17 Burst results for "Taiwan Walker"

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

05:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"Yeah war of one point seven and even if it is a little bit on the higher side, I think that gives you enough values. Are you eating Innings? Yeah. The only other thing I'll say don't think Tanner Roark is getting that many starts either. I really do think that he will open up the five. I think he could wage. Swapped maybe potentially for Ross Stripling after a little while. We're robot goes to be the long man for a little while and Stripling goes to the rotation if he's at performing I'm so there will be a lot of flip flop there. I hope it does projected starts for both of them in half. And that's more in line with what I'm thinking. They're like guys it is clear that they need to make an addition maybe even to to this rotation and that's that's uh trading for a guy whether that's signing taijuan Walker and then maybe maybe doing a little bit of dumpster-diving and getting a guy like Corey kluber who's a big name but his kind of starting to be on the down the rear. Yeah, so or Kevin gausman whoever it is older is e I think that's kind of in line with where they go. I think you have to fill two spots in this rotation Bindery you and then you see Nate Pearson, maybe guess the fourth spot and then look it's real work and everybody else on that. List Rippling goes to the pain button is rehabbing his injury Merriweather zoek all those guys birth. Triple-A or double-a? So that's that's where I think that goes. I just finished talking looking at these numbers that you somehow think you're going to give that many innings to change in a row are and not see fifty-something Innings or 100 Innings from Thomas hatch or any of these guys if you're looking at the team and it's going to be right now what it is. How do you saying he's going to get that many innings when you have the waguespack the hatches getting into even the freakin Patrick Murphy who we saw blind blip of Radars from you know, and saw that goodness that he has to offer now. He's got everything sorted out it just shocking to me another mentioned freaking TJ's or like we were talking about him get a playoff game start. Yeah. But yeah, it's a shocking to me. The one thing I'd not shocked about here guys. There is obviously Ken Giles is a free agent. They have neatly slid Joy hermano in the closer spot Sharjah. Not 30 saves almost. Hi, and I really do feel that Raphael do is hit a stride and took that job and ran with it towards the end of the year and I wouldn't be surprised if he does open up the season as a closer. I know Romano had a fantastic season. I do think he can steal that job from Delise as the year goes along but Raphael delices prompt damn good after the first few weeks of the Season. He really was his Sinker might be one of the best pictures on the team. It's filthy so I can see both of them getting saved opportunities to really depends on how they use the bullpen. Maybe it'll be match up based which hey, I'm more in favor of that than having a set closer or maybe having two or three guys who you know in any given day could be the guy coming in to get the factory out. So whatever way they lean, I think the lease will get a few saves. I think we're not all will get a few saves maybe even Ryan barake might get a saver too. So as I mentioned out here barely dead. I know it's just weird. I guess they really do feel him being a seventh or eighth inning guy, which that's fine, too. So, yeah, the bullpen could be very scary good next year..

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

06:26 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"I think it depends on what they're Competitive window is and we know that you know, it's starting right now. But when is it going to end and I think for that question like Bo bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Cavan Biggio, they're all free agents after the 2026 season. So is that when the Blue Jays competitive schedule kind of ends or I mean you got guys like Nate Pearson his rookie status is still intact. You have guys like to learn and grow tents. He hasn't made his major league debut e Austin Martin still not in the majors. So kind of what is the the competitive schedule of this team? When does it end? I think if we say maybe conservative conservatively if it ends on a 2026 I think it's still too early to go out and try to acquire players because you're not the Blue Jays aren't a team that's going to sign a lot of guys to five year deals. They're not a team that is not going to be getting you guys for big contract. So I mean, sometimes they do obviously high in general you for years, but I think that's kind of a cap of what they want to do. Even if they're getting as Atkins called a super high impact place. So I don't think they're this offseason. They're really going out and getting the big names. That doesn't mean I don't think they're going to compete next year. I think they still want to build a good foundation for this team and as Jacob bencic I think that means we re-signing some of the free agents that they have and making a few more under-the-radar Acquisitions. So Raphael the lease certainly is a must to be picked up a club option. It's only a million and half so it's not much. It's not a big commitment for the Blue Jays taijuan Walker. I think he could command a little bit more. I think he's put twenty nine years old so he could he could command a bigger contract especially success this season, but I'd like to see the Blue Jays go out and get a maybe for the type of deal that they give gave Tanner Roark or something. You know, Chase Anderson is on kind of that 2-year 24 million dollars Walker May command more than that. Maybe he goes two years Thirty million dollars. That's of course came up their 15 million dollars a year, but I think that's what you need for guy like Walker who you know, as you mentioned this season with the Blue Jays he had a 1.37 era. He was fantastic in Toronto. And I think that's type of player that they've Read in the rotation. So definitely Delise definitely Walker Shoemaker as well. I think he's not going to sign a big deal, especially with his continued struggles with injuries. So maybe you just signed him to a home. I don't know three million dollar deal five million dollar deal only one year and you just hope that he can stay healthy for one year and his career that you hope that you can get something good out of him. Rob c r a i think is a guy that can have a lot of success. We saw him working with P Walker. He lowered his amount of walks. He was successful with the Blue Jays. So he's the guy like to see stick around again. He's a guy who's also command more money cuz he's younger. He's had success but I think he's someone who could contribute to this team long-term Ken Giles. He's a free agent. I don't see anything happening with him. I don't think the Blue Jays are touching. I don't think anyone's re-signing him this here. Just cuz of his Tommy John surgery going into next year. He's going to be out for that entire season Anthony bap. I think the Blue Jays can do better cuz that makes sense. I don't think they should be committing a lot of money to Anthony bass because I think after this season he's going to command a lot of money and a blue jays can kind of make a similar. I guess under the radar acquisition as they did in the first place with bass. I love him. Don't get me wrong. But I think they could I don't think it's necessary that they re-signed him. Jonathan Villar. I care I don't want him back. Frankly. I never liked him much in the first place. I don't care much but I'm Joe Panik same thing. Maybe he's a good guy off the bench. I don't care much if they lose him but God. Yeah, I think this season it's about maintaining the talent that they have. I think they'll improve next season automatically because of the guys that they have that kind of got them under them this year. So I think this offseason is just about kind of maintaining what they've had and Bridging the Gap before you make that huge acquisition which you know, maybe that's next offseason when they you go after a really big name type guy. Yeah. Absolutely when you look at their free agents to its like I said, it's not people that were necessarily part of their core a few from aside from a few like wage. Field Dallas had a very significant role this year. So did Anthony bass and of course time and Walker Matt Shoemaker were part of the rotation, but you know Raphael Dallas, I think I think that's almost a guarantee that he comes back and when you look at it as well the Jays they need a closer for next year either if that's going to be him. Maybe it's Jordan Romano. Maybe he slips in maybe Anthony bass who knows? It could be any of those people maybe the Jays go out and get another closer, you know add on to the bullpen, but I think Raphael Dallas what he saw or what he proved this year and what we saw especially that he's only making one point five million dollars. I think that's almost a month that he gets picked up Ken Giles. I agree with you. I think he won't be you won't be hearing about him until next winter. Maybe he gets a one-year deal if he's lucky you'll get a two-year deal with an option or some sort to kind of prove himself as he comes back from Tommy John Robbie Ray made 9.43 million this year. So he made a lot of money don't know I don't necessarily see him coming back for some reason, but not just you know, not that the Jays don't want a dog. Maybe he pursues other opportunities and Jonathan Villar to yeah, he he I don't think he had one meaningful hit in his Blue Jays tenure and you know it was you know, especially when Joe Panik was pinched a form in a playoff game. I think that set it all and you know, the one thing about VR to is the trade came because at the time Bo bichette was injured, so I guess they did some short-term relief in the infield thought that was probably one of the main sources to why the Jays actually got him and I guess the cost of them a player to be named later, but I would be very surprised if you came back Chase Anderson is a club option. So who knows if he was back? I don't necessarily see them picking that up. Like I said earlier Matt Shoemaker this year made 4.2 million dollars. So if you get em a similar deal, like you said Mark I can see in potentially coming back for sure. I think he has a better chance of coming back home by then someone like taijuan Walker for in my opinion, but Walker also made 2.37.

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"I think you Embrace and you mentioned taijuan Walker. I think he is a must an absolute must because the rotation obviously hundred years going to be their their number one starter mate Pearson's likely going to start well pretty much as a guarantee barring any injuries, but aside from that you have a lot of guys that are competing for spots. So, you know, I would prefer to not have the majority of the rotation in question. We're going into next season and I think our lockers good he had thought of one an area of one when he was with the Blue Jays which he was, you know, he he definitely proved that he can be back next season and I think this will definitely it'll be interesting to see how they handle it. But also I want to see guys like Anthony Pascal come back. He's a free agent. He struggled in his last few outings, but I think the back end of the bullpen off, you know could use them. Obviously the lease has a club option definitely needs to be exercised. That's also I think must especially with Ken Giles essentially out for next season and obviously is a free agent. I mean they would have had to deal with that anyways, if he was going to be playing but overall, like I said, think this is going to be more of a we'll see what we have and type of offseason and you know the guys that they can in sign that they've they've got to start see on their roster last year will probably be kept around if they're going to buy I think it'll be minimum. It'll be we'll have to wait till next next summer in the trade deadline see what they want to do, you know if there if it's kind of like the 2015 Blue Jays where they had the pieces to make a playoff run or make a you know, they add kind of reinforcements. I'm not saying they're going to go out and get like a David Price type guy, but maybe that's when they start to say. Okay, we need to get guys to help us now because you know, we're ahead of schedule. But you know at the same time we gotta win with this roster we can prove that win but overall. I think it's just going to be you know, very quiet offseason. I think it'll be quiet offseason in baseball. You know, I don't think we're going to see a ton of trade. I mean the free agents are most likely going to get you know that are dead. That people want are going to probably be signed but I don't think we're going to see a ton of big moves just because of how weird this season was and you know, the uncertainty of well, maybe a good team here won't be good next year. So it might not make sense for a team to you know, go out and really reinforce that team because I mean anything like we said anything happened sixty Games season, but it'll just be in Georgia see what they do and I think overall it's just going to be pretty quiet, you know, see what we got and next year if we still you know, we still have a good roster then will then will you know will run with that. Yeah, I agree with you I think wage like you mentioned just to state in baseball right now the fact that so many teams lost out on so much revenue is certainly going to play a big role in whether teams actually give out and get home big names. I think in considering when the Blue Jays are going to buy when they're going to get that as Ross Atkins called the super high impact player. I think it depends on what they're Competitive window is and we know that you know, it's starting right now. But when is it going to end and I think for that question like Bo bichette Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Cavan Biggio, they're all free agents after the 2026 season. So is that when the Blue Jays competitive schedule kind of ends or I mean you got guys like Nate Pearson his rookie status is still intact. You have guys like to learn and grow tents. He hasn't made his major league debut e Austin Martin still not in the majors. So kind of what is the the competitive schedule of this team? When does it end? I think if we say maybe conservative conservatively if it ends on a 2026 I think it's still too early to go out and try to acquire players because you're not the Blue Jays aren't a team that's going to sign a lot of guys to five year deals. They're not a team that is not going to be getting you guys for big contract. So I mean, sometimes they do obviously high in general you for years, but I think that's kind of a cap of what they want to do. Even if they're getting as Atkins called a super high impact place. So I don't think they're this offseason. They're really going out and getting the big names. That doesn't mean I don't think they're going to compete next year. I think they still want to build a good foundation for this team and as Jacob bencic I think that means we re-signing some of the free agents that they have and making a few more under-the-radar Acquisitions. So Raphael the lease certainly is a must to be picked up a club option. It's only a million and half so it's not much. It's not a big commitment for the Blue Jays taijuan Walker. I think he could command a little bit more. I think he's put twenty nine years old so he could he could command a bigger contract especially success this season, but I'd like to see the Blue Jays go out and get a maybe for the type of deal that they give gave Tanner Roark or something. You know, Chase Anderson is on kind of that 2-year 24 million dollars Walker May command more than that. Maybe he goes two years Thirty million dollars. That's of course came up their 15 million dollars a year, but I think that's what you need for guy like Walker who you know, as mentioned this season with the Blue Jays he had a 1.37 era. He was fantastic in Toronto. And I think that's type of player that they've Read in the rotation. So definitely Delise definitely Walker Shoemaker as well. I think he's not going to sign a big deal, especially with his continued struggles with injuries. So maybe you just signed him to a home. I don't know three million dollar deal five million dollar deal only one year and you just hope that he can stay healthy for one year and his career that you hope can get something good out of him..

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

04:59 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"So that's why this 60 Game season really turned some jobs around and it really in my opinion did convince the front office at their time is now or it's just starting to compete but just because that's starting to compete. It doesn't mean you go over the top in terms of if you want to sign somebody or track someone but I do trust Atkinson Chicago when it comes to that so whatever they decide I should be fine with, you know, if it should be fine with depending on how you know significant it is often. I see them being very cautious having a cautious approach this winter and even maybe going into the deadline next summer, but that's even farther away than what's happening in the next coming months. To be completely honest, I don't know how much of a move that are held how drastic of a move the management is going to make right now because I thought you look at some of the prospects that they still have coming up. Obviously Alejandro Kirk was you know as Buck Martinez said, what was it the The Legend Continues or something that was definitely interesting but they still have guys like Austin Martin and Jordan Gross fans who are not even in the majors yet. So I I feel like they might wait a little bit for those guys to see what they're able to do because I mean if they you know, they just want to go out and get say a third baseman type guy. Will they have a guy that is like likely going to take over a third base or somewhere in the infield. So, I mean, I feel like I've said this all throughout the summer. I feel like this offseason going to be very quiet for the Blue Jays unless they sign internally and what I mean internally, I mean take their their upcoming free agents or guys with options and extend them or dead. Keep them around for next year because I feel like this still might be a an offseason of or the sorry, not this offseason, but the the plan for next season is to still see what they have and what they can work with off. I think you Embrace and you mentioned taijuan Walker. I think he is a must an absolute must because the rotation obviously hundred years going to be their their number one starter mate Pearson's likely going to start well pretty much as a guarantee barring any injuries, but aside from that you have a lot of guys that are competing for spots. So, you know, I would prefer to not have the majority of the rotation in question. We're going into next season and I think our lockers good he had thought of one an area of one when he was with the Blue Jays which he was, you know, he he definitely proved that he can be back next season and I think this will definitely it'll be interesting to see how they handle it. But also I want to see guys like Anthony Pascal come back. He's a free agent. He struggled in his last few outings, but I think the back end of the bullpen off, you know could use them. Obviously the lease has a club option definitely needs to be exercised. That's also I think I must especially with Ken Giles essentially out for next season and obviously is a free agent. I mean they would have had to deal with that anyways, if he was going to be playing but overall, like I said, I think this is going to be more of a we'll see what we have and type of offseason and you know the guys that they can in sign that they've they've got to start see on their roster last year will probably be kept around if they're going to buy I think it'll be minimum. It'll be we'll have to wait till next next summer in the trade deadline see what they want to do, you know if there if it's kind of like the 2015 Blue Jays where they had the pieces to make a playoff run or make a you know, they add kind of reinforcements. I'm not saying they're going to go out and get like a David Price type guy, but maybe that's when they start to say. Okay, we need to get guys to help us now because you know, we're ahead of schedule. But you know at the same time we gotta win with this roster we can prove that we can win but overall. I think it's just going to be you know, very quiet offseason. I think it'll be quiet offseason in baseball. You know, I don't think we're going to see a ton of trade. I mean the free agents are most likely going to get you know that are dead. That people want are going to probably be signed but I don't think we're going to see a ton of big moves just because of how weird this season was and you know, the uncertainty of well, maybe a good team here won't be good next year. So it might not make sense for a team to you know, go out and really reinforce that team because I mean anything like we said anything happened sixty Games season, but it'll just be in Georgia see what they do and I think overall it's just going to be pretty quiet, you know, see what we got and next year if we still you know, we still have a good roster then will then will you know will run with that. Yeah, I agree with you I think wage like you mentioned just to state in baseball right now the fact that so many teams lost out on so much revenue is certainly going to play a big role in whether teams actually give out and get home big names. I think in considering when the Blue Jays are going to buy when they're going to get that as Ross Atkins called the super high impact player..

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Section 138

07:09 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"It was still an entertaining season and you know all the injuries do they had to overcome it was very impressive how they kind of stayed on the the map and they didn't fall off completely when players like Bo bichette got injured T Oscar Hernandez off lots of you know injuries, but they were still on course and like I said raises the expectations maybe the Jays a by little bit more this winter. Maybe they're more open on the market who knows how to bring back based off who's who are pending free agents. And like I said, the rotation is going to look different but the one thing for sure is most of their core players are all of them are locked in for the foreseeable future, which is good news. Yeah. It was it was definitely a super fun season. It was only sixty games. So it was really weird when What was the the whenever their last game was? I thought to myself. Wow. It's actually like it's over. I mean they still have the play-offs but you know go from what was it? I think July 24th and was like, you blink and sixty games are over and it's just it was crazy and to think that in a regular year. It would have only been about may it or the beginning of June. It's just it's a little it's bizarre or it's it's interesting. But definitely the fact that they were winning made it a little bit harder to say goodbye. But also it made more fun while it lasted because I think I could speak for a lot of people even the die-hard fans can agree that it's ridiculously hard to watch a bad team, especially in baseball just because you know, a lot of people think that a lot of Nod Buffet ends. They always ask me how do you sit and watch a game when the majority of it is just listening to guys talk and waiting for the pitch to be thrown. It makes it more fun when they're winning and when they're losing its it definitely dead. Even as a die-hard fan it can get kind of tough to watch. I mean last year the last two years really, you know, I sometimes would not watch the game just because you know it it can be kind of boring if they're losing but overall it was a great year. Like you said you mentioned race in the offseason or the trade deadline and I was still a little bit surprised. How active the Blue Jays were wrong. I'm not going to say I disagree with being active but I was surprised that they did it so soon. They acquired guys like taijuan Walker who I think should stay definitely you should say they made some reinforcements moves with Jonathan Villar and Robbie Ray Ross Stripling overall. I think it was good. It showed that you know what they actually believe that this team can win money then you know, they drafted. Well, they did all these things to get a good core and then they said hey you guys can play so we're going to we're to do well birth. To help you do well and it definitely shows that they care about the team and going forward in terms of the off-season. I'm not entirely sure how active really any teams going to be in baseball. I could be completely wrong but I feel like this might be a winter of just seeing what you have and you know next trade deadline they do something but overall, you know, I think this this management team leaves in this team and it shows I mean that shows they care about the fans they care about the players and you know, hopefully fingers crossed all three Toronto teams do well in the playoffs next year. I mean did overly well this year which it's tough. But I mean it as a multi-sport fan it definitely makes more interesting but you know as a blue jays fan, I'm a little bit different at least for me personally, but it's just it it shows that they care, you know, next year we all keep mentioning this and how the experience at the Blue Jays are are gaining birth. You know these the shortened season being together in summer camp and the playoffs and everything it really it really helped them and I think definitely going forward, you know, maybe the Blue Jays are the next Dynasty who knows, you know, they don't have you know, I think the projections stay say that they could but you know, who knows what the management wants to do. They want say, you know, you guys need a starting pitcher. Okay. We'll go get it. You know, you'll get you that go get us a World Series and I think it's definitely going to be interesting to see how they handle it, but overall I think this team I don't know if people will agree with this but I think the movie is might be one of the best manage teams in the league terms of Ross Atkins electric pyro, because I thought you were talking about Charlie for a second. I'm not telling you like but they hit home but I've got excited so I know the the the front office they as we saw what they did with them when they know how to build contenders and they know how to build consistent contenders and it's definitely it'll be interesting to see how they handle this because they got a team that can be good on its own but it'll be interesting to see what increments they add in the future and you know, how they want to handle that do want to have these low-risk high-reward deals or deals that have the potential to be high reward that they want to kind of by if they want to do what they did this year where had a lot of rental players. Do they want to you know, get players with still time on their contract, you know, it'll be interesting to see what they do, but I think unless there's a job. That I really think is not good for them. I don't think I would overly disagree with much. Yeah, I'm questioning the Blue Jays wisdom in acquiring a lot of guys as trade deadline now because they didn't really do anything in the postseason. Like I don't really know what the point of going out and getting guys like Walker Jonathan Villar especially Jonathan Villar cuz it seems like he did nothing for the Blue Jays just here. I don't really know what the wisdom was in doing that now that they didn't make the postseason but in hindsight, there's an amazing run and now the Blue Jays have the potential to re-sign some of these guys speaking of re-signing them. Let's look forward to the offseason and what's going to happen with that because it is a really interesting year for the Blue Jays. Obviously, they're on the brink of competition. They competed this year. We'll see whether they can keep that and keep it moving forward next year. But are they at a point where they wage? Would be acquiring guys where they should be buying in the off-season whether there should be making big contracts big trades. We just saw Ross Atkins a few minutes ago reported by Keegan Matheson of mlb.com say that they are in the market to add a quote super high impact player. So are the Blue Jays. What's the Blue Jays approach this offseason. Are they looking to get a super high impact player or is there gold kind of just to continue the incremental improvements? They've made over the past few seasons because I think some people I heard this on basement Central Jeff Jeff. Jeff boiler said that you know, the Blue Jays clock for competing now and going out buying is kind of a determined by Nate Pearson when Nate Pearson wage ready to pitch in the majors and he's good in the majors cuz we saw this here..

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07:38 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"So they had they had a lot of issues to overcome this year. And the best thing about them is that they were not complaining one bit. They kept their mouths shut and they kept going to play baseball everyday and I think that got a lot of respect around pretty much for the fan base wage. And definitely around the league as you know, you weren't hearing them complaining about the lighting like the Yankees were every game or making excuses. There was no excuses and they were just flat-out be in Tampa, unfortunately, but like you said it was a good it was definitely a lesson for them to learn and like I said, it's not a normal postseason environment just because of the circumstances but the Jays player still got a good taste of what that will be like a month going into a hopefully a full season extra guy. I don't even know if that's a guarantee but it looks like it will happen. It'll definitely be really cool or interesting to see how they react in a full season cuz Jacob even going back to what you said players like Bo bichette and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Still haven't gone through a full 162-game season before so that's going to be something to look forward to and I guess in this case, you know, you get to see more of the next year off and you know, who knows if I believe the expanded playoffs are here to stay and if that's the case obviously it increases the likelihood of them making it again, but, you know growing pains and birth. Definitely a lesson. They learned these past two days. I know it was very short and I don't know probably hoping that they at least took one game. Unfortunately, it just didn't work out but you know overall a successful season to begin. Let's just because of the expectations they had and the things I just mentioned previously. Yeah, exactly. It was just there was so many things that happened to the Blue Jays off the field that you need. Any other team could have easily just had or even the Blue Jays they could have said, you know, this sucks. Let's plan for next year, but they didn't and they proved that you know, we can win and we're a good team and it doesn't matter if you know, we have to play in A Minor League ballpark or run the road for I think it was like the first three weeks of the Season, you know, they they'll play anywhere and I think that was definitely good you guys mentioned how how the off season and with the team next year is going to look one thing. I am happy about with the Blue Jays with the amount of young players they have is that most of them are here to stay of their upcoming free agents. Only two of them. Our position players being Joe Panik and Jonathan Villar. They have some pictures that I do want them to sign like taijuan Walker and others that we'll get to later. But for the most part most of their team is here to stay at least their core. So, you know, I think this is it can only go up from here for the Blue Jays and you know, one thing that I swear was mentioned every song game and during every broadcast was how close his team got during summer camp and that really brought them together because the, you know, they're playing for each other. Obviously, they're playing for the fans too, but they're playing more as well. Like I said earlier a group of friends and I think that's definitely helping them, you know, especially the fact that a lot of them a lot of their core did come up together and they've been here, you know a lot like the guys like Ted Fernandez Danny Jansen they were here when the Blue Jays were, you know, pretty bad the last couple of years and I think this is definitely a good group overall very, you know, like it was like we've said very tough lessons that they had to learn that, you know, if you if you want to compete with the best teams, you have to bring your A-game Unfortunately they didn't and they were you know, they just got beat by the race. I think that's the best way to put it and Hope you know hopefully it works out for them in the future. I mean the extended playoffs the one good thing or interesting thing is that Rob Manfred said that it's probably not going to consist of 16 teams. It's probably going to have fifteen or something like that which you know it I mean, yeah, there's some arguments about why having you know, literally over half the league in the playoffs is not dead, you know, it kind of takes away from the the competitiveness and how you know, you can just be a sub 500 team or a 500 team is still make the playoffs. I mean if if that's Rob Manfred believes or things that it should work then you know, I'm all for it. As long as the Blue Jays you make the playoffs, you know, then I think it's it's a good thing overall. I mean I'm not complaining too much about the expanded playoffs because like I said, I wanted this for years and I mean it's it's a good sign that at least you know, Major League Baseball is trying to bring more teams into the playoffs and I think it does give the Blue Jays a better chance because you know, one of the one of my issues with the the way the playoffs the playoff format works with in baseball, is that a lot of it depended on your Division and you could be in a really good division the Blue Jays with the Yankees and the Rays even the Red Sox after the last couple of years. They were you know before they rebuild they were good. So you had a lot of really good teams and they kind they would kind of Union forced to take a wild card spot because there would be a really good team in their division. And I mean obviously every team or every division has you know, their division leader caliber team, but baseball it was more of you know, more of the the the way the playoffs work was more of a this is how your your division worked out. Whereas in other sports, you know, especially look at the NBA. It really doesn't matter which of the five t e Asians are in because the top eight teams in the East make it and I think that's definitely a better thing for baseball. But you know overall I think the mood is definitely did learn a lot this year. I think a lot of their team to stay and I think that's definitely going to benefit them in the future and who knows maybe a different playoff format kind of encourages them to play better because they realize hey we just went on a six-game losing streak. We might not make the play-offs need to play better and that I think definitely will help them in the future. Yeah, there's no way that this can be construed as a negative. Even if it does suck to watch them score three runs over 18 Innings against the the Rays. But yeah, I you guys know my thoughts on the expanded postseason. I I don't like it. I think sixteen teams is too much but I think if if Rob Manfred does attack it differently if he says, you know, I've heard proposals of you know, keep dead. What we normally have you know, normally we have five teams in each league. And then of course the Wild Card teams battle it out. One of the Wild Card teams get to slot in the division series. If we have instead of waging wild-card team or two wild-card teams we have for wild card teams. And then the Wild Card teams all kind of have their own bracket, you know, they play the four teams play, you know, two games against each other and then they play one final game to determine who moves on to the division series. I think that's one way you could expand it. I think the way it works now is that it doesn't work because you have teams like the Los Angeles Dodgers teams like the Tampa Bay Rays that face elimination and can get eliminated because of the exact same seating. They have the exact same Advantage as a team like the Blue Jays that was you know, two games over 500. So I think the the way the postseason works this season, it was an interesting experiment But ultimately we've learned Thursday. That have to be changed in the future. But I mean, I think I know I've been against it the whole time but the the fact that I'm fin excited about the blue jersey. This season has kind of changed my mind again. I think we still need to tweak the system but I think it's it was exciting to watch under the.

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Section 138

05:00 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"There was Defensive issues. There was baserunning miscues, there's lots of stuff they have to clean up song. But it's all part of the growing pains and you know, they will be back who knows what the team exactly will look like but it definitely look similar to what we saw this year. They have all their core pieces intact. There's going to be some changes to the rotation that'll be interesting to see if players like Ryan borucki or Anthony K kind of transition back to a starting rotation role, but that's another topic if the offseason but you know, it just it was definitely a good season to begin with and we know we know the story with them this year how close they got going back to summer camp when they were quarantining in the Rogers Centre Hotel off when they weren't allowed to play in Rogers Centre where they were on the road for pretty much the first two weeks of season and they had to spend, you know, majority of their home games that a minor league facility in Buffalo. So they had they a lot of issues to overcome this year. And the best thing about them is that they were not complaining one bit. They kept their mouths shut and they kept going to play baseball everyday and I think that got a lot of respect around pretty much for the fan base wage. And definitely around the league as you know, weren't hearing them complaining about the lighting like Yankees were every game or making excuses. There was no excuses and they were just flat-out be in Tampa, unfortunately, but like you said it was a good definitely a lesson for them to learn and like I said, it's not a normal postseason environment just because of the circumstances but the Jays player still got a good taste of what that will be like a month going into a hopefully a full season extra guy. I don't even know if that's a guarantee but it looks like it will happen. It'll definitely be really cool or interesting to see how they react in a full season cuz Jacob even going back to what you said players like Bo bichette and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Still haven't gone through a full 162-game season before so that's going to be something to look forward to and I guess in this case, you know, get to see more of the next year off and you know, who knows if I believe the expanded playoffs are here to stay and if that's the case obviously it increases the likelihood of them making it again, but, you know growing pains and birth. Definitely a lesson. They learned these past two days. I know it was very short and I don't know probably hoping that they at least took one game. Unfortunately, it just didn't work out but you know overall a successful season to begin. Let's just because of the expectations they had and the things I just mentioned previously. Yeah, exactly. It was just there was so many things that happened to the Blue Jays off the field that you need. Any other team could have easily just had or even the Blue Jays they could have said, you know, this sucks. Let's plan for next year, but they didn't and they proved that you know, we can win and we're a good team and it doesn't matter if you know, we have to play in A Minor League ballpark or run the road for I think it was like the first three weeks of the Season, you know, they they'll play anywhere and I think that was definitely good you guys mentioned how how the off season and with the team next year is going to look one thing. I am happy about with the Blue Jays with the amount of young players they have is that most of them are here to stay of their upcoming free agents. Only two of them. Our position players being Joe Panik and Jonathan Villar. They have some pictures that I do want them to sign like taijuan Walker and others that we'll get to later. But for the most part most of their team is here to stay at least their core. So, you know, I think this is it can only go up from here for the Blue Jays and you know, one thing that I swear was mentioned every song game and during every broadcast was how close his team got during summer camp and that really brought them together because the, you know, they're playing for each other. Obviously, they're playing for the fans too, but they're playing more as well. Like I said earlier a group of friends and I think that's definitely helping them, you know, especially the fact that a lot of them lot of their core did come up together and they've been here, you know a lot like the guys like Ted Fernandez Danny Jansen they were here when the Blue Jays were, you know, pretty bad the last couple of years and I think this is definitely a good group overall very, you know, like it was like we've said very tough lessons that they had to learn that, you know, if you if you want to compete with the best teams, you have to bring your A-game Unfortunately they didn't and they were you know, they just got beat by the race. I think that's the best way to put it and Hope you know hopefully it works out for them in the future. I mean the extended playoffs the one good thing or interesting thing is that Rob Manfred said that it's probably not going to consist of 16 teams. It's probably going to have fifteen or something like that which you know it I mean, yeah, there's some arguments about why having you know, literally over half the league in the playoffs is not dead, you know, it kind of takes away from the the competitiveness and how you know, can just be a sub 500 team or a 500 team is still make the playoffs. I mean if that's Rob Manfred believes or things that it should work then you know, I'm all for it. As long as the Blue Jays you.

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Section 138

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"And welcomed episode 88 of section 138. I'm your host Mark. Collie. As always. I'm joined by Bryson and Jacob. How are you guys? I am good. How are you? I'm I'm doing all right. It's been a week. How are you Jacob? I'm doing wrong. I mean, it sucks. The playoff run was kind of short, but you know what? It was fun while it lasts. Yeah. We we knew last week that by this point this week. We would know what happened to the dog. Is whether they were eliminated whether they were moving on and unfortunately, they are eliminated. We're not having the podcast. We want it to be having at this point. It was a very quick postseason back to games the Blue Jays scored a grand total of what three runs for runs. They were some like over 22 with runners in scoring position over the course of only two games. It was not the not the series we expected we expected them to at least give some offense against the Rays and we didn't expect High engine Rio to age, you know, give up. What was it seven runs in his start. So what are you guys Impressions about you know, how it worked out or you guys disappointed by the way, the Blue Jays performed, even though we knew that they would be facing a challenge going against the Rays well to start off it it definitely was disappointing. But I guess it's something that none of us really or a lot of us kind of expected it to be possible. You know, first of all when we're dead Entering the series we knew Tampa Bay was the first season the American League so pretty much the Jays were matching up with one of the best teams overall in the league. And in this case the best team in the American League and just flat-out didn't work off after two games. You know, I get you know, it started off with the interesting strategy with the rotation with Matt Shoemaker starting game one and then Henry was supposed to start game two and then for potential game 3 would have been taijuan Walker and then after the game one, actually Matt Shoemaker only pitched about three Innings and then Rob. Came in after that for another three items. So it was it worked out but you know offensively just they couldn't get the job done. We found it kind of ended in game one and then game to pretty much everything fell off the rails in the first inning or the second inning. Sorry were you was shaky right off the get-go and going into the second inning is that's when pretty much everything fell apart. And from there at the not look good. It was it was it 7 nothing gate nothing and you know, the James managed to score a few runs, but unfortunately, it wasn't close to being enough, you know things off. Around there's a few errors few errors that you don't see every day from someone like Bo bichette and yeah, it would just I guess, you know, when you look at it, it's still in my opinion was a successful season. I think if both of you guys can agree with me on that but you know, I don't know how you know, definitely a learning experience for them as well, you know as much as it was only two games, you got to experience some sort of a off baseball obviously not usual playoff baseball with no crowds or in this case a 60 Game season and then this year also with a new playoff format, but you know, the James will be back. They not busy offseason ahead. And unfortunately, it couldn't work out but some questionable decisions, I guess at first when we first saw it with Matt Shoemaker, but it ended up working out fine. Robbie Ray did pitch a good greetings home after he came into the game, but you know what, it was a little disappointing but overall, I'm still happy with the season the Blue Jays had yeah, I mean it was kind of tough to watch. I mean the Blue Jays game. In game one, they were competitive. But you know game too was just it was over by what the second inning. So it just obviously not the ending you want to a season but I mean it it's still stuck in a way was a successful season because I mean they obviously the blue just went from what was it Thirty games under five hundred or something 2019 to over five hundred record. I'll be sixty games but still it was still good to see I think the best way to describe this playoff series with the Rays would just be an experience was showing it you saw a lot of players who had performed for the Blue Jays took out the season just swinging at pitches that were not in the strike. So and I think in game six, they had six left on base there only run was off of a Bo bichette sac-fly and I think was the eighth inning it just you know, not what you expected from the Blue Jays, although they did, you know face some good Rays pitching, but it's just Overall was a very tough season to watch or series to watch rather and the errors were made like you said bracing with Bo bichette. I think he had to in the sixties combined there was you where he could have easily adding and dealing was extended and the Blue Jays, you know, they struggled also one of the things I was interesting was after game took to Pat Tabler who was brought onto Blue Jays Central. He alluded to the fact that you did not look look comfortable on the mound and we always talk about how you don't really see emotion out of him, you know, it can be 5 a.m. For his team or five nothing for the other team could be a one-run game that can be tied. You know, you don't know how he's feeling but he did not look very comfortable and it just that was tough to see I mean, we kind of took last week we expected to start the game with reuse starting to be a game that the Blue Jays would automatically win or at least be very competitive and it just that didn't happen. I mean he.

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Section 138

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Section 138

"And welcomed episode 88 of section 138. I'm your host Mark. Collie. As always. I'm joined by Bryson and Jacob. How are you guys? I am good. How are you? I'm I'm doing all right. It's been a week. How are you Jacob? I'm doing wrong. I mean, it sucks. The playoff run was kind of short, but you know what? It was fun while it lasts. Yeah. We we knew last week that by this point this week. We would know what happened to the dog. Is whether they were eliminated whether they were moving on and unfortunately, they are eliminated. We're not having the podcast. We want it to be having at this point. It was a very quick postseason back to games the Blue Jays scored a grand total of what three runs for runs. They were some like over 22 with runners in scoring position over the course of only two games. It was not the not the series we expected we expected them to at least give some offense against the Rays and we didn't expect High engine Rio to age, you know, give up. What was it seven runs in his start. So what are you guys Impressions about you know, how it worked out or you guys disappointed by the way, the Blue Jays performed, even though we knew that they would be facing a challenge going against the Rays well to start off it definitely was disappointing. But I guess it's something that none of us really or a lot of us kind of expected it to be possible. You know, first of all when we're dead Entering the series we knew Tampa Bay was the first season the American League so pretty much the Jays were matching up with one of the best teams overall in the league. And in this case the best team in the American League and just flat-out didn't work off after two games. You know, I get you know, it started off with the interesting strategy with the rotation with Matt Shoemaker starting game one and then Henry was supposed to start game two and then for potential game 3 would have been taijuan Walker and then after the game one, actually Matt Shoemaker only pitched about three Innings and then Rob. Came in after that for another three items. So it was it worked out but you know offensively just they couldn't get the job done. We found it kind of ended in game one and then game to pretty much everything fell off the rails in the first inning or the second inning. Sorry were you was shaky right off the get-go and going into the second inning is that's when pretty much everything fell apart. And from there at the not look good. It was it was it 7 nothing gate and you know, the James managed to score a few runs, but unfortunately, it wasn't close to being enough, you know things off. Around there's a few errors few errors that you don't see every day from someone like Bo bichette and yeah, it would just I guess, you know, when you look at it, it's still in my opinion was a successful season. I think if both of you guys can agree with me on that but you know, I don't know how you know, definitely a learning experience for them as well, you know as much it was only two games, you got to experience some sort of a off baseball obviously not usual playoff baseball with no crowds or in this case a 60 Game season and then this year also with a new playoff format, but you know, the James will be back. They not busy offseason ahead. And unfortunately, it couldn't work out but some questionable decisions, I guess at first when we first saw it with Matt Shoemaker, but it ended up working out fine. Robbie Ray did pitch a good greetings home after he came into the game, but you know what, it was a little disappointing but overall, I'm still happy with the season the Blue Jays had yeah, I mean it was kind of tough to watch. I mean the Blue Jays game. In game one, they were competitive. But you know game too was just it was over by what the second inning. So it just obviously not the ending you want to a season but I mean it it's still stuck in a way was a successful season because I mean they obviously the blue just went from what was it Thirty games under five hundred or something 2019 to over five hundred record. I'll be sixty games but still it was still good to see I think the best way to describe this playoff series with the Rays would just be an experience was showing it you saw a lot of players who had performed for the Blue Jays took out the season just swinging at pitches that were not in the strike. So and I think in game six, they had six left on base there only run was off of a Bo bichette sac-fly and I think was the eighth inning it just you know, not what you expected from the Blue Jays, although they did, you know face some good Rays pitching, but it's just Overall was a very tough season to watch or series to watch rather and the errors were made like you said bracing with Bo bichette. I think he had to in the sixties combined there was you where he could have easily adding and dealing was extended and the Blue Jays, you know, they struggled also one of the things I was interesting was after game took to Pat Tabler who was brought onto Blue Jays Central. He alluded to the fact that you did not look comfortable on the mound and we always talk about how you don't really see emotion out of him, you know, it can be 5 a.m. For his team or five nothing for the other team could be a one-run game that can be tied. You know, you don't know how he's feeling but he did not look very comfortable and it just that was tough to see I mean, we kind of took last week we expected to start the game with reuse starting to be a game that the Blue Jays would automatically win or at least be very competitive and it just that didn't happen. I mean he.

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

04:14 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"All the other major league baseball. Like I said couldn't even get up up to Home it against the guy this season. So it's a Brendan's know there's some data that backs up the fact of Blue Jays have hit him previous season and actually tracks over the last four or five years including his same here, which I thought was more impressive. So there's something to do against the Blue Jays that there is something wonky. When he sees the blue that he gets night. It's not the pin stripes. I guess he has no fear of the Yankees. I can see that right here on this page on the blue dome light them up or something. Yeah. I'm not scared of snow. It's glass now who terrifies me more than him. So I'm glad he is going against them. It's look this topic. We could it be either over this topic like their Sone Avenues and ankles to take the only other thing I'll get in there is you could follow you could have decided to follow a similar route that you take tomorrow. Go walk your dog. Four or five innings and then bring in Robbie Ray and I don't think people would have been upset because it is taijuan Walker pitching. But all the other thing I'll say is Shoemaker has been betting against lefties this year then he has right. So this is a play to the match up and should make her might be the better of the two against the raised tile and walkers in the better pitcher for entire year makers been injured but Shoemaker against the raised themselves as sort of opponent might be the better fit which is why they're going to go with him tomorrow didn't walk her pitch Friday. Yeah. He's good to go. Like a five-year Walker's normal day arrests would have been Wednesday, but he's ready. That's why he could pitch on Wednesday because the only thing I'm more and convinced that we're going to see him before depending on the score and depending on what happens in tomorrow's game. But look I was that we didn't faze Tyler glasnow this year wage. That's scary positive that that's even more terrifying for me. So you want the whole .05 batting average off of the two games. We got I can see why you're scared. I was hoping to find out of the reassure you and give you a nice warm blanket. Yeah, so I guess in that regard you want your your Ace there to go toe-to-toe with them home?.

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"You have to he has to kind of a dud bi even if it's not exactly even if it's not you're walking him out there and then you're hoping to salvage the game 3 months, right? So you're the the goal tomorrow obviously is to win and I think you're going to see Shoemaker and Ray tomorrow. I just and I I'm actually pretty confident with the two of them together. Are you do not think I the way I know that you know, guys seen it shoemakers a gamer. I'm really not worried about him taking the ball at all that has nothing to do with where this argument least on my aspect. It's just right now. If you look at this team on paper the best two pitchers, are you engineer you and taijuan Walker. Yes starting game too. I would think Walker starting game one and that just seems fishy and we're dead sea, I think you can piggyback off that philosophy of having your two best pitchers pitching the same game unless it's a blowout right unless it's a blowout now the goal tomorrow when if you can somehow squeak out a win tomorrow, right? Let's say Shoemaker as you mentioned. Brandon can't go more than five. He's he's pitched top six this year six innings was His Highest and that's not on a jury. Yeah and not did he pitch six against Boston or is that still pre-injury? I can't remember I feel much more for is I feel like it before Sox series, okay. So let's say he goes five, right? Let's say best case scenario goes five. You have re come out and pitch a solid three Innings with a lead. Even if it's a short lead and that's where you're hoping for you hoping for batch starting to come alive. You witnessed it. So let's hope that it happens in the dome and you have maybe Nate Pearson close out the game with his heat which by the way, I think he can't 104 was it in Buffalo? His first five pitches were like a hundred. Yeah. It was the highest by a blue jays rookie pitcher ever in in club history, but regardless, it's Randy Johnson coming out..

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

04:10 min | 2 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"We've never seen a three-game series before in MLB playoff history. It's been lately one-game wild-card and then a five gamer and no matter how you slice it and dice it guys. You could win game one and you have your best starter for game to sweep the race. And that is your best chance to do that or if you lose tomorrow, you said your best starter to save your sins and then get it to your second best starter in game three. So I think no matter how you slice it and dice at the Blue Jays are probably thinking well, okay you sore. Let's give an extra day's rest that formed really well, but also no matter how you break it down. If you win game one lose game one game too is the most important game of the three-game series. Did you get either went into or you save your Seasons a game 3 and Trust look into I like it personally. I know there's a lot of people who are kind of scared about it. And I think a lot of the arguments that you would make for starting were you in game one month? Versus not can be applied to why you started for Gabe to or why you don't starve get too. I just think it also works well for the book and I don't want to Ramble On too much but let's just say tomorrow she maker cuz he's not stretched out goes three or four Innings and then you have Robbie Ray to follow him you flip the raised around pretty quickly to throw them off or you gotta righty who was actually better against lefties than taijuan Walker is those splits are undeniable Walker's not have that then you have the lucky coming in and then you use your best Bullpen arms. So if it's close game, you can mix and match your way to a close one run game to run game and give yourself a chance to win that game with a bullpen day mixed in with Shoemaker starting and Ray the hope is and this is where I could backfire guys if you goes out there and was a dead and you're both ends tax per game through and if you do happen to win, You're screwed for game three, but I think you're assuming Bullpen game.

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"66. Mark Melissa's A Magna Great Moussa. Maggie with you A Thursday midday, so couple of things have you just hopped on in here. Joining us A number one is Thean NBA players down in Orlando. Meeting this morning, They decided that they will resume the N BA postseason targeting Friday as being a return date. No games yesterday. Obviously no games. Today those games have been postponed on and they will return and continue to play the MBA playoffs with the target date maybe of Friday. But that is not official yet. That's just speculation. We'll see if the NBA does return to play. On Friday. Number two somethingto look fault. Look at with the Giants. There's something going on with linebacker Blake Martinez, which there's not great clarity around. Just as of yet was not at practice was meeting with trainers. The Giants did have practice today. The Jets did not. The Tennessee Titans just announced. That they will not probably practicing this afternoon that they have made that decision. So we've seen a couple of teams around the National Football League decide not to practice Maggie the last 24 36 hours. So after the MBA decision, the Giants did practice this morning, but a little bit of Ah, not really much clarity going on with the Giants linebacker Blake Martinez, the former Green Bay Packer Was not at practice, Joe Judge said. He's not particularly, you know, he's not all that concerned about Martinez. But he's meeting which with giant trainers, so I don't know what's going on with Martinez, but something for the Giants as they suffered a couple injuries yesterday, McKinney Brooke fractured his foot. Mayo, the linebackers suffered a thorn meniscus. Now there's something going on with Blake Martinez. That's something to keep an eye on. If you're a giant fan, as well as the MLB trade deadline is approaching, the Toronto Blue Jays have struck first They've traded Ah Ah Player to be named later to the Seattle Mariners for Taiwan. Walker, who was two and two with a four e R a through five starts for the Seattle Mariners. So Taiwan Walker it will be pitching for the Toronto bluejays the rest of the way as they acquired him to try and strengthen up That's starting rotation for Toronto. Brody didn't want to go back to the Mariners. Well, think so. I think you got because I'm sure was a Jerry Dipoto. Right? I'm sure he was all for it is neither GM still. Yeah. Jerry of I I think that now that says, I think maybe you have your answer, right? I think that if Taiwan Walker was willing to be traded for a player to be named later, if the Mets need starting pitching help, and this was not a possibility, I have to imagine the matters would jump at the opportunity. To trade with the Mets again, so, especially after watching Diaz again last night, and Whoa. Hi, ho. I don't want to be a prisoner of the moment. But the moment has been like a year and a half. It is just the return. I just don't trust the kid. I just don't trust the kid and you got all you need to know they're about the Mets and their their situation of the deadline. Yeah, and Maggie just on, you know, and we've discussed it a couple weeks earlier. I was probably about a month ago where we discuss they're talking about the Washington football team and their owner, Daniel Snyder. Another. Another exploratory piece investigative piece came out in the in The Washington Post and the team at issue a statement yesterday. Ah, not only did Jason right issue a statement, but also Daniel Snyder issued a statement and right is the new team president of AH of Washington. The football team down there in D. C. It's it's alarming on. I use that word, because Yeah, I said at the time for Daniel Snyder. And you know we there were people, one that reported the initially came out, which which struck us both funny at the time, Maggie that maybe they thought it was going to be even worse than what it turned out to be. Well, from our perspective was pretty bad, and I said it was time for Daniel Snyder to no longer own a team. In the National Football League. How are you? If you're if you're John Marah, ifyou're, though, you know Chris Johnson, Woody Johnson, you and obviously put Woody aside. But Chris Johnson, how do you want Daniel Snyder owning a team in the National Football League? Well, Maur. People have come forward more allegations. Larry Michael is in the middle of it. He is obviously stepped down on did a while back. It's it's It's just awful. And here's the one thing that bothers me about Snyder in his statement toe where a guy that is as hands on as he is, grows up a fan of the team. Wass defiant in the fact that the team's name will not change until it was going to cost him and it was going to cost them whether it be FedEx whether it be Pepsi. Whether it be Nike, whether it be Amazon, although all the companies that came forward and peas and put the financial pressure on Snyder to finally change the name, they haven't picked a name. They're going to go with the Washington football team here moving forward, but Eventually they will pick a name, and they've retired their nickname and and and ah, the Native American imagery that went along with the organization. Maggie. How exactly Now, if you're Roger Goodell in the National Football League, with another round of allegations going up against Washington, If you're Daniel Snyder, how exactly a guy that's been so micromanage that organization as much as he is. How does he allowed in a statement to say that he wasn't hands on and had no idea that this stuff was going on was going now take a more hands on approach with Washington moving forward. How do you do that? Well, that's the wrong direction. We need less. Daniel Snyder, Me nor Daniel Snyder. I let these are far away, and you know it was funny because or not funny, it was sobering because when the first piece came out, there was also a report that said that the writers and the investigative journalists who were reporting on that story One of them actually had to turn his phone off right before they were trying to get to the deadline here and trying to publish this story because so many other women We're contacting him to say that I have a similar story to what these women were saying happened to them just by virtue of working for the Washington football team. So you wanted 25 more women have now come forward. 25 more women and again like this is not where you know all women want is just a chance. And they prey on that on that, um On that sentiment. They prey on it that women want a chance, and they they treat them and objectify them. And and and, as one said, You know, the new interns were looked at is like fresh meat. It makes my stomach turn because I know so many women who have the same experience and all all we want. Is nothing extra. Nothing special. We don't want any special treatment. We just want a chance. If we can do the job, just let us do it. And with Larry Michael, who I've told you guys before, was one of my former bosses and in Washington, D. C. I was an intern for him at Westwood one. I had nothing but a great experience working for Larry and I actually consider him a mentor. But if this is true, and I have no reason to believe that it would not be true, This is horrific behavior. I mean it also just so juvenile and perverted. You're going to take out takes from some calendar. Shoot that the Washington football team cheerleaders had so that you can just like, you know, get quicks shots of like their genitals and all that..

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"taijuan walker" Discussed on KOMO

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01:32 min | 9 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on KOMO

"Says banks are standing by with loans and lines of credit for the community for a reason and if our businesses need some help during an event like this we need to step up and you will see that happen currently there's not much help for workers of the governors expected to lay out a plan to address those concerns and a record number of people are working in downtown Seattle of turn to telecommuting is commercial airplanes reports trend began before the outbreak commute Seattle conducted its biannual study in twenty nineteen that indicated six percent of downtown employees work remotely or shifter their schedules to avoid peak hour commutes the total number of these trips tripled since twenty ten now as many as fourteen percent of workers say the telework at least one day a week and twenty nineteen more than sixteen thousand downtown Seattle workers tell worked on a typical weekday up from only fifty five hundred and twenty ten Eric heights couple news committees time one ten time to visit the Harley exterior sports desk with couples bill Schwartz the mariners move some baseball shipmates Seattle has sent several prospects including Julio Rodriguez to minor league camp lefty pitcher Nick Margie vicious and former Washington husky I fielder Braden bishop will start a triple a to come up last night the ends fell to four and twelve in spring training games with a two one loss to Milwaukee but manager Scott service love what he got from his pitchers including starter Taijuan Walker we got a rolling stuff is really good news there certainly the intensity to get the adrenaline going through it was great to see the ends are playing the angels this afternoon in Peoria ivy.

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02:07 min | 9 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on KOMO

"All of our options Peter McGraw with port of Seattle says the port was expecting a record breaking year when it comes to people going on cruises out of Seattle but covert nineteen is forcing them to take action what is significant and it is a situation we're taking very seriously he says they'll be cleaning and sanitizing areas to ensure everything safe while following the lead of the government and the CDC on best courses of action meanwhile a record number of people working in downtown Seattle have turned to telecommuting in the middle of all this as we hear from Cuomo's Eric Heinze commute to Seattle conducted its biannual study in twenty nineteen that indicated six percent of downtown employees work remotely or shifter their schedules to avoid peak hour commutes the total number of these trips tripled since twenty ten now as many as fourteen percent of workers say the telework at least one day a week and twenty nineteen more than sixteen thousand downtown Seattle workers tell worked on a typical weekday up from only fifty five hundred and twenty ten Eric heights couple news couple news time seven ten time to get to the Harley exterior sports desk with some other cigarette Gonzaga faces a familiar foe for the west coast conference tournament championship tonight they take on St Mary's at six PM from Las Vegas there was some doubt as to whether or not those ads would make it there they went down to the wire before beating San Francisco last night eighty one seventy seven in the conference semis will appear in the conference title game tonight for the twenty third year in a row that it was not so good for the eleventh ranked zags women they fell to Portland in the semis of the WCC tournament the husky offense at the players on the second time in five days they take on the Wildcats in the first round of the pac twelve tournament tomorrow Las Vegas the Huskies beat Arizona Saturday in Tucson our coverage tomorrow started to a two thirty tip off yesterday the pac twelve announcing that you dub freshman Isaiah Stewart won a pair of honors he was named to the all pac twelve first team and the all pac twelve freshman team Taijuan Walker hoping to claim a spot of the merits study rotation but his first cactus league start in the spring of today give it just a run and three hits so good first two first two headers little nervous but it just wasn't executed as a sort of feel my way through and then after I just I.

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02:19 min | 9 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on KOMO

"To step up and you will see that happen currently there's not much help for workers although the governor is expected to lay out a plan to address that later today the first leg of their north American tour over the virus outbreak defenses the decision was made with consideration for the safety and well being of their fans they say they want the rest of the country to avoid what C. that'll has gone through Ticketmaster will be in touch with those who've already bought tickets komo news time five ten we had to the Harley exterior sports desk Tom Butler is here to talk about a nail biter yes it was a second round of the Bulldogs got quite a scare from San Francisco in the semi finals of the west coast conference men's tournament last night in Las Vegas the game was tied with just over four minutes to go but thanks Joel I he had a couple of big shots including this one well gives up to Casper back to a guy belongs to a full stop to where's the guy instead driving with the left hand shot off the well I don't plays down the stretch the Golan Learfield IMG and that made it seventy eight seventy two guns I goes on a one eighty one seventy seven they'll face the very familiar foe in St Mary's tonight in a conference championship game that sounds like a women were knocked out of the turn of the semi finals by Portland tomorrow the Washington men play in the pac twelve tournament also in Las Vegas facing Arizona a team they beat by six points this past Saturday night live pregame coverage it to the two thirty tip yesterday some honors for the star one of the stars of the Huskies freshman Isaiah Stewart picked up pac twelve honors named all pac twelve first team and all pac twelve freshman team and the mariners lost to the brewers in cactus league action last night to the one they got strong pitching though from Taijuan Walker in his first spring start three innings gave up just a run Justin Dunn tossed three shutout innings there back in Peoria hosting the angels today sports attentive forty past each hour Tom on hold us he's Coleman who's come on his time five twelve the Seattle foundation has raised millions of dollars in a very short period of time to respond to the corona virus outbreak almost met Markovic explains how that money will be spent the C. L. foundation a separate cove in nineteen response fund that already has the likes of Alaska Airlines Amazon Microsoft Starbucks contributing this Stephen Connie bomber donated three million dollars to.

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02:08 min | 9 months ago

"taijuan walker" Discussed on KOMO

"To be able to try to rattle off four games in a row I mean what else what other great opportunity can you have there's a coach my competency in Tony caster cone have the Washington basketball coaches show we start at six o'clock tonight on komo news coming off the Tommy John elbow surgery can Taijuan Walker find his pitching group will start to find out tonight he's on the mound in Phoenix as the mariners play the brewers in cactus league hardball and the trainer of champion horse maximum security is among more than two dozen people charging what federal authorities described as a widespread international scheme to drug horses to try and make them run faster sports at ten forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come owners as here that I absolutely have the right bill five eleven A. como news having a brave face can be valuable but so can be having a truly human moment couples Brian Calvert tells us about the northwest official who became much more relatable over the weekend for the past several weeks medical professionals first responders to those of us here on the radio we've all been caught up in a daily barrage of information regarding a virus we still don't know a whole lot about and while you can just turn down the volume there are people who have to relive every detail of this outbreak nearly every hour of the day which can make a refreshing one one of those trusted sources has a truly human moment I think they're saying and there's been a number community exposures and health coming up until this weekend maybe you can already hear the emotion and Dr Bonnie Henry's voice for weeks British Columbia's health minister has stepped up to the podium daily to update her province on covert nineteen but something was very different in our presentation this past weekend and at this time I am asking people to consider having virtual gatherings sometimes it's uncomfortable when someone gets emotional and sometimes it's helpful as she faced dozens of reporters Dr Henry the most trusted source of information this part of Canada has revealed a vulnerability and showed a real miss many are finding refreshing considered not coming together particularly if you have people in your gathering who are who are elderly for more hands.

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