set out to reach so are shows dedicated to the amateur player in pursued in our goal is to help them reach the height of their ceiling. A quick recap from last week's show our professional guess. Tim hires in you know trump. We have two great video guys last week in this week and the boston. Red sox hires is the boston. Red sox major league hitting coach in so many takeaways from go chargers and one in particular was the point he made in regards to being athletic. In the batter's boxin how we talked about. How graders are great. Movers into our shows. All prior shows it trotsky ranch dot com and follow us on social media trustee ranch at trustee baseball and coachman jerrell today's outstanding guests and other great hidden guy former major leaguer. Steve springer from quality at bats at tonight's guest is the very best he is one of the top in the entire world so parents players coaches.
"steve springer" Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard
"There's sometimes you need that unconventional truth. Like, you need someone to tell you you didn't do good today in why you didn't do good. And you don't get that that raw honesty from people all the time. And you know, I can accept it. I can dish it I can accept it. And I don't like dwell on it. I can move forward. And that's why I think he likes took a life into he gave it to. He also wrote the forward tear buck when that mean to you everything because I reached out, and I just told him that I was working on a project, and I wanted to really. Azziman person. I didn't wanna ask them over the phone or through text anything like that. So we came to town to play the Lakers, and I told him I said you need like five ten minutes, which you have to the game. No doubt brother like got you in. When I asked them. He was just like it'd be honor. And I'm gonna tell you why be honor, you know. And he told me all the reasons why. And I was just like it made my heart full like it, really. Did it made my heart full? And I was just like man that felt good, bro. And I'm glad that something told me to make sure your guy to do this. Steve Springer was like yo you need to ask Koby because he'd be excellent choice in did. And it worked out perfectly by you. Just said, you know, you're my brother, you know, long at the basketball, and I felt that immediately. When we connected, you know, what I made and that speak volumes and certain guys that you just connect with like that sometimes is this a business relationship and once that business over. Over everyone moves forward what their respective lies. But the connection was different, you know, and he always reaches out. He always give me motivational tips and things like that. And I do the same thing. Vice versa. I ate a Dench when interesting habits, and you've got to drink a lot of mountain dew you used to chew a lot of straws chew straws. How do you do that though? 'cause in LA you can't straws anymore. I'll still to straws stop at the local McDonalds near me, it always gotta be McDonald's straws academy segment eleven anything like that. I'm telling you. This is weird..
"steve springer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"That is the great Keith green. Not to be confused with the great, Keith Richards, who's had many blood transfusions at fifty thousand dollars a pop, but we can't get into that. Now because I'm sitting here with the brother of Russ Limbaugh. David Limbaugh book, your book is just a beautiful book for many reasons, but the title Jesus is risen that is you realize that that title alone is a kind of spiritual warfare when you declare Jesus is risen the demons tremble. That's a fact the subtitle is Paul in the early church, the demons do not tremble at the subtitle. But, but it's just so great that you're writing all of these books, but I want to get back to your store because I love the idea that you're very rational that you're a lawyer, and that you got the point life. We for some reason, and listen, let's be honest. It was probably your wife's prayers for you. Because she knew that if. He did not become a Christian. She was in sin for having married you. So she had to prove that somehow. She knew by a Reema word of knowledge that you'd be a Christian, otherwise she's in trouble. Right. And we wouldn't raise their kids in an overall Christian home what right which is not exactly a good thing. So so she's praying for you. And I suspect strongly actually that that's part of the reason your your thoughts began to focus as they did all the who knows right? But I just love the fact that you dug into this to see if it's really true, but you live in a culture, and I live in a culture where unless you're hanging out with Jesus freaks who believe this stuff. Most people are very happy floating along they don't even say their secrets, they're not seekers there floating along I think of wanting it not to be true because it might their lives might have to change or something like that. There's no question about it. That are intellectual doubts are sometimes masks for other issues that we have in our lives. Whether it's wanting to continue to send I'm not talking about major sin, murdering people or something weather, drinking too, much, whatever that that you whatever lifestyle you want to engage in. So it might be a deterrent. And it might be deceitful thing where you think this is intellectual. Now, there are some intellectual issues. But I don't think that's ultimately what keeps people from believing. I think Christianity is based on solid evidence overwhelming evidence, actually, and and it's based in reason, but faith and reason so faith and reason are compatible, but they're not the same thing. And you take a leap of faith was his matter of the will. But in my case, I had overcome my so-called intellectual obstacles before I will allow myself to take that step. But that faith by its own definition requires something more than just the rational thought, you can't argue someone into the kingdom because it is a matter the will, and some people are are are predisposed disposed against it are their mindset is against it. It's a world thing and. You can argue with people you can discuss things with them. You can show them how their some of their doubts are not grounded in reason. And that we have affirmative evidence to show out Christianity makes more sense than anything else. But you can't get them to take that leap. I think it's interesting because I I would say a lot of people say, you know, faith is a leap in the dark, and I've always disagreed with that I've said faith is a leap in the light because good when you believe in something that is actually true. It's like saying, I don't know. There's one plus one equals two thing. I just I'm not convinced. And it's like it doesn't matter. Whether you're convinced it is true. So when you leap to grab onto one plus one equals two you're grabbing onto something that is true and not to grab onto it is really to be foolish. But the point is that even something as simple as one plus one equals two on some level requires an act of the will to accept it and to accept faith. I've always said. Anybody knows? I mean, I've written a book on miracles, but the ultimate miracle is conversion why because there is no way a human being can come to believe in the God of the bible apart from the grace of God, it's kind of like Lazarus is a rotting corpse. He didn't do anything to sit up. God did it. All right. And so it's not like we're sick. And we're in in need of little medicine to feel better. We're corpses in need of resurrection and faith is just like that. When somebody goes from not believing to believing somehow God has to be involved. And that's this is the huge mystery. So you're right. I mean, yeah, I've done the same thing. I've written books of apologetic. Try you try to help people along because it's not like that's not important. But at the end of the day, it's prayer and it's God. And so they're to me, that's the mystery. You know, like, why did this happen to you? When it happened. You could have just kept drifting. No question. But when you look back, and when you remember that people like a. Friend of a friend who was visiting. From his law school, my friend, and he both with law school in Texas. They were visiting over Christmas. I was home. We went to my friend's. Parents started talking and randomly Christianity came up that wouldn't come up in my ordinary conversation and Steve Springer my friend's friend. Who was with him is a cool guy. Cool guys aren't Christmas, especially not then there are a lot of now MIF we would have been caught dead at those. Nerdy think excuse me, what is them YIF Methodist Youth Foundation or something like that? Maybe that's not what it is. See I didn't even know what it was whatever it is. It was uncool man. Yeah. So Steve start talking about it. And I'm kind of making fun of it in a non non smart alecky way. But I wasn't very charitable. He's he's a cool guy. All the girls love him. He's a Christian girls can't be. But but now he goes into his bedroom where he was staying at his friends, my friends parents and brings back. A bible, and he started showing me referenced by how if I've ever seen a reference bible. I didn't notice it right showing how Old Testament passes are tied to New Testament. How New Testament and Old Testament are internally integrated. I'm gonna tell you a white went off right there. And he also was very patient with me and told me about Jesus and his love and everything I kinda filed that then later twenty years later, maybe ten years later, whatever it was he came back to visit my friend, Peter kinder-, and I said bring him over he came to my house. I was a Christian. Then I went to my library got the bible that he'd given me came back. The guy got really emotionally couldn't believe that that had such an impact I'm telling you without that pivotal piece. I may not have become a Christian. I'm not saying it was random, by the way, I think of superintendent by God chorus, but I think it moved in so much. He wanted to talk about it in his church back in. Texas and asked my permission if he could give his testimony talk about that. I love it. You know? I mean, everybody's path is different. And it's so fascinating to me. But I want to encourage everybody who's listening. This is not for other people. This is for you. It's either true, or it's not if it's true, by the way, it can only bless you. There are people. I think they have this fear is going to bear me. It's gonna make me live. That is absolute garbage. I want to state that clearly that is garbage. If you think that believing in Jesus will make you into a weird person. It'll only make you into a weird person if you wanna be a weird person. But honestly, if you wanna be who you're supposed to be have, you know, if you wanna get to your grave. Always wondering whom I really supposed to be well, then you can avoid God. But God is kind of like the gas in the tank, the car doesn't go anywhere without gas in the tank, and I just want to say to people who find themselves in position like you to say, honestly, the idea that this is scary in some way is total lie and picking up on that. I think there's a there's a lot of paradoxes in Christianity in my view. And I talked about some of them in one of the books, but I think some of this pre Christian had this fear that Christians don't have fun. They don't enjoy life. They're like I said their skulls their regimented, they're robotic they don't they don't live a robust life. And if they do it's just to be goody goodies, and the kind of people you wouldn't want to hang around with because you Baskin similar joint. Just because they're they're not happy people some of them kinda I'm not. So there are a bunch of I can give you names after the show. Okay. But but what I didn't understand until later and I began to study it. I said how can you reconcile this idea? That Christianity gives you. Liberty Paul talks about glaciers. It will set you free b believe in Christ for what? Okay. Here's here's the answer. That paradox before you become a Christian. You are a slave to sin. It is your master. Now. I don't mean the kind of sin. You're a terrible personal. We're all depraved. But I'm not in just vernacular vernacular, not saying, you're a terrible person. Maybe in very nice for but you're a slave to that kind of lifestyle in his it has dominion over over you when you accept Christ as your personal savior, you are liberated from sin, and you become a slave to Christ. Now, what does that mean that that doesn't mean you're free and Paul addresses? He's because that means free to send no emphatically now, it means you're now a slave to Christ slave. I don't know what you understand is you then out of love and 'obedient you want to even raise yourself to a higher standard of morality out of obedience and love for Christ. And and what it all means. But you're not bound to you're not living. Under arbitrary not not living under the the set of rules. They transcend that Christ goodness. And love transcends, all that. And you wanna be 'obedient? And you're no longer a slave descent, and I wanna follow up with this. When we come back, folks, we're talking to David Limbaugh brother of Russell. And this is the Eric Metaxas show. I'm not a sibling of Russell's, but I'm aware of his work. We'll be right back. The book is Jesus is risen. Hello. Opinion. This is A M nine seven the answer. Mostly cloudy, thirty three degrees on the doorstep. What's going on? The answer was a day in court for Jose Gonzalez. 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"steve springer" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late
"I will ask him about. This land is the only beat writer covering combat sport for major newspaper in the United States. Now back in the glory days of boxing, every sports section needs to send a reporter a columnist. Tigers saw the major fights those days are no longer. Now. A lot of the box and coverage is coming online. Palance is the one that you see all the major club shows all the major pay per views are even the small club shows. He is there denigrate outcome for boxing, and the UFC an EMMY and everything else you need. If you're thinking. Okay. But lemme just not listen to this. I'm not into no you wanna listen to this one because in the sport of boxing and fighting there are so many characters, and that's why the sport is thriving the characters tell stories Lance goes behind the scenes develop these relationships and tells you what they're all about. Today's guest land spoke Meyer. I think you're the only person covering the sport of boxing or combat sports in the entire country for a major newspaper is that correct? I I think think so. so. Yeah. Yeah. That's what you do. Right. Yeah. USA today. Get rid of there not too long ago. And you know, really, none of the other major newspapers are invested in into the sport. Like, we are. But I think it makes all the sense in the world that we are given our proximity to so many gyms and some important fights lens. Are you also have a newsletter? Al I describe because I saw your tweet about it. What's it called the fight corner? And it published you just sign up for it. It's free. And then we'll Email you the entire contents of it. Every Tuesday, definitely by noon, and how long have you been covering combats works. I've been covering combat sports time since two thousand six I was actually doing a lot of takeout general assignment investigative pieces at that time and our boxing writer at the time. Steve Springer had the opportunity to write Oscar de LA Hoya is book. And so Steve was in a conundrum where he couldn't be beholden, or at least have the appearance of being beholden to a major fight promoter. Yet. He wanted to be involved in a major life altering. To be able to write a book what a great honor. So Steve made the decision. Hey, I'll stay and work some general assignment capacities and do that. But I'll step away from the boxing beat. And that was my window to jump through. Really? And and I think that at that same exact time the sports editor at the time. Randy Harvey had made the decision to cover the ultimate fighting championship. So is basically the combat sports be became something. At that time, thanks to Randi. And I've tried to consider how passionate the fan base here is in Los Angeles and really maximize our attention especially to the biggest happenings that are going on in the sport. You weren't doing just boxing MMA exclusive you were doing hockey, you're doing bunch of other stuff, right? Yeah. I mean, another sports editor Mike James had decided around two thousand twelve someone left. And it would this was during the era of cutbacks and layoffs and all that and we desperately needed a hockey writer. So he put me on the ducks for three years traveling. With them across the country and the Canada covering Addison fulltime be while trying to juggle all of my combat sports doing both. Yeah. Absolutely going back and forth. How do you do that? You have to pick your battles. What am I going to emphasize in the bigger fights? Obviously as what takes precedence you have to decide k a Floyd, Mayweather, Manny packages fighting. You're gonna have to get someone else to cover hockey, even though we may be in the playoffs because those fights Trump a first round playoff game. Always the first fight you ever covered. I find ever covered actually was Shane Mosley. Oscar de LA Hoya one at Staples. And the times needed day, basically just needed some help..
Warriors can learn from Showtime Lakers after Durant-Green meltdown
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Warriors can learn from Showtime Lakers after Durant green meltdown by Scott Osler opportunity knocks before Monday nights courtside meltdown between Draymond green. And Kevin Durant. The warriors were on their way to making history by winning their fourth NBA title in five years, maybe on their way to a couple more titles after that big stuff. They figured to go down in history as phenomenal team with an asterisk so much talent that it was impossible to lose. Now, the warriors can wipe out the asterisk and stamp themselves. As a team that transcends its greatness and teaches the world lessons in character, toughness and brotherhood. If the warriors managed to survive this crisis and win another title, and maybe keep the band together going into next season. Even the doubters and haters will be forced to admit men. This is a team it won't be. Easy. This one goes deep. The case can be made that the warriors were born as championship team in their preseason finale in twenty four teen when power forward David Lee pulled a hamstring. Green was moved into the starting lineup and the warriors won twenty one of their first twenty three games. And haven't looked back does the dynasty now. Die with green. Well, that's up to him to Durant and their teammates one thing that might help. Stop throwing around the cliche that the warriors are like a family and every family has squabbles. Most families Aren composed of multimillionaires from vastly different backgrounds. Superstars, all whose performances and personal lives are inspected and critiqued on a daily basis by millions. If the warriors are a family there the Kardashians. Except that the Kardashians are forced to get along. They have no other options. What is going to leave the show and do summer stock? The warriors. In trying to hold things together and rise above the mess. They've created might wanna give Magic Johnson or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar call back in the eighties. Those to lead the Showtime Lakers to five NBA titles and three other trips to the finals, and I kind of image is the ecstatic Johnson bear hugging Obdulio Jabbar moments after they won their first NBA game together in nineteen seventy nine to the outside world. That's how the Lakers wore for a decade. Conjoined quintuplets fused at the heart. But those two main men magic and Kareem were not tight. It would be hard to find two personalities more destined for conflict. Everybody could see that. We weren't favored POWs or buddies the first three or four years Johnson told sportswriter Steve Springer in me when we co wrote a book about those days magic and the other players tiptoed around Abdul Jabbar, the Mikhael center big fella as they called him soaked public. Weekly. When Johnson got fat new contract. Johnson privately longed for the day when Obdulio jabbar's retirement would allow him to unleash his full array of offensive talents throwing elements of sex drugs and rock and roll a legion doubters and haters and a complex cast of teammates all unfolding onto the spotlight of Hollywood and the birth of the new NBA, and it's a wonder Showtime held together for ten minutes. Let alone ten years in retrospect, it looked so smooth but old fans. Remember, how Johnson became the first athlete ever to fire his head coach and how the front office dynamited team chemistry by trading a beloved all-star, nor Nixon and how the players nearly mutinied at what they perceived as the theatrical tyranny of head coach, Pat Riley, it would take volumes to explain how it worked. But for Johnson it all came down to his pet phrase that seemed as shallow as the LA river. But was as deep as the Pacific Ocean. It's winning time back then parsing out the relative blame in credit was impossible, and useless. Same now with the warriors where does green register on the one to ten guild scale six point five when is Durant going to get that huge warriors forever neck tattoo. We all know how warriors owner Joe lak- feels about the organization, but we're about to find out if this team is light years ahead of the rest of the NBA in unity and character or just another group of skilled squad lers in Steve Kerr, the warriors couldn't possibly have a better head coach to guide them through this turbulence if Dr Phil judge Judy and Jimmy Fallon somehow had a kid it would be Kerr. But this one is on the players. The warriors challenge might be even harder than the one faced by the stone-age Lakers back in the days before Twitter and podcasts, but the concept is the same. Same. It's winning time. There's the time clock warriors. Do you punch in or punch out?
"steve springer" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Isn't released half of her family Jewish. Genie's. I don't know. Jimmy buzz, you invite her half Jewish or some. We're worried the genie wouldn't come to your Christmas party. If you didn't call right? Ben lines. So one looks at me this woman, he says a call how did Kristaps Porzingis get invited to our Christmas party our holiday party. It was frigging. Ben Lyons got in there somehow changed his name to Kristaps Porzingis is coming to the coming. Oh, it'd be amazing. It'd be amazing showed up. All right. Let me see Shays. So you wanna to talk some LeBron? Yeah. Go. All right. So the Bron James came in headband Braun was in full effect. Yes. And I think what. What everybody's watching. What I know where some of my frustration comes in being a member of the Koby elite. Yup. Is I need LeBron to do some Brandon. I need you know, when we had him Brian. When we have these close games, he still goes within I guess the plan. You know, he's that's how he likes to get down. But I don't wanna see coups taking shots when we're down by five and I need to be in the game. I need LeBron to kind of you know, show that off that we've had a thorn in our side about all these years. And I'm ready. I think this headband Braun is going to be the new thing this year. And I think he's gonna rock from now. You know, what's interesting is Ryan Holland was here last week. He says interesting, and he said that he thinks LeBron if he chose to could win any of these games by himself. That's what I'm saying. We know you can do this Ryan do believe that. I think I think he's at a point now where he can do that any individual night because he can crank it up on both. Sides can score fifty points, the the differences. You can't do it every night. He wants that play off that playoff. He's got. Because let's be honest here. Look LeBron doesn't play defense. No. That is not a bowl. That's not new. I mean Kobe the last that's part of what you signed the last few Kobe the last few what years pre Killys not playing defense. That's okay because doing all kinds of stuff. Killing Choisy wasn't boy, you are always going after Toby you are always going after Koby. Wow. Post to kill always play. He's been gone three. Three years is a lifetime and still. And still grinds going Koby. That's right. Wow. Been a conversation about LeBron comes about LeBron you somehow throw Koby Trump can keep talking about Hillary about any of that. There's always going to be there. That is not something I know still trying to figure it out. I figured it out. Steve Springer who wrote the book with bus. Yeah. Is jewish. Oh, but I haven't figured out. Well, that doesn't explain much of anything to invite Steve Springer. I didn't. I don't think he's on the list. Yeah. But Kristaps Porzingis sorry Steve Steve's listening right now. Got faster coming up. I wanna Monday, we're doing something really cool, something really. Special for Veterans Day. Monday is Veterans Day Monday. We salute our veterans by giving them a microphone we are bringing in American veterans. To co host. Segments of our show. That's that's awesome. Yeah. That's really so Greg. You've got the fullest there. Tell us. Sure. Do tell us who's coming at twelve o'clock to twelve thirty most these guys only getting a half an hour only one guy gets an hour. But at twelve to twelve thirty is gonna be JC love won, a purple heart or Gracie, purple heart. I don't know what the best earned a purple heart twelve thirty one o'clock is Lou Riley. I believe he was on a he was on the nineteen fifty seven Little League World series team. Wow. That that one. Yeah. So they made a movie about the against Mexico. He's coming in. No. I'm just telling about them one to one thirty is Eric Shaw. And he won an episode of sports jeopardy. Okay. So that's pretty cool for him. Charles Freeman one thirty two clock has gone to all of your events, everywhere, smart guy, and the guy that we've had for the most part. It's a full hour. He was here. A couple months ago. Christian Flora's had one of the best fast tracks we've heard longtime..
"steve springer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Involved. And that's the this is the huge mystery. So you're right. I mean, I've done the same thing ever books of apologetic. Since try you try to help people along because it's not like that's not important. But at the end of the day, it's prayer and it's God. And so they're to me, that's the mystery. You know, like, why did this happen to you? When it happened 'cause you could just kept drifting. No question. But when you look back, and when you remember that people like a friend of a friend who was visiting. From his law school, my friend. And he both went to law school in Texas. They were visiting over Christmas. I was home. We went to my friend's parents home started talking and randomly Christianity came up that wouldn't come up in my ordinary conversation and Steve Springer my friend's friend. Who was with him is a cool guy. Cool guys aren't Christmas messy, not then there are a lot of now. No, N Y F. We wouldn't have been caught dead at those nerdy. Thanks, excuse me. What is NY have Methodist Youth Foundation or something like that? Yeah. Maybe that's not what it is. Yeah. I didn't even know. What it what whatever it is. It was uncool man. Yeah. So so Steve start talking about it. And I'm kind of making fun of it in a non non smarter Laghi way. But I wasn't very charitable. He's he's a cool guy all the girls love Christian girls that can't be. But but now he goes into his bedroom. Where he was staying friends, my friends parents and brings back a bible, and he started showing me referenced by how if I've ever seen a reference bible. I didn't notice it right showing. How Old Testament passes are tied? The New Testament. How New Testament and Old Testament are internally integrated. I'm gonna tell you a light went off right there. And he also was very patient with me and told me about Jesus and his love and everything I kind of filed that then later twenty years later, maybe ten years later, whatever it was he came back to visit my friend, Peter kinder-, and I said bream over he came to my house. I was a Christian. Then I went to my library got the bible that he'd given me came back. The guy got really emotionally he couldn't believe that that had such an impact I'm telling you without that pivotal piece. I may not have become a Christian. I'm not saying it was random, by the way. I think of superintendent my God chorus. But I think it moved him so much. He wanted to talk about it in his church back in Texas and ask my permission. If he could give his testimony talk about that. I love it. You know? I mean, everybody's path is different. And it's so fascinating to me. But I want to encourage everybody who's listening. This is not for other people. This is for you. It's either true or it's not. And if it's true, by the way, it can only bless you. There are people. I think they have this fear is going to barris me. It's gonna make me lives that absolute garbage. I want to state that clearly that is garbage. If you think that believing in Jesus will make you into a weird person. It'll only make you into a weird person if you wanna be a weird person. But honestly, if you wanna be who you're supposed to be you know, if you wanna get to your grave. Always wondering whom I really supposed to be well, then you can avoid God. But God is kind of like the gas in the tank, the car doesn't go anywhere without gas in the tank, and I just want to say to people who find themselves in position like you to say, honestly, the idea that this is scary in some way is a total lie and picking up on that. I think there's a there's a lot of paradoxes in Christianity in my view. And I talked about some of them in one of the books, but I think some some of this pre Christian had this fear that Christians don't have fun. They don't enjoy life. They're like I said, they're skulls their regimented. They're robotic they don't they don't live a robust life. And if they do it's just to be goody goodies, and the kind of people you wouldn't want to hang around with because you Baskin sim enjoy just because they're they're not happy people some of them. I'm not. So there are a bunch of I can give you names after the show. Okay. But but what I didn't understand until later. And I'm beginning to study it I said, how can you reconcile this idea? That Christianity gives you. Liberty Paul talks about on glaciers. It will set you free. Be leaving chrysotile such what? Okay. Here's here's the answer. That paradox before you become a Christian. You are a slave to sin. It is your master. Now. I don't mean the kind of sin your terrible personal. We're all depraved. But I'm not in just vernacular vernacular, not saying, you're a terrible person. Maybe in very nice for but you're a slave to that kind of lifestyle in. Here's it has dominion over over you when you accept Christ as your personal savior, you are liberated from San and you become a slave to Christ. Now, what does that mean that that doesn't mean you're free and Paul addresses? He's no emphatically. No, it means you're now a slave to Christ slave. I don't wanna know what you understand is you then out of love and you want to even raise yourself to a higher standard of morality out of obedience and love for Christ. And and what it all means. But you're not bound to. You're not. Living under arbitrary not not living under the the set of rules. They transcend that Christ goodness. And love transcends, all that. And you wanna be 'obedient, and you're no longer a slave to sin, and I wanna follow up with this. When we come back, folks, we're talking to David Limbaugh brother of Russell. And this is the ERC Metaxas show. I'm not a sibling of Russell's, but I'm aware of his work. We'll be right.
"steve springer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"For disease control in atlanta is warning residents grew up around coldwater creek in north saint louis county may be at a higher risk for cancer came waxes kevin colleen reports so water creek was contaminated with radiation from the manhattan project which was stored at the airport it runs nineteen miles through north county from the airport to the confluence of the missouri and mississippi kim visentin the coldwater creek group says she's not surprised at the findings i lost my own child when he was six years old to a rare radiationlinked brain tumor so i understand the emotion of anger i understand the emotion of not knowing the agency for toxic substances and disease registry study part of the cdc warns of a higher risk for bone lung breast cancer and leukemia two public meetings are planned in florida on june twenty seventh and twenty eighth kevin kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox let's steve springer board member with fallon district ninety last month after several people demanded he resigned over comments about a social justice book read at the local libraries camelot says reported springer felt the children's book was inappropriate for the age group and political indoctrination the book is called justice makes a difference the story of this freedom fighter esquire and that it works sally is the woman who read it at a march library program to group of about ten kids ages five to their early teens as well as their parents she says she has never spoken to springer about his attitude about the children's book but if he's open to a conversation about his feelings of the book and why i chose that book and at the library i'm hoping to that she says the group talked about working together and about community topics she believes children that age and their parents are already discussing work sally we'll be reading another book chosen by the fallon library this time called alma what's in a name that event is later this month carol daniel newsradio eleven twenty k emma waxwork sally facebook page describes her as a life coach and motivational speaker.
"steve springer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And weather together at six ten this isn't over here tonight tensions have not eased whatsoever no for ninety minutes last night o'fallon illinois school board member steve springer again heard calls to resign why parent tony masked says the problem began with a disagreement over what springer deemed a social justice book at the library i didn't feel it was appropriate that mr springer was attacking library that way then during the meeting last last meeting the emails came out rookie attack transgender students are a transgender student and then made this ridiculous statement about the muslim community and that's what's brought out cheryl summer of united congregations of the metro east churches this mosque and we have to stand together our muslim community members were bad thanks for said about them derogatory things said about them and we have to stand with them but after the meeting springer was defiant with komo wax news one hundred and fifty two hundred people the question sound like they hate you feel here's how springer's wife robin feels that only come to him and said speed what's going on what's this all about i know the paper spins story they spin up all this fake news the other six cool board members previously issued a statement expressing their disagreement with springer kmox news time is six five a top official at the saint louis priory school has been ousted amidst allegations his computer contained inappropriate images brian kelly's live in the news room with what we know about his departure time it's not clear when priory junior school director of the reverend maximilian taza laskey was removed from the position but according to a letter sent to parents at came after the images were found a laptop during a routine review of devices used by school staff creed core police tell the postdispatch they did receive notification that elicit images were found on a computer at the school and are investigating school headmaster the reverend gregory mormon says it in the letter it appears the images were downloaded from the internet and do not involve anyone associated with the school reverend puzzle ascii graduated from the school priory in two thousand was ordained in two thousand sixteen and taught theology geography and government classes reporting live brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty camelback soloing up on a story we brought you earlier on komo exmayor croutons administration has responded to complaints that the.
"steve springer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Community members and parents paco fallon illinois meeting about a controversy a school board member i'm tom ackerman alongside debby monterey we'll check traffic and weather together at five ten seminary community called for him to quit after he attacked the library for carrying a social justice book but the crowds grew after o'fallon illinois school board member steve springer was revealed to have emailed in a complaint that is specific transgender student was really confused and went on to ask what's next a place for mohammed to wash his little feet and face mecca three times a day last night community members and parents packed a meeting calling for staggers resignation make that springer springer told the crowd the community uproar was manufactured by union thugs to get him kicked off the school board's negotiating committee the other six board members say he only speaks for himself a fatal shooting overnight in south city it happened before ten o'clock at the forty three hundred block of wallace police found the victim in the alley the cirque stances have not been released one hour later the twenty nine hundred block of gravel a man was shot in the face his condition is not known another man showed up at the hospital around twelve thirty this morning with a gunshot wound and police believe it happened in the forty five hundred block of page saint louis police are investigating after a pizza worker fatally shot a man who threw a piece of concrete through the restaurant door the postdispatch reports police found thirty one year old alice upchurch dead of a gunshot wound saturday morning investigators say upchurch had thrown a large piece of concrete through the front door of papa john's on south grand worker used his personal handgun to shoot up church so far no charges have been filed against the employees following up on a story we brought you earlier on cable exmayor kirsten's administration is responding to complaints that the trash isn't being picked up on time director of operations todd walterman says the main problem is most of the trucks in the fleet are from the year two thousand you can think about two thousand title carve your driving it but then put all the mechanics on a deter trash truck all hydraulics and the wear and tear on it you know we're we're welding trucks back to were well weenie arms as they wear out and there's a blade and.
"steve springer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Kunis home based salon charges were not filed until twenty sixteen theo fallon illinois school board could ask one of its members to resign tonight over derogatory emails about transgenders and muslim students steve springer minute twenty sixteen email to o'fallon superintendent kerry ruby wrote quote it seems you have decided to change the godgiven biological makeup of the student without input from a court the b o e or god and quote that was in response to a heads up that a student wants to identify as male springer then goes on to ask whether the district will implement quote a place for muhammad to wash his little feet and face meta three times during the school day and quote last month hundreds packed into the meeting many demanding springer's resignation he hasn't resigned tonight's meeting starts at six avak stegman newsradio eleven twenty km michael and this morning mike parson begins his first full week as governor of missouri is brian kelly tells us cable xs longtime capitol correspondent believes that from now on things are going to be different in jefferson city hill brooks says it was clear and parsons first comments after swearing in that there will be fundamental changes at the capitol brooks says a few words and parsons opening statement really struck in transparency honor fresh start he didn't use the name of eric writings but it was clear that things are going to change in this capitol building under a parson administration brooks says person is known as a consensus builder and he expects him to bring an openness and transparency to the governor's office that we haven't seen in a decade brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox coming up in the news at five twenty to the end of eric brightens tenure as governor could breathe some new life into josh holiest campaign kmox news time five tiffany haddish and argues groupon so much they made me to spokesperson yeah i'm a celebrity now but that doesn't mean i don't like to save money with groupon i get the celebrity treatment on a budget because even though you're paying less doesn't mean you're getting less it feels amazing to get up to sixty percents off a massage fifty percents off a manicure and forty percents off the facial with groupon deal look fresh it's just awful less download the app and save coupon he says i didn't think i'd like kayaking well i'm glad you enjoyed it but i think it started to head.
"steve springer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Properties many of them vacant buildings are empty lots some aldermen have been calling for a federal investigation kevin colleen is radio eleven twenty km away alexa waiting a callback from mckee to comment on the situation more backlash against the metro school board member this time over comments he made in an email i'm brett bloom during a recent meeting of the felon illinois district ninety school board emails recovered through the freedom of information act showed the board member steve springer wondered whether they'd eventually have to quote but muhammed washes little feet and face mecca three times a day close quote visayas director of the council on american islamic relations says this transcends first amendment free speech rights anybody who's in the school board that has diverse children of all different races and background should be more accepting of all types of kids because they're in a position that actually influences these children's lives on a daily basis i tells came on traveling brennan that they're calling on springer to step down from the school board by a unanimous vote missouri's house impeachment committee has adopted rules rejecting the governor's lawyer's request to be able to cross examine witnesses rules now go to full house for approval only one member curtis trente the republican majority voice support for cross examination but the governor's warriors cross examination for the attorneys in the room we know that that is one of the best ways to to evaluate witness testimony and determine whether or not it is sound and accurate but in the end the committee voted without opposition to deny the governor's lawyers rights to cross examine or call their own what earlier the committee chaired note that in the last impeachment process that involved the secretary of state her attorneys were not allowed to cross examine the committee witnesses from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty k.
"steve springer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The largely unrealized northside side redevelopment dream he holds hundreds of properties many of them vacant buildings were empty lots mckee was not available for comment from an email that has a lot of people up in arms particularly on american islamic relations director particularly council on american islamic relations director fis on saieed here he is quoting the email from o'fallon illinois district ninety board member steve springer referring to an issue with the trans students he said if we accommodate this student then what's next what's the school gonna accommodate next up springer initially grabbed attention when he spoke out against the reading of a book at a library on social justice that featured an african american girl is the lead character camelot's news time is five oh eight coming up in the news at five twenty two this is came on wax health editor fred bottom but we've made does get in reducing the incidence of colorectal cancer lung cancer prostrate cancer bed overall cancer deaths continue to decline in the united states according to a new report also we'll need to ask if she's got nerves this morning i was so nervous then and i am nervous now dan you'll getting a second chance to make a good impression when she throws out the first pitch at today's cardinals game came away news time now five.
"steve springer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Company equal housing insurer candle wax news i'm alex bregman one is the prosecutors pursuit of air brightens costing taxpayers that's question on the minds of many including saint louis mayor lyda crews and you know i don't know what that amount is we had asked for that information they're pretty busy right now but she has to do that within her existing budget i'm always concerned about the way we spend taxpayer money we want to spend it prudently the mayor stopped short though of saying the prosecutor is wasting money on the greatness cases gruesome says that's her office and that's her calm authorities say students did exactly as they were trained to do when a school resource officer and a former student exchanged gunfire at a northern illinois high school officer mark dallas shot and injured the nineteen year old gunman at dixon high school and took him into custody wednesday morning at a news conference a few hours later officials said they were pleased to discover that students had barricaded themselves into classrooms by blocking doorways with chairs desks and other furniture in oh fail in illinois there's growing talk about removing a member of the school board came alexis brett bloom has this update tuesday dice meaning of the district ninety scoreboard which lasted nearly four hours some supported board member steve springer but many more were there to denounce him especially after e mails recovered through freedom of information request were revealed patrick lawler a critic of springer called the contents of those emails unacceptable i would say that this situation has drastically escalated given the nature of those emails i mean it's just it's frightening in one of the springer said the district should not quote stand on its head close quote to accommodated transgender student opponents plan to pack the house again in june for the next school board meeting partly cloudy our forecast overnight expect a love around sixty four times of sun and clouds on thursday with a high eighty four back down to sixty four thursday night under increasingly cloudy skies we'll see some peaks of sunshine again on friday still warm with a high around eighty two i'm alex bagman kmox news.
"steve springer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Little uh world series after the astros when i know was jerry i know i know bear with me on this one you for a couple of seconds steve sparks eumember steve sparks at pitcher for the as in the brewers and back in the '90s he's the okay he's the astros color commentator okay okay so he's down in the clubhouse interviewing the player there's a little different tone than when i did it when you guys were in cleveland and a interviewed some of you guys after the the game he was a little bit more excitable maybe than than i was and tim roy was but did listen to this and tell me how you would have handled this he's interviewing kevin correja and kevin career carlos correia kevin correct she's living in a pitcher carlos correa after the game and for those that don't now they're listening carlos correa uh post whose girlfriend now's the on say in the steve springer uh brought it up seed sparks like i could get the names right geez steve curve there we go and john line though canton taubert okay we get that right we're good to go and steve gray carlos forest and springer whatever anyway it's these parks and carlos correa tell me how you would have a handle this line of questioning because you fiancee fiance the mary you right act i wanna married thought that view why water rather dan i got us grabbed back to your robert i had he handled hour wow it's awkward you know what i what are you said i want to taste both view i immediately thought of that that point the movie with the for the record scratches growth quiet their why nerves.
"steve springer" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"News yeah there's transactional news and that's just the news okay it's it's you know this is what's happening in this guy stein they're just i got traded or get fired whatever but a lot of news is just the frame they put on it uh there's a lot of news and features stories all he started i get if you wanna just pole nuggets out you can put a headline on in this news so it was just having the mind such a thing that way um but i mean okay you know it here's a good one um i was doing a story on sale jackson and it was early in my time at the daily news they don't and i think it is hands they maybe 2010 and the lakers we're going to the going to the finals and we were going to get a big story done and um i remember i never met genie bus before um i knew her but i was a little scared to talk to her owner and she's uni bus or whatever steve springer was doing a book with her co maker girls and i said steve do you think i ca you could every single jeannie 'cause i really need to talk to her for this teacher i'm doing on fill and he goes no walkie of airlines view and he uh here is energy and you're sitting next to her and she he or she reads in the years she you know she would stories i guess you knew who i was a little enough to know that i was with us png and have to like get a whole bio and starts telling me she's like well you know fills not fact this year i don't want our relationship to be an impediment to him going anywhere like linda rambus is my best friend her husband is coaching in minnesota and they make it work and so i don't ever want our relationship with reason why he doesn't coach employee.