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Stroman, Lindor Lead Mets Past Slumping Padres 4-1
"The Mets were for one winners over the Padres is Marcus Stroman limited San Diego to one run and six hits with eight strikeouts over six and a third innings I had the same mentality every fifth start always is to go deep into games in my chance give my team a chance to win and to be competitive like actually just go out there and compete with the bulldog mentality and at the end of the day I hope that when I look up at the scoreboard were in a position to win Stroman blanked the Padres until Fernando tatis junior smacked his eighteenth Homer of the season in the seventh Francisco Lindor slammed a two run Homer in the first inning to put the Mets ahead to stay in their third straight win Jonathan VR added a solo shot losing pitcher Joe Musgrove gave up three runs over six and a third innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Stroman Wins 2nd in Row, Leads Mets Over Padres 6-2
"Marcus Stroman slapped an RBI double and pitched into the seventh inning as the match down the Padres six to Dominic Smith had a solo shot and ginger can't added a two run blast for New York which gained a split of the four game series and won for the eighth time in eleven games Stroman gave up an unearned run and four hits while striking out seven over six and two thirds his run scoring double put the Mets ahead for one football pretty well the McCann was incredible back there I thought the defense played amazing so we have time to getting I just thought it was a complete team effort all around and that's pretty awesome to see I feel like we we have a good thing going here it's just a matter of keeping it rolling and keeping that confidence every single day Chris paddock drop to one in four in his last seven starts giving up three runs and six hits in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
"stroman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's a great cause and They're doing a great job with this in ST Mary's food Bank is just stellar. I just love that place. So if you can jump in, we'd love you to do it. Um, Bob Brenly, if you remember Mr and I've only met him on one occasion. A very nice man. Um, was is a broadcaster. With the Diamondbacks and I want you to hear what he said. This was what he said. That got him in trouble. Pretty sure that's the same do rag Tom Seaver used to wear when he pitched for the Mets? So a Mets pitcher Um, name is Marcus Stroman. Stroman's He, Um or Stroman, not Stroman's. Stroman was wearing a do rag under his hat or in during the game. He's a pitcher. And, um, so Bob Brenly cracks a joke, saying, that's the same Do rag that marked the Tom Seaver war Now? I don't know what is racist about that joke. I have no idea, but that was the accusation. I guess. Marcus Stroman was offended by this and said it was a racist comment. And so Bob Brenly apologized, apologize to Stroman. But then he's taken a one week leave of absence and going through sensitivity training. Now I do my best not to offend people, and I imagine at times I do, but it's unintentional. If anybody was offended by that, I don't know why there's no reason to be offended by that joke. It's an It's an older guy that is cracking a joke about something like that would never happen. You know, that would never happen years ago. It's like when I cracked jokes about the way people dress. I cracked jokes about the age gap between me and Steve. We do this all the time. He's mean about it, but I'm always kidding. And, um so we we crack jokes about and I am I am a I am a complete fool or an idiot when it comes to pop culture Now, anything past the mid nineties. I haven't seen the movie. I don't know the album. I've never heard of Cardi B song I've never heard, Um, a full Taylor Swift song. I probably know a couple of them. I don't know anything about anything. And I admit it, but that doesn't make me racist or sexist or any of those other things. And I don't understand why Bob Brenly had to apologize the way he did. And then after what should have been an innocuous statement and an apology if somebody got offended, he meant nothing by it. Send for him to go go to this picture and say, Listen, I didn't mean anything by it. It was just a joke. And for that guy to accept the apology and move on is the way things are done. But in the day and age, we live now there are certain things you can say about certain people and there are things you can't and when somebody throws out that label. There are things that happen that are horrible. There's no doubt racism exists. When you throw something out there. That's racist. You deserve to be criticized. When you throw out an innocent statement, and someone calls you that It's a stigma. You can't get rid of There are certain things and accusations that happen that even if you're innocent, If people find out about the accusation, it leaves a stain. And that's one of them. And you know I can. I could defend myself to the ends of the earth and I could have people come and defend me and say that I'm not racist. But if that label ever gets cast, and I live in a world where I have to give my opinion for a living And at the same time you've got to wonder at every turn. Am I going to say something that is going to make some one or the wrong person angry and it's It's something that you think about this woke culture that we have this cancel culture is ridiculous. Bob Brenly is in my opinion. Bob Brenly is another person in the broadcast booth that has made the transition from on the field. As a manager. To the broadcast booth and done a fantastic job. He is a brilliant broadcaster and a kind person. He's not. He's never been inflammatory about anything. As far as I know, I've never heard him. It's not like he's controversial. And if you think that joke was controversial, something's wrong with one of us. You know, And the reason why I am even bringing this up is because it permeates everything we do. Funny is still funny. And and the funniest comedians are the ones that say things that nobody else will say publicly. Um, you go back to the humor and I understand that things change. I'm not saying we should be still doing this. But if you go back to the old days of, you know, in the seventies The Dean Martin roasts. Don Rickles was relentless and racist. I mean, his humor was racist, and he made fun of every race of people. Um, he was he He was he is or was Jewish. He made fun of Jews. He made fun of Catholics. He made fun of every race of people back then it was an except accepted way. But he was able to do it because everybody knew he was joking. He was a kind hearted person in his personal life, and everybody loved him. He made fun of the president. He was at one of Reagan's. I think inaugurations at a party and made fun of Reagan and Reagan laughed. All Bob Brenly did. There was crack a joke, and it had to do with the generation it had to do with his generation and the way they behaved on the field versus this generation had nothing to do with race, and if we're going to continue to cancel culture like this, we're just we're no fun and everybody's got to walk on eggshells. Why don't we focus on the real problems.
Reeling Rockies Swept in Doubleheader by Mets
"The injury hits. Just keep on coming for the mets noah. Syndergaard has been shut down for at least six weeks. The quote from luis rojas manager the sits big counting on being a month from now. This happening is tough. We pray he can pitch for us this year. I'm going to be talking with carl. Why i kinda wonder if that's even a possibility. And i'll explain why this is going to get really really complicated for all involved now. The mets have been ravaged by all these injuries lately but they had a great day on thursday. This was in game one first-pitch peraza to high drive deep to left top back near the wall. That bom jose peraza gets the mets won on their road. Maybe five today. A park homer off herrmann. Mark has and the mets take one. Nothing lead that from wcbs and one. Ron was all that marcus. Stroman and edwin d as needed strowman was outstanding. Played his position. Great so they won game one and they won game two sweeping the doubleheader giving them at some momentum this weekend series they have against the atlanta braves at citi field on sunday night this weekend. Jacob degrom pitching against the braves. Charlie morton
Peraza Leads Mets Over Rockies 1-0, 4-2 for Twin-Bill Sweep
"The Mets swept the double header from the Rockies winning game two forty two following a one nothing victory in the opener Marcus Stroman ended a six start winless streak by allowing three hits over six innings of game one Jose Peraza homered in the third inning for the game's only run berasa collected two RBIs in the second game including a run scoring single that broke a one one deadlock in the fourth the Mets took three of four in this year's despite scoring just ten times new York's pitchers held Colorado to five runs as the NL east leaders approved a twenty four twenty I'm the ferry
Phils top Mets 2-1 in bench-clearing, trash-talking opener
"Are there a benches clearing incident said a passed ball highlighted the Phillies to one win over the Mets the benches emptied twice in the eighth inning after Phillies reliever Jose Alvarado jotted Dominic Smith following a strikeout that ended the inning Mets reliever Miguel Castro then chased Reese Hoskins down the line in the bottom of the inning and the benches again empty J. Sanderson went five plus innings it swung and missed a passed ball on a third straight to what to run score New York wasted a good performance by Marcus Stroman who left with a tight hamstring after he struck out eight over five innings I'm the ferry
Restoring Service Central to Biden's Postal Board Nominees
"Biden's three nominees to the us postal services governing board face their first big test on capitol hill where a senate panel on thursday press them to maintain service levels and rain in parts of postmaster. General louis dejoy ten year plan for the agency. Though ron stroman anton hajar an amber mcreynolds emphasized the need to improve male reliability. They largely steered clear of discussing dejoy or the turbulence that has engulfed the agency on his watch during their appearance before the homeland security and governmental affairs committee if the panel advances their nominations to the full senate vote could come within.
Dr. Lisa Strohman on Raising Kids In a Technology Addicted World
"Our guest is returning guest. Dr lisa stroman. Last appearance here was episode. One sixty nine to fifteen. I can't believe it's been that long. That's i did another one. I've been on one sixty nine to sixty nine sixty nine there we go i just say how could it have been six months. That's nuts Her upcoming book is digital distress navigating the digital age coming out shortly and the another book that is out. Unplug raising kids in a technology. Addicted world Dot stroman is an expert in these areas. We're gonna talk all about it and you can hear more at her podcasts. The point lisa strowman lisa. Welcome happy to be here. Of course the twitter at at dr. lisa stroman estero h. m. e. and website is lisa strowman dot com. And so one of the reasons amongst others that i wanted you back is that. I'm just hearing nightmarish stories. About particularly sort of seven to fifteen year olds in this age of no school and lockdown And of course they're locked down with their screens which your area of expertise and is making that much worse. What are you seeing out there clinically clinically. It's it's a pretty big mess. We've got kids that. From a standpoint of school settings are hanging on devices that previously when they were on campuses were able to be locked down by the campus like internet service or the school system. But you know in this rush to get kids access to education. They handed out all these digital devices and there is absolutely no way for them to monitor those in the home environment. So it's really striking to me. Like how much has changed. Because you're seeing in some regards. One hundred and eighty five percent increase. Let's say in just one category of inappropriate photos sexting with one another. And that's just and that goes all the way down to third and fourth
Baseball Fans Can Attend New York Mets, Yankees Games At 20% Capacity, Starting April 1st
"Has just heard. The state of New York says Baseball games can have up to 20% capacity of fans. The Mets Marcus Stroman, be happy to have him think that's just like that New York tenacity that New York crowd. There's a different vibe to the ballpark. So Something. Every single guy in this clubhouse is looking forward to kind of getting towards the end of the year and seeing that population in the stands starting to increase because we know that that energy we kind of feed off of strong picked well yesterday in Port ST Lucie five innings, gave up just One run to hit struck out six.
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
"Started. Marcus Stroman has accepted the Met's one year qualifying offer to return next year for $18.9 million This after opting out of this past season. Meanwhile, Yankees second baseman Deejay LeMay you has rejected the qualifying often has opted to become a free agent, while Giants pitcher Kevin Gausman has accepted the $18.9 million offer to return to San
INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight
"All right so She has been talking about publishing. For years. About the power of why we should be publishing daily and I remember at one of our Club X. Events. I made a statement I said. Everyone the audience that if you will publish single day for a year by end of the year I'm convinced you have you'll be financially free. And I think people looked at me and said, cool. Some people said, there's no way and very few people actually did it. They're having people have people sailing enough are having a lot of success right now. So I still stand by that like you pick to wear you to publish that and do it every single day. For Year, you should be successful because a couple of things can happen number one. It will give you a chance and give you time to find your voice and number two. It gives your audience enough time to come and find you right and so that's kind of the reason behind it. and. So what's cool is this morning Brandon Fisher whose one of the guys here my team it is all kind of our video. Steph he sent me this trailer and I haven't watched the documentary I watched the trailer this morning and it was amazing. So I if you go to we are Jim and Sam Dot com, you can go and watch the trailer for this documentary called after. So many days and so I don't know why sent to me. So I cook play and in this minute fifty trailer if this documentary, it tells a story about a couple who newlyweds in Jim in San who've been trying for decade to get to hit it with music right? They were playing show their practice seven for ten years had no success and they decided they needed to do. Something crazy. We need to figure out a way to pay the things successful, and so they decided that they were going to do a show every single day for three, hundred, sixty, five days. Right Andy and I haven't seen the documentary I am so excited to go and watch it. But. Just from the trailer. You see what happens is they go out there and they start doing a show and they some of the shows like next to these guys cutting down trees because only person there listened to him some of these little bars are. Just wherever they can find a place to perform show in front of humans right and they started doing this and they started doing this and by the end of the trailer, they're performing in front of these audiences of tens of thousands of people and There's this quota the in the trailer that was so powerful factor wrote down to one to share with you at the end the trailer he says. So here we go making something happen every single day, and then boom they start on this journey and it want to show you because man. you. So many of this dream we have our art right for the for Jim Sam. It's they're they're banned for for you could be an offer product, a coaching program, the book of course, a CD, a physical product service you do could be whatever right with is visually of our dream and we go out there and try to put out there. but the magic of this and I cannot wait to wash documentary having ten more episodes getting out about this but the concept of our free be successful it's not just going out there and dabbling or there I'm going to read a book I'm GonNa go try to whatever it's like here we go making something happen every single day. What are you doing every single day to make your dream come true right like what is it right for most of us if we're satisfied publishing I duNno Nathan Berry who is the founder kid? Really good solid off a program He said the same thing is like I'm gonNA write a blog post every single day for a year a sat down and he started doing it and I was really hard right but then got in the habit of this like every damn. Sit down. I'M GONNA reading thousand words red thousand every minute early morning. Yeah. Thousand words, thousand words, and by the time a year cup up his company had blown up. Things happen from it, and so I think for all of us men they just they just serve such a good reminder. How do we publish something every single day? Right and so this is the rallying call K. as you hazard going to commit to this and say, okay, I'm GonNa do this. Calls. So here we go. Making something happened every single day. So what does that for you? What is that lever with the thing you do every single day it's GonNa. Change everything for you. You've got to figure out exactly what that is and then focus on and do it consistently every single day for you. If you do that a couple things happen number one, you will find your voice gay I, guarantee them for formula show every single day for your what happened they got better they will like if people didn't like they like they, they mastered their craft right. The second thing is that as they're going out there and doing this over and over and over again, the consistency gave their audience a chance to find them. I talked about and traffic secrets because we'll. I shared another one of Nathan varies. Thousand. Blog posts are hundred bog whatever hundred, sixty, five blog posts. He did that year. When was called you have to endure long enough to get noticed talked about they said you know it's interesting because you think about. TV shows or movies or documentaries like like how many TV shows did you find out about like season four or five rice at the the problems are so much content being created all the time that That the market the waits to to see what's good enough is going to rise to the top right and so it's it's testing. You I think for all of US I. Okay. The Universe God the market you know whoever testing you see. Do you really want this? How bad you want how bad you care about your message to hear anything to be a blog once a week about it and you care if you're gonNA blind date about it do you care about the every single day? You're GonNa make something happen because if you do if you are. Then you get rewarded tethers reason now that I'm having still having so much success in my business, right? Despite the ups and the downs in the all the things I have been doing this. Now for eighteen years, eighteen years I've been beating this drum over and over and over I beat this drum when nobody was listening I beat this drum when people were angry at Stroman when clients relieving beat this drama kept doing it and doing it and doing it because I believed it so much because I cared about semester I knew the impact he could and would have if I just kept doing it kept doing it kept doing it and now eighteen years later. I'm still learning. So becoming better I'm still I still make tons of stupid mistakes. Right? Eighteen years letter later I found my voice right and my audience is finding me and it will continue to hopefully continue to grow and keep evolving. But that's definitely what's what's happening. So
Absentee-Ballot Expansion Promotes Early Voting This Year
"Early than ever before, way more at 2.5 weeks before Election Day, Some states are already up to a third of their total turnouts from 2016. That's being driven by absentee ballot expansion all over the country because of the pandemic and a surge of in person early voting, But not everything has gone smoothly. We've seen long lines in Georgia and Texas and tens of thousands of mistakes with mail ballots. Joining us now to talk about all of this is NPR's Miles parks who covers voting. Hey, miles high there. So just how big has the early voting this year? It's been huge, more than 17. Million people have voted already, according to this database compiled by University of Florida professor Michael McDonald, and it's hard to really overstate how unprecedented that is. You know, it's about five times as many people who had voted at the same time in the 2016 cycle. Target smart. This data firm that works with Democrats has done some analysis on the initial numbers has been significantly more Democrats than Republicans, which isn't that surprising when you consider you know the sort of rhetoric President Trump specifically is used about vote by mail, But there are also some other interesting trends. You know, we're seeing more than seven times as many African American voters at this point now, as opposed to 2016 Which seems to be driven by this increase in early voting access in states with higher black populations like North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia. That's interesting. Well, we have been seeing pictures of these long lines at many of these early polling places. Can you talk about how smoothly the vote has been going so far? Yeah, There's clearly been some hiccups with in person and with vote by mail options, it seems like computer problems have contributed to a lot of the in person delays that people have seen photos off in Georgia. The database used to check people in was slowed down because of all of this traffic on the website. There were similar stories in Texas Houston Public Media's Elizabeth Tro Vel spoke to a voter named Renee, who spent nearly four hours in line going to three different precincts. I cry. I frankly think it's a form of voter suppression. There's no way there should be a glitch on the first day of early voting. No way and then you're gonna tell me I gotta one place and they say it's the printer. Come over here. This is the printer. Then they said the main system I've just never seen anything like this ever. You know this is a tough problem for election officials. Obviously, no one should have to wait that long to vote. But we also knew the pandemic, combined with potentially historic turnout would be in some problems for in person. Voting and lines do usually get better, I should say after the first couple days of early voting the wait times in Gwinnett County, Georgia, for instance, which was showing waits at 234 hours earlier this week on its online tracker today, when you look it was mostly under an hour. Well, what about voting by mail? I mean, a lot of people have been worried about the post office handling so many ballots are those concerns justified so far. Yeah, I mean, we've seen a lot of administrative errors, reports of administrative errors with the absentee balloting. Just yesterday in Pennsylvania, Allegheny County announced that 28,000 voters got mailed the wrong ballots, but it's also important to realize scale. We're talking about thousands of ballots, but 80 million ballots have been requested nationwide. Here's former deputy Postmaster general Ron Stroman. Despite some of those concerns, things were going at this point I'm reasonably well, Stroman said. It's important to remember that if you're hearing about a mistake at this point in the election, like in Allegheny County, for instance, officials realized their errors early enough to send out new ballots and fix the problems. That is NPR's miles. Parks. Thank you, Miles. Thank you. One company
New York Mets' DeGrom and Yankees' LeMahieu Both Placed on Injured List
"Jacob. degrom the mets we all know Jacob degrom, but he was crash from his start on Friday. With a against the phillies with some next stiffness, he'll start his planning on starting against the marlins Miami and you know. I'm surprised actually pitching to be completely honest because. The season is pretty much I. Mean I guess that he would be. He would basically just be doing it so he could get paid at this point, but I mean he would get his prorated salary regardless if he was playing or not at the mets are nine and fourteen therefore games out of the. Four Games out of the East lead they've already lost one two of their best players with marcus, stroman and Noah syndergaard. Know. Why he would even play. It doesn't look like the mets are really going to be doing anything in the division. So. I mean. A. Whole I'll just come back through another game and then and then pretty much just opt out of the season if I were him but. You know he's he's out there playing and he's doing a great job this season and you know you gotta come you got you give him his props for endlessly fighting for the New York mets even then they haven't. You know they've been trying to hold onto whatever relevancy they've had since the I think it was Twenty Sixteen World Series, Twenty Fifteen, twenty, six world series when they lost to the Kansas city royals but alongside him another one in another player from the Bronx went down this weekend. Dj Lemay Hugh. Aaron Boone said the digital mayhew is going to be out for about two to three weeks. He was placed on the ten day de L. With thumbs strain. Suffered it just on a swing in the fourth innings. Nathan you've all the which is not. Not a good sign for the New York Yankees but I mean they're they brought up Miguel and do hard their defense is going to go down but their offense will stay. Will stay you know. Fairly even Keel for the most part I would say they would go down a little bit because Dj here's a four hundred hater and Miguel Angel Harz in anything like that. But I think M Miguel and do Haro. You'll love the at a little bit more power to the lineup. And? They'll lose a little bit of the base but I mean they're they're crews in right now. So I mean it's not going to hurt the Yankees a little too much.
"stroman" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Altogether raise finally had his American dream and he was living at when his life crashed into mark. Stroman once again life on death row is an exercise in tedium. Every day was the same. Same routine seemed food. Same sell mark would try to break up the time by working out or staring out the window for long stretches of time but mostly he spent time thinking at first. He was still filled with hatred. He hated the men who were responsible for putting him. There heated the Fat Guard. Who were clearly eating better than him. Most of all he was hating himself. Death row gave mark a lot of time to think about what he had done and why he had done it. This change was documented by Israeli filmmaker Alan Sieve. Yvonne was looking for a subject for his next documentary film. When he came across mark story he was immediately intrigued and ask for an interview. Mark accepted an eel on was completely unprepared for what mark would say during that first interview quote he was such an emotional mess crying and tearing up all the time he was so vulnerable. And I wasn't expecting that I was expecting a pathological serial killer. He went on to describe. How marks transformation happened in stages quote in two thousand four. He already knew he done something wrong. But at that time he didn't make any connection with the beauty held and their impact on his behavior. He was still saying he was an American Patriot. He did what Americans wanted to do. But that only he was crazy enough to do it. What really convinced. Eland of March transformation was what he said after the Fort Hood massacre in two thousand nine mark told him he was very angry at this crazy Muslim. Who had shot everyone but he lawn told him he saw the perpetrator as just a crazy screwed up. Individual who just as much represented Muslims as mark represented White Christians that seemed to hit home for mark and signaled a major turn in his attitude. The time in prison combined with his growing friendship with Alon began to Change Mark. He started out feeling no remorse for what he done. But that slowly changed over time and his last years in prison were spent avoiding trouble mark even began to deny his white supremacist beliefs. When he was ultimately executed he finally apologized and took accountability for the lives. He so carelessly stole some of his final words were quoted in a CNN. Article called Texas Inmate. Set to die for hate crimes in nine eleven. Wake quote. I am a human being and made a terrible mistake out of love grief and anger and let's just say I could not think clearly anymore and I'm sorry to say I made innocent. People pay for my rage anger. Grief and loss as a deadly cocktail of drugs hit his bloodstream. He looked through the window. Saying I love you to the five friends. Who Were there watching? He counted down as a drugs. Took effect and about eleven minutes later at eight fifty three. Pm He was pronounced dead. The suit of Patel's relatives did not attend the execution but they did have a police representative in their place because his second victim raise filed a lawsuit to reverse marks execution. It was delayed for around three hours. But the United States Supreme Court denied raise his request and therefore the execution proceeded raise bouillon coped with his injuries and loss in a very different manner than most he forgave raise desperately tried not to only stay marks execution but to halted altogether his beliefs as a religious. Muslim meant that he felt compelled to forgive mark in the same New York. Times article I previously mentioned raise was quoted as saying I was raised very well by my parents and teachers even if they hurt you. Don't take revenge forgive them. I decided that forgiveness was not enough. That what he did was out of ignorance. I decided I had to do something to save this person's life that killing someone in Dallas is not an answer for what happened on September eleventh. He's another human being like me. Raise started a petition to reverse marks life sentence even developing a website and setting up a meeting with state officials to spare the life of the man that tried to kill him knowing how the crime happened and the subsequent injuries that affected raise. It is truly incredible that he can show so much forgiveness towards mark while raise wasn't successful and preventing marks execution. He did continue to advocate as a human rights activist by founding the nonprofit organization called world without hate. He fought for the life of his murderer and preached for tolerance for minorities. And we'll car. Hassan was only forty six years old. When he was murdered he moved to pleasant. Grove from New Jersey around a year prior. He planned to bring his family with him. Once he was able to establish himself with a home and employment they wanted to start a new life but sadly within a year will car was dead and unable to pursue the dream with his family any further. What is even more tragic. Is that when he was killed will car applied for a green card but his application became. Nolan void upon his death. The newsmen his family was under the threat of deportation on top of having to mourn the husband and father they adored while no one could blame them for not wanting to stay in the country. That cost them so much. We'll cars family did want to stay in the community that they felt was home. The Hasan's community loved them back and consider them victims of nine eleven in two thousand four with the help of United States. Representative Rush Holt. They were granted. Legal residency permanently marks. Last meal was a ham and cheese omelette with onions. Tomatoes Bacon Potatoes Chicken Fried steak pork chops with sunny side up eggs fried squash and Okra Dr Pepper and for Dessert. Bluebell Vanilla ice cream and a few lines taken directly from marks blog. He is quoted greetings and respect. My name is Mark Stroman and I am currently awaiting execution in this modernize dungeon of death that most call Texas death row. It's a nightmare to come to life. I cannot tell you that I am an innocent man. I am not asking you to feel sorry for me and I won't hide the truth. I am sorry to say I made innocent. People pay for my rage anger grief and loss. I have destroyed my victims families as well as my own. I see things so much clearer now. Life is precious and full of surprises with respect. I remain in the struggle mark stroman. Okay Fan club members as I conclude this episode. My one question to you is. How will you sleep tonight? Thank you for listening..
"stroman" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Was shocked. He left driving back to his auto body shop in a daze. After a few moments a strange thought came into his head. He wondered if a man who once worked for him. A man who was prone to making threats about killing Arabs could have been involved. He had been in touch with mark stroman and a long time but Tom had heard through the grapevine that mark may have been involved with a string of robberies at targeted Arab ran businesses. Tom Had thought that mark was all talk but maybe he wasn't just in case he called a big shot prosecutor friend with his concerns he told the prosecutor that if there was surveillance and if that surveillance showed a man with to hog thighs for arms covered in tattoos to give. Tom A call. It didn't take long for mosquito police to get in touch with Tom. They drag him into the station and had him write an initial statement before watching the surveillance. Tape the tape showed mark wearing a fake beard screaming advocacy. Would've to open the register as a man was bleeding out on the floor. There was no doubt in Tom's mind that it was his former employees on the tape. Police had what they needed to make an arrest on October. Fifth Dallas Police intercepted mark. He pulled into his house mark trying to run from his thunderbird into the back of his house but was quickly apprehended while he was running. Mark dropped Chrome Smith and Wesson out of his waistband leader. Police would remark that after he was read his Miranda rights and while he was being questioned mark was laughing and crying at the same time prosecutors. Were looking to put mark away for the longest time possible and wanted to use their strongest case to do so on November fifteenth. Two thousand one mark was indicted by a Dallas County grand jury for the capital murder of a suit if Patel mark admitted to the murder as well as the murder of will car and attempted murder of raise an inmate. That mark confessed to testified in Mark's trial that mark had case for Sudan store and didn't see any cameras mark also told the inmate that had he not been caught. His next plan was to go to a shopping mall and start shooting everyone who looked Middle Eastern on April second two thousand and two Mark Stroman was found guilty of capital murder on April fourth after separate punishment. Hearing Mark was sentenced to death during the punishment hearing the jury heard all about marks troubles with the law marks run INS with the law began as a juvenile when he was convicted of aggravated robbery car theft and burglary of a habitation at least twice an interview with a psychologist as an adult revealed that beginning at the age of nine mark began stealing bicycles and cars sold and used drugs. Ran Away from home and was disruptive in school the Superintendent of the Collin County juvenile detention center testified that mark was not successful in juvenile probation and did not take advantage of any of the programs offered to help tree destruc- addiction he further described mark as troubled and in need of guidance and counseling. It's no surprise that mark continued with his criminal behavior into adulthood. Dallas police. Sergeant testified that he arrested mark for possession of an illegal switchblade on September twentieth. Nineteen ninety-five mark was arrested again on November Fifteenth Nineteen Eighty nine when he was found with brass knuckles and illegal weapon under Texas law at the time. Mark was also convicted of burglary and sentenced to two years in prison after ransacking. A man's home and stealing jewelry clothes checks and rifles. Mark emptied the man's bank account by writing hot checks and the man never got his property back on November. Six nine hundred ninety mark stole a woman's purse and used her credit cards. He was convicted of robbery and sentenced to eight years in prison as well as an additional two years for card abuse on July fourteenth. Two thousand one mark was arrested for bringing an illegal firearm into an establishment that sold alcohol. He was indicted for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon but was released on bond on July sixteenth. Two thousand one mark was on bond when he committed the murders of car and Vasudev and the attempted murder of raise. With all of this information in mind it was no wonder that the jury would consider mark too dangerous to ever be let back into society let alone continue to live in it during the punishment phase. Mark did have people testify in his defence. Tina stroman marks. Maternal aunt told the jury about marks difficult upbringing born October thirteenth nineteen. Sixty-nine mark lived his life as Mark Baker for many years until he learned the truth that his father was not Wallace Baker. But an old boyfriend of Mark's mother who you would never come to know. According to Tina Mark's mother Sandra and stepfather were not interested in being parents. Sandra's other sisters who Carlson also testified about mark's childhood. She said that not long. After mark was born Sandra ran off leaving mark and his two sisters with her mother. A few months later the family got a call from a hospital. In Shreveport Louisiana Sandra had been found lying in the gutter. She was also pregnant. Sue testified that Sandra gave birth to twins gave him up for adoption then came back home to her children. Sue also testified about Sandra being a compulsive neat freak who would never allow her children to sit on the furniture. Wallace often verbally and physically abused mark to Antoine an already stressful environment. Sandra Wallace were heavy drinkers. Who's drinking often led to screaming and fighting while they were drinking? The children had to be in their bedrooms because wallace would want to eat his dinner and drink in peace without the children around sue testify to a Christmas that she remembered where the children eight in their bedroom. So Wallace could drink at dinner but the witness. Who would testify? The most ardently in Mark's defense was his ex wife. Tina Tina gave birth to their daughter amber on September. Ninth Nineteen Eighty Five. They got married in January. Nineteen eighty six. When Mark was sixteen years old and Tina was fifteen. The small family live down the street from family and though the couple loved each other they fought constantly despite having a family to take care of. Or maybe because of it mark was arrested for burglarizing building on Christmas Day in Nineteen eighty-six. His lawyer at the time argued. That crime was just for stealing food. Nevertheless it put mark back on law enforcement's radar three weeks after his arrest. Tina gave birth to their second child. A boy named Robert in October. Nineteen eighty-seven mark was arrested again. For a string of burglaries he committed with a friend. It was at this point. Things were also starting to go downhill with Tina. There was an incident where Tina gotta Gash on her neck that she swears she did not get from mark and stench claims that she cut her wrist in an attempt to gain marks attention because she felt like she lost his love after a struggle with the knife. Tina received a stab wound to the neck. It wasn't long after this incident. When on September Eighth Nineteen eighty-eight that Tina gave birth to their third child? Erica Martinez relationship was more off than on at that point and it was well known that America was not his child but to mark's credit. He always treated her as if she were his own. The jury also heard from Tina about mark's grandfather coming to visit him during one of Stinson. Jail is grandfather said that he would probably die. While mark was serving his sentence he also said that mark would probably lose his wife. Both statements proved to be prophetic. Despite the testimony about marks difficult upbringing. The jury did not take any pity on him. Mark Stroman vialed. Multiple appeals against a sentence with a few of them going all the way to the United States Supreme Court. This on culminated with Mark. Filing for clemency with Texas Board of Pardons and Parole in June. Two thousand eleven which was ultimately denied. Mark was now out of options and sentenced to die by lethal injection. But as much as this is a story of one man's hate it is also a story of one man's forgiveness after his injury race faced a long road to recovery. He didn't just have physical injuries to recover from but emotional ones as well as his medical debt piled up ray struggled to reintegrate himself back into the real world with someone else like mark find him and finish the job thoughts like these plagued raise as he saw his American dream. Slowly slip away. I'm going to pause a case right here..
"stroman" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"On September fifteenth. Two thousand one will car. Hassan was grilling hamburgers in his convenience. Store MOMS grocery in the pleasant Grove neighborhood of Dallas Texas Forty. Six year old will car left his wife. Garri and four daughters Nita. A SUNA on an extra in Milton New Jersey to find better economic opportunities for the family that had immigrated from Pakistan thirty-one-year-old Mark Stroman and admitted white supremacist. Who was angry about the attacks on the World Trade Center was looking for revenge? He would later say quote. This was not a crime of hate but an act of passion and patriotism an act of country and commitment inactive retribution and recompose. This was not done during peacetime but at wartime mark walked into moms grocery and shot car in the head killing him where he stood on September twenty first two thousand one twenty-seven-year-old raise Bouillon was working at Buckner Food Mart in Central Dallas. Ray spent his first two years in America. Living in New York moved to Dallas at the beginning of the summer on the advice of a friend once he realized he could afford to study. Pay His rent and work. The choice was easy to make back in his home in Bangladesh. Raise was no slacker. He was an air force pilot in qualified. As a Microsoft certified systems engineer. He had a fiance a Beata whom you was madly in love with but his dream was to live in America so when he won the proverbial lottery a diversity visa. He was willing to start all over to live in the country of his dreams at Buckner Food Mart raise was used to getting robbed but the day Mark. Stroman walked into a store with forever changed. His life raised told his story to the New York Times. It was September Twenty First Two Thousand Warner on twelve thirty PM. I was working in a furnace gas station in Dallas Texas and.
"stroman" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"Just a reminder. I am going to be on the get vocal APP every Thursday at seven pm central to talk all things. True Crime. It's a great way for you to interact with me and listeners of the show had to get vocal that's G. E. T. V. O. K. L. DOT com or download the APP on the APP store. And I'll see you there. This Thursday explicit content is bound in this episode so listener discretion is advised. Welcome back to the true crime. Fan Club. Podcast. I'm your host Laney. The events of September eleventh two thousand one left Amir cover ealing. Most of US felt bewildered shocked and saddened. We took those feelings and rallied together. Doing whatever we could help the victims of the worst terrorist attack to take place on American soil but some of US couldn't shake the overwhelming feeling of rage towards the perpetrators of the attack. They looked at their neighbors. The ones who spoke with certain accents talked in different languages or wore certain types of clothing and deemed them the enemy violence against the Muslim community as well as those mistaken as Muslim began in earnest as fear and anger began to take over a portion of the American population. One of those people was mark. Anthony Stroman a man who saw himself as a patriot. Who is exacting revenge against the victims of nine eleven as he went on a killing spree in Dallas Texas? Okay onto the show.
AP source: Proposal would let Betts, Bauer go free in fall
"There may not be much of a baseball season this year if at all but free agency is the likely APS learn that Major League Baseball Players Association are negotiating deal that would credit major leaguers with the same service time this year that they aren't in twenty nineteen if there's no season because of the corona virus pandemic those stars such as Mookie Betts now with the Dodgers George Springer of the Astros and pitchers Trevor Bauer Marcus Stroman would all be eligible for free agency the proposed agreement will also allow as many regular season games it's feasible this year with the possibility of expanding the playoffs on a one time basis I'm John Merriam
Cortisol: What It Does & How To Regulate It
"All is often called the stress hormone because of its connection to the stress response however cortisol is much more than just a hole in this released. When we're stressed it's one of the steroid homes and it's made in the ADRENAL guns. So most cells within the body cortisol receptors and the secretion of course oil is controlled by the hypothalamus. The church rebound on the ADRENAL gland and together. They're often referred to as the HBA access web. MD described Cortisol as nature's alarm system. It works with certain. Poke your brain to control your mood. Hilo Survey Shen and fear and especially in helping fuel your body's fight or flight instinct in a situation of crisis Sokoto levels can fluctuate among individuals and then people at different times of the day so normally cords those present in the body at high levels in the morning thing and its lowest at night and then the cycle will repeat daily. Most of our body cells have cortisol receptors so it affects many different functions in the body. The hypothalamus Ella. And the treasury land can really sense whether the level of Cortisol in the blood is at the optimal levels of the levels. Too Low you're just the amounts of Holman it makes and vice versa. Your Reno Gladdens. Pick up these signals. They Find Shunde amounts of cortisol lay release the receptors as I said there are many different cells in the body as as well also use the whole nut in different ways and all needs because all differ from day to day. Say for instance when your body's on high alert cortisol can alter or shutdown functions that it gets in the way Saddam I includes you'll digestible reproductive systems or your immune system to really focus on releasing cortisol and giving you that vital flights instinct so the functions that the court so might be involved in include helping control your blood sugar levels regulating your metabolism helping to judicial inflammation and assisting thing with memory formulation as well and his controlling effect on salt and water balance and helps control blood pressure and then within a also supports the development of the fetus during during pregnancy as well so it makes crucial whole note to protect overall health and well big to where does the link of course all Stroman Nielsen here. Ono dangerous levels of course solar solar increasing cortisol levels in the body. Say where this will come from. Let Your Body perceives stress. Your adrenal glands. Other said make release the coastal intial bloodstream. And this causes. Is it increasing your heart rate on your blood pressure and the whole trick is a flood of glucose stop supplies and immediate energy. Large Muscle was lost. Also inhibiting insulin. Production Reduction so that glucose work be stored but will be available. For media's use it also narrows your arteries whilst another home at the effort increases your heart rate right so working together. They fall short blood to pump harder and faster as you confront as The situation of conflict you might be and so when you're in a constantly hi pace false coach that steaming or leading you to a loss of high stress this can lead to higher more prolonged levels of cortisol in the bloodstream. Obviously because if they halston constant blood pumping around your body to your heart. Working Foster are the narrowing of the arteries it can lead to some negative effects. Such as high as I said high blood pressure it can lead to impaired cognitive performance a decrease in muscle tissue lowered immunity and inflammatory responses in the body and also increased abdominal fat. But why why is this happening really so the way game is often resolve yourselves crying out for energy. Because you're using the energy from the glucose instantly and so your body may send signals to your brain. You're hungry and you need to eat so again. You keep eating as you know. Having energy stored for later use the constricted arteries and high blood pressure can lead to blood vessel damage plaque buildup in your arteries and this could set the stage for a hostile stroke but there are ways to take action. Obviously see your doctor if you're having any symptoms solve chronicle stressful had higher levels of stress for a long period of time. Make sure you're aware and you reflect on whether you are stressful. Take time out of your day to manage this Lupi through a mindfulness breathing exercise or some form of physical exercise like yoga or even run and show getting adequate sleep and if needed take some time away and spend it your friends and your family because all of this can contribute to lowering your stress levels and therefore lowering your coastal levels to proventil proventil. The issues I've just laid out
"stroman" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Bless and I'm sure this the shepherds rejoice so much and left since the and tempers Stroman and when while the adults look forward to Christmas gifts and the young ones can't wait to open their presents there's.
Mets' Pete Alonso ties Aaron Judge's all-time rookie record with 52nd home run
"At Citi field on Friday night Mets rookie first baseman Pete Alonso club his fifty second home run of the season tying Yankee Erin judges Major League rookie home run record the bench defeated the Atlanta Braves for two JD Davis went two for four and hit his twenty first home run of the season Marcus Stroman pitched six innings giving up two runs to improve his record to ten and thirteen on his final start of the twenty nineteen season seven Lugo pitched a scoreless ninth to pick up his six that same Saturday night Stephen mats will take the hill of for the Mets as he looks for his eleventh win of the season and Pete Alonso looks to wrestle the rookie home run record away from Erin judge meanwhile down in Texas the Yankees on Friday night beat the Rangers in a fourteen seven slug fest the Yankees saw Giancarlo Stanton Cameron Maybin Brett Gardner G. O. or Shelagh Austin Romijn and Mike for all go deep all the Yankees in total had eighteen it's Stephen Tarpley picked up the way one of nine Yankee pitchers for the evening but we Severino makes his third start of the season Saturday night for
"stroman" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"At the moves he made especially especially in the winter and they haven't really panned out and you wanna give credit to sandy alderson. You wanna go back way back alarm and i and how they created that that's that's fine but i believed that the team that started spring training here when healthy should have competed for a division title. I've always been and maybe i'm i'm blind and i have no real allegiance to them. I've always been a proponent of the mets and i thought the stroman deal was genius for several reasons as of yet it that you're so you want him on your team. Be you take him away from other teams including one arguably in your own city that wanted him <hes>. He brings her competitive. The fire the one thing about the mets as great as degrom has been. You and i know jacob degrom. He's as nice guy. There is on the planet. I mean he would just as soon talk. Talk to you about the i._r._s. Investigating some things then he would baseball he's just a real good decent guy that somebody like stroman pitching at home on a friday night when the weather's beautiful and you're in a race like that that is the guy you want to say strasbourg heat. He is the max scherzer personality to me that they've been lacking syndergaard is like judge walks out and you're like my guy. That guy is huge. I would never wanna fight him but there's not a lot of fire that goes with him. Stroman will bring that energy in that excitement. I i liked the deal that i love where we're the mets are so in and in the end the answer to your question urinating. It and i'm not you you had them dead. You're an idiot. That's okay wait. We might be out of the idiot tool. That's okay by the way marcus can stroman and stephen matt's played against each other in high school and i think it was their senior year. The pitcher of the year in the county was is marcus stroman and the hitter of the year in the county was stephen mats and now of course they are teammates with the mets and again tonight. Stroman will make his debut at city field as a member of the mets. It should be great now. Rather you know the red sox really really well. What did you make of chris sale the last night and is there. Is there a chance that great performance starts the red sox in the right direction towards making the play offs right. I love the red sox manager. <hes> i don't love the consistency that the red sox have shown all year sale sale is the perfect foil for that where we have seen a handful of those types of games <hes> i would refuse to assume that the boat that the red sox sailed in on last night is now going to flow for the remainder of the year. No i think they've been too inconsistent. Offensively league..
At Trade Deadline, the Mets Keep Their Arms and Vow to Contend
"Can you believe that we got to the deadline and the mets turned out to be buyers because they sold nothing. They didn't trade syndergaard. They didn't Trae Zack Wheeler that in trade todd frazier. I guess they traded Jason Vargas yes but still the mets basically were buyers before the deadline. I don't get it Sarah. I don't get it and honestly even though people people were somewhat high on the mets entering this year. I don't think I even would have believed that if you told me that on March first hey we're going to get to the trade deadline. The mets are just GonNa get Marcus Stroman. Okay get rid of Jason Burs like I never I never would have believed that. I was pretty surprised I feel like they had some players that you know teams would've wanted. I think I even saw a rumor or about Luis avalon on twitter last night. I forget who it was saying. That teams are interested. I mean I don't understand necessarily not not doing those things and it's it's. It's just interesting. I mean now they're in this interesting situation with Zack Wheeler where I don't know that they're really even in the position where they would want to pay him the qualifying offer and if they if he does take it and if he doesn't then I'm sure they're not going to be in a position to really negotiate with what he's going to want. So that's an odd one one and I don't know I feel like they're just so many moves out there that can be made and one thing that we saw today is a lot of those kind of August I two thirty thirty first deals sort of happen today because they can't happen you know moving forward with the new way that it has this year like that Corey Dickerson trade to me seemed like a waiver kind of trade trade that we might see on August fifteenth and a previous year and is interesting with the mets didn't even attempt something like that. I mean one name that stuck out to me was John Ryan Murphy who is going going to the braves. I feel like you know he would probably be appreciably better for the mess right now. Then Wilson Ramos or Tomas Nido even if he were in a backup role you know maybe NATO's role and it was interesting to me that they didn't even come through on a on a move like that because if you are kind of claiming to go all in and then I would expect more on that side at the the very least so it's it's really an odd one to make one move and have it be like the big splash got this all going and then that's basically it. I would love to be the agent for Marcus Marcus Stroman right now because you talk about emotional leverage that he has on the mets during the wintertime. If you were to say you know what I'm looking for a contract and try to bully them into doing something because that deal was sort of the centerpiece of their whole summer kind of like Brodie van wagon in did last summer on behalf of Jacob degrom. He bullied the mets into an
Winners and losers of the 2019 MLB trade deadline
"We'll talk a little bit more about what happened with the trade last night so I'm too teams in the Cincinnati Reds and the the New York Mets who are not really in contention in their respective divisions either the the Cincinnati Reds a little bit better off I think in terms of whether or not they think they can make a push towards the playoffs now they're in fourth place eight games out of their division with both the brewers and the cubs sitting right in front of them of course are in the center the got the cardinals up there as well so three teams between them in the top right he Pittsburgh Pirates who were team that was in the mix and Josh fell on an absolute tear at the beginning of the season I had I had sort of put them back into contention made them feel like a maybe the pirates were involved that was the one division baseball we looked up and down you said I don't know who's gonna win this thing clearly the cubs are a favorite we got five teams here could come out and do some damage you take a look at the the wild card standings now the Reds not looking so hot there six and a half games out but they do have one of the best rotations in all of baseball specifically in all of the National League now they could be doing something here and they've got this they've got this general manager Nick crawled not Nick Kroll not the comedian not that the dude from from the fantasy football shows that show called blanking on the name of that show it we came here if you can remember the name of that show that was a fun one the on assets was it was like the it might be just pop on Intel to me did the league the league dude phenomenal show the league I blanked on management off there for a couple years Nick Kroll of course rocks in on the league Nick Kroll the general manager of the Cincinnati Reds thank you and I'll be back bright arsenic crawl was promoted from the president of baseball lobster like the admin assistant to the general manager a couple years back for the ranch it ever since he's taking over as GM of the Reds he's been competitive and I think that's all you can ask for from a general manager number last offseason when nobody was making trades nobody was signing players and he was out here we want to do one for mac camp yes you'll pull weeds Alex would he was out here saying we're going to be a competitive team went out to get Sonny gray from the New York Yankees so this is a guy who's been aggressive now I'm liking that because two of the players that were traded in two of the top line pitchers in Marcus Stroman and then introvert our that were treated because they both have a year of team control beyond this year they've set themselves up now to try to be competitive this offseason and be competitive in the next year and the Reds well we've got a deficiency in offense they were not going to get anything for Yasiel per week he was a free agent the end of this year he was gonna leave more than likely again I'll see what I said when they traded for him yes simply doesn't scream Cincinnati to me he's not a guy why I look and I think man that died that day both with the Cincinnati Reds role about now barely like plan there any like fighting for because if you miss this last night we've got plenty of audio for you on the other side the Reds in the pirates got into a brawl and this was in a a match Muncie Madison Bumgarner I'm gonna bark at you is around the bases type stuff all this was an actual brawl and the the irony in all this is the brawl goes down like within two or three minutes of us finding out the yes yep week has been moved from the Cincinnati Reds to the Cleveland Indians after not familiar with what the trade is the went down Trevor Bauer of the Indians one of their front line starters how the Indians by the way also feel like air and they're right in the middle of their division known as well sit behind the the minister twins but Cleveland Indians right now are two games up in at number one wild card spot if you go when you look at the division they still got a chance to go and win their division three back to the Minnesota Twins so they traded one of their best pitcher Jim Trevor Bauer with again a year of team control beyond this season but they feel like they're getting Danny Salazar back they also feel like they're getting Corey Kluber back who have been throwing on the side cells are may be activated as early as later this week so Indians feel like they've got reinforcements they also filled two major holes to major deficiencies in their line up and that's that they went out they got friend know ray is from the the of the San Diego Padres to was rumors that poppers were looking to move either him or hunter Renfroe I think if you look around for was more of a a better corner outfielder and you've got a talent friend arrays who's really a designated hitter I so he's I mean he's got a slot right into a DH spot there in Cleveland and the Indians also make a cross state trade the three team deal that sends Yasiel Puig now are to the to the Cleveland Indians so it is I think I won this deal you get friend rants redid young power hitting designated hitter who you're gonna put your line it probably for the next decade or so you would hope you got pulley gal who's got playoff experience Tuesday he fighter who's the guy who gets under other teams getting he's been plants a pretty damn good baseball of late and you give up Trevor Bauer Trevor Bauer now goes to the Cincinnati Reds sort of a weird deal there the pod reason have given up login what login Allen was a back in young starter for them and they give up friend raises we mention the Cincinnati Reds though this is a peculiar one they give up their number one prospect in their organization now he had a down season is in Taylor Trammell but they do believe this guy projects to be a major leader in the next couple years I don't think he's played beyond double eight people on the tax line already I too and I'd say in my head hurt trying to figure out what the hell the potters are thinking with that trade I'll tell you what I think the Padres are thinking with that trade I think the thinking they're not done they know was sent to guard this offseason may still be a trade piece that the that the New York Mets are looking to move maybe they'll be looking to move Marcus Stroman there will be moves made this offseason but now the Padres which are already pretty stacked minor league system have set themselves up to go out making other moves and out and bring some pieces in that will help them be a competitive team I'm all about teams were not totally in the mix yet who are not totally competitive yet setting themselves up for future seasons and I think that's what we're seeing with the Padres a little bit more clearly than what we see with both the Reds and the Mets the Reds and the Mets in acquiring the two front line starters that were available that we knew were available have kind of thrown this whole buyer seller thing
"stroman" Discussed on Starting9
"This is sad because it'll be the point where I say Jay Wright and then he would say something like what up baby and then he'd read the questions. He's not here so I'll read the twitter questions Dallas or twitter question is is Milwaukee possible landing spot for Marcus Stroman <unk>. I feel we covered this earlier in the pod. I think minor minor is probably I feel like a feeling it's more likely but I would love to have stroman in Milwaukee a love for him to come here. I'm telling you I think stroman has got a better shot at going to Milwaukee and he does Atlanta. I think Mike minor goes to Atlanta so if we're talking about just Milwaukee being a potential essential landing spot yeah yes yes it is an absolutely potential and possible landing spot not only out of only out of need for Milwaukee but desire to pitch in a meaningful atmosphere atmosphere absolutely think about all the names that the brewers were linked to from a trade perspective last year that they just never went out and got <hes>. Do you think those trade pieces went anywhere. No they still yeah they still still have I mean if you can go and trade for many Machado pretty sure you can also make fuck in Marcus stroman trade happen so I wouldn't. I wouldn't rule them out the next twitter question by the way I'm rooting for that pretty hard. I'm rooting for that very if you are the Indians do you trade bauer or hand trade. Both keep both I'd probably trade. Brad Hand bowers a guy that you build around and Iraqis forgetting. It's like all right well if you want barley. He's fucking unbelievable. You'RE GONNA have to do this massive contract extension. That's just simply really not true because we also are not accounting for the fact that he's a psychopath that is is going year to year..
"stroman" Discussed on Starting9
"We'll get you back on later in the I'm yeah I'M GONNA. I'm going to break that Toronto Cherry this year. Let's get the six shooter I big thanks to Marcus Stroman for taking the time dogging gone right now Hugo Maman Naumann yeah a lot of great dogs in the spikes up tour. I'm telling you right now. Crops I will be the tip of the Spiro on this folks. We are bringing you a starting nine dog calendar dogs of starting nine. I'm telling that's a fucking. It's a it's a dream. You tell me you don't want that. Come on to that as a market that is not currently being filled barstool and I got that and I'm on all over the calendar market. I'm all over it. So what you need folks. Tell me. Do you want to owners wearing matching suits with the dogs. Do you want some action shots here. You let me know and I will bring you the dogs of starting night the dogs of starting nine that would be I mean I would take. I'll take five. I'm in for that. Are you kidding me. <hes> I've been in multiple dog calendar steered. Have you really I have I have been in multiple calendars. I don't even like to make it yourself ones. No no no no no. I actually <hes> I had it and I hate to laugh about this when I'm saying this right now <hes> but it was like a I got I got asked to do this calendar. I was like yeah fuck. You know whatever give my dachshund love so I take this picture with my dog and and at the time he's like a year and a half old so he's just you know in all his glory unclogged still at noon at him so just a huge great Dane Cock and balls everywhere and he's like standing on his hind legs with his front paws up on my shoulders so he's like six nine in the photo just huge piece everywhere they had to the head like looking photoshop at out because this could be mildly offensive for our audience and like for our audience. It's a fucking calendar. What are you talking about? Oh it was like the super heavy religious calendar like <hes> and I had no idea when I was getting up to taking pictures right so then they hit me with the like what's your favorite Bible verse. I and I'm like <hes> I think I dropped fucking John Three Sixteen 'cause I didn't WanNa Drop Austin three sixteen and just be a complete astle about it. I was like I don't know what fucking by. I don't know Man Bible verse. I don't know John Three sixteen sounds good eating so sixteen so we roll with that. I've grease the cover of I was actually in that same calendar with one Russ Springer. I've mentioned that name before on this podcast just to a quality American. American in my heart so we're doing it the starting nine dog calendar then I feel like I feel like you and I should be in the pictures with the dogs as well yeah yeah just like dressed up. You know maybe it's a little maybe it's a little safari already seen where no jared's safari hat on and maybe he's chasing around a little labrador with ally in Maine on. I don't know just just just workshop and stuff here. I mean creative juices fallen starting.
"stroman" Discussed on Starting9
"You looking at for? You know yourself which ones are most important to you where it's like. I need to do better in this area me honestly when I'm going good man. I'm not walking. Anybody and I'm going deepening games like that's pretty much like when you look at the scoreboard. I'm in the seventh eighth at eighty eighty pitches. I'm efficient. I got no walks like when I'm you and everything else kind of honestly takes care of itself. Yeah you know what I mean. Everything else falls into place when I have that that mindset in that goal then I started getting punched cheese and I start power-pitch and then I started doing that like that's my goal man. Go deep. Don't walk is how does how does Marcus Marcus stroman take his game now to the next level. What is what does something you've identified aside from disruption of timing that we we've gotten into <hes> aside from being healthy which I know how important that is yeah but at times I I believe that can be a crutch for us to say mobile unhealthy then why no shit you're healthy outer sent what what is it? That's GonNa make you click and take you to where you want to get working on consistency recency. I think I know my potential. I know what I can be. It's just a matter of going out there and putting it together for thirty two starts people don't realize how hard that is to do over the course of a year <hes> but I I was there in two thousand seventeen. You know what I mean and pretty much I I know I'm back right there to where my body was but I'm excited it's pretty much has gone out there and keeping my mental clear man off the field putting myself exactly where I need to be on the field and just gone out there and competing i. I can't wait for the future man. I'm sure you're is arriving giving very soon Toronto. Obviously you got <hes> the gladis of the world the bishops the Bijou's <hes> you talked about when you came to your first big-league camp and a guy like mark burly comes and takes you under his wing. Is there a guy in in the system right now. We're you could probably share some information to as they're making their first steps in the Big Leagues Yeah. I'm always feeling out information now man. I'm honestly starting to turn into that guy. I'm I was telling me and K._p.. Now we're the longest tenure I'm the longest tenure Blue Jay which like you think it's kind of like a rising star the gas. I still see myself like that too. I'm not established yet. I'm still building you mean but I'm one of the older guys in the clubhouse so yeah..
"stroman" Discussed on Starting9
"Promo code starting fifty or fifty percent off two or more pair. Let's go. I kind of somewhat of an idea where you fall on this one. But Marcus Stroman he was shimmying. He was staring down. The Red Sox dugout. He was quick pitching. He was staying on the rubber win. Guys were calling for time. I love this shit. I love it. And I'm a Red Sox fan, and he's doing it to the Red Sox on section ten Steve had a meltdown about this shit, and I was like, listen dude, your sheep, you are doing your like he was trying to trigger the dugout and he ended up triggering the dugout and the fan base you fell for it, as someone who is a professional troll on Twitter. I can snap my fingers and make Yankee Twitter dance on my command. When I tell you dance you dance, Marcus Stroman does the same thing on the mound, and I respect the hell out of that from one troll to another love it. So when he's out there and he's shimmying after strikeouts. And he's barking at whoever and he's quick pitch in and he's doing all this other shit. He's doing that because guess what? He's five foot. Ten us five ten guys, we gotta stick together. It's not a matter of doing this to be an annoying prick. It's a matter. Of. Hey every and you'll hear about this, we have the Marcus Stroman interview that we did down in Seraing training that we still haven't released yet. Maybe we'll do that next week. Now that this is a topic of conversation. The thing about Stroman is that he's going to use every advantage that he has every scout told him yet, you'll you might be a reliever at the big league level. At best, you might be a reliever. And now he's he's hit the two hundred inning plateau, as a starting pitcher at the big league level. So yet, like he's got a chip on his shoulder, and he doesn't have, you know, the stuff that max sherzer has Chris sale hazard. Jacob degrom has he doesn't have that type of stuff he has pretty good stuff, but he's still going to use. The advantage is where he can get them. And if he can get under your skin and take you off your game. And you allow that to happen. That's on you. That's on you, so, yeah, I, I had no problem with what showman was doing. And it worked. I mean he'd domino. Hated the Red Sox. But that's, that's what it is. And everything that you are mentioning is a byproduct of what he's doing physically on the mound within the game. And that's where I'm going to start with this is he is not changing the game. But there was a word used earlier in this podcast and used it loophole. This isn't a loophole, either right? This is the art of pitching as we have known it to be in our entire life to disrupt timing now, actually, living out and playing out as it has been spoken over our entire lifetime. This is physically disrupting timing, instead of disrupting timing via velocity and subtraction of velocity. This isn't disrupting timing via. Pitch location up in pitch location down in a way. That's not how he is disrupting timing. He'll do that. Oh, he'll do that he's gonna get to that. But it's going to start before the fuck and party even gets going. And that's what people have a problem with. That's what people are having an issue with because I think what's now starting to rear its ugly head and it's only ugly. If you're a hitter, is how often simply driven and how odds of authenticity geared this fucking game is because we're finally starting to see. Oh, let me get this straight. It is wait for you to get in the fucking box. Is it, it is wait until you're ready in your hands down from asking for time. And now on your is it. No. Guess what? It fucking eight and that's what Stroman telling you, because the.
"stroman" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Entities. Do not which I applaud them for. And then they have the inex- takeover show on Saturday night. I haven't heard a lot about that show as far as the buzz on who's on it. I know it's a real good card and some of the matches would be unthinking spectacular at worst. But I just haven't heard the online buzz that we normally do this close to inex- takeover because they're all great. Are we at a point now or taking those things lack the great presentations of inex-, t takeovers for granted may be may be. It's a challenging audience that these guys are dealing with because many of us have short attention spans, many of us want new many of us think we know more about how to do the business pro wrestling than do those that are doing it for living. To say money not on raw. I thought the highlight of the show was Martin Luther King video. Now somebody's gonna take that as JR's Knockin rawal. You're gonna say what you want to say. Anyway, I I can't I can't dissuade you from expressing yourself as Iranian and foolish as it might sound. But the video on Monday was just amazing piece of production in my view, truly excellent those type things when I was active in WWE always made me the proudest things like, you know, JBL Zygi do tribute to the troops. The charity works that the company did with Mikka wishes many many others. Those are the great days when you find yourself at work surrounding by volunteers in in the kids and things of that nature, his heart warming. So I appreciate the work that w. View production. People did their one twenty avenue producing a great video that if you haven't seen it, you should watch it and something sharable for sure at least that's my take on that. What I what I what else? Do. I remember on Monday night raw. Well, I thought fan valor had had a strong night. You know, they're trying to get him hot before he gets Brock list, obviously this Sunday. So the only thing I think that there's I think we all fans sometimes just promoters put too much stock in a loss. What if Finn Ballard upset Bron Stroman almond nut raw, and I can give you probably fifty legitimate ways that could have been facilitated is called booking? My point was does a single loss. The bronze Stroman in this scenario really allow him his shift to take on too much water. I don't think so. So my point was if you're going to get better truly ready for Brock lizard for the fans truly believe that there's a long shot that fan can defeat the beast and become the universal champion. Then why wouldn't you have better go over on Monday night, except well, we don't wanna be Brahm. Why is he that fragile? I thought it was mobile hostile. So I I have different philosophies on my point. I guess are just mcgurk Beck in the seventies. I told a guy on the phone who was trying to come into territory. The guy said what are you going to do with me leeward? So we'll see how it works out. We we need many top guys. And this guy says, well, you know, I I I I have a problem losing. Speaker speakerphone with I figure phones oversaw my life early seventies. It looked like a space station object of massive thing and wasn't cool. And slick like now, you know. So the guy says, 'i problem losing, LeRoy, LeRoy swell. If you have a problem losing, I may have a problem with you winning. And they agreed to disagree on the losses. And and they never the guy was not booked. So my point against Bill watch also say when you get to town, you should have a way to win a way to lose an away to return. That's how it was worked in the territory days. You have a way to lose. You have a way to win and you have a way to work return. Whether you're going up, you're going down. So that's my take on the Ballard thing, you know. He's he's a long shot at this. Obviously to beat a listener. But you never know you never know. What makes it fun? Right. I don't wanna see some spoilers. I don't wanna know..
"stroman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I'm not too bad man are you pretty good pretty good i got a quick trae proposition for yet right i've been looking at it for a few weeks i don't know if it works out i don't work for the yankees frazier and brand new jury to the blue jays for marcus strolling hi right seo new york kid what's worse out of the blue jays because they got so much slot in behind donaldson thousand ain't gonna play third base anymore he's leaving and then they get a elite outfielder you know what i mean it's like with with torres and and do har you know they're untouchable then you think of of of frazier and what he can accomplish i'm like but you know what he's not this they don't even have a place for him but that's what i was thinking of jamming yeah bill i don't like trade frazier either i like frazier a lot but i mean i think it works out for both teams got very great eight twenty twenty two and you say marcus stroman right yeah you know what his record is i know he just got back from the dl yeah he's i mean last year he was thirteen to nine with a three point o era but he was he's owen five with a six eight right now i trough ot in six zero behind the red sox forty two winnings fifty two hits thirty seven strikeouts i don't know that's i i know what you're saying you know if if he if he's right but i you know what i mean like wheeler or matt seems more interesting i'm probably couldn't get the deal done but that that would be great but you know that that's all right now is i mean the blue jays maybe and they're not going anywhere anytime soon so they're not gonna pay yeah but i think you give it up you know if if you said jewelry for him i said you sure frazier you're you're hoping he's back from injury i i just don't like dealing with guys who are coming off injury all right thank you very much all.
"stroman" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"stroman" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"I'm gonna man that's i gotta look at one thing on richard's before i before i kidding answer that currently not on the deal don't worry for me it's how is he going deep into games yet and he's not really guess taking corporate wow that feels weird to say marcus stroman yet him thirty six stroman michael fulmer you had him thirty ninth so you're already had him a little bit lower than you're putting new corbin but fomer pitching well so i figured out ask him in case you were moving fomer okay what about tommy obviously you know know to bummer starts since okay one more go a little bit higher you had this guy twenty ninth j arrietta coming off a giant start arrietta okay so i mean i don't i don't think any of those are unfair that's why didn't push back on on any of them now cole oh my god chris strat christine well he's number one gary cole twentysecond how would you be moving him as he talked ten yet i think he is agree okay so let's talk with some other top ten guys colour thor good luck even deciding like how can you even like what was the difference right four i guess yet because he's in the nfl maybe like that's yep yep like how much do i believe the mets are actually good like you know i mean no i think that's fair that's fairly i i can't really split like i have a hard time really making a distinction between those two.
"stroman" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Because it's going to feel like the odds are set in stone and that none of these teams could give up there'd favorite had position but you know if you have seven or something clear favorites odds are one of them is not going to end up aunt up yeah so yeah you've a bunch of injuries stack up or matt williams is your manager things can go wrong so it's not likely to happen but it happens from time to time there are no guarantees everyone knows you can't perfectly predict baseball so one last thing i wanted to mention oh by the way enter kashmir will make an extra one point five million if he wins the aol say it fat actor that into he hurt expectations the last thing i wanted to mention is a tweet by marcus stroman who lost his arbitration case with the blue jays this was his second time going through arbitration but he tweeted lost arbitration is what it is looking forward to going out and dealing again the negative things that were set against me by my own team will never leave my mind i'm thick skin so it will only fuel the fire can't wait for this year i thought it was amusing first that he said he was thickskinned but that he will never stop thinking about thinks that they said about him i guess what he believes is that it it like won't get him downer it won't stop him from performing or something but sons like the opposite of of thick skin really but anyway the point i want to make is you hear these things from time to time about players who just went through arbitration especially if they lost probably in it's just an unpleasant process relief for both sides particularly for the player aside from just you know the fact that players don't get paid with their worth in arbitration it's just not fun to sit there and hear your employer argue for why you should make less money this is why teams generally tried to avoid arbitration or one of the reasons can soured the.
"stroman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Al jackson deals with that he does have a veteran receiver and cam phillips to throw the football two philips has been outstanding this year catching the football is at a activists season already 34 catches a fifteen four average that's up door from twelve point nine yard average last year so he as his key goto guy in senior cam phillips all right for clemson kelly bryant of course leading the way on offense virginia tech defensively it's hard to figure they've put up good numbers but they've only played one team that's really any good that was west virginia that was in the opener how do you see clemson offensively matching up with the huskies defense kelly bryant's the case coming lots of subpar passing performance against boston college last week dr zero touchdowns to x now you go to blacksburg dealing with that crowd noise and that defense of speed yet think about a guy like tremain edmonds coming off the edge four and a half tackles for losses sack throw edmonds on the back in greg stroman are really good cover corner elites a team of five past breakup there are some nfl caliber talent with both edmonds and stroman when the defensive side for regime he attacked the kelly bryant's gonna have to deal with and if he can throw the football look for the typical guys ray ray mcleod hunter renfro dion qena to good group of guys that he's got to work with in this just feels like one of those games where we're talking to the second half watch for hunter renfro to find some space makes a big plays on thirddown figures to be a fourthquarter football game though no question i think clinton's defense is so good virginia tech stays away from a stakes are they can hang in there if they don't hitches snowballs downhill from there kelly brian has head overall very good your vice we'll see how he bounces back as i said from that subpar passing effort last week especially on the road and blacksburg can't wait to get that one.