35 Burst results for "Suarez"
Game 3 of the World Series Is Postponed Because of Rain
"A study ban of showers forced postponement of game three of the World Series between the Houston Astros and the Philadelphia Phillies With The Rain now that changes the rotation for the fills as manager rob Thompson will now go with rangers Suarez with reschedule game three Aaron nola takes the help and game four on Wednesday with Noah syndergaard or Kyle Gibson the game 5 starter on Thursday Michael luongo Philadelphia
Phillies, Cardinals meet in playoffs; first time since 2011
"The Philly survived a late season swoon to capture their first playoff birth since 2011 They went four and three versus the Cardinals during the regular season splitting a four game set in St. Louis but will the fills be the team that handled the red birds or the club that dropped 13 of its last 20 Zach Wheeler drew the game one assignment and it will be his first postseason outing Wheeler tossed 14 shutout innings over two starts versus the cards this season Aaron nola and ranger Suarez will follow when the rotation I'm Dave ferry
Phillies lose 5th straight, Cubs sweep season series 6-0
"The Phillies playoff chances continue to teeter following their 5th consecutive loss two zero against the cubs Patrick wisdom doubled twice and drove in a run Say a Suzuki was two for three as the cubs completed a three game sweep in which they limited the fills to three runs Winning pitcher Javier Assad allowed 5 hits and 5 scoreless innings Keegan Thompson tossed one hit ball over three innings for his first save of the year Ranger Suarez lost for the first time since June 29th allowing two runs in 7 hits over 6 frames I'm Dave ferry
George Kirby, Eugenio Suarez lead Mariners past Rangers, 3-1
"George Kirby and eugenia Suarez led the Mariners to a three one win over the rangers Kirby was coming off his worst adding the season and he fell behind one zero in the first inning before shutting down Texas He allowed 5 hits over 6 innings Suarez accounted for three of Seattle's 5 hits including an RBI double in the bottom of the first Mitch hannigan followed with the sac fly later in the inning to put the ems ahead The Mariners are four and a half games ahead of Baltimore for the final AL wild card as Seattle tries to secure its first playoff birth in 21 years I'm Dave ferry
Suárez, Eflin, Alvarado help Phillies shut out Braves
"Start a ranger Suarez get the better part of braves counterpart max freed and Philadelphia's one zero win over Atlanta Suarez will out just 5 hits while striking out four and picking up the wind and improved this record the tenant 5 Freed a lot of games only run in the bottom of the second and a sacrifice fly by man very free took the loss that dropped those marked to 13 and 7 Jose alvarado picked up the save for the phils who moved within a half game of the Padres for the second national league wild card spot Michael luongo Philadelphia
Judge hits 50th, Ohtani also goes deep as Angels edge Yanks
"The Yankees Aaron judge hit his 50th home run of the season but it came in a four to three loss to the angels It doesn't mean anything because we lost you know So we can talk about numbers and all that kind of stuff in the season's over with and we can review it but for right now most important thing for me is getting some wins The angels also played long ball getting home runs from Louise rendi fo Mike Ford and Shohei Ohtani all three coming off Frankie montas Jose Suarez came away the winner now 5 and 6 Mark Myers Anaheim
Kemp scores winning run on defensive misplay, A's beat M's
"The Mariners four game winning streak has ended with a four three ten inning loss to the a's Tony camp scored the winning run after pitcher Diego Castillo mishandled the high chopper in the tenth inning Camp also provided a two run single in the 5th but a eugenia Suarez tied it with a single only 8 for Seattle Ty France and Adam Frazier lifted sac flies for the Mariners who were tied with the Blue Jays for the first two AL wild card slots Staked to a two zero lead Logan Gilbert saw his winless streak extend to 8 starts I'm Dave ferry
Suarez's 2 homers, 5 RBIs lead Seattle to 10-2 win over A's
"The Mariners have a four game winning streak following a ten two route of the yays Ayo hani a Suarez did the heavy lifting with two home runs and 5 RBIs off losing pitcher Cole Irvin Suarez puts Seattle ahead for good with his first home run Marco Gonzalez allowed two runs over 5 and a third innings at beat Oakland for the third time this season Seattle maintains a half game lead over Toronto for the AL's top wild card spot The Mariners are 37 and 15 over their last 52 games Best in the league over that span Seattle has won 20 of its last 23 meetings with the athletics I'm Dave ferry
Mariners overcome Ohtani's 4 hits, sweep Angels 11-7
"The Mariners homeward four times while completing a three game sweep of the angels 11 7 Cal Raleigh had the first multi Homer game of his career delivering a solo shot in the 5th and a two run blast in the 9th That's cool You know I never done here so it's a special I'll remember it but you know I'll move on Hey eugenia Suarez and Jesse winker each hit two run homers for Seattle George Kirby pitched 6 hit ball into the 6th inning while getting ample run support in his third consecutive victory Shohei Ohtani had four hits and four RBIs for the angels including a two run Homer and an RBI triple I'm Dave ferry
Barrero gets game-ending hit as Reds beat Phillies 1-0
"The reds pulled out a one zero win over the Phillies on Jose Pereira's walk off single with two out in the 9th inning Albert almora junior drew a one out walk went to second on a base hit and scored on burritos grounder up the middle Rookie left hander Nikola dolo struck out 8 in a career high 7 innings for Cincinnati allowing 5 hits Alex HDI has got 6 outs for the win The fills took the first two games of the series and wasted a strong performance by ranger Suarez who allowed three hits with 8 strikeouts over 7 frames I'm Dave ferry
Seager 26th HR matches career high as Rangers beat M's 7-4
"Corey Seager matched a career high with his 26th home run and the rangers turned to three zero deficit into a 7 four win over the Mariners Seger solo shot gave Texas a 5 three lead in the 5th inning It came off Marco Gonzalez who surrendered 5 runs and 9 hits over 5 frames Baba Thompson drove in the tie breaking run with a squeeze bunt in the fourth inning A eugenia Suarez homerton had his sac fly for the Mariners who had won 9 straight against the rangers Brett Martin retired one batter and improved to one in 7 I'm Dave ferry
Vierling, Phils star on defense, end Mets' 6-game win streak
"The Phillies made it 13 out of 15 with a two to one ten inning win over the mets New York had won 16 of 18 coming into the game and had a great chance to win it in the bottom of the 9th but stalling Monte was thrown out at the plate by left Fielder Matt vealing The fills then reverse fortune in the top of the attempt to take a two to one lead when Alec baum had a sacrifice fly to right field Not trying to wait around and let him throw me all his stuff just get one over the plate and get it done It wasn't wasn't pretty it wasn't the easiest Started had to probably as fast as sprint speed of the year but it was enough New York's Max Scherzer and Phillies ranger Suarez each gave up just one run in 7 innings as the start is in this pitching duel Time area New York
Julio Rodriguez returns to lineup, Mariners beat Rangers
"The Mariners took over the first AL wild card position with a 6 two downing of the rangers Star rookie Julio Rodriguez got two hits in his return to the Seattle lineup including a tie breaking single with the bases loaded Rodriguez missed 11 straight games with a wrist injury A eugenio Suarez added a two run double in the 9th to close the scoring George Kirby improved to four and three allowing two runs and 7 hits over 5 and two thirds Taylor Hearn took the loss The outcome puts the M's a half game ahead of the Blue Jays in the wild card race I'm Dave fairy
Hoskins, streaking Phillies rout Nationals 11-5
"Fulfill this guy the only job on the nationals as they scored 6 runs in the bottom of the first enrichment 11 5 win Philadelphia got a solo home run by Reese Hoskins a three run Homer by Matt fielding and a two round triple by Bryson Scott Rhesus started all three games with a Homer so that kind of gives a little jolt and then everyone else kind of chipped in and had a big inning We just Suarez picked out the window and proved the way the vive Patrick Corbin took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia
Castillo, early power send Mariners past Cole, Yankees 7-3
"Luis Castillo won his Mariners debut when was staked to a 6 zero lead before he took the mound in a 7 three victory over the Yankees Castillo struck out 8 over 6 and two thirds allowing three runs and 5 hits He was acquired by Seattle from Cincinnati on Friday A eugenio Suarez Carlos Santana and Jared kell Nick Homer against Garrett Cole in the opening frame Cole blanked the M's the rest of the way but the damage was done as Seattle took the rubber match of the series Jesse winker homered in the 7th inning and shortstop JP Crawford made a pair of strong defensive plays with Castillo on the mound I'm Dave ferry
Elliott given Pocono win after Hamlin, Busch disqualified
"For only the second time and it's nearly 75 year history NASCAR disqualified at race winner and the runner up as the cars of teammates Denny Hamlin the winner and runner up Kyle Busch were found to be illegal in post race inspection that Pocono Raceway That moved chase Elliott from third to first NASCAR said the Joe Gibbs Racing cars had material in the front fascia that was found to be illegal and did not conform to the rule book The change moves Tyler Reddick to second and Daniel Suarez to third I'm Jerry
Schwarber hits NL-leading 29th HR, Phils rout Marlins 10-0
"Max Meyer was roughed up in his major league debut as the Phillies trounced the Marlins tend nothing Kyle schwarber belted his NL leading 29th Homer one of four hit by the Phillies after failing to score more than three runs in their previous 7 games Didi Gregorius furnished a home run in four RBIs for Philadelphia which also received round trippers from JT real Muto and Rhys Hoskins Meyer was pulled after real Muto's one out double and the 6th the third overall pick in the 2020 draft was reached for 5 runs and 7 hits Ranger Suarez tossed four hate ball over 5 innings to get the victory I'm Dave
Mariners rally past Rangers 6-5 for 11th consecutive victory
"The Mariners rallied to run their winning streak to 11 games turning a four run deficit into a 6 5 decision over the rangers The win streak is the second longest in club history topped only by a 15 game run in 2001 Trailing 5 one the M score twice in the 7th and added three in the 8th capped by ty France's two run single Sam haggerty had four hits including an inside the park home run Hey eugenia Suarez singled home appear in the 7th to start the rally The ems are 19 and three since following a season worst ten games under 500 on June 19th I'm Dave
"suarez" Discussed on NASCAR America
"How you doing? Find a new good, thank you. Gerardo? Get out of there. How are you, sir? Finds a new. We've never been here. Never been. And we're excited. Decided to see Daniel decided to see his city. The talent seems really industrial. All the way up there. Yeah. High risk is on the hill. Can also Daniel Suarez. It's very farmers in Mexico. You take it somewhere that we can really see all of the city. You might get a really good guess. So we get a good view of the whole city. Have you ever seen a flag so big? Wow. And then this is Monterey, right? Yeah. Just look how high up and it goes all the way that way. This is all new. I don't know what I expected, but it was not a thriving metropolitan area. And the amount of people blows my lines. You look around, I think, where could you put a racetrack? I just assumed Monterey was a rural community. God, the guy from out in the country comes to town, that kind of thing. Yeah. And then you come here and it's like, well, not. Right. It reminds me of being in LA. Of near like the Hollywood sign. You look out there. The difference is, with this many people in Southern California, there is tons of racetracks, tons of car culture, tons of communities. Here, there's only one race track with this many people to still grow up as a kid who wants to be a race car driver. To be that kind of hero behind the wheel. It's a lot harder to do that from here than anywhere that we can think of. Yes. Who did you look up to? There is nobody. Daniel's home track is just northeast of Monterey. It hosts several forms of racing and you can tell by the way Daniel talks of the venue that he cherishes every visit. Daniel, what's up? How you doing? Nice to see you, man. Thanks for having me. And this is awesome. I can't believe that you guys are here. The first racer where I grew up racing in Monterey is amazing. So this is really the only place in Monterey to race, right? He's go karts and road course racing the most popular racing here. Yeah, I will have as well that the drag race. That I'm raising here in Monterey is super, super popular. How old were you when you started racing here? When I started racing, I for real, 11. How different does this place look now? Yeah. The relationship is exactly the same. Did I say casting changed the thing when you came here for the first time? Was it like I'm going to be a race car driver? Or was it just fun? The very first time we were just for fun. I didn't have any idea about racing. But that was something new for me and you for my family. So I didn't have any goals to be a race car driver because for me that was an option. So being 14 or 15 and Monterey Mexico. And you're thinking, I can do this. I'm going to do this. But there was no set plan. Well, I do remember one thing when I was maybe 16 years old, my dad and I, we had a lot of conversations about what you just mentioned. I had my dad say this to me a lot of times. He said, hey, you know what?.
"suarez" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Think that he will get a win if at Atlanta or Daytona to lock himself in the playoffs? Sam, before we answer that, how old are you, buddy? 13. 13. That's so awesome. Is he your favorite driver? No, Brad Keselowski is okay, true michigander right here. That's awesome, Sam. Thanks for everything. Thanks, Conan. Great question. So the beauty for the 43 cars. So the answer to his question is, I don't see him winning to get into the playoffs. But now the positive I'm going to spend it as he listed Atlanta and Daytona as the plate tracks. I don't think he has to look at just play trash. Yes. I actually think he can win. That's great. Like, you know, for years and be like, oh, Daytona and lantern, Daytona Talladega, that's kind of their only chance. So while I am going to be a little negative Natalie and say, I don't think he's going to win. No knock on him. I just don't believe it in my heart. That's my real opinion. Not before the playoffs. Great point. But the flip side is, I don't think it's only the plate tracks that he could look at winning. I think he has an equal chance at winning everywhere, it's just they're good. Here's the difference. They're good because you don't expect to run in the top ten. That's right. We need to get them where we don't expect to run on the top 5 or top three, right? Like when a top ten is a good day, you're still not quite winning. When top 5 top three, you kind of get. I agree. And that was the point I was going to follow up with. It is this is, let's look at Daniel Suarez. He led labs. He runs second. He had an opportunity. He got looks at wins. He got looks at when. He wasn't complete in the deal. But he had two or three looks already this year. We look at Ross Chastain. He gets looks. When you get looks at winds, which means run in that top two or three, you're going to win a race. We've not seen Eric Jones get a look at a win yet. No. We've seen him get a look at solid top 5s. We've seen him be a solid top ten. They are better once they start the green flag. They are a good solid race team. I think you're right. Dave's making good calls. He's making good decisions on the racetrack. But you've got to get looks and they're not quite there yet. I don't believe that they're right. But they can run solid. And listen, all it takes sometimes is a lucky break here, a lucky break there. And you're there. You can't rehearse the clothes out of these races. No. You know, you can test, you can simulate, you can look at data. That's all great. Right. That's all technology. The human element. That's right. Comes down to, right? Like a golf tournament, you know, it's one over 72 holes. They all count. But those last three or four are the hardest, because that's when you can see the finish line. Same in racing, right? So, you know, and I'm a big believer in, just like as a crew chief, they didn't rehearse the time they were like, hey, man, are you not? You have the lead. You kind of play it over in your mind, but to tell it's the moment. And I really think that. That's true. He's wanting a lot of stuff. But he really wants this, right? So it's like, I just think you can't really rehearse those last few laps those last few runs. That's what makes the Suarez win. So impressive. So he just put those. Honestly, honestly, when Bush got behind him, I think he just ripped the mirror off and just said, I'm gonna do it. Because it was great. He hit his marks, run his pace, and looking backwards. Let's take another call. We've got Marcus on the line from Florida Marcus. Thanks for joining us. What's on your mind? Um, I was really just gonna say, hey, I think Harvick, if he can stay in there and make those points, not winning race is not winning stages, make those points. As we go to races like New Hampshire, Indianapolis, Michigan, that he's done good at multiple times that. He can actually go out there and do good. We can't count Atlantica, hey, we've got a new page. Great. So everyone's getting used to that at practice. Yeah, that's a great point. And listen, listen, and.
"suarez" Discussed on NASCAR America
"Two or three races. I believe that group has to make something happen. And you see it there with our leaderboard. I mean, these are solid hitters Harvick, Reddick, Austin Dillon Eric Jones, Eric Jones for the record. Man, what a year he has been putting together, there's sometimes when you go camping and you get out, you picnic basket, look in there and realize that some of your stuff got a little damaged, a little wet. Eric Jones each time gets in there and he's like, I packed a full lunch. What? You've handed me and man, each time he steps up. But that's back to that, for me, Eric Jones and GMS petty motor sports. That's back to what Steve started off with about this season. I can say the same thing about JTG Doherty. I can say the same thing about front row. I can say the same thing about multiple teams is, you know what? They've shown up this year. They run in the top 5. They run in the top ten. They're making an appearance. And they're doing something that a lot of these teams that we thought was going to fill the top ten. All the Penske cars at one time. All the Hendrick cars that went. You know, there's always two to three outliers for every two or three that's in right now. And these guys are filling that slot. How are they doing it so consistently? That goes back to your comment. I'm not surprised anything happens at the racetrack. Yeah, I think no one doubted Eric Jones talent for most of his career. He drives enough other stuff that you're like, you know, this kid can drive. He just hadn't found this place of confidence and the right equipment and all the timing, all of that goes into it, but the expansion to two cars definitely has helped that organization, which it's funny because that could also hurt an organization. You have double headaches, but you also have double the information. The expansion hell, but I wrote a name down here, Dave Allen's. I think that. For sure. For sure. You know, we talk a lot about Xfinity series. We had this conversation for sure today. Like, what's the identity of that series? And we talk about drivers and shame on me for not bringing up some of the crew chief Dave Allen's won two championships in the Xfinity series. Back to back with two different drivers. Like he knows how to win. And you always wonder if it will move forward, right? How many college coaches go to the pros? It can't get it done. Well, Dave Allen has moved up and why they haven't won yet. They have systematically improved. That I think is the hardest thing to do is to keep kind of climbing that ladder. So I think he could be the one that could be the next Suarez. The next breakout win that you don't go, oh wow, I'm shocked. It's more of a, yeah, kinda kinda saw that coming. It was building up. And I'm gonna say one other thing about that group. And not this group, particular, but drivers. And Eric Jones, a Chris busher. Michael McDowell. Daniel Suarez, okay? Is you know this? We all know it. As competitors, you can beat the confidence beat out of you. You can get it beat out of you quick in this sport. You come in here, kicking butt on light models kicking butt in the Xfinity series. And again, get your butt kicked for two to three straight years. You begin to say, can I do this? Can I do this? Daniel Suarez saw Ross Chastain go out and do it in the same equipment, gave him confidence. You see Chris busher. You see Michael McDowell. You see Eric Jones. They get that top 5. They get that top set ten consistent. All of a sudden, they're a different driver. They walk. Their steps different. The way they approach the sport is different. You've given a lot of guys. These top teams have given a lot of guys, they might have had beat down mentally and beat down confidence wise, they've given them a second opportunity. And they're coming on strong. And it sounds weird. I actually think when other first time or winners that maybe everyone didn't have on the list, it trickles over to that same kind of level drive. Yes, it does. So a Briscoe wins. The Suarez said, well, man, I'm as good as him. Yeah. And you're like, oh, man, he's really good. He's not one of the teams. Kyle Busch. Like that doesn't really help you, right? But then you see chest. That's exactly right. Briscoe. And then Suarez. So then does that mean Jones and Reddick? Are they in there? So why can't it be us? Yeah. Let's find out. Let's take a call. Sam is on the line for Michigan, Sam, an Eric Jones question. What you got? I know. Hi, guys. This is my first time being on a show. I'm kind of nervous, but hey, don't be nervous. Thanks for joining us. This is awesome. We're nervous to be talking to you, man. We're in nervous wreck. Yeah. Well, Eric Jones, is that the off weekend, he's racing at the Milwaukee Mile, I think. Do you guys think that he will get a win if at Atlanta or Daytona to lock himself in the playoffs? Sam,.
"suarez" Discussed on NASCAR America
"What these are? And how do you, how do you read through it and decipher what is happening the way it's happening because I have no clue why that is coming out and the races are playing out the way they are. We could go to Nashville and Kyle Larson could lead 95% of the race and I go, oh yeah. Okay, yeah. Okay. We could go to Nashville and Tyler Reddick and get his first win and I'm like, okay. Okay, yeah, like the spectrum of possibilities is pretty profound. Yeah. I mean, it's huge. And let's give credit where credit's due. Daniel Suarez in victory lane could not have been bigger for him for his family. Honestly, for all of Mexico, you and I were lucky enough to go down to Monterey with him to get to do a show called racing roots, which will be on our YouTube channel. It's gonna arrogant on there this week, but you know, we really, and we'll get a little see a little bit of a late in the show, but we got to see, I mean, for someone like that, there was not a path. No, there was no one. There was no. Before him, there may not be a path after him the way that he came because he came such, I mean, he drove that 64 Volkswagen from Monterey, Mexico to Albany, New York, just to drive a light mama car. And then set in front of a TV to learn English. Watching cartoons. There was not. And you know, we went to the go kart track leading. And he kicked our butt 6 ways. That's a whole other thing. But those kids come out to watch him. There were kids all over the place wanting to see him watching him drop. Won't the talk at the Xfinity racing at the time, he was running the Xfinity car and moved up the cup. It's such an amazing story and I think his post race interview when he was talking about people believing in him. He always believed in himself. His parents did. His parents. We met his mom and his dad and his sisters and they believed they believed he hung the moon. And he showed him he did hang the moon. And I think that was that part of it for me, Daniel and victory lane finally. After all that time, just spoke volumes of who Daniel Suarez is as a person, not only as a race car driver, but as a person. That was a big moment. And a lot of people, I mean, a ton of people believed in him. Family put it all on the line too. Yes, they did. Justin marks, all the work that that team Pitbull has put together. It's unbelievable. We are going to have a guess on the phone today with us, Eric Moses is calling in track president, but now we are going to the phones. I'm just going to pick randomly, how about NASCAR? NASCAR. Random. Welcome back to the show, buddy. Hey man, I'll tell you what, I'm fired up NBC's got the coverage. Can't wait to see the new stuff you got for us excited for that. But with that being said, so we've had an off week teams kind of get a reset. Let's step back, let's get a breather, got a stretch run. And you guys opinion contender pretender either or what does it mean? Now that we've hit the reset, that you guys remember either need to see step back up, had it, didn't have it. What is the team one of the teams you think that really needs to get on the horse now after hitting the reset button with a week off? So I think the second half is most important for Richard Childress racing, and this is why, I believe, when I look at organizations and wins, we talk about all the different winners, right? But when we look at the points and the playoff run down, that's the organization with two drivers kind of dancing right around that line. So I think if they're going to make a push into the playoffs, I want to go on record and say, I don't think we're going to see more than 16 winners. So I think wind gets you in. But the problem is, when you look at the non winners, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Junior, there are some big names out.
"suarez" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"And we can find refuge in places of quietude. But silence is almost this mythological concept to me where it's something that is so desirable, but when I reflect back on initially trying to get into meditation and going to the silent meditation session and feeling uncomfortable and feeling lost in that moment I deeply acknowledge that silence is also a scary thing because it leaves open a door for anything to come through, you know, good and bad can come through silence. Someone's giving me the silent treatment. No one wants to hear that. You know? That's a closed door. So I try to appreciate this drastic duality of silence that it exists in the positive and the negative and when I can find moments that are close to it when I'm out and about in New York City, one of the noisiest cities in the world. I try to stop myself and appreciate those moments. Wonderful. Yeah, so you mentioned in the book that you go into anecdote chamber. Would you mind describing what that is and then just talking about your experience? Absolutely. So I had a particular privilege to get to go and to an anechoic chamber and an anechoic chamber is essentially it's for scientific studies. It's for acoustic studies. There's very few of them in the world and they're often connected to colleges or scientific centers, so I got to visit and record at the one in Bell Labs in New Jersey, which is a scientific research center and they also invented the first transistor, which powers all our electronics since the very important facility and an anechoic chamber it means no echo to completely silent room all the walls are padded and in this room you're also standing on what's essentially a suspended floor that has made of wires. So it almost feels like it almost has a little bit of a trampoline effect. It's very destabilizing. And going into the anechoic chamber, it feels so strange. It's a really, really surreal sensation, they close the door behind me and I just sort of stood there and yeah, there's no feedback. There's no you're hearing your voice in this way that is so strange because it's our voices are always reflecting back off of walls and things around us. So you feel detached from your voice and then if you really, really settle into yourself and get really still, you can kind of sense things about your body. You hear every little trickle. And every little tummy rumble or gulping saliva, whatever kind of things you hear them and they sound like they're a booming echo. It sounds so loud. So.
"suarez" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"I've always been musically inclined since I was a child. And I also grew up as an only child, so I spent a lot of time just hanging out on my own playing in the yard by myself for just kind of having these internalized moments of existing and absorbing the world around me and I sometimes reflect back on how in third grade I started taking alto saxophone lessons. I picked it up because that's what Lisa Simpson plays. And I was like, I'm in third grade. Lisa Simpson is in third grade. This seems like a good instrument to play. And I would do this thing where I would just be playing it and walking around the neighborhood with my saxophone. Little kid just, I don't know, I would have this like one person parade of just kind of you like rolling Kirk. Yeah, and I would play and sometimes I would kind of like honk the saxophone back at birds and cars and different things. I was sort of trying to communicate through it. In this really active way and I feel like that was kind of my origin understanding of things where it was like, wait, I'm playing this instrument, but I'm playing it outside, you know? I would take my music lessons and I would feel a little uninspired just sitting in class doing scales or whatever, but when I could walk out into the street and create a conversation between the natural environment and playing this instrument, I just thought that was so fun and interesting and I realized that even when we're hearing, which is considered a passive activity, hearing is, yes, you heard it, but then listening is considered an active process listening is more of a deeper taking in the information that is going through..
"suarez" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Yeah, yeah, yeah, kind of electroni. Yeah, yeah, exactly. So anyway, I just clocked that sound and was enjoying the texture of it. And then one of the things that fascinates me is, of course, what's really starts, it was interesting in the recording of The Beatles, but throughout the 60s and 70s, like all of those effects and everything, people don't realize that those were all being invented in the moment, like with what was in the studio because they were like, huh, well, this could sound interesting. Like maybe we can rig up something really funky and like get some strange sound. But now there's a thousand plugins for that sound. But at the time, they were sitting there trying to figure out how to do something interesting and different and it took a long time and those tape loops of just for like a trippy in quotes background vocal. They would spend two weeks recording the same doing 8 hour takes of like, we had 44,000 takes of this one vocal line that we then bounce down that many insane stuff to get at what you can now get through a simple effect. Anyway, so I was talking to a good friend of mine about that. And I was like, you know, he was like, yeah, I'd never really heard that song before. But it's crazy to he's like around. I never actively really listened to it and considered it and contemplated it. And so we listened to it a little bit and we were talking about it and we talked about just that song and the creative process about it for quite a while. And then it had this kind of new life. It really has a song if you point your attention to it and it's the right time and you're in the right head space. It can really blossom..
"suarez" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Realized that sound could be such a powerful guide in our meditation practice in our daily mindfulness practice, and I realized that that's what I needed. You know, so before I started doing sound healing with other people, I explored it a lot with myself and sitting in my room and even just listening to a single tone like a just a basic frequency with an oscillator kind of thing for periods of time and when I would start to feel my mind wander or my body feel uncomfortable. I would remember to snap back into listening. And that, you know, it's like any sound that's happening that's happening right in a moment and then it just goes away. You know, it's like it's just the most sort of powerful metaphor I feel for the meditation practice and being here in the moment existing in the moment you can be walking down the street and you notice a bird call and it just happens once and then it's gone and if you want to, you can try and remember that sound in your mind and sort of replay it over in your mind and appreciate that sound for coming into your consciousness for a moment and I just think that's such the magic of sound and whenever I lead sound bass for groups I always tell people, if you start to feel distracted or uncomfortable, tune into the sound because the sound is there to guide you, it gives a focal point. It washes over you. That's why they call it a sound bath. You're being washed over in sound and to remember that we don't own only listen with our ears. We also listen with our body. So not always focusing on the, oh, I'm hearing it. I'm listening to it, but also there's an elevated level of relaxation and meditation that can happen when you're really thinking about, okay, I'm listening with my whole body, you know, your body is made up of water, which sound travels through even better than air..
"suarez" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"I actually was aware of your book like right whenever it came out because I really like Robert a key Aubrey Lowe's work. Yes. Yeah, he's like one of the total, I don't know, he's one of those guys, is his whole catalog is so incredible. And what he does is such this singular well realized in evolving voice that has been so great in powerful over time that I just wish more people knew about him just to start with. But then I saw him posting some stuff about your book on Instagram and just even the cover alone. I was like, oh my God, this is like couldn't be more of my alley. So I'm so glad that we were connected and then we're able to talk about it a little bit. Yeah, Roberts, one of my favorite people, I get to see him relatively regularly here in New York City and he invited me to perform with him as part of an ensemble at the Guggenheim Museum a couple of years ago and it was just such a life-changing experience and we've been in touch since and I agree. He should be known throughout the world and create incredible performer conceptually thoughtful and in all around fabulous human being. Yeah. Yeah, this one of the things I like about and I guess in the age of Instagram are culture it only makes it more apparent whenever you see an actual artist because of their fearlessness. And to me, I really feel like that his work is done, as you said, purely as an honoring of his own conceptual ideas, because it feels really unfettered by the ecosystem of everything else that's happening and is really just has that creative courage to just do what's out on the edge that he knows is right and allow it to be as it is..
"suarez" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen
"Hey, Friends, what's going on? Welcome to the astral hustle. I'm Corey Allen. You are you. And here we are together. In this moment in time, once again, how are you doing today? Hopes that you're doing well that you're feeling well today and just all is going well in your life. I have an awesome awesome podcast for you. Lavender Suarez is on the show. Lavender is a sound healing practitioner, meditation teacher and artist. She hosted workshops and performed in museums and artistic Institutes such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, the hirschhorn, one of my personal favorites. And so on. And she also has a great new book that's really fascinating and just super fun and beautiful called transcendent waves. How listening shapes our creative lives..
"suarez" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Said listen. Coast pay for phone. He couldn't just bring him on a mobile right. You go home i go. You left the tunnel. The talk kim. Okay okay all right okay. Maybe you'll see one of those big carphone silo. No leased land. Think one of the tunnel. Please give me a lift goal. Only ten minutes for the tunnel and it'd be a cold told me it failed. And he said a seattle told me cows on. Its way bob right. Have you run on. Petrol went no of course. It didn't run a patriot dinkum stupid. Kobe kobelco boot. Thirty four forty minutes other went. We'll see you never run a see when you absolutely did these going toy anyway so when this listen to me i run a petrol gas. Okay don't do again quit comma all right la. I remember actually a team mate of mine who did not run out of gas however put the wrong gas in the car put diesel instead of regular gas and so obviously once he got into highway they just went crazy down on him and yes that is the reason as to why he was not available in training. Thanks to star.
"suarez" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Chains that he failed. I bought alone because of the pressure because of the presence of messy whatever the excuse whatever the recent maybe be and now he's going back to marie where he was really really truly successful and then you see the performances and it's not just one it's not just to you you see it time and time again and now what truly scary for on congressman and from his perspective is that now you're expecting performances now when you see him out there you like yeah. That's the way he's been playing so again. The scary part is when he takes shot on goal. You're like hey hey took shot on goal very is very is or when you seen with france then you ask the question. Why senior playing like this for his club. You stretching the on gobert. Well i know. I know i i the point being is that you. You get surprised that he's actually have an impact on the game. Even if it's joe's minimal and beg you're like oh there he is. We hadn't seen him at all that cannot be the standard for ingredient or for a player that again so much was expected of him breath though they did actually win right joel's and they've got luis suarez if they do need taken out of a hole going forward. That's why i guess the soil you take away from this game because again the performance was not good enough and he has not been good enough since the style of this season. Even if the top got right now it's not good enough. I'm sorry with the board the players they have this much better than that and again we saw tonight was ride. The turning point is the red card without the red cards. I really don't think they win. The game after the red card accepted easier and again what we can give credit to simone. It is the substitution. Because both moso who came on the soccer who came on provided the assist for suarez. So that worked. And we've seen it again. The spaniard game again he substitutions worked is coaching. Okay but there will be a time without doesn't work anymore you've great depths in your squad and can come on and dictate the game food but there will be with us enough and i think with the board. They're so far away from being being a functional team so dysfunctional with the board. Because as we've been saying there's no structure really going forward. There's no patterns of play. We don't really show each formation today again before going back to what he been doing before and it's working so i think there's a lot of work to be done and i guess the best thing for them is that the other team was suddenly boston up up to the level so that might be okay and again but they will have to work much better with the ball at barcelona have their own troubles. We madrid having to have comeback wins. Who's favorites right now. Well i guess you'd.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"Getting sick brought in a dark second front. You know when you're walking along and you look at one side of the sky and it's brian and the sun is up and you can see blue and then you turn around and it's totally black in the other direction. You know. something terrible is moving in well. Getting sick on top of already struggling to find work meant that every part of the sky that i looked in was black. It's funny the way the two things. The career decline and the illness spoke to each other. They affected me in different ways and yet they were interrelated. They had a dialogue. The self and the body had a long conversation. As i sat chemo mode out on the couch unable to do very much. I hardly told anybody. I was very selective about who i told. I had cancer. Because i was really afraid. Given the ages and the dismissal. I've already encountered that. Employers would really steer clear. I was still years away from medicare. I'm still years away from when i plan to take social security. I'm still years from what i wanted to tap into my retirement savings and i couldn't work. Thank god. I paid off the house. We could still live a bit of our old lives. My wife and i as we figured out what the next life was going to be like. And.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"Anything was going to become of us. I went on and had my career. The other guy did not flourish and prosper in the news business. He ended up suing the network and getting a sizable settlement for failure to hire and promote and the use that money to go to law school and ended up doing labor law. New york was terrible economic decline during my formative years and then built in a wariness about unemployment about job insecurity. Whatever the market conditions. I figured i needed to work. I needed to be sure. I could support my family before it was the norm. I worked in multiple media simultaneously. Tv radio print. So i could always have a job for decades. It worked steadily climbed the greasy pole on china to cooperate. Ray suarez report from the talks in copenhagen denmark. When secretary of state clinton arrived in copenhagen. Today she said the us wanted to read your with two top journalists. Ray suarez host of al jazeera america's daily news program in twenty sixteen in my late fifties. I was finally hosting my own. Tv show pre exposure prophylaxis and preventing the spread of h inking terrific. Mind working with a great crew on great set and hoping to be on the air for a long time my employer. Al jazeera america. That caused went out of business a calamitous collapse into an ocean of reading aljazeera. america has announced that they're shutting down in april. The news came rather abruptly at an all staff meeting the channel and for the first time in over thirty years i was out of work. I wasn't worried i'd been at the. Pbs newshour for fourteen years. I'd hosted a hit national radio show for six and a half years before that. I'd written three critically acclaimed books. I thought well. I'll find something but then came the reality of too many unaccepted phone calls too many slam doors too much disingenuousness from too many people who said oh. Don't worry you'll find something. What are you have to worry about and then wouldn't talk to me. It was a tough year after that. But you know in a funny way. I just thought having covered workforce issues having covered unemployment. One of the rules of thumb was the higher your salary. The longer it takes to find a new job. I was completely aware was unlikely. I would get a job at my old pay. I live below my means for a long time in order to prepare for retirement and get my kids through college so it was second nature. The warning said it was going to take a long time. And that was okay. You're not going to make the money you did before. And that's okay too even with my clear eyed view of what to expect. Nothing prepared me for what really happened. I couldn't get arrested in the grim and graphic saying of my childhood neighborhood. Nobody would piss on me. If i was on fire and i was stunned and slowly realized how much of a handicap age was going to be. My experience didn't matter. My knowledge didn't matter. Even the good reputation i had built over decades didn't matter and it didn't hit me all at once. Like a thunderbolt. It was more like a slow motion collapse. once you realize it's a pretty profound shock and remembered. This is at a time when everyone in journalism was saying we have to diversify. We have to find people of different backgrounds to work in our newsroom. And probably one of the best known national latino. Broadcasters working in english language in the united states was available for anything open to new things. None.
"suarez" Discussed on Latino USA
"Which is a new series from the economic hardship reporting project and the nation. And it's about americans on the edge so the following preview episode features fame journalist. Ray suarez who tells us shocking story of how his illustrious career fell apart in middle age it revealed a ray firsthand the crisis facing older workers and also gave him insights into how to fix our condition. So here is ray suarez. His story from the going for broke podcast series which will premiere in october. So check it out. Thanks from the economic hardship reporting project and the nation. This is going for broke. I'm ray suarez. This series comes from a very basic idea that in the united states when we talk about poverty when we talk about economic struggle poor people people on the margins people not succeeding in the modern economy. Those people are talked about but very rarely get the chance to talk for themselves. Here on going for broke they. Do we bring you stories of americans living on the edge and now it's my turn. It feels funny sing because reporters shy away from making themselves the story and frankly i.
"suarez" Discussed on Some Would Play
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"suarez" Discussed on Some Would Play
"I didn't know now. I know we're going to change the name and i'm like yeah no better do better. I love it. I love that dude. He's also super sexy but thank you. He is missing aside from that. You know nicki menaj was like that's not cool. It's slavery and he was like my bad. We're going to change the name like it's so easy. That's i gotta do. Is people be like this offends me and you'll be like. Oh well. I don't wanna offend you. So we'll change the name right because it's rum everybody'll drake who gives a fuck mullet to me. That's just common sense rather than awake. Oh how like. How dare you not let me have my own opinion. Just the buck and flag in the sand. And they're like you know what that's the name i chose and i love that name and fuck you. It's not offensive. You're being sensitive. But instead he was like oh i wanna offend people just change the name right cares what it's called age full of names. Let me just cross. This went off the list and go down to the next one. He's like calling his partners. Like apparently that names no good. You guys Changes something else. It's not awful. Maybe look into the name next time. Thanks appreciate it. Sucks for me. Everyone hates me for all of two seconds then. I was like cool. I'll change it and everyone's like we love you again. Thank you everyone. I appreciate your love and support. I love he's great. Never sat will be michael jordan diplomat. Damn are you guys. Ready for your july fifteenth child credit payments or. Did you guys opt out on that. Now we're accepting because come mid august like my income's going to plummet. I'm accepting it. Also what happened here. I'm using the money to take the boys on a dentist. Oh you saw you saw the postmaster for the purpose of childcare joe. That's exactly where that money's going for the fresh pay for preschool. I fucked up somewhere because whereas you fucked up in my notes. I have last episodes episode thirty nine but it was definitely forty. Oh Where did i mess it up in a bed way somewhere so secret test. We have one who can figure out my notes for mad. I jeopar- four the number of the episode man. I don't think. I messed it up in our releases but somehow inherited up forty three episodes ago bird. I haven't i messed this up. Was it the side class. Buddy i was. I was like i was even hesitant about even saying i'm like that's all no. We only recorded one episode. One night was that was the side quest. Wasn't it just decide quest. And then so this last episode today you numbered it episode. Thirty eight the episode that you release last la number thirty nine. Oh what rico windsor super-secret fuck man hold on now. How did i thought this up. Oh no sorry. That was a preview. Sorry the last one number thirty nine which was our versus pat and jelly versus aries and forty as jelly. But in my book here. I've already versus julius thirty nine. Oh so you just messed up. The numbering in your notes episodes are numbered correctly but there was it was a We'd have to side quest episodes. I don't understand. I know we recorded one episode. One time was like a fifth saturday or whatever it may be generated in common..