4 Burst results for "Terry Ryan"
"terry ryan" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Just imagine me asking about the race and the win and starting off the season that way. And being locked in the playoffs and all that fun stuff. Yes, that. That's what we'll imagine. Just assume it was there. I mean, it was. How about we get into the 75th running of the NASCAR season, not the Daytona 500. By the way, I was getting ready to pounce. I was ready. 65th of the running of the great American race, the Daytona 500. So let's take a look at the top ten finishers, which actually, I guess this is a record. The longest in history, it wasn't 500. It was 5 30. I know, that's it. We just were like, you know what? 500 is not enough. Let's give you guys 5 30 laps. The Daytona 5 30. For a couple of miscues away from the Coca-Cola 600 maybe not being the longest race of the year. That's true. That's true. This is crazy. Let's get into it top ten at number ten, Riley herbst. And for this being his Cup Series debut, I mean, that's an impressive finish, especially when you factor in that he spent. Heading to pit road on the first pit stop of the day. For Riley herbst, a lot of people give him a lot of grief because they don't believe the guy has talent. I'm here to tell you, I don't buy that one bit. The guys had some really good performances and Xfinity. I've had some decent performances in our path. And all of a sudden here he is getting a top ten in his first Cup Series start and the Daytona 500 that. Joe swiftly, by the way, has a shrigley stat for Riley herbst. Are you ready for this? I am always ready for something from Joseph. There you go. Riley herbs is only the second driver in the 65 year history of the Daytona 500 to record a top ten result. While also making their NASCAR Cup Series debut. Nice. So Terry Ryan is the only other driver to accomplish this finishing 6th. In the 1976 Daytona 500. Man, all right. By the way, this top ten looks nothing like those that actually ran up front most of the day. We almost had two people accomplished this because Travis Pastrana was an 11th in his Cup Series debut. Wow. 11. So I thought it was 14th. He was 11th. Okay, he must have gotten a few spots there at the end. So later on, just disagree with the figuring out the whole time and scoring afterwards because it was chaos on that last lap. Yeah, Joey Logano was the winner at NASCAR dot com for about 15 minutes. Maybe even three days. I have no clue. No,
"terry ryan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I'm now on the other side of this argument, because this is exciting baseball. That's what Mercedes is paid to do. And if you've got a £280 catcher Growing 47 miles an hour on the mound. All bets are off, man like there's no section of the unwritten rules cover that. No, it was one fireplug thrown into another fireplug. And okay, it's 15 to 4. But you gotta make the other guy stop. You know if that was If that was the end of it. That would be fine. It will be one of those things. That would be a barroom of bar stool kind of argument at some some establishment, but LaRussa elects the next day to throw Mercedes under the bus. They're thereby allowing the twins retaliation on his own player. I don't know what this guy was thinking. At this point. I don't care how old he is. I think you're around baseball long enough. That's something that's done in his office with the door closed one on one with the player. You don't open up the specter of retaliation, do you? No, not at all. That's I mean, That's the difference between Tony LaRussa being a crank for from one or two news cycles, and Tony LaRussa losing that clubhouse. Because he gave tacit approval in the press for the Twins to respond, which who knows if they would have anyway, But they did respond after the game, Larissa said. I have no problem with it. And how? Look that has to follow him. After that. You see the Avalanche right now, that very same day, Lance Lynn said. Go go. You mean Mercedes? Go here home run Since then, Tim Anderson has come out in support of them. Lucas Giolito come out in support of him. That clubhouse is already moving away from LaRussa, and it's all his own doing. Yeah, You know the problem, I think is and and again. I think it's a generational problem with LaRussa. But the problem. The problem is that a lot of people are letting this thing fly out of the radar because the White Sox have, I think the second best record in baseball and everything seems to be percolating along. If this was a team that might be another 500 club or might be at the bottom of the standings, even in its own division, I think it might have gained some traction as to whether or not the 10 year of the manager Would be in jeopardy. But I think LaRussa gets a pass because he's LaRussa because his team's in first place, right? Thank you. Terry Ryan store wanted wanted to hire him in the first place. E this'll isn't a normal baseball organization. This is this is Gerry Ryan's risking. So what's gonna happen there? Is not subject in normal rules and conditions. The fact that the White Sox have the best record in baseball at the time this happened Does mean something. It probably means less that the night that the twins responded and threw behind Mercedes, Uh, the White Sox cost that before run lead and lost to the worst team in baseball. I don't know if that's related. But man, if they start on a losing streak at this very juncture, it's really not gonna look good on Maris's record. We're chatting with author Jason Turbo was we count out of the Reds and the Brewers Later on this afternoon here on 700 wlw, Jason wrote, Dynamic, bombastic, Fantastic. The story of the seventies Oakland A's Followed that up with they bled blue about the Dodgers of the late seventies. But we're talking about what is in his book from all those years ago. The baseball codes, beanball sign stealing and bench clearing brawls, the unwritten rules of America's pastime all of these books by the way available and you should Get them there on Amazon Com. They're just terrific. Tony LaRussa is not a beloved figure in Cincinnati. Never has been. It dates back to his time here. Hours time there with the Cardinals and Dusty Baker here and Tony Russo often comes off is the guy that invented the game behaves like the guy who invented the game. I really think that George will all those years ago. Get a great disservice to him Inadvertently, with men it work, But, you know, I I look at the what happened A couple of weeks ago here when the White Sox were in town they game went into extra innings. And the Rooster didn't know the extra inning rule. And instead of putting the right player on second base to start the tent, he chose to send his picture out there because he thought it had to be the guy that made the last out of the inning before. Well, it was the pitcher, but the picture doesn't have to perform that function to stay in the game. You know, White Sox again. They've got one of the best teams in baseball. I think that your shows you stay away from the game for 10 years you stay out of the dugout for 10 years. You have to lose it a little bit. So my my question, Jason is is LaRussa getting bailed out by his team? Not necessarily from his job Security standpoint, But is he getting bailed out by his team playing so well that again a mistake like that here a few weeks ago gets overlooked. Oh, absolutely, absolutely. I mean, he's got his hand picked coaches, all all of whom are old school as well. And don't forget that the White Sox replaced a pretty capable manager to bring in LaRussa it they didn't just bring him into into a void. So so the cost of bringing in a 76 year old manager who has not Helm. A big league team in 10 years is profound. I mean, I'm talking to you from the San Francisco Bay area. And the Giants won three World Series under Bruce Bochy, and both she was wise enough to step down. When new management came in for Nzt, taking over his general manager willingly and graciously because he knew that his old school mentality did not mesh with You know the stat driven Decision that the new regime wanted to run. He got it, and he stepped out of the way. There's there's always a place for him in San Francisco. On some level, there might be a managerial slide for him somewhere else. He just knew it wasn't here right now, and Tony LaRussa is in no way. Capable from the looks of it. I mean, he's certainly haven't shown it of Adapting to the modern game. Yeah. You know, we really loved having me on Jason to you brought up the San Francisco Giants and what they did to the Reds this week. I think we're just gonna have to end this interview now. I can't keep that specter alive. I'm sorry. No, I'm only teasing it. Ze, great catching up with you. We talked about his books again, all all available on amazon dot com and we will catch up down the road..
"terry ryan" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"You know you had your best obviously key statistic wise yet your best years of your career as new york islanders. You know when you get when you go to another you know another team you know as we as john you talk before you know what's that that first time when you go back to an arena that that really embraced you and took you one of your own and you come back. You know i assume at when you were playing for the devils in the first time he came back to the coliseum. Was that moment. Feel like when you when you going into the other locker room and you're you know you're here in the crowd you know stepping onto the guy says. Oh yeah you you. Also the few games back after fear lifestyle leave. Oh always been awkward. Usually a lot of friends. You need a lot of people in It's not the hockey the hockey guys. Don't meet your neighbors people restaurant. You know you have a lot of people that you know you get to come back and see them you know but it's it's definitely tough. It's definitely where the first two games after that you know it's jobs were my job. Y'all you do it. They're young never finished. You check on him. i finish. Check my sister. Just you know something. I do and they know it you know. I have to tell part of the game. Yup who guys who elect the toughest to play against when you were who the guys were like. Oh god he's playing tonight. You know that kind of thing. Oh jeez or mcgrath and was big. George iraq you know even though like cam johnson was always tough to play against. Because you always have to have your head up because he's gonna take it off with the head of the mass not buying be real doesn't play games. 'cause they're in your ear and you know they tripping y'all game so no but will you know there's a lot of big scary men back. Jody shelley the legal full of not so much. Now now i just again doing doing research and looking into stats and Just curious i mean after the thirteen fourteen season that you i saw an article and read that you actually went went to gander newfoundland and i'll tell you i. Recently on yankee ama- either amazon or netflix was watching his shoulder on. Cbc called the republican doyle and it's based out of newfoundland and obsessed with newfoundland. So i i know i said it wrong i yeah yeah yeah nufemme lie in new zealand. Let me tell you what like this one place. I actually My buddy terry ryan Play junior with him. And he was with montreal. He got drafted montreal. Molly five ninety six. You know we just became really good friends and You know we're always wanted to play together one more time and you know those thirty six thirty.
Philadelphia Phillies Promote Sam Fuld To General Manager
"Also promoting Jorge Velandia to assistant general manager and Terry Ryan to special assistant to the general manager Dave Dombrowski was hired to run the baseball operations there two weeks ago. And the NBA champion Lakers will wait to unveil their