24 Burst results for "Terry Collins"
"terry collins" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"I've never been good at that. And every time I was, here's the thing. Every time I do it, I get rejected. And I'm tired of rejection. I hate rejection. That's what it comes down to. It's not that I'm not comfortable to myself or I don't like them or I don't want to be rejected anymore. I'm tired of it. Who has rejected? You mean rejected to be a guest on your WFE? I'm going to give you a couple of break some news. I'm going to give you another people give a shit about it. But this is to be a guest on your WFA and radio show. Correct. Go ahead. So I in spring training met Billy eppler, the general manager of the mets. I didn't see him. He came to sit next to me and Terry Collins, exchange numbers, I'd love to get you on the show, whatever, blah blah blah, send him a text before the season, good luck text, nothing back. Send him a text about four weeks into the seat, maybe a couple of weeks ago, hey, love to have you on the show. Nothing back. I deleted his fucking number. I don't want anything to do with. Now, it doesn't mean I don't like him, but I'm done asking. Like, I don't even give a shit about this, and here I am thinking that we had a decent conversation, maybe he wants to come on the radio and Don, whatever. As your dear friend, I'm glad you deleted his number because I would be worried that you one night with text him and say, can you please cut Vogel back? I would be. I've heard, I'm not gonna mention names. I've heard other media members talk shows like myself have done similar things to one of the teams that they root for and I was mortified by that. So I would never. I would never do that. All right, so the Met's GM blew you off. Who else playoff?
"terry collins" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"To be funny just an attempt to build team spirit or celebrate? Did Sam Lee? I still see, all right? Well, I think he muted himself. He could just bounce. He was polite. Can you just see what else keep talking? And he just settled out. That's a very Sam exit. I think that was quintessentially Sam. That was the way he went out. Grant, did you have any last one that you wanted to say? Yeah, I'll just do a quick one about how much Ted Williams loved his bats. Like he loved his bats. He didn't have roommates on the road. He was just sit with his bats, that's not even a joke. He would just be in his hotel room, honing his bats with a bone, just getting the wood the way he liked it when he would wipe away the Dustin Rosen. He would weigh his bats on his own scale. This is like, I'm reading this straight from a book excerpt about Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams. Before every game, he would stand in front of a large hotel mirror, usually wearing only an undershirt and his underwear, swinging a bat, quote, he wanted to see how he looked with the bat in his hands because he had to look good. My name is effing Williams. I'm the greatest hitter in baseball. He would declare through clenched teeth, swing the bat and repeat his mantra. My name is Ted F and Williams, and I'm the greatest hitter in baseball. In a mirror, in his underwear, I love that. Well, no, the end quote came before I left. I love that. But yeah, no, he was just a true true nut and I really appreciate that. Wow, that was very erratic. You definitely couldn't have a roommate for any of that. Yeah. Privacy. Yeah, no. They needed some alone time clearly. Yeah. And he didn't say he said the whole thing. The whole thing. I guess. I don't know whether each row was as physically affectionate with the bats, but he had his whole science of storage and the humidity and just getting it down to the ounce and the subset of an ounce. So yeah, players and bats. Some of them, like their bats and kissed their bets and they may not kiss other players in public. But they're not afraid of PDA with their bats. Again, only if they want to. This is not pressure. I will say that it like kissing a bat, I would have picked when you see players occasionally like pick something out of the pine tar and put it in their mouth. Have you ever seen that? Yeah. Some players will just like pick a piece of pine tar off the bat and put it in their mouth. I would have drafted that as I thought ahead. All right, well my last pick was going to be and I guess still is Jeff king. I don't know whether you all recall Jeff king, but by May west pick for why we like baseball draft is Jeff king not liking baseball, actually, or at least being perceived not to like baseball. And despite not particularly caring for baseball, was a pretty successful baseball player, which I think is really interesting. Jeff king was the number one overall amateur draft pick by the pirates in 1986, and he got 11 years in the big leagues, and he hit a 154 dingers, and he was worth 17 war. Pretty decent player, maybe not all you hoped for from a number one pick. But he lasted, he had a career and he had the talent to get drafted first overall in the first place. And a lot of accounts say that he just did not enjoy baseball very much. And eventually walked away, much like, say, Miller did on this podcast. Just decided that he was done with the sport at Joe Pesci, who covered him, he wrote something some years ago for pitchers and poets about just reminiscing about Jeff king. And presidenti said, best I could tell Jeff king did not like playing baseball. I could never remember seeing a player who seemed so miserable on a baseball diamond. He said, I'm not kidding about how much he disliked the game. His manager in Kansas City, Tony muser, used to tell a story about how he heard king moaning one day about the national anthem. Muser, a former marine was shocked, but king explained every time they play this song, I have a bad day. Very dark, very sad story. I don't know if I believe that he said that because when I searched on newspapers dot com, that was a story that Jim Lewin told in 1986 about a player an unnamed player who said that to Jim Leland that year and then he said it again in 1987 that a player the previous year had said exactly that every time they play that song I have a bad day and that was before king was drafted and was a pirate. So either muser is conflating a couple guys or they independently said the same thing about not liking the national anthem and having a bad day or maybe Jeff king who was on the pirate subsequently heard that story from Jim Lewin was like, I like that. I'm going to start saying that myself. Anyway, I don't think he coined it. But the first one to say it was Mark Twain. But forget that he actually took it from Benjamin. It's a long misattributed. But he said, he was so king, he walked away on May 21st, 1999. He suddenly and shockingly retired poznanski put it, and he just stood went away to his wrench in Montana. And president ski said it didn't make a lot of sense unless you realized how much he despised playing professional baseball, he couldn't wait to get out. Later someone told me that he had only the day before he retired, secured enough service time to guarantee his MLB pension. I don't know if that's true. That's the third hand that's hearsay. And also, he walked away from like $3 million, so I don't know if he just was in it for the money, then he could have stayed and collected the $3 million and not worried about the pension. But anyway, I think it's fascinating that perhaps a player might not have liked baseball and still would have made it to the Pinnacle of their sport. And lasted that long. And you can find throughout Jeff king's career. There were stories about him not really liking baseball that much. In 1989, here's a story. Jeff king went one for three drove in four runs and scored another in the buffalo bison 6 three victory over the Denver zephyrs, so Tuesday was not the worst day of his life. As of Tuesday, Jeff king had no plans to quit baseball, but today is another day. That was 1989. He didn't leave until 1999, but it's all about he's not into it. And I think, though, the thing is that I don't know whether he was just misunderstood because it seems to me that he put a lot of pressure on himself and that maybe that's why he didn't enjoy it. Like in 1989, he said, king has become so obsessed with meeting expectations. His expectations, he often denies himself the joy of playing. That's my biggest struggle having fun at the game when I'm not doing as well as I can do. It's not any fun. I probably had fun at more times this season. And then his manager, Terry Collins says in spring training, I wasn't sure he wanted to play bad enough, but now I think he wants to play. I think he likes to play. He sounded surprised. That he said he's been impressive at the plate if we can get him to keep wanting to play, he's going to make it. So there was just all about
"terry collins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The scream jam series ran on ABC from 1968 to 1970 It also featured teen idol Bobby Sherman and features starsky and Hutch costar David Soul The Hollywood Reporter says Hanley passed away from Alzheimer's disease at the age of 80 I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom President Joe Biden is set to warn the nation about remaining unvaccinated in a speech Tuesday as the omicron variant of the coronavirus takes hold in the U.S. New York State reported 21,908 cases on Saturday breaking a record for the entire pandemic for a second consecutive day In the UK health secretary Sajid javid refused to rule out stronger COVID-19 rules before Christmas after the nation's top health advisers urged stricter measures to contain infections that may be running in the hundreds of thousands per day Federal Reserve governor Christopher Waller says the Central Bank could start raising interest rates as early as its march 15th and 16th meeting after deciding to end asset purchases sooner than planned We get more on that from Bloomberg's Shirley pellet In response to a question after a speech to the forecasters club of New York Waller said quote the whole point of accelerating the tapering was to end it much faster in March so the march meeting could be a live meeting that was the intent fed chair Jay Powell and his colleagues on the FOMC last week decided to double the pace of which they are winding down their bond buying program putting them on track to wrap it up by mid March Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Buck showalter has been hired as the New York mets manager bringing him back to the Big Apple to take over his 5th major league team The former Yankee skipper replaces Luis Rojas what go in early October following two losing seasons Mets owner Steve Cohen announced the move yesterday afternoon on Twitter Showalter has managed more than 3000 big league games over 20 seasons giving the mets an experienced bench boss for the first time since Terry Collins is 7 year tenure ended after the 2017 campaign Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This.
"terry collins" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Is like jesse. The video of the mets manager terry collins. Losing it on an umpire and that was when he said My ass is in the jackpot or your asses in the jackpot. Somebody's somebody's asked was in the jackpot and then it was just like he's kind of just like acute old man screaming and gruden's not like our producer. Salvi said our asses in the jackpot. That's what it was so there were multiple acid on this. It's like i put grew in that category where he's not quite cute old man yet but he was like you know most of us know him as k tv guy or like he was the corona man and now like the corona man is screaming at me. And it's just like okay. You know like you're you're just you know it's not like it's not like sean. Payton after the sean payton during the nfc championship game. Where like that. That was scary. Like you saw rage in that man's is you know and and so i think that there's a difference a little bit so he had developments in chicago. One of those at the bears are now a five hundred team. They they won this game. And i think the most encouraging thing about the way they won this game is they want it. Twenty eighteen style. They took the ball away a bunch of times a second half four takeaways. Overall at one point they intercepted three consecutive. Joe borough passes. One of them was a pick six. This is how the bears have to win football games. If they are going to threaten anyone in the nfc roquan smith had one of the picks and you know tremendous performance so there are definitely you know. A lot is riding on the defense because they started the season. With andy dalton. Andy dalton gets injured in this game. And now it's just fields time. Which was a decision matinee. Gi was obviously putting off so now he can focus on fields but to this point. It's been sort of this while we're going to stick with dalton until an undated point in the future when fields will play well fields in in in the middle of the game which is not an ideal situation to be entering your first. Nfl regular season game For an extended period of time. Not just i snap here and there so it was a good day for the defense to be taking the ball away and to be putting points on the board and to be. You know making it a lot easier for the quarterback to win. It's it's so it's so am. I don't wanna make excuses for for matt nagy here but watching these games. It's so interesting. Because i don't know what i would do if i were him either. I mean i think of course just in fields is the player that you can do more with but on any given snap. I'm jason peters. Is i mean god. Love them is doing the best that he can at thirty nine and there are some times you know. There's that play. A week ago where he unconsciously sense like a rusher coming from the back side and didn't even look and just turned around and through a guy like thirty yards but then there were so many other plays this week. Where you know. He's just he's kicked off the edge. You know if if somebody just beats them he beats him. And it's not because jason is a bad..
"terry collins" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Why not get one of these to the village of your non. So he sends signed picture and this immediately becomes the most venerated artifacts magic laden item in the village because they have picture now and he knows about. That's the main thing right. He's acknowledged their existence in this confirms all their customs about him and they want to send a gift of their own so they sent a nal which is a pig killing club okay. You know it's the best thing they can think of. What's the best thing he could think of probably very excited and they want they want to make sure it gets to him so they can you make sure that prince. Philip gets to use the normal. You know to kill a pig. They are imagining that he would want to kill a pig just like they would with an all ceremonial item. As well. the last time. I went to e sound on orcas island. I went to the hardware store and i bought a japanese tree. Pruning saw the fancy hardware store. Fancy saw what makes japanese manufacturers design. It's a different design. It's kind of a curved. Almost like a like a scimitar and but small. And you're meant to prune your cherry trees with it. I've seen those. Does it have the long handle medium handle and now i think of it as a gift from the people of e sound. I thought you're going to say the people of japan. No i feel. I feel like i'm going to confine the cult to to a a regional town. Are you going to send them a picture of trimming. You're you're i am trimming my bush with it or even the outback and prince. Philip is happy to oblige so he poses with the with the nl club and sends it back via the colonial government. Yeah and of course the village of non now even happier because they can confirm that philip did indeed get the gift and he's wielding it you know he's he's still connected to his native culture. Neither john the guy we saw him on the deck of the ship is now the chief of the village and he creates a shrine where all over the years. A couple more photos get sense. This village now has a handful of philip a bill but they can display in this In their holiest spot grass shack and shut that way back. I guess it's not way back in august. It's front and center or you don't think it's twenty five feet. From the railroad there are And the villages is converted at this point. You know this. Jenner rising generation now knows nothing but a world where prince philip one of the world's most powerful man uses a non all crop from this very village. So they're now. There are now thousands of of prince philip movement terry collins in your non Over the years they become convinced the stories that they are told you. He doesn't come back so the story. Kind of a bummer. Jesus hasn't come back either yet. You know christianity's do. Did you ever send a shipping container full of peaches. That would have been a nice gesture. It's more than jesus ever did. He doesn't appear to put himself out too much. And maybe that's the dignity of his office. He's the duke of edinburgh. A small village somewhere seems weirdly. But it's the same way you might treat your fans you know like if if they send an esa as an sas. You'll send signed photo of you with the gift. I don't want to encourage that. I hate going to the mail mailbox. Otherwise might be something like that. People do that all the time. Hey will you send me a copy of this. And i'm like i just never gonna do that. I don't have don't have the ability the as you know. I'm very challenged in some some small segments of life. And if i were prince phillip. I would have somebody to do it for me. I would say send this person a teacher with a picture on it. I would imagine the his advisors in the palace of ones telling him. Please do not encourage this. The last thing we need is this two story in the sun right or are we sending your panties down there. That's exactly it. So he's he's walking a fine line of Presumably enjoying the attention. But also you know not wanting to make it the centerpiece of his of his consort ship or whatever he has but the store so he never returns so the stories on the island adapt to the fact that their god their spirit. Great spirit is not coming back presumably. He's doing other work over there. They see pictures of obama and they are so grateful that prince. Philip has arranged to put a black person in the white. Oh well done prince philip. Look what he's looking at the kind of work he's doing to put to put people of color into into prominent position in his far away part of the world They believe it becomes part of their in. And you you can tell at this point that they have more contact with the outside world because they're vaguely aware of larger forces even though they they keep their ways separate one it's reported that osama bin laden has been killed they assume prince phillip was was responsible perhaps not wrong so it's true that is disputed who fired the shot. Do you think it might have been prince phillip or maybe maybe prince. Philip gave the order. Or i don't ask who gave the order. It could just be a seal team. Six member very inspired by prince philip's bravery and dignity and without that example. He could not have could not have brought in london down. We don't know maybe. They lured bin laden with a can of peaches and they didn't tell us about it or first season of the crowd on wouldn't have been out yet so the idea kind of becomes the white culture sucks why culture is ruined our island but prince. Philip is briefly in a we capital just fighting against all this white stupidity with the the hallmarks of tonic culture. Which is brought to them. His pig beating club. He's got the club. What else do you need. Two thousand seven reality show by the british Tv folks at channel four. I think called meet. The natives brought five. I know right well right the little. You're correct so brought brought five people from tanna to london. that must've been pretty cool airplane flight. Sure i would like to have sat next to them or behind them and visit you know. Can you imagine the kind of the crocodile dundee fund. You would have every day. These guys ride on their first escalator or ferris wheel or to bread and they were allowed to visit with the duke of although it didn't happen on camera so the show covers fascination.
"terry collins" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Way he's a marshal way. I cannot wait rally. Come back and say martial. He's gonna eddie you'll know because he's coming back now and you'll probably know before al gets back. Hey eddie zack. martin is the fire. What of the floor. marshall bang. Thank you thank you very much all right well. I'm i just left it yesterday. League with with jerry with the one out two out thing. i didn't even have enough confidence to outages. No one was. There was one hundred one and then i was right and the marshall thing you guys doubt me. It's a goddamn marshall. it's a martial isn't it. Oh see tough guy was second and he just told me was marred marshall marshall i i looked posted before you walk in. Fire safety warden. He's a war safety ward. That might be a change. I know it used to be more safety safety. Used to marcia yes i still. I still think wardens a little bit much. Yeah but like. He's like a safety patrol. Guys what he is. He does patrol line august. Trolls aren't always you. Just walk through on making sure. Everybody's annoyed and i was in fifth grade. I was part of the safety patrol at timber point. Elementary were you. Yeah and i had the badge thing perfect. It was great catered that point. Too tall yeah. You'll mess with you. What was it about messing with me about helping people across the street stopping trap. Okay i thought you were like a crosswalk. Make your crimes happening. What what what sounds more important marshall award. I wash us now. Marshall marshall marshall sounds more important than marshall is like can be rank in some services but i feel like a warden is like you don't want to go see a warden warden is usually attached to a prison right as craig about that. So there's a warden right there's ward in there but we have a marshall here okay. Very good Let's let's take a couple of calls here now that we've got that settled has that. We're talking about louis. Role haas and evan roberts go back and forth on carton and roberts yesterday and stephen staten island wants to talk about. What's going on steve. Good morning what's up guys. Hey man so. I just had a couple of points. First of all by boy evans. Surprise me beautifully. I couldn't believe how are you realize there's actually uncomfortable voice but But the way of answering these things like a condescending tone like because he's the manager the move made sense. That was one of the worst moves. I've ever seen has been going back to the terry collins days where you make trach our heads every night but the guy behind Those crews was hitting like one thirty and even that but just one of the points. Sorry craig at the very end asked him if any of the coaches mentioned anything or if they even thought about it when he said no. I drove into the side of the verizon. Oh i mean nobody even mentioned it in the dugout. Even if they did steve he's not gonna throw anybody on the bus and the other thing too is like he has to come on here confidently you know. I don't we tom. I remember manager actually coming on saying sorry about what he did or didn't do joe girardi in the game against the indians in the playoff game with the review review. That's the only time i've ever remember one of those guys coming on. I don't really remember a a football coach coming on this station. Ever questioning a decision that he made because in real time when they're making those decisions they feel like they are making the right decisions and sometimes they don't turn out so it's easy to play. You know monday morning quarterback. But i will say this again in regards to that decision by louis rose to pitch to what what that was his name de la crew crews. And if you remember. I said that gary keith. And ronnie we're talking about well before it even happened that there's no way that they're going to pitch today. Crews there's no way and then they did and they were shocked so it wasn't like they were saying it. After the fact i guess yeah i guess and they pointed it out and that's why we as fans have such a hard time with that decision. Stephen stanton on said that lewis row haas was key. Phillies condescending. I don't i. Don't get that from louise. I i get a little hint of clueless this when he's answering these questions but i don't feel like he's condescending like i'm the baseball guy. You're not i actually didn't get the tech to any of that at all and the biggest issue here in the reason why there is a gap in philosophy is the mets. Don't want to admit that. Edwin d as socks. That's what it comes down to veith. Think that they have john smoltz in his prime dennis. Eckersley in his goose gossage. That's who they think that they have in that bullpen. With ed would be as they don't think that he stinks they. We all know that he does. They have a higher opinion of him. So when louise ross is saying india's he's are closer like he's the best we got where you're gonna go. He's going to go and get that guy out. He truly believes it. So that's where the gap in philosophy comes from. Let's go to john in hofstra pal. What's going on john. Good morning the morning fellows eight. You know from the manager to the gm for the players. What an embarrassment on the mets. And i'll tell you something. I think you mentioned that you can't watch. This team is not only on watchable. They are unlikable. i'm telling you. I'm sitting here watching a manage a excuse me a catcher looking. I'm saying looking at jt rail going we have an owner. Who could have gotten anyone he wants. We have we have a catcher. Who the hell's the catcher. We had a guy like michael conforto. I used to love watching. Get this guy off the team. He he hasn't had a hit since he started hitting a month ago. This team has not hit all year. How on earth is this happening. This team is a complete and utter embarrassment. I thought we were gonna have a owner. Who is going to be like the george steinbrenner get whoever he wants and now he's out there acting like a petulant child on twitter. Shut your mouth. Hire the right people and six this organization. It's a complete embarrassment. I can't. I can't watch these guys edwin being nice when you say you suck. I wouldn't want that guy in my little league team closing for me all right john. I agree with every word that you said. I can't watch them anymore. They are irrelevant in my life. I can't wait for that season to be over. I found out that. The marlins took the lead via guy. Odometer tweet. Because i didn't want to pollute my household by putting the game on my home. I was watching football. Which is the kingsport. That does everything right. That made me happy and entertain me. All the mets were just choking on their own vomit again. Oh guy from morrison. He ought to be happy great. Of course he was happy. It was up before after the yankees lost off and they were still playing but still but he also in the age. The cowboys to was a good night for him. Although the yankees lost again but yeah these guys are should not be here meaningless role haas zach scott and maybe even sandy alderson and steve collins going to have an opportunity to really show us where he wants to put this organization. If you want to continue on this hamster wheel of turds or he wants to become the dodgers east like he said what is it going to be. What's it gonna be steve. They they can end up running into a nick situation where nobody wants to come and player. You have to be careful. I mean we've feel like we've seen a little bit of vat.
"terry collins" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Somebody's waiting for them to catch up with emend dividend against and you know what you think about this so much that you say folded sort of you pretty much. Forget almost instantly you. Don't you know sort of like spend a lotta time sort of eulogizing over growing out and they'll win and things like that but you lender sort of like outstanding skill and don't couldn't entire and the other person i'm gonna mention here. We are arguing from fortunate before the chance to say no was say. Milk was the mole story. We've also grateful before his Yeah those those are the plays in my mind that listed you got people there. Sates h h very keys extremely rare. I think it absolutely you know when you're looking at forest and when you look at any team it's those maverick type of pliers. Those as always team talked to playas those players that didn't things that others wouldn't even think they do. But anyway the style and swagger and you roy they got booms off seats and of course in those days. It was terrorists but they got sick. Soy did they got to give him the ball. Giving the bull and again hence it's all would say recording because that's deciding every dressing room. Give me the bulge and give me the ball and that's absolutely bribery implies because it's not all why every play one sat bull but those times liars you don't come mckenzie's in story moves you terry collins them at the bryce pliers there was the play. Yeah walnut bull annex saw. Well the the the thing about brian close was a he was willing to accept People make mistakes because people do maintenance takes you know no one ever makes this takes on purpose. It's just one of. I think what he wasn't willing to forgive anybody who wasn't pretend to take responsibility. So in other words somebody would highlight. Somebody didn't want the ball. Somebody who would make excuses and and keep out of. It wasn't going until terry was the officer. And you know as a winger sometimes sometimes wing as the braves would notice afraid because he bought it he was You know he was afraid play. And i think you know you you mentioned the word my down and it is correct. Think that throwing cloth recognized something enteric. Because obviously you know. We don't need to prove as to me was a maverick. Oh absolutely the biggest maverick close. Yeah but you know the word. Maverick could be misleading in some respects because to be honest with you a teasing people like terry and people like brian closed from people out of notes and ally off the wall. It's just fact the talk to them. Does things differently and see things in a different way and it doesn't mean that they re responsible. It doesn't mean that they're not effective so for example Terry was not maverick innocence to trained very hard. He didn't he didn't sort of made me bike excuses and not go train and train hall. Actually it didn't go out on. The page shouldn't leave anything out. He he put in a hundred percent. I'm convinced he put in a hundred percent for every club. Playful so those those traits so exactly the the mainstream trace if you like what he what he had. And what you know out in hudson. Hide and charlie george stumbles and people like that was just outstanding ability and amazing ability also to see things that other people didn't see absolutely so i was thinking you know what i mean by for it can be two games do almost as a as a that. Katie coleman to put somebody down. It's no it's not right it's It's ready someone. Someone different what he was. Money's yeah moyo. Understanding of the word maverick.
"terry collins" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Conaway at my day sense and what magic moments of you saw four billion so many magic moments this week on is not many budget moment and trying to pick them out because the even the one when you picking out you think shut up this pick that one but if the fruit line of what. They've maria In mexico along with the name to tricks what name i. The wasn't goals. You know not jewel scale. It goes to a couple of players edge penalty box and you guys footling today. Lifted you over the edge bumpy. Neely school from it. You know the skill and the audacity to try that type of thing you know because yesterday will cost play will trust play. What's you know trying to defend you. And there's a second one where the ball's played into him is only tilt and he's just flicked to inside of his full lays am ba laser and laze being to another great goalscoring gems. In fact i was going to post upon the kevin you. But i can't seem to get to that so now you should be able to because you are an admin on it but if you do put it onto your Any of your accounts. Terry renewal the official one. Will they post the unto the courtroom view. But i've seen you interact on the quran view so You can't post on there or be. I've tried it tonight. I was know because obviously a great pieces skill. But what else will do tonight. I will put them on. Tonight's after we've done this focused because he's too magic piece of skill and people have been interacting with the tides courtroom view saying taser. Could've to buy your book so what we do and ease please. contact terry. Coated doll rightly and put the link on and then he goes to you so goes if you wanna ball terry collins new book gimme the ball interact with say on facebook or tweet or any of these socials that he's got until he will look after. The book is flying off the shelves month really well. I going superb say super super. My first question to you is the policeman. You're absolutely spots on them. We watched the last year against them. And just see in particular that that one guy the first guy. I'm a night. Absolute frightening some of the football and it didn't result in goals again but some of the football apply is absolutely off the scale. One does i wanna go to real madrid. When he's got them through to play with well emotion have enough money now. Saint joe..
"terry collins" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Everybody just settled down for a second and then it was. Okay now. we're watching a pretty damn good game. And they came back into where at the end it felt eight thousand fans felt like twenty eight thousand to me right. Right interesting Yeah i mean yankee fan. So the submissions there for me at the way the way it ended but everyone loves it could night. I'm glad baseball. Good night because they get beat up pretty good and rightfully so a lot of cases but that was all when everyone likes something. It's it's more shocking than anything. It's yeah i. I agree with that one hundred percent. I mean you think about where we've come. And i know all the conversations that have happened in the background of. Maybe it's coming off these all star games. That are now no longer. This time. It counts where it's basically become an exhibition that there really are no rules and they will let us as long as the players willing to do it. Mlb is gone. fine have added. Do what you wanna do. And i'm interviewing people from the booth and you know we're talking to guys while they're in the batter's box and you know if any pitcher let me talk us talk to them. While they're on the mound. Mlb's fine within the players association's fine with it so now we're kind of coming off that in the middle of july and even this this game was real we're talking to liam hendriks in the bullpen in the sixth-inning and were you know it it had that exhibition feel with just the open door nature of it. A microphone on luke. Voight a microphone on tim anderson and it just it had almost like spring training and the all star game spring training and the all star game had a baby that we broadcast from iowa. I'm sure there are a logistics with the players and even production and stuff like that but to me. Baseball is such a simple thing. They can do to generate so much interest. And that's just basically mike up every play for every game but because whenever anyone anything from a player that's my up they you know it's pretty fans don't don't know what goes on on the field. I mean just the conversations at first base. you know there was a clip. I don't know if you saw. It's probably like three or four years ago. That went beyond viral of terry collins. Going nuts with an umpire. Where that quote about our asses in the jackpot. And if you hear if you let fans here anything. I think that would generate so much interest. I get why you know maybe someplace. Don't want everything. Mike and this and the same thing but anytime anyone's mic'ed up it seems to be a huge hit. I don't know why baseball isn't do it more. Yeah i think everybody is has gone especially after the astros signed stealing thing on the trash can't stuff everybody has gone back into the paranoia been and it's almost..
Instagram Beefs up Privacy Settings for Its Teen Users
"Facebook has announced some extra steps. The social network is taking for its popular app instagram. To make the platform safer and more private for teens. My colleague and regular talking tech. Guess terry collins wrote about this in a story you can read on tech usa. Today dot com the updates on instagram include automatically enrolling teen users under the age of sixteen into private accounts instead of making them public by default. It will also make it harder for potentially suspicious accounts to find younger users and limit the options advertisers have to reach younger users. This these updates will also take advantage of ai to detect users age so for example if a user is on facebook and shared their age their the will be able to check that if that user also has an instagram account. This update arrives as facebook is discussed exploring whether to launch a version of instagram for kids. The company said it will make safety and privacy a priority and quote consult with experts in child development child safety and mental health and privacy advocates to inform it and quote however several groups and lawmakers are working collectively to stop a potential instagram for kids in may facebook receive more than one hundred eighty thousand signatures in a series of petitions from a group of nonprofit in grass roots organizations urging the tech giant to scrap this plan. Now despite the changes instagram's making now some experts terry spoke with his story. Have race skepticism. About how well these updates will work to protect teens among them is titania jordan. Who is chief parenting officer for bar. Which is in atlanta based tech watchdog group. She said even though instagram appears to be addressing issues such as online predation underage users and advertising standards for teens the platform needs to also be aware of other issues including cyberbullying self harm and also exposure to misinformation. Obviously we're going to hear a lot. More of this on this front as facebook pursues version of instagram for kids and as these updates roll out how they're used over the next few
"terry collins" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"We talked about the changes today and he wouldn't stand for this stuff. Terry Collins has told me he wouldn't consider having to be bullied the way the way these managers are. And if you notice the trend, it's all young players who played 10 12 years ago. Gabe Kapler. Uh, you know, you think about some of these players and some of these managers whose? What's I'm sorry. I'm having another brain priest. The manager in Minnesota, Rocco Baldelli. Rocco Baldelli. Rocco Baldelli is a prospect. Use the number one draft pick. This is a guy that young players, Miguel Sano told me. He loves hearing from him because it's relatable because he's young. That's the job when it comes down to how the bull tend to being run that comes from the hierarchy, and it all trickles down. And so when their struggles you can't pin this on the manager like you could in 1985, and for those folks out there that again we're talking about Rocco Baldelli. Like you said he was a prospect. Um, ended up hurting his knee and then had an auto immune deficiency disease. That really kind of robbed him. They said he was going to be the next Joe DiMaggio. But when he stopped playing what did he go do, Seth? He went to go work for Andrew Friedman in player development in the front office. So he learned how you put together a line up in the front office and how the saver Nutrition's will go and they'll take everything and they'll figure out the probabilities. And and the the algorithms will tell you all writing is by design, exactly, And you know, and I'm just kind of I'm just kind of painting by numbers. Right, and so that it's not to belittle the managers. But what I won't do is they will not pin teams losing on managers. Can you let the managers hardest job is is to go on? Zoom and talk to the media. Seth ever joining us here on CBS Sports radio. I mean, you look at a guy like Joe Maddon. Joe Maddon is kind of the arch type that a lot of these younger managers are based on because although Joe's Joe's a little bit older comes from a different generation Man. He's got the soul of a 20 year old. He understands players he talks to them. Communications is one of his big keys, and then he knows how to manipulate the wind up that sent down And the names that are put out there and he's got a card over there. This is all right seventh inning they're bringing in this. Here's the situation here is the probabilities of what you should do, and he's been able to be successful that way. Well, but you're Madden's also the guy when Anthony Rizzo had a 10 pitch at bat, where the 10th pitch with the swinging strike three, he went in high five. But that goes right back, man nutrition guy that I saw, and I saw that for the first time, and that's when I started asking scouts about it. I started saying, How often is that happening? How often are guys getting rewarded for strikeouts? This was probably 2017, and it has gone on and on. I remember seeing two men at the winter meetings and I said, You realize you've started that and he said, Well, think about the goals. Think about the objective. If the objective is to get the starting pitcher out of there. And that's where the proliferation of openers I know we're going off in a lot of tangents. But the proliferation of owners of openers has gotten to the point Now where what you're seeing is the burning of a pitch count has been diminished. It's literally a game of chess. And has anyone outside of the Queen's gambit has have you seen a chess match? Get great ratings on television. I'm not since deep blue. The IBM computer and I don't know who this I can't even fake That one. And you know where to set. This all goes back to this also goes back to the Oakland A's because in two let's see 1998. That was my first year there. And they started looking at these numbers, and Billy started getting more and more involved than he took over as general manager for Sandy Alderson. One of the things they noticed about the New York Yankees is the New York Yankees got into bull pens before anybody else in baseball. They chased starters quicker than everybody else because they went as deep as they couldn't count because they had good hitters. And the Oakland I said, You know what? Let's get into the soft underbelly of of of a team. Let's get into their middle relief and that's where he can make some noise. And this is 20 years later. This is where we're getting. Managers, high fiving guys after having a 10.10 pitch at bat really punch out. It's become a sport where I you know, I worry about it. I don't want to sound like I'm angry. Because they're doing this to themselves. There are two major things that have to happen in order to begin the process of restoring baseball to what it was. The first one is the collective bargaining agreement. Because right now the players want to continue things as if it's 2000 and eight and the owners are trying to change everything, and that's a fuck a a psychological difference. That's not like when done fear and Bud ceiling. We're big. We're sake, Salary cap for no salary. This is much deeper than that. And Toni Clarke and Rob Manfred don't have the disdain. But and fear used to have. But if you remember the National Hockey League during the pandemic when they had to restart their season and start those bubbles, they extended their collective bargaining agreement by 40 years. That's how you handle a pandemic. I thought last year the mistake that was made was there was so much emphasis on that hodgepodge season, when what should have done is chalk that season up to covid. And do me a favor. Fix your game so that when you came back in April of 21, you came back with the labor peace because now that we have opened things up, and now that stadiums are going to be full, you're going to have 70,000 people at an NFL game and baseball is going to be talking about a labor stoppage. Yeah, it's mind numbing And you know I'm in my forties. And what I have also often said, is fast forward 30 years when we're in our seventies. We have the passion about baseball because we grew up in this sport. Tell me the 15 year old that will be 35 45 years old, who will then say that baseball meant nearly as much to them. And that's when I think the thing will start to really, really trickle down. You're seeing ratings and ratings are hard to judge now because of all the cord cutting and streaming and all of that stuff, so it's not as easy to say well, less people are watching the game. But less people are talking about the game. Look at what trends on social media during baseball games. While all right, Seth, thank you very much for giving me a, uh, a nightmare on Saturday morning. There now I'm going to be sitting around all day long worrying about the game Baseball. I got a 20 year old plays college baseball. Don't know if he sits down and we'll watch nine innings, but we'll watch the highlights like you talked about, by the way, Give me tell people where we can find your podcast. Anywhere you can find Podcasts download sports with friends..
Facebook, Instagram to Hide "Likes"
"And the listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech co host. Mike snyder is off today. So if you're a user of facebook or instagram you have a new option. You can choose to hide. Likes on your posts. The post of other people so after testing two of the world's most popular social media apps which have combined four billion users will start letting its users decide whether they want to hide the number of likes on their posts. They can also hide the number of likes on other user's posts or if they just enjoy facebook and instagram. The way it is they can leave it alone and leave all the likes. They want you can also do this on a per post basis so if instead of a universal switch that turns off all the lights on your posts you can do it on a per post basis. So if there's a post that you put up and you feel like like aren't appropriate. You can turn it off specifically for that and you can do all that within the settings menus of both facebook and instagram. My colleague terry collins wrote about this and you can read his story on tech dot. Usa today dot com. He heard from adam mosseri. Who is the head of facebook and instagram. And he talked about how during testing The a lot of users that were involved in this was pretty polarizing on the one hand you had people who enjoyed it because it took the pressure off you know. There's that social comparison where you see your posts in wanna see if it's getting as much likes as your friends or things like that and having those likes turned off of that pressure
"terry collins" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Apple podcasts. And wherever you get your podcasts matt harvey getting roughed up but a good day for him as you got an ovation from all the mets fans. That's the way. I expected it to go and i really didn't expect all these years later for the fans yesterday to be booing him. I know he said that. He didn't expect a standing ovation. He wouldn't have been surprised if they did. Boom but i would have been. I know it's different for him because he lived it and he remembers on everything and it was his life. But i just. I mean mets fans still love him but at the height of him. They were obsessed with matt harvey. Yeah hey look. At the end of the day. He blew through his innings limit. He wanted to the ninth inning of a game. Which you probably shouldn't have but wanted to in the fans wanted him back out there. And maybe terry collins would look back on that decision with disdain but you know what happened to him. The injuries you know the Thoracic outlet syndrome after that and then some of the stuff that he was doing off the field basically torpedoes entire career. Yeah and he recognized that set yesterday maturity. And if you had do it all over again i betcha. There's some things that he would do differently so he wouldn't be in the situation that he is right now. But i definitely believe that that outlet syndrome is tied to what happened the year before i believe that and he laid it all on the line and i think most met ben's would say that's exactly what he did. Yeah and. I'm happy that he seems at least comfortable. And self aware now and he's not someone who is looking back with any sort of animosity takes responsibility for the stuff that he was a part of with all of that and it would have been great if the mets would have won the world series. That we're not the better team in that world series. They had many opportunities to make that a closer series and the not..
"terry collins" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Now he's just in nothing. Now he's just a middle of the rotation back into the rotation guy trying to hang on a major league baseball. And yesterday was was happy. In a game that he gave up seven runs and took the El Because he was nostalgic. And I have said this on the show in the past. I can't remember. And I am open to suggestions. I can't remember in New York City athlete having the city by the You know what? By the coho knees. He was everything. For three years. He was the biggest star in the city that includes a city with Eli Manning, the Giants and the Yankees. He was the biggest thing. And Carmelo in the Knicks. For those couple of years. He is the biggest thing. And then turned almost overnight into a punch line. Look, there's fat Matt Harvey Fat Harvey. Drunk again. Whatever. Again late night again, Bickering with the front office doesn't want to get surgery. Can't get anybody out. You know, we just became a total punch line. And it was crazy. How dramatically and quickly it happened. How will I remember bitch? The Matt Harvey met years I'll remember the first three years gloriously and the next couple of years terribly. And certainly there was some appreciation yesterday for just the first three years. But I'll remember the good with the bag because it shouldn't have ended like it did. Harvey, let it go. Harvey. Let it go. He squandered a star career. And it's not all roses. It's it's not all. Hey, thanks for 2013 and 2014 and 2015. It's It could have been so much more. And yet the injury happened. But that wasn't the only reason it got away from Harvey. Bogue's You're a Mets fan. I'd like to know what you thought about the warm ovation that the Mets fans gave me yesterday and how you'll remember Harvey. Yeah, It was a weird day because a lot of this is Harvey's fault. I mean, he did himself no favors. He had two significant injuries, so that was certainly changing the course of his career. But they were ah lot too many self inflicted wounds, so Like part of me was almost was almost angry at him for a long time, because he kind of messed up what should have been a really long total elation ship with him and the Mets in the city. Without now, years later, seeing him basically a shell of himself pitching wise. It's hard not to feel bad for him because maybe some of those mistakes right of his controlling deserves sympathy and not anger. It was. It was a weird day on I'm I'm happy that for it was all positive from the fans to him. I'm glad there was no booing. There was no nothing. It was all love. Don't want to say he deserved, but that was the way it should have gone. And then the Mets won, which worked out pretty well too. That Harvey's 32 years old and on the one hand you're like, Wow, he's already 32 because you remember when he was 24 23 dominant. At the same time, you're like he's on Lee 32. He should have so much more baseball left and he's just not. I mean, he's just a sub 504 to 5. You are a picture back into the rotation type of guy. And It is such a learning lesson of what celebrity and spotlight and expectations conduce to young athletes. He is He is one of those stories gone wrong. He is one of those, you know. Those tales of woe where a young guy a young athlete has it all and squanders it, Then you're right. The injuries are significant. But It was about more than that. He just stopped caring, and he got angry and he got defensive and he got stubborn and he wouldn't be told No. And so, on The one hand, it's a great trait because you have this belief in yourself. And that forces Terry Collins to put him out there in the ninth inning and Game five. The world Syriza's at the same time that sub stubbornness Random into multiple walls of people that were trying to manage his career and what was best for him and he refused to listen and he refused to change his attitude and his behavior. And Harvey. We think about what the Mets rotation could have been. If Harvey remained an all star you had to Graham, who is essentially the best picture of baseball today. If he's not. He's on a very short list. But he's he's as dominant as any picture in baseball week in week out, year in year out if you had a dominant Harvey too. And Syndergaard had lived up to his potential and three I mean, you would have,.
"terry collins" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Yes, our workdays are getting longer
"As we've all learned over the past twelve months due to the pandemic tools like zoom in slack at made it a lot easier to get our work done without being in the office but there is a downside to all this money. You're right bret. It feels like your workday has gotten a lot longer and if you feel that way you're not alone because we have tech nearby to help us work. It's become a lot harder to call it a day at the end of the day which we never get to. Sometimes joining now is usa today. Tech reporter terry collins who wrote a story about our longer work days that you can read on tech dot usa today dot com terry. Good too heavy back in man. How bad is it Man well thanks for having again and bread. I appreciate it. It's bad because you know it just comes down to the to be having you know for many of us. We restarted decide when it's time to turn off the switch. It's one of the things we're all experiencing you know and we may be in denial about it for wine. A urine pandemic grape will be working and having jobs in order to pay our bills liberal lives and whatnot and then to. it's just also been a great distraction. Take our minds off of well. We'll still in this pandemic you know trying to ward off trying to be safe from this deadly disease subjects in my story Tina schweiger said quote sometimes to take a shower. Or sometimes i don't. It's still not to do things because of kobe. And if you enjoy working ten scale it up you'll say oh i'll do a bit more. Research knocked email out. She basically said it's very easy to slip out of work. My story i mentioned a harvard business school study of more than three million people worldwide said average workdays increased by almost forty nine minutes from the pandemic early stages now by forty percent and a gartner study damaging story about forty percent. Say the workdays become longer and and gonna research spoke to Alexa cameron said turn workdays are somewhere between the two or three hours longer when we were back mcgrew working in the office. So that gives you an indication that some many ways we were we are working longer. So are there specific trends. That experts have spotted that are pointing to why we're working longer days while we're all remote while some of those reasons. Are you know we have problems disconnecting and we have like digital attractions Overloads hurt bringing noise. We were as as i was talking and the research. I spoke to mix to working longer. It's well said up that there's a growing consensus that That we're we're more more times in stressful working together working Apart from where we were in person and it one of those reasons were having more virtual meetings in debt therefore to be harder to the gate coworkers body language there's more vigil visual information to adjust included slide shows graphics and also being seen on camera curbs need to have you know quote unquote an on air personality. Well that yeah. I think i've felt that way to you. Know yeah hold on you know we get more phone calls for tax. Were emails more messages. Almost what you said. Mike and and you know we are seeing each other in a workplace. So we're always just have this no always on mentality. Why also wonder if you know. Sometimes since i'm working at home i take a break to put a little andrea. Enter to go make a sandwich. And then i feel guilty. When six o'clock comes that. I'm don't stick around longer to any advice. These folks gave you that you found from people that you interviewed that. I'm how to cut back on some of these extra forty nine minutes or two to three hours depending on what craziness year involved in. Yeah yeah they. We should really try to take a break one possible. Whether that's a series of by timothy breaks across the day edition of maybe taken an hour hour long lunch at teachers said than done especially in our line of work. I like one of my subsequent story. Kelly christoffersen who works at a houston based opera company. Said that quote we were just ourselves becoming available as multiple worse are always online whether we admit it or not. And i said we're more vulnerable. And says that i guess is more of a share experience through the pandemic raw trying to adapt and get through it. She example Talked to her depth shit april meetings on on platforms or you can zoom will meet. Microsoft teams webex. Her meeting her. I mean again at seven and then she purposely disconnected by pm and she's doing virtual the following day she tries to go poor rhyme or take a walk and she has her poem with her but she tries to not take a look at her. Feel it when when it's going up. She wants to check. Take that break and so we just have to just try to find the strength to know when when to step away and there are some employers. Who are trying to help do that. As well as i mentioned a company in iowa tech engineering company in austin texas there were gonna initiative to create a better work life balance one things. They've done in begay their workers two weeks off without impacting their vacation time and some of the departments are tested. A no me fridays. It's as we've got into this a year ago to work remotely and we've also got a way to continue to work remotely but also without jeopardizing our welby. I'm sure a lot of listeners would love a no meeting monday in a no meeting tuesday and meeting wednesday and run down the week but thanks as always for joining us. It was great having you and look forward to having you on again. Big appreciate it
No more sharing Netflix passwords?
"If you're listening to this there's a good chance here. Net flicks fewer one of the seventy four million who live in the us or canada. Who actually subscribe at flex. Maybe share a password of someone or the days of sharing. Passwords may be numbered. Our colleague terry collins has the story on. Why he terry. Thanks for joining us. So what's netflix. Up to our. Yeah thanks thanks thanks. Brian create it Well netflix apparently wants you to women who you're sharing a password with Last week the streaming giant against us new feature would select customers a crackdown on the sharing. the trial testing tend to grab by us accounts to stop the spread of a password. Among your friends. Maybe some discount strangers to prevent Things like like broaden our being to abuse but definitely prevent probably You know the testing comes as netflix spacing. Opticians a like a disney. Plus max and hulu 'cause we've been binge watching in streaming because we were stuck at home because of the pandemic so it's interesting because they have plans in place where you can have multiple people on your account watch the same time but it seems like the issue is more about wanting to restrict you from sharing your credentials with someone who's not in your household Why do you think netflix's doing this. Now think it's just. It's just really really really weird. Because you know what two million subscribers overall. And i guess we're talking roughly about a third of them. Maybe shanna passwords others according to Majid research. On honestly. I think You know to have more scribes me make more money you know. You know as i mentioned Chris competition that offered a cheap prescriptions and But to me netflix's like coca-cola starbucks for many of you know. Can you imagine you know living with allison and so. I think it's another way to just try to get those those people who've been probably they've been mooching off the service up other subscriptions who To to pay up now 'cause it once you go to the test you know. If you can't conferment authorized use of the account you know you get popped set up a new new account which comes with pretrial. Also they just trying to lure you in the by while. I think you're totally right Terry i think netflix has shown its value to users. I mean and and and because of the pandemic no more people have been watching then would've During a normal you know twelve month period but now they may be planning to slowly get those folks who haven't been paying to become legit subscribers and in a way. I don't blame them. They do a let you depend on your plan to four. People can watch at the same time. But i can understand why they'd say well we really don't want someone who doesn't live with you halfway cross country using your service so
"terry collins" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"Cannot get my mind around thirty trillion dollar debt. I can't get my mind around this money printing. i just don't understand the goal. I feel like they are literally trying to collapse our system. They call some libertarians collapse. Terry collins i think pete q. Calls i think i heard him call tank as like you wanna tank system. Which i think is very funny but i feel like who who's really trying to tank the system and when i see the accusation of a goal or fear from both sides whenever the real dialectic is i don't know but i look at that as when both sides are kind of after the same thing or accused of watching the same thing. You're gonna get that thing like i am still worried that the simpsons foreshadowing of trump busting our country. Making it go. Bankrupt is yet to come to pass. It could very well. The simpsons have an interesting history of predictions at. That's for sure. Another thing that i noticed with the passing of this bill is a disturbing trend and that trend is that every time bill passes the senate by one or two votes. We are going to see trending at the top of social media. Stacey abrams singlehandedly. Got blank bill passed. That is of course if it favors the democrats if it's something that we are told favors the democrats and that happened yesterday. Top of the trends on twitter. Everybody praising her for what she's done to to flip georgia she should also be held responsible for all the bad things that they do and all the bad things biden does too if she's going to constantly be give given credit for making him president and for flipping the senate. That's a great point and also. I wonder if overtime remember. When ron paul one iowa. They didn't reveal it until june. Ron paul one is people. Don't realize. Officially ron paul is in the books as having one iowa but he was long after it wouldn't make any difference so it is possible that our friend garland is going to get it in the books that there was some serious funny business in georgia. And i wonder if anyone would dare to brush stacey abrams with that brush or if they would care at all maybe that would make her more of a hero. That she got it done like nancy pelosi with obamacare jamming. It's and people's throats that is an angle that could take and the way culture has been shifting where getting people okay with using propaganda and stuff. I could totally see well stacey. Abrams tricked the bad guys with their own tricks. Therefore she's a hero and you have to do it that way. Because that's the way it works now and it's might makes right or whatever it just. We are going through a transformation of morality. Where facts are facts is truth that kind of thing as a good term their transformation of morality. That's exactly what it is. Yes oh the jury selection was supposed to be today in the derek. Chauvin trial derek. Chauvin the police officer being accused of killing. George floyd chartered the murder..
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What is the Clubhouse app?
"Brett. Remember when you were kid and you wanted your own clubhouse in the backyard well now. There's a lot of buzz around a new online clubhouse and we ever pailin colleague terry collins here today to fill sin terry welcome and by the way listeners. Terry is fairly new to usa today. So you can expect to hear more from him here on talking tech and on our mobile app on usa today and on that usa today. Cop so terry. What is clubhouse. A mike umbrella. Thanks for having me in usa today really appreciate clubhouses bid on social media audio only invite app where members chat and debate on topics ranging from business tech politics professional networking sports music religion. You basically name it. It's it's it's there. It's been around for almost a year. It's been seen a lot of attention as membership is seen a sudden surge most recently thanks surprise and well attended chats by chest. Ceo elon musk. Who talked black. Tentative the controversy Robin hood over the game. Stop trading turmoil. We just saw and then also facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg. Who of course you know. He talks a lot about the virtues in virtual reality so it seemed quite a in membership. It's been up the uploaded more than eight million times for awhi- more than doubles total earlier this month and almost nearly three million downloads. The us At checker banning. So it's it's becoming quite popular app you've heard about it. This is why
"terry collins" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Plenty of you've had plenty to say about the New York Mets getting their latest acquisition, one of the better place in major league Baseball Top five play, in my opinion in France's scold Linda or part of a big trade involving with the Cleveland Indians, and they may not be done yet. It hasn't been that long and Steve Cohen has done everything possible to remove the stench of the World pod family. Used on New York Mets has not take him long to do that. Let's bring in the man who played for the organization. He does a great job talking about Major league Baseball is bringing tie Kelly Hit him on Twitter at tie Kelly 11 of Pleasure. Bring him here. Thanks to the good your hotline talking. You heard about this organization you played for. In and outside of the major minor leagues about the 2019. What are your thoughts on the amazing Getting That amazing player knows Francisco Lindor from Cleveland. Well, I don't think there's any question that they're gonna win the World Series this year with the way that they're going right now signing players. They got wind door there almost definitely going to sign Springer, based on no inside knowledge. But I think that they are Steve Cohen came in and is just doing absolutely everything he possibly can to put together a good team. And then Sandy Allyson coming back, uh, obviously knows what it takes to get to the World Series. Um, so I mean, you know, In my opinion, they are gonna win the World Series, and it's so exciting for someone like myself who has made the transition from Former player two full time Mets fan very recently to this very exciting for me to just jump on board right now. You still have friends in that clubhouse? I don't know if you've talked to any of them. But if you have what was their reaction, just going from, well, bon family to Steve Cohen. And then you have a move like this. What's that, like in that clubhouse? Well, I mean, anytime you bring in, you know, Star players, especially someone is good Is Francisco Indoors, guys, you're gonna be pumped up and all it's gonna You know, it's going to make more guys want to come in more free agents want to come in. After all, it's New York City. I want to play in New York in front of huge crowds They want to, you know, live the New York lifestyle. All those things are great. It's just about time that the Mestre able to sort of live up to that New York City persona and everything and not just be the ugly step child or whatever the phrase is these days for, you know, like the Yankees younger brother or whatever. So e think it's just gonna excite everybody, including the fans, but especially the players to come in and compete and want to be as good as all of the new talent that's coming in. From a New York met Ty Kelly joining us and Freddie and Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio, the ESPN APP and XM Channel 80. Minutes before we started talking to you tie about the world ponds as a Mets fan, It just seemed like they just flat out gave up. I know they have financial issues. But it seems like they went even vested and want to do anything to try to make the club at least go beyond mediocre. And at times, the Mets succeeded despite the ownership of the Wilpons I got a guy and Steve Cohen, as in his mentioned fan was a billionaire. We've got the on his team. He's Daniel's not accept likable when it comes to Steve Cohen on in the New York Mets. What about that difference when you go from ownership that seem not to give her? You know what to a guy who we know gives a lot of you know what only two Major league baseball team that is the Mets Well, I mean, it's really got to excite everybody, not just because he comes in and is showing that he wants to spend money on good players like that's huge, obviously, But he's on Twitter, which seems Kind of crazy for him, But he's talking to fans and engaging and what's going on and just exciting the entire fan base and I think that that's so cool as someone is that is in his position. It's certainly doesn't have to talk to fans. It doesn't have to listen to all the crazy things that they're saying, and then you know, pestering him, telling him that they need to sign every single player that's available, But he's doing it and he's being a likable person and showing just how much he really does care about the team and about the fans, and he wants it to be this amazing experience for everybody, and he wants to win the World Series, and he's Obviously showing that with everything that he's done so far, what you've just described reminds me of Mark Cuban owner of the Dallas Mavericks. What would that be like to play for an owner? That is not just the owner, but also I just need a die hard. Through the every bone in his body fan of the team he owns. Yeah. I mean Cuban, known for being right behind the bench in yelling at the rest as much as anyone else, like You've got that person there that that's really all you want as a player from your manager or from anyone is that they're picking up to you. And to have that from your owner, you know, that is also doing all the things that he's doing already. It's huge that he's nearest for you. He's going to put the best players on the roster that he possibly can, and he cares so much You know, not about. He's not doing it for himself. He's doing because he wants the New York Mets. To win a World Series and he's going to do everything that he possibly came to make that happen. What is your former teammate? Norse in the grass Still call you a word off. I have no idea, but I hope that he knows that. I think that is an absolute compliment. There is nothing I love Logan Barrett was another guy Hunter team that We would just be so sarcastic with one another and no would be there and just hate it. No, It's great and very funny to be around. But he absolutely hated when Logan and I were together so weird. Oh, I love it, And I appreciate it. It's a national compliment today. It was fire back. What's the best extended guard story that you can share here on ESPN Radio Disney owned by the way. Oh, my gosh. Well, we went on California Adventure one time. No, we I think that the I think the best Noah experience is the fact that I was on the field for the whole thing with Terry Collins. In the infamous video that I think everybody wishes. There was way more videos of coaches and umpires going back and forth after that one. But just being out there for that with Noah. I mean, it was really a terrible experience for me at the time as my 1st 1st week in Major League Baseball in hitting zero Wow. You know our team is struggling in the entire city of New York is not happy with me at all In feeling like, you know, it was probably Entirely my fault that the team was doing terrible on my first week, But, you know, uh, trying to replace David, right, which you know he had a good career..
Alabama passes abortion ban
"Morning news this morning, that is definitely rocking the mainstream press, but is interested in tire country as Alabama their States Senate has passed h total abortion ban, nearly total abortion ban in the state and now awaits the signature of the governor Kay Ivey in Alabama. But this is something that is the beginning of and sort of the continuation of a long running debate about abortion our country. This one though is set to make its way eventually if the person who sponsored this Bill gets her way all the way to the supreme court. The sponsor of this Bill is Representative Terry Collins again. Alabama Representative and she's expecting governor Kay Ivey. Just signed this ban into law Ivy hasn't publicly commented on on the issue yet on whether or not she will sign it. But the vote has been so overwhelming for this abortion ban in Alabama that the state legislature can easily override a veto if necessary so it looks like we're set to see the strictest abortion law in the nation in Alabama. Near total ban on abortion. The GOP dominated Senate voting yesterday. Twenty five to six to make performing an abortion at any state of pregnancy, a felony punishable by up to ninety nine years or life in prison for the abortion provider. So there will be no penalty for the woman who receives the abortion. But the abortion provider would be subject to ninety nine years or life in prison. Senators did reject an attempt, and this is one of the controversial elements of all of this senators rejected an attempt to add unexceptional for rape, and incest, it meaning it was tabled. They decided to just keep that off to the side for now as they've basically approved this law, without an exception for rape or incest. There does remain an exception for the life of the mother in this. You know, those are the typical wants rape, incest. Life of the mother that are mentioned in these abortion debates. So the reason behind that is they believe that the legislators in Alabama believed that by leaving that exception off it increases, the likeliness that this will face a court challenge Sieff issue to get this all the way to the supreme court. So they wanna basically have a law that serves as a vehicle to make it to the supreme court and to confront the the the basically what started with Roe v. Wade and the subsequent decisions on abortion, the precedent that the supreme court said has set, and they wanna basically confront the idea that this is a life. We're talking about that's extinguished through the act of abortion, and the supreme court needs to admit that. So this this Mary is very intense game that they're playing one that obviously Alabama voters and legislators care very sincerely about. But now they've basically created a law not. Only to establish law and their own state. But to force an issue before the supreme court. Yeah. And you also have the the heartbeat bills that in Ohio that that was passed.
Terry Collins, Alabama And Roe discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Report. Alabama lawmakers are considering banning abortions Republican Representative Terry Collins announced that she's filing legislation to overturn Roe versus Wade. She wants to ban all abortions in Alabama within two