37 Burst results for "Tigers"
Achane runs for 215 yards, Texas A&M stuns No. 6 LSU 38-23
"LSU's chances of making the college football playoff virtually evaporated when the tigers lost to Texas a and M 38 23. The Yankees would lost 6 straight SEC games for time at 17 with a 5th ranked tigers midway through the third quarter and then scored 21 straight points, sparked by Devon a chain who scored the final touchdown and a second of the game as part of a 215 yard rushing performance. To come out and play against some tough out team on your last game, it's awesome. You know, we came out doing so basically just showing what the future can be of texting in it. Even with the lost LSU will play Georgia and the SEC title game next Saturday. I'm Tom merriam.
Fresh "Tigers" from Ben Shapiro
"Horn, right? The Michigan Michigan ties in candidate. TJ Stroud, kissing goodbye, right? It's been gone. But ultimately, this was the final straw. Yeah. And we'll see you in 30 minutes of Caleb Williams can hop up a lot of numbers. We'll hop up a lot of lists, but right now, I mean, at this point, it's people falling. CJ's Travis. But Blake's got Blake's got one more game to solidify it. If he can get that knee right, he can get out there for the Big Ten championship game against Purdue. Next Saturday night and pull off a miraculous performance. It's got to be blatant. Once again, we got to see what Caleb does the night against nor did in a very feisty aggressive pin their ears back come at you defense that in order dame brought out here from South Bend. You have to see it. Both of my both of my Alma maters make it big wins today. That's true, yeah, that's right. And I was on annenberg and communications, correct? They know about it. Did I get it all right? Okay, there you go. You guys see, man. But as always, though, yeah, just Michigan. I've been telling y'all, man. Michigan. Huge. Let's move real quick because we'll talk about Michigan on our House date. Because that's a game that's going to have obviously playoff implications going forward. One that did not want that pretty much ended playoff implications for the other guy who I'm sure you'll be happy to tell us about his footwork back when he was at John Bosco. DJ, you were underway. And the Clemson tigers go down to South Carolina, South Carolina back to back weeks playing spoiler to teams that had better postseason plans than they did, Spencer Rattler, I feel good for special rattling right now. The way he's played, especially in the last 14 days. Yes, especially what he went through. And listen, I knocked him. I criticized him. I was very critical of him when he was at Oklahoma because he deserved it. You lost your starting position to set cape preset Caleb Williams, who was a freshman out of Gonzaga high school to WC AC, shout out to the DMV high school football baggies. You lost your job to him and had to transfer to South Carolina, but for him to, hey, he might be Vijay's corners coming up. Uncle VJ's corner's coming up. You guys know I give a vanilla brother of the week award now. It might be him because he did exhibit the three C's why he's been there in the last two weeks, took out your Heisman guy and hinden hooker when he got hurt of course, but that defense giving up another 40 50 burger. Give me a break. That's not a college football playoff team. I've been telling you guys that for the last 5, 6 weeks also. But for him to perform the way he has the last two weeks in the Gordon road today. Thursday night, I filled in for Jason Smith with the great Arnie Spaniard. That was my, that was my big upset of the weekend. I took South Carolina to win, not just not lose by their two touchdown deficit that they weren't at Vegas game. I said, no, they're going to beat, they're going to be Clemson. Why? 'cause you just said it. That quarterback is big and is good-looking as a strong arm as he is. What do you do late in the game, guys? Office back feet, feet not together. What does he do? Overthrows reception his receiver what happens? A late game interception. You can't make this stuff up if you watch enough film and cover it. And so that pretty much eliminates Clemson from the college. John will play off. I say pretty much eliminates. Who knows? No, no, they're done. I just want to say who knows because I feel like they're always trying to do something to make people upset. But Clemson well, Clemson won't be the answer. Really, what should happen is the outcome of this, I think that if you watch the House state of Michigan game, this final score wasn't all the way indicative of how the game was played, I think, especially when you think of the back to back. Donovan Edwards, big runs. The score got away from Ohio State. That was a closer game. I think than the final score indicate. Right now, as I sit and see it, I feel like Ohio State deserves to be a playoff team still. No, absolutely not. Absolutely not. Who the hell are you? Are you serious? Come on, man. Are you supposed to be? We Michigan. Ohio State's not getting in the playoffs they don't deserve to be in play. You can't lose that way, and I disagree with you. I'm saying, listen, but if this same situation played out and knew it was 11 and Alabama against 11 and O, SEC west team, that was going into the SEC championship and one of them loses This auburn Alabama, they're both undefeated. One of them loses Alabama goes on and went our Alabama wins that game. And then they went in that CC championship. Everybody in the world is going to say to the other SEC team deserves to be in. If you put the body of work together with the college football playoff as opposed to be about it, what they normally do for the most part. There's just too many games that you can look at with Ohio State and just go, yeah, they kind of snuck out of that one against much lesser opponents. And then to have that game today at home. Your college football playoff for both teams were on the line today. I don't want to hear that. And that game was not as close as people were trying to make it out to be in the second half. And I've heard I've heard a few other people on Twitter, trying to tweet that. I got you though, but I read a lot, okay? That game wasn't close, okay? In the second half, they were dominated. They were dominated if not for one stupid Michigan safety blitz that leaves the best receiver in the nation one on one with a sophomore corner at some at one point, that game would have been 31 to 7, 31 to ten. They were beating them up and down the field in the second half. Those two big runs are cherries on the top of a Sunday that you've already made that already looks delicious that you're already going to devour and been getting ready for. You got the best condiments you got the best ice cream you money can buy and you add the cherry on the top. That's what those two touchdown runs were. That defense was beat down for two quarters.
Charlie and Tiger Woods' Golfing Dymanic
"We got Charlie and Tiger. He picked Charlie and Tiger. He also talked about a lot of going to win the father son. They're probably going to win the father's son. I can think of no better scenario to in 2022 with the Tiger Woods coming. Coming back on the golf course and him and his son taken down, taken down the father's son. He could probably do you think Charlie Woods can be Tiger at this point? I don't know, man. I don't know. I heard Charlie goes to the weight room all the time. Like for however old he is, how old is he? 13, 14. He looks freaking like he's pretty swole. But I heard Tiger, I heard Tiger, he might not be playing it anymore. I don't know. Shows you how up to date we are with current golf events. I mean, I don't know why he wouldn't, unless he's really, really, really banged up, but I hope he does play 'cause that was fun to watch. Charlie swing, by the way, you can break stuff down and find false, but he has a lot of mannerisms just because he watched, I bet you, I'm assuming tigers his coach, right? Maybe he has another coach that looks at him, but I'm assuming tigers is his coach. And I mean, he has a hole in his backyard that you can hit a full 7 iron in. And the real estate just on that 7 iron hole is probably $50 million plus. This is just, I mean, different kind of wins, different greens, different everything. And I'm not saying that because there's plenty of, there's plenty of rich kids growing up. That were kids of guys on the PGA Tour and they grew up just being a bunch of assholes and weren't good at golf at all. And they just blah, blah, blah. A lot of them decided they were smart. They didn't want to play golf. Maybe they're a doctor or maybe they're trying to save the world. That's fine. But a lot of these kids, you know, you know them, you'll see them just get sponsored exemptions, blah, blah, blah. I think Tiger puts it in Charlie's head like, hey, it's going to be extra hard for you. I mean, who are they going to compare you to? Let's be honest, the goat. Right. So it's going to be extra hard and just as mannerisms, whatever, the way he talks when he does talk. He seems pretty chill, but that's a lot of pressure, man. But if there's anyone, I mean, what did Earl Woods do? Tiger. I mean, you know, talk about making the guy a mentally tough. I don't know if Tiger is that hard on Charlie. I really doubt it, but he probably took the good out of all that mental tough training and told Charlie what it takes. And maybe it just goes out there.
Fresh update on "tigers" discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Sports are not uncommon. Oftentimes, thrusting themselves into the limelight through unimaginable feats. He has done it. Tiger is back. Tiger is back on top. Tiger Woods, the 2019 masters champion. And breathtaking performances. Here's how you count to 8. Three, two, one. And for the 8 time college basketball's national championship, trophy is coming home to Kentucky. But behind every great hero. There are others. Individuals who play a crucial role in the achievements of those we read about in the headlines. The ultimate team players content to stand behind the curtain, embracing their place as a vital part of a sports success. In horse racing, these are the unsung heroes. On this segment is one of my favorites that
Daniels, Cain power No. 6 LSU to 41-10 victory over UAB
"Noah Cain and Jaden Daniels highlighted LSU's offense in a 41 ten route of UAB Kane scored on three short runs as the CFP number 6 tigers improved to 9 and two His third TD gave LSU at 28 ten lead just before halftime Daniels had touchdowns rushing and passing He threw for 297 yards and ran for another 111 on 12 carries Daniel's top target was receiver Malik neighbors who caught 7 passes for 129 yards The blazers mustered just 48 yards rushing after entering the game averaging nearly two 50 a game I'm Dave ferry
No. 12 Clemson wins 39th straight at home 31-16 over Cards
"Number 12 Clemson bounced back from its lone loss of the season by earning its 39th consecutive home win 31 16 versus Louisville DJ Julia Gale through for a touchdown and ran for another as the tigers moved to 9 and one I feel like I got a good week of practice I feel like we came out and responded well Then we played hard It was a big stand I was playing real hard today Oh yeah Gale completed 19 of 27 throws for 185 yards Phil mafra ran for 106 yards and will shipley 97 is the tigers finished with 248 yards on the ground Mafia's 39 yard TD ice the win I'm Dave ferry
No. 7 LSU's defense secures 13-10 road win over Arkansas
"7th ranked LSU was able to grind out a 1310 win at Arkansas LSU coach Brian Kelly I'm proud of our guys having the mental toughness to battle and find a way to win a football game when we were challenged the way we work today Josh Williams ran for 122 yards and a touchdown for the tigers Harold Perkins junior had four sacks and two forced fumbles while helping LSU hold the razorbacks to 248 total yards The 8 and two tigers forced and recovered an Arkansas fumble on the razorbacks final drive with one 19 left to clinch the win I'm Dave ferry
Daniels, No. 15 LSU outlast No. 6 Alabama, 32-31 in OT
"A touchdown run and a two point conversion lifted 50 LSU pass number 6 Alabama 32 31 Jaden Daniel scored on the tigers first offensive play of OT then hit mason Taylor for the two point conversion to end the game Definitely when I caught that last one I mean the places rock and I couldn't hear anything my legs kind of got numb but it was definitely a great experience and get great at this The crimson tide took a 31 24 lead on Roy Dale Williams second TD of the game There were three lead changes in the final four 44 of regulation and the tide knotted the score on a field goal with 30 seconds left I'm Dave ferry
Bob Cesca on the Nefarious Reason Behind the GOPs Polling Frenzy
"Mean, if you heard the show yesterday, we violated the bob sesso, don't get happy. We got happy. I mean, we did, but you know what? You also remind us on Twitter. You said I love how they're measuring the drapes, depressing their own turnout, Democrats aren't making the same mistake this year. So yes, whatever drives turn out is what I'm for because you're right. They're like way overconfident. Yeah, and that's why I felt okay with being optimistic about the midterms because I feel as though forgive the movie reference on this, but I feel as though the Democrats have the eye of the Tiger that were the scrappy underdogs in this. Weirdly, I mean, we control House of Representatives in The White House and, you know, half of the Senate, but at the same time, we understand the stakes of this. Meanwhile, Ted Cruz and the Republicans are going around acting as though they've already won, which is one stupid and will depress their own turnout. But two is actually setting them up for something more nefarious, which is what they will inevitably do. If the Democrats over perform as they appear to be doing so far in the early votes and that ends up being the ultimate result and the Democrats keep Congress, then the Republicans are going to say, oh, but the polls before said something different and now they want so all the election is rigged so now we're going to have a Civil War. That's why they're commissioning so many polls as we talked about yesterday that are skewing the average. So right, they can go rigged fake news, et cetera.
Johnny Depp Is Not Beautiful Anymore!
"ALF back then. I go, you got to go. You got to fucking go, bro he was a junior. I was a senior. I said, you got to go. And he left. So suddenly, out of nowhere, I'm watching scorchy, and they're sooning out sitting in my living room. At the old drunk and sexy and silly, you know, how it goes. And I'm like, well, what do you want to do? Do you want to look at some baby pictures of me? I was thinking of anything I could do. Hey, look, look at these. I was bringing out baby pictures. I was bringing out, I mean, guys, I did all I could to keep I'm sorry. I did all I could to keep her interested. And we're on the couch together. I'm finally alone with Sue and eno. It's now 1980. We're no longer freshmen. We're seniors, and everybody wants Sue. And she's in my house on my couch, and she's letting me hold her against my chest and kiss her head and kiss her ear, whatever the fuck. But I didn't go further than that. Apparently, her contact lenses were bothering her, so he took them out. We put them in some kind of liquid that she had and then that didn't work. It all ended badly. But the point is, she was right there, so when I think about these kids who were talking about cheating on exams and wearing headpieces, I'm like, you idiots don't even know what you're missing, man. You're missing your old Sue Nino. What are you doing? Put the fucking hats away. Go flirt with someone. I mean, am I the only one that has memories of that kind of stuff of people just, you know, blowing your mind and having. To be with them and then actually one day they're there with you? Oh my God, I'm not going to spoil it, but we saw a picture a few weeks ago of Sue and some girl who went to high school with and, you know, they don't look the way they used to look in 1979, but neither do I, so no harm no foul, speaking of which, I'm sorry, but listen, guys, as much as I love Johnny Depp. I'm honest enough to say the music he plays with Jeff Beck is God awful. And I've been gone up against a lot of people online who have taken to call in Johnny God dad and saying, oh, he looks so beautiful. No, Johnny Depp, Johnny dep now looks like a Johnny Depp in personator. He looks awful. I don't know. You know, I don't look like I used to look when I was a kid either. So I'm allowed to be critical here. But the drinking and the drugs and the bullshit has caught up with Johnny Depp. And it shows it's like that old adage. You die what the face you deserve. And Johnny has his now. Okay, that's it. He may have been a beautiful soul. He may still be a beautiful solid spirit. I don't doubt he is. But Scott with how beautiful or handsome he is now. He doesn't. He's not. So so many pictures and imposing with relatives and Kentucky or some shit. And while that was a really cool gesture, Johnny Depp doesn't look good anymore. None of us do. You know, you can still love him. As, you know, we've allowed Pacino or old Jack Nicholson or old Warren Beatty, but stop acting like Johnny Depp still belongs on the cover of Tiger beat. And stop what this new term, God dad. What is that? You Johnny Depp fans are starting to sound like Britney Spears nuts. Who, by the way, is back on Instagram and was rolling around naked in the sand on some beach sandy vagina is back and to hell with whatever her teenage sons want. She doesn't care,
How Do You Not Have a Defense Budget Two Years In?
"Reason we have the federal government, originally it was only meant to be for interstate commerce and defense and foreign affairs. How do you not have a defense budget two years in? Well, how do you spend literally trillions of dollars in unprogrammed spending? Inflation reduction act, infrastructure thing. COVID thing, right? You add all that up. That's several $1 trillion. Not a nickel in there is for defense. And then of course, the impact of inflation is that you're actually losing defense funding because the 10% inflation. Right. And this is while we're actively supporting operations. In Ukraine, China is building out its military every day. Iran is as dangerous as ever. Russia, okay, maybe it was a paper Tiger, but if Putin survives, it's going to be just like Germany's defeat after World War I. The first thing that Germany started to do is how can we rebuild and come back better next time? So Russia is dangerous. Iran's dangerous North Korea is probably tested nuclear weapon by Thanksgiving. China is getting more dangerous. And we are basically funding important things like drag queen shows on bases. Training in the gender pronoun training in the navy gym. Yeah, right. The important stuff. And not even just in the military, you know, the State Department, they just report $20,000. To fund drag queen shows in Ecuador. That'll go down. That's what your tax dollars are going for. Not buying uniforms and ammunition, not your children, volunteered for military service and going, and we will find money that if your daughter needs an abortion, will pay her travels. You go into abortion, but we can't give her body armor
Dynamic Daniels, LSU, roar back on No. 7 Ole Miss, 45-20
"7th ranked Mississippi suffered its first loss by blowing a two touchdown lead and falling to LSU 45 20 Jaden Daniels ran for three touchdowns and threw for two scores Once we got going you know it was hard for half of them to stop It was easy for us to keep going He broke the team's single season record for rushing TDs by a quarterback with 9 and has accounted for 11 touchdowns rushing or passing in the tigers last two games Daniels passed for 258 yards and ran for 121 without a turnover LSU finished with 500 total yards after being out gained 200 to 80 in the first quarter and falling behind 17 three I'm Dave ferry
QB Klubnik leads No. 5 Clemson to 27-21 win vs. No. 14 'Cuse
"5th grade clubs and earned its ACC record setting 38th straight home win but the tigers had to erase a 21 7 deficit before defeating number 14 Syracuse 27 21 Freshman quarterback cade club Nick rallied the tigers to two fourth quarter touchdowns after replacing mistake prone starter DJ ulya gole Will shipley ran for a career high 172 yards and two touchdowns as the tigers improved to 8 zero and earned their 14th consecutive win since last season Shipley's 50 yard TD put the tigers ahead in the fourth quarter Clemson held Syracuse to 119 yards at no points in the final two quarters I'm Dave ferry
What Is the Reason Behind This Political Malaise?
"The Pink Floyd hit. Comfortably numb, we're comfortably numb. I've been noticing and I want to make you aware of this because I want to make sure that you get stimulated into action. The last few weeks I've noticed a little bit of a lull in calls in passion in text messages. I mean, I'm plugged in. I'm traveling around the country with my colleagues from Salem. And I would allege that I am more connected to my audience than any of my friends and colleagues are. I watch, I watch emails and I listen to voice voicemail messages, I watch these lines that light up, and I can tell there is a malaise. Remember that the M word malaise back in the Carter administration, you old enough to remember that? Sort of feels that way right now. People are a little muted. You're a little subdued. 21 days before this crucial essential midterm election. I think I know what it is. I think it's the election integrity issue. I think people, I believe people are so worried about fraud and a rigged election that you've sort of thrown in up your hands and you just don't want to deal with it and oh, I don't want to worry and I'm just, I don't want to be stressed anymore. I just want to just go to the football game. Go tigers. You know something if you give up and if you give in, we're going to deserve everything we get as a nation. We must not stop.
No. 4 Clemson beats Florida State for 7th straight time
"DJ you we only throws for three touchdowns and runs in another is fourth ranked Clemson hangs on to beat Florida state 34 28 trailing 14 7 in the second quarter uyanga Lele and the tigers proceeded to score the next 27 points to take a 34 14 lead into the fourth quarter and improved a 7 and O on the season I thought it was real balance today I feel like we did attack for the most part for the whole time of the game and I feel like we did a really good job of just being efficient for whatever we have We ran the ball great tonight Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis threw for a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns but couldn't get his team over the hump as Florida state dropped to four and three I'm Denny cap
The latest in sports
"AP sports time Josh rowntree a monster Monday night for Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs correspondent Greg eklund has more Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce caught four touchdown passes in the chief's 30 to 29 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders You know we started off a little slow Had some calls not go our way and not only us fired up at that entire stadium fired up and arrowhead had our backs so we just rally together and really really fought through that one After spotting the Raiders a 17 nothing lead Kelsey's third TD catch late in the third quarter put Kansas City in front for good 30 to 23 The Raiders scored their final touchdown with two 58 left on the game but a two point conversion attempt failed and the chiefs held on The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Matt rule Monday Rule was less than three years into a 7 year $62 million contract The Panthers are one in four on the year and lost the San Francisco 37 to 15 Sunday Rule was 11 and 27 during his time in Carolina defensive pass game coordinator Steve wilks was named the interim head coach Carolina also fired defensive coordinator Phil snow In baseball it was an off day for the MLB postseason for all teams with action set to resume Tuesday but there was some news The San Francisco Giants hired Houston assistant general manager Pete patella as their new GM Patella will replace Scott Harris who was hired as GM for the Detroit tigers last month In golf Dustin Johnson needed only 6 events to have a $30 million a year And he still has two events left with these Saudi funded lived golf tour even though he failed to finish in the top ten for the first time Johnson and clinched the inaugural live golf individual championship the two time major champion has already earned over $12 million winning the season points title comes with an $18 million bonus I'm Josh roundtree AP sports
Clemson breaks it open in 2nd half, tops Boston College 31-3
"5th rank Clemson pulled away in the second half to beat Boston college 31 three all four touchdowns came after halftime DJ uya Gale through for 220 yards and three touchdowns for the tigers who were tied three three before reaching the end zone on back to back possessions Defense played an unbelievable game tonight I mean only three points hats off to the defense man It gave us a chance each and every time making stops making turnovers The Clemson QB also ran for 69 yards Bo Collins caught four passes for 58 yards including a ten yard score He also grabbed a 20 yard throat to set up the TD I'm Dave ferry
Hooker, No. 8 Tennessee too much for No. 25 LSU, 40-13
"8th ranked Tennessee is 5 and zero for the first time in 6 years following a 40 13 thrashing of number 25 LSU and in hooker passed for 239 yards and two touchdowns As a receiving core we all just continue to work together and gain that chemistry Hooker also accounted for 56 of the volunteers 264 rushing yards Jabari small reigned for 127 yards and two scores and brew McCoy hauled in 7 passes for 140 yards Tigers quarterback Jayden Daniels was sacked 5 times with Byron young accounting for two and a half Tennessee has scored over 30 points in all 5 games this season I'm Dave ferry
No. 5 Clemson tops No. 10 NC State 30-20 in ACC showdown
"DJ UEA threw for a touchdown and ran for two others as 5th ranked clumps and earned it 11 straight win 30 20 versus number ten North Carolina state The tigers quarterback engineered touchdown drives just before and right after halftime helping Clemson move to 5 and zero for the 7th time in 8 years He had 209 yards through the air and 73 on the ground Clemson's defense did the rest holding the potent wolf pack to just a field goal over the final two quarters The tigers also picked off Devin Leary and recovered a fumble when NC state went for it on fourth and 13 down ten with less than 9 minutes left I'm Dave fairy
JJ & JP Feel They Could Have Taken on This Years Weak President's Cup
"I think the president's cup, the problem with the president's cup. And I'm wearing glasses tonight, which means I'm smart as shit. But the president's cop, like it had to be electric the first couple days because once football hit Saturday and Sunday, they were deep shit, like as far as people wanting to watch. I think in Australia, Tiger was playing all these other guys, it was closer, the internationals were depleted with all their guys droning tour, the time frame was weird because Australia is like 11 days ahead of the United States, like they know what happens two weeks before we do. So that shit was dialed. But this thing was not quite not quite there, but they made a comeback. I think to get to four points or whatever, a lot of action. Kevin kisner was the real hero even said when he was done, he goes, I got .5 points. I got half a point. Obviously they didn't take me for my golf skills. They took me because I was the only one that knows how to party worth a shit in this whole entire group. And he's a 100% factual there. Do you think you and I could have got half a point with those with those guys or partners? I think both of you and I, for sure. For sure, especially I think we could have partnered and got awfully 1000%. And we like kiss. I think you and I, without a doubt, you could afford like everyone hates the alternate shot, but you would have been good for ball. You could have partnered with everybody. I could have hit a few foul balls and a 1000% somehow best ball to half a point with somebody. I just feel as if that could have happened.
"tigers" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"So not most players, but most homers with the same name is 8, and that was the previously mentioned Joe's because Joe Gordon and Joe grace both hit to that day, although on May 30th, 2012, there was 7 with only four players for Carlos, because Carlos Gonzalez hit three, Carlos Pena hit one Carlos Quentin hit to and Carlos Ruiz hit one. Now those were all the most in a single day if you want to know the most homers in a single game by players with the same name, it's 5, that has happened twice, giant sit Phillies, July 7th, 1979, Mike ivy hit two and Mike Schmidt hit three and reads it giants August 2nd, 1994, Barry Larkin hit two and Barry Bonds hit three. I am not quite done. Although we're getting there, this is a question from Evan that just came in this week. He says, I noticed in last night's 16 to 5 drubbing by the rockies that the Cardinals used three pitchers and each recorded exactly 8 outs or two and two thirds innings pitched. It seems like every pitcher recording the same number of outs would be pretty rare if you exclude complete games for a number of pitchers greater than one, it seems like three is the most likely number for this to happen because it's mathematically possible in any game that doesn't end with a partial inning. How often has this happened with three pitchers and has it ever happened with a different number of pitchers? So Ryan Nelson responds, it's not common, but it's not that rare either by his count, it has happened 1375 times since 1901, the far and away most common method is two pitchers pitching four innings or 12 outs apiece. And that has happened 933 of those times. The next most common is three pitchers going three innings each, and then four pitchers going two innings each. And there have been a couple or a few that have happened just once each, so two pitchers, 8 outs, a piece, I assume that was a shortened game. And then two pitchers 22 outs a piece, that happened once as well, and 9 pitchers with three outs, a piece that happened once, and that was the famous Ned garver game that prompted the first effectively wowed cold call to net garver and as I recall that was the last day of the season, and they just had 9 guys throw in a piece. So this is the 12th the currents of the specific combination that Evan wrote in about and the first time since the tigers did it against the rangers on May 16th, 2013, when Verlander allowed 8 runs into and a third innings pitched and the tigers lost ten to four. So all the data is online there both for the combinations and for the individual games, if you are interested in that too. Okay, this one came in a while ago this is from Richard hirschberger of past blast fame. This is a crossover. Yeah, so he asked a stat plasti question. And this was during the Orioles long winning streak in July, which started when they were under 500, and then propelled them over that Mark. So he asked in honor of the Orioles, what is the longest winning streak by a team that is under 500 and Ryan Nelson says the record is 13, which has happened three times. Wow. So the 1991 Phillies, after starting the year 1458, the Phillies rattled off 13 straight wins from July 30th through August 11th getting to 53 and 58. They would then go 26 and 26 the rest of the way to end the season at 78 84. The 1999 Padres started the season 25 and 39 then won 14 straight from June 18th July 2nd, but the 14th got them to 500. So only 13 of that streak was below 500, they went 45 and 51, the rest of the way to end the season 74 and 88, and then the 1999 Orioles. They started the season 61 and 76. They won 13 straight. The last streak of ten plus for the Orioles until the one this summer to reach 74 and 76, but then they lost 8 of their last 12 to end the season, like the 91 Philly's at 78 84. The 1980 twins almost ended the season with a 12 game streak to get to 77 and 82. They lost only two games after the streak. The 65 pirates had a 12 gamer after starting 9 and 24, and then they went 81 and 48 the rest of the way, pretty good. Although that only got them to third place in the NL and no playoffs in 1965, and finally, the 2004 raise one 12 straight in June to get to within one win of 500 and then they peaked at 42 and 41, 9 and a half games back before absolutely tanking the rest of the way going 28 and 50 to end with 91 losses. All right, last one here, I mentioned that I was going to talk about the guardians again and this is what I was alluding to. So the guardians, as we said, they are in first place as we speak now. And I noticed that they are a very young team. Notably young for a team that is so successful. And I saw that they were just making another call up because James Karen check. Not making the trip to Toronto. And so they are calling up, I believe, a 25 year old Payton Baden field, great name, Peyton battenfield, to replace James Karen check. So maybe he will make his debut and bring down the average age even more, although I did also read that the guardians had optioned their mascot mustard to high a after he failed to secure victory in any of the first 50 sugar Dale hot dog races at progressive field in 2022, mustard the mascot or condiment is 17, according to the story. So his her there, it's demotion, may raise the average age at that.
"tigers" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"They're worried about shenanigans. There are rules against these things for good reason. And you know, he's a young player and people I think are mostly giving him the benefit of the doubt, but I guess they at least have to launch a little investigation just to make sure that there's no chicanery going on here. Still some sensitivity about sign stealing and such, but this was not quite a glass ass situation because he was not sliding headfirst to protect the phone or so he said it just happened to be that way and then the evidence was rate out there for everyone. It was almost like you quirk a bat and a bunch of cork pieces come out or something. It's like, oh, there it is. Although it's not the same, but it's sort of the same in that the evidence is right there in front of you. So that was amusing, had not seen that before and it was relatable because if I were a big league ball player, I'm always on my phone, I imagine that this would probably happen to me at some point. I mean, probably. I mean, maybe it wouldn't, though, because I am a rule follower in general, so right. And also, wouldn't you be excited about like, you know, this is like when I fly. I'm like, this is great. No Wi-Fi for me. I get a break. It's an enforced, it's an enforced break. Right. And I think you would be like, what's going to happen in three hours that I have to, you know, it's fine. I don't need it out there probably some fans will tweet angry tweets. Why would you think it's a mistake I just made? So yeah. Yeah, so bad idea to have that on you. You need to just be present and engage with your teammates and the active sporting, you know? That's what it's about. I will always say that the Wi-Fi on the plane is broken. And that might be true, but I don't actually know because I never try to use it because you know what? This is Meg time. It's time for me to get to read without people talking to me about stuff, you know? I like people and I like talking about stuff, but sometimes you want an enforced three hour break while you're flying home to see your family. Sure. All right, let's end with the past blast in some step blasts. Maybe I'll go past blast first this time. Yeah, switching things up. Mix it up. Episode 1888, past blast from 1888 and from Richard hershberger, historian saber researcher author of strike for the evolution of baseball. He said there was a plethora of possibilities for 1888, so he indulged himself by selecting two, although one is very short, he said he couldn't pass on this first one because it is also a scene in bull Durham. So the Giants are on a winter tour to California, and as related in the Cleveland plain dealer of February 9th, 1888, buck Ewing and a few of the Giants while in Frisco did not care one day about playing two weeks ago and took a hose and watered the grounds. The hose would not reach second base and then the trick was discovered. Richard says it worked better in the movie version, but that goes back a long way. This is the second time that bull Durham has come up in the past blast because we had bull Durham style cliches being bandied about in the 19th century. So this tactic of watering down the infield and hosing down the grounds, that was age old too, but the main pass blast here. Another foreshadowing of the future is the earliest known suggestion for pitchers not batting. This is from a column by our old friend Henry Chadwick in the sporting life of August 8th, 1888. Quote, a well-known and noted player residing in Pittsburgh recently sent me a letter in which he makes the following suggestion, he says, I should like to see a rule embodied in the national code, which would admit of the captain of a team having the privilege of allowing his pitcher to go to the bat or not when his turn came. He very pointedly says an advocating this new rule that pitchers as a rule are rather weak betters. And besides this, when they come out of the box on a hot day at the close of a lively inning, they are likely to be pretty well fatigued and are then in no condition to go to the bat or to run bases. Then two, in case he does go to the bat after a long inning and happens to get his base on balls or to make a hit, and in consequence has to run bases, he comes in from the double fatigue in no trim to do justice to himself in the box in the next inning. Variants of the idea will pop up several times over the years in this version, the team can simply skip the picture, having a lineup of just 8 hitters, the designated pinch hitter will be a later refinement when finally adopted. And we've talked about that proposal. Don't have a DH just have 8 hitters instead. Obviously, that is not the way that we've gone, but all these things go back a long time. So it seems like the main reason or one of the reasons why they were advocating this at this time was just that it was hard on pitchers to have to bat and run and then pitch and not have a lot of recovery time and I remember reading a little research on that and it seemed like there was maybe a tiny bit of evidence that pitchers pitched worse a little bit after having hit or run the bases or both in the previous half inning. But it was not a huge effect. I will link to that study on the show page. But the primary reason is that they can't hit. So that was not as apparent in 1888 as it became later. They were still a lot of two way players at that point and caliber of play was not as high. And so pitchers could hold their own a little bit more, but they were still bad. Just not as completely inept as they later became. Just not as God awful as what they ended up being. Yeah, so, you know, it only took almost a century for this idea to be put into practice and then another half a century for it to become mandatory across both leagues. So sometimes change takes time. Better late than never. All right, so step blasts.
"tigers" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"No, it was a ton of fun when they defied the stats last year, but it is nice to know that there's some reason behind the projections that if you take the long view, often tend to work out. Do you remember your pre season projections without help? I have two memory of who I picked. I have no memory. I want to say like, all right, I didn't pick them either, and I'm like, I am not confident that that is accurate. Yeah, I mean, they mean very little to me, and even though I've brought them up a couple times here. And I guess I'm taking some semblance of a victory lap. I don't put any stock in my ability to project things or beat the projection systems. And maybe I remember them because it's like traumatic for me to have to make so many predictions and projections like people at the ringer when it's pre seasoned staff predictions time, they're like, oh, Ben's going to be thrilled about this because I've been trying to just weasel my way out of doing this for years and years and never quite succeed. So yeah. I do remember just because I don't make a lot of projections and predictions. And so when I actually have to make them, I suppose they stick in my mind for the most part. But rarely do I go way off the board with anything, right? I mean, the philosophies of making predictions, which is just like be boring and perhaps more right on the whole, but no one will remember what you said, or just go for the glory, do it for the story. Just come up with some wacky pick that if it pays off, will make you look prescient, which I just can not bring myself to do. It just feels philosophically inconsistent. And so rarely do I go for a huge long shot unless I actually believe in it. So my Pixar are famously pretty boring. And so probably no one else does remember them. Just like my little protests. It's like, oh, you're going to make me make predictions. Okay. I'm just going to pick the best players to win the awards and the best teams to make the playoffs there. Hope you're happy. Let's see. So I picked the Dodgers to win the west Milwaukee to win the central Atlanta to win the east. That was spicy of me. And then met giants and Padres in wildcard spots, a lot of that is true. Some of that is true. Did I pick the Mariners? I'm just like re-engaging with my past optimism. Yeah, look at me. So spicy. Houston, White Sox, and Blue Jays to win their respective divisions and then Tampa Yankees and Seattle. So, you know, some of that has proven to be right? Not all of it, but you know, parts of that are true. Parts of that are true. Yeah. It's mostly on target here, I guess, and the NL I picked the braves, the brewers, the Dodgers, Padres mets Phillies, as your wild card teams, I guess maybe I was a little low on the mets, perhaps we'll see. I had picked them to win the division a bunch of times before that, and finally I was like, okay, I'm giving up on this horse. I think they'll still be okay, but I'm not going to pick against Atlanta. Perhaps I should have stuck with the mets one more year. We will see. And then in the AL, I also had the Blue Jays winning the east. I think everyone at the ringer did, we were very high on the bushes and that I had the White Sox and Astros with the rays and the Yankees and the Red Sox sneaking in there. So I did not believe in the Mariners. It looks like. And was too high on the Blue Jays. It turns out, although the Blue Jays of late had been playing more like the team than I think we thought they were. They're in a playoff spot. They're the top wild card. They're still ten games back, so it would take a pretty historic collapse by the Yankees in order to flip the order there. But lately, at least they have looked like the best team in that division, not to sound any panic alarms about the Yankees, but we didn't mention the Yankees in our biggest playoff ads, risers, and followers, little readout there because they're not on it like they're odds have not appreciably changed because they built up such an enormous lead. It's such a lead. Yeah, that even though they have not had a great last month have not been playing it nearly the pace that they were have been a losing team depending on where you set the arbitrary endpoints there. They basically have not gained or lost any playoff ads because they've been at a hundred both times. They've lost a tiny bit of division ads, but they're still at 95% likely. So, you know, I know that there are a lot of people just wanting to bail out the rising water in the Yankees boat, but it's probably going to be okay. Now, I will say, I didn't see the Yankees pre season as some sort of historically great team that was going to challenge single season wins records, so in that sense, it feels, I guess, more like what I was expecting if you actually look at their record today, that would have been much closer to what I thought they would be pre season or even still probably above what I would have expected. So in that sense, maybe we could have seen that correction coming. But not only are they no longer on some sort of historic wins pace. But they have been surpassed by some teams. Not in the AL east crucially for them, but, you know, they have a 6 34 winning percentage, the asters also have a 6 34 winning percentage. So there, that's a tie. And then the mets are up to 6 52, so best record in New York, no longer the Yankees. It's the mets. Still out of juice to that subway series rivalry. I'm actually taking a friend whose wedding I am in and who's getting married later this year. We're going to one of the next subway series games this month. And the atmosphere is going to be pretty spicy at that one, I think. So I'm looking forward to that. And then the team that is above them all, as always, you're Los Angeles Dodgers, not your literally, but 77 and 33. 700 winning percentage. So they're on a 113 win pace. Yep. Yep, another year, another dominant Dodgers team that is leading a good Padres team by 16 games at this point. And they're about to get Dustin maybach. Yeah. So I know Clayton Kershaw is hurt for now, but you just fill that spot with Dustin may, who's looked great in his rehab assignment so far. And if he is the dust in May, we were seeing early last year before his Tommy John surgery when it seems like maybe he had figured out how to translate the nasty stuff into strikeouts, that's a pretty huge addition late in the season. Yeah, and like, you know, I know that it's only what August 11th, I don't even know how many games it is, but next, Muncie has like a two 76 WRC plus in August.
"tigers" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"What if being welcome to another episode of the trivial with buds, podcast, I'm your host Ryan buds. Thanks for checking out the show. A little deeper voice than usual today. It can go real deep, too. I have what they call a summer cold, which is not the funnest thing to have. And hopefully it goes away soon. And I hope that where you're at, you're safe, sound, and healthy. Listening to the show today, I have been falling asleep to a podcast. I want to recommend called boring bedtime stories. It's great. And the content that they read really does put you right to sleep. The one I just listened to was a Sears catalog for groceries from like 1897 or 1887 or something. So if you have sleep problems, go check out the boring bedtime stories podcast very interesting and also very boring to put you to sleep, but that's what they're looking to do. Today's episode is all about lions and tigers and bears. Oh my. But before we get to that, a where am I guessing game? Here are your clues. I'm a European city. I am part. I am a port on the Mediterranean. I am the second largest city in my country. You might see a bull fight here, Columbus announced his new world discovery here, my people speak Catalan, a Spanish dialect. Antony gaudy, influenced my architecture, I hosted the summer Olympic Games in 1992, I am in Spain, where am I with the initial B that would be Barcelona. Good job, everybody who got that in just a few clues, Barcelona. All right, we're all warmed up and ready to go. We're gonna jump into lions and tigers and bears trivia right now, here we go. All right, lions, tigers and bears number one. What family friendly film features the phrase lions and tigers and bears. Oh my, number one, what family friendly film features that phrase lions and tigers and bears? Oh my. Number two, what region of North America is home to the kodiak bear, one of the largest bear species in the world? What region of North America is home to the kodiak bear? Number three, which American rock band had the billboard number one hit in 1982 with eye of the Tiger. I of the Tiger, what band was that? Number four, what is the name? Of the antagonist from Disney's The Lion King. What is the name of the antagonist from Disney's The Lion King?.
"tigers" Discussed on Fore Play
"It's training it and then trusting it. And when you trust it, know that it's in there. So with the Olympic athletes for the winter games, one of the analogies we were using is, you know, it's almost like have a performance piggy bank. And you pack it with as many gold coins as you can. In practice, we're getting those reps in. And then when it's time to perform, just empty out the bank account. Just have fun spending the money. And all that talent's in there. So let it out. When you say be present during the reps, what exactly does that mean? Yeah, so when I worked with San Francisco Giants, I was the sports psychologist for the San Francisco Giants. And I would see the better players like posey and baumgartner and Crawford and panic and all these guys. When they're practicing, I mean, they're serious. They're locked in. It's almost like you could walk by them and they won't see you. Because they're just so focused. And so every rep is high quality. When they're lifting weights, when they're throwing, when they're warming up, it's just really high quality. We're at some of the other guys, you know, some of the younger guys or some other guys that weren't performing as well. They're kind of goofing around a little too much. You know, there's a time and a place for that because you got to have fun with it. But the guys get the most out of practice. And Kobe Bryant said this once. He said, it's not how many hours you put into practice. It's how many hours your mind is present during practice. So a lot of guys, and not to be too hard on ASU, but when I would go watch some of the practices from different sports, different teams, I would start seeing guys look at their watch or look at the clock, you know, like ten minutes before practice ended. Whereas these other guys, you know, I mean, they're just like, oh, practice is over because they're just so in the moment. Yeah, I remember from and we were always going to talk about Tiger because he's probably, you know, he's our favorite guy, but from Hank haney's book, he would talk about tigers practice sessions and he'd said they would, you know, Hank would give them something..
"tigers" Discussed on Fore Play
"If they want to set up voting booths across the country and vote that way, I would absolutely be in for that. Let's go. Millions of dollars. Let's set up fucking. Yeah, let's set up for these guys to make a couple more $1 million. We're going to go out and we're going to take off work so we can vote for bubba Watson at the voting booth. Do you think do you think an honest just pull a real true well done poll? Voting would have churned up much different results? It would be very interesting to see if bubba on his social media but do you think it'd be different like the Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau. I think that's a pretty true and honest top 5. Oh no, yeah. No, I think that's a top 5 because of what they're basing what the money should go after. They're taking a lot more things aside from growing the game on social media. I'm just saying if you're talking about the MVP of social media, who was the most valuable tweeter or social media person, do the poll for it. It's not fair to just like have this weird algorithm of what they think is the biggest thing because it's not fair to the Joel damons and the max home isn't all that stuff. That's all I'm saying. They are big on social media. It's just whatever, whatever credentials or criteria that they've set forth, they're apparently not meeting it because they didn't make their money. And the guys that need the extra 10 million. But let's talk about what we're saying though is that that's just not the most important category. Like they might have been, right? Like there's a couple there's a couple numbers missing on this list. So there's like the, like, bubba Watson was number one in the MVP thing. Justin Thomas was number two, Brooks Koepka was number three, like number four is not even on this list. Number 6 is not on this list. One of those solid could be max. That's what I mean. There's like 5 or 6 different categories..
"tigers" Discussed on Fore Play
"So big thanks to truly go have some and enjoy yourself this weekend. Okay, the player impact program, it was announced today that Tiger Woods not Phil Mickelson won the player impact program for 2021. I believe the phrasing that they use was that a late push from Tiger, where obviously he released that swing video. I think it was a two, maybe three second video. It got like 10 million views on Twitter and took over the entire Internet, then a month later, he plays in the father son, PNC with Charlie. There's no way he doesn't win after all of that clearly. I think that a lot of our takes after looking at this list are going to be in line with what we've said the entire time. I'll go through the list very quickly. Tiger Woods got $8 million for first place Phil Mickelson 6 million for second place. Then Rory third Spieth fourth Bryce and 5th, they each got 3.5 million, then Justin Thomas 6, Dustin Johnson, 7th Brooks Koepka 8th, John rom 9th and bubba Watson tenth. They each got $3 million. I think the main takeaway from this is really, it's just not that much about social media. I don't think that your social media action has almost anything to do with it. Well, I'd also argue if you go back to when the originally announced that the pip program is going to be a thing. I think we said that Tiger Woods should be number one every single year Intel. He just he's not on the planet anymore or whatever like even then he probably should win. Right, like they kind of gave out a little bit of data in terms of what goes into this and I don't totally understand all of it, but Tiger Woods is golf. If he's even, I mean, think about how much he played last year, like that's a pretty good indicator on how much of an impact he has when he's not even playing. So like, it should always be him when it came out that Phil might have won those early reports. That made sense to a degree, but Tiger Woods being number one makes the most sense. But I agree with what you're saying, Riggs, there's really, it's just who are the biggest players in golf. Has nothing to do with social media. John Robinson on that list. Bubba Watson winning number one in social media, though, is stunning. And I know that he does those videos, you're welcome and all that stuff. I think it's because he's big on TikTok and they probably, I don't know what their algorithm is, but bubba Watson, I think is one of the only golfers on the planet that is embraced TikTok, so maybe they see that that new area for them, like that new just like audience on TikTok..
"tigers" Discussed on Fore Play
"Their brother Mike was as good or infinitely better than they could have been. He was so good at hockey and he was much more like us. He just like loved to hang out. He didn't and don't get me wrong to play at that level. Like there's work in really hard. You're in the gym. You're in great shape, but going that extra mile and genuinely enjoying it is such a difference and especially when the game's gotten to where it is now. Like when we had Jeremy wrote it gone, he talked a lot about how like in the 80s and 90s, whoever got by kind of doing what we are approaches would be the best player in the world, but now when you get to that level where it's the fitness and the training and all of that and the nutrition, that whole approach makes guys just a little bit better to the point where over 82 games in the NHL or over four rounds of 72 holes like that's actually way better and it's the difference between a career or being top ten in the world and not really making it and you have to I think you have to love it or you have to teach yourself how to love it. That's super interesting, yeah. It is crazy because like these guys love it on this show. But like Diego like watching him play hockey like painted a beautiful picture like and I was lucky enough to play like yandle when we played each other in high school. He always found space. He always had space, just a magician with the park in terms of how he created. Watching Diego play was like the same way and I asked him one time I was like, yeah, you're like, why not? Like, why didn't you make it? He's just like, I love bud lights, and I'm like, oh man, I get that. I get that, dude. That's fine. To get us the best. And he's like the nicest fucking dude in the world, but he's so sick at hockey. And his two brothers went on and played pro and he just didn't. He was like, no, I'm just all set. I'm gonna go hang out in southeast and he's made a billion Friends, and he's awesome. And it's just a kind of what we're speaking about. It is funny, man. That applying yourself in the difference and the mental approach, it's all that's all things that clearly this podcast could do a lot more of if we really wanted to be better at golf, but I really doubt that we will. Go out and apply yourself to that audience. You know what I mean? You know, if you plug themselves, it's a motivational show right here. Owens might motivate you. If you want to go the other direction or just maybe have a couple cocktails in a joy yourself, just add Owens. I'm actually out at pebble. We came over yesterday. Dubois are coming out later this week for the dad bod classic, which we will get into, but they have.
"tigers" Discussed on Fore The People
"For country financial. How about this one? So Tiger, you know, because the general public, they obviously in the club sluts or whatever you want to call them. I don't know. The people that are obsessed with what everyone is using. Tiger, to me, and everyone else looks like he's used the same shaft and grip. You're gonna have to say which one or what is, you probably can, but forever and ever and ever. It looks like that golf pride, tour velvet cord, whatever, upside down, whatever you want to say, and then like a X one, I don't know how he steps her or whatever, but you're obviously you build clubs, but your specialty, you know, grinding, making sure it's what he wants. Did he ever mess around or to use the same stuff forever as far as the grips and shafts were concerned? Always the same. Yeah. Always the same. I mean, there's no, I don't know if anything else was ever tried or whatever, but I think that goes back to this is what works for me. I think that there's some Tiger in my opinion, has a kind of an old school look at his equipment. He takes a lot of ownership and the equipment or whatever. And I think that there's certain things that have helped him be successful. That are non negotiable. Sure. Yeah. And that's negotiable. I mean, it's an X one. I know that. It's an extra one. And it's a golf pride. It's a chord. Upside down. Is it stepped? I mean, this does he do anything specific with his iron links? His lengths are the same as they've always been. That's never been messed around with. You know, as far as you look at their his standard, but there's a little some little things that are, I would compare his golf clubs to some of the modern standards..
"tigers" Discussed on Fore The People
"Leti's the people there know every day when they report to work, guess what we're going to do. We're going to make some more boots. We're going to sell some boots. We're going to fit people for some boots. That's perpetuation. That's how you make build boots for over. I don't know, over a hundred years, I'm sure. Is that kind of just ML eddies? That's what you all are trying to be. Y'all are trying to be ML ladies of golf clubs. I think there is some comparison. If you look at you can't build a great boot for someone unless you know how they're going to fit. It's all about how they look. We do some cool things here, Pete. You've seen all the stuff in here as far as the laser engraving and all that stuff. It's not birdies and pars and all of that. That's a coolness, but it's the fit, and it's the deliverable is the performance of the tools. This golf is a very imperfect game. And we're just trying to give people assets that I think the most important time that people spend with their golf equipment is practice time. Do you building a relationship of confidence with the tools? Are you learning over and over again? I still hate that way. I hated yesterday. Are you driver? Or whatever it is, right? Yeah. So this is going to be question time, MT. We got we got a whole slew of questions for you. Any time you tweet out or put out that you've got the guy that's built Tiger Woods clubs for 20 years on your podcast, you're going to get a lot of questions. So I know Colleen has a few in the hopper for you. Don't get too nervous on these. It's just not something to fret about. If you can't answer it, say no comment. Identify your body. Hey, will you have to identify my body fans? Which questions? We don't want to have to bury people in West Texas with a back code. Just do your best..
"tigers" Discussed on Fore The People
"In your hands that you're going to feel something or you might see something if it's a little flat. Quarter degree man's pretty hard to spot. Yeah, that's nuts. That's crazy. Well, you feel things and then you also know what you want. You know, Mark Brooks is a Fort Worth guy there in town, and I remember whatever. Knowledgeable guy and he'd always have his clubs. He's like, what do you think of this? But it would be like super flat, the grips on upside down sideways, you know, whatever. Like it's the reminder. You know what I'm talking about. Like this, I was like, Jesus, like how does anyone hold this thing? But like he knew what he wanted. So especially if your stuff is that unique, you're really going to probably know if stuff is different. I've always been relatively close to. I mean, everybody specs standard is different. But that's wild. Another thing I heard about Tiger is like, he switched, he switched wedges. Not what you all made him, but he switched for the purpose of new grooves more than anybody. Is that true? Or is that just kind of it is? I think some of the foundation of how, you know, when the grooves changed, when that rule came out, you know, we executed some things. We took a little bit of control of that geometry to ourselves. Most of the grooves that we cut in wedges back during that time were cut in-house. We did everything we check and performance on them. Here. So, you know, we kind of looked at the rules. Like, okay, we're his performance. If you create a rule, doesn't that tell you where performance is? So we kind of, I think a lot of people ran away from the oh wow, we don't want to threaten that rule, but if that's where performance is, all I need is the USGA process that I have here in house and suspend me out a report that says Pete's wedges are conforming. It's not there's not a relevance of their conformed by a mile or they conform by a tiny little bit..
"tigers" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"So that was. Tigers are not afraid also known as well then which means Come back And it is directed and written by isa lopez. And it stars powell laura kwan ramon lopez neary outta dondo. Hansel casillas. rodriguez. Cortes yana squirrel. And tanakh. puerta thank you. I practiced And the premise is. I forgot to pull up the premise. This is a this is a synopsis that actually it's pretty. It's pretty straightforward. It's like yes that is that is indeed. What is about a dark fairytale about a gang of five children trying to survive the horrific violence of cartels and the ghosts created every day by the drug war. Yeah now that is very spot on john. Pr person or whoever wrote them. That's correct owns nick. You kind of took. It took us away on the last one Would you like to start off again on this one or not. You just watched it. You watch more recently than i have i did. It's more fresh. Watch the today rushing. You're my one all right. Oh that's a good way to start. Start the do no. I literally started at like ten thirty in the morning like it was like we were alliterate. Let's watch this movie league. There's a movie there's a parade. Sorry before we start. There's a movie that just came out called a mass. I watched a sundance and it's a very very good drama Of two sets appearance meeting in a room and like the aftermath of school shooting Sometime passed but there anyway Entire movie takes place just there in the one room with them talking. So good. So good devastating. I watched it also like nine. Ten in the morning never had an unreasonable time to watch something so dramatically hefty for sure the whole that. Wait the rest of the day.
"tigers" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Mojo in the morning show is your home of the phone scams. Let scam chris. He took his company's sweet for a comerica park tigers game last week and then when he found out that he couldn't go he sold the tickets so he didn't even use them. Well now spike is gonna make him think that thousands of dollars worth of damage happened to his company's sweet from the people that actually bought those tickets from him it's a mojo in the morning. Phone scam your whole with the phone scam. This is mojo in the morning you hold on. I'm about to disrespect you right now. Hello hi looking for chris please. This is chris chris. My name's jim. I'm calling from the detroit. Tigers office at comerica park. Okay and i just want to see if my records are correct. You attended our game last thursday when we lost and you watch the game from your box sweet from the company street. Yeah we called your corporate office. I told us that you're the one that use a tickets. And i'm just calling to check on something. Did you notice any damage to the luxury box. When you got to the game everything was fine. That's because there was no damage to the sweet. When you got to the park. The reason i'm calling is you shouldn't leave it the way you found it the other right bar box number eight. That's right well. We're used a little pizza on the rug or a little pop spill here and there but are cleaning. Staff filed a report that your box suite was absolutely imploded. I mean completely wrecked it happened. I witnessed it myself. There's no way. I'm just wondering what you could have possibly been doing in their their food and drink everywhere. Broken bottles sweet. I'm not gonna mess with that room where they're constantly. You know what i mean. If you check your books were regulars were always in that bothers. You guys were the last ones to use. Is the last home game. There was wallpaper peeled off the walls. Lightbulbs smashed in sprinkled on the floor. I'm serious. I mean the tv was removed from the wall. The bolts were just ripped out of the wall and the tv was dumped in the frigging toilet. I mean this guy. This has got to be some kind of them. There's no misunderstanding. That's your sweet. You said you were at the game company i call. I didn't tell them exactly what happened. But i called to find out who they gave me your number. I mean would you have a frigging bachelor party in the luxury suite man. Who attended the game with you. Business clients it's all twelve tickets. Yeah all of them and you didn't let any strangers in your company sweet or leave it unattended. Absolutely i mean we respect the company sweep use it constantly. It's a luxury suite. Were always there. We take care of it. I wouldn't mess this up for my company. Well let's just say that front office doesn't play these kinds of games and they want action taken. Which is the reason for my call. Now we're going to have to range payment for you to cover the damages but more importantly we are going to have to revoke your company season tickets and all the luxury suite privileges. You can't do that. you can't do that. He can't do that. You're gonna get me five. How much are we talking about. There's guy be. Can i pay you for the damages. We'll put on my credit card. We're going to get this whole thing ever happened is this can't get back to my boss. Forget the whole thing ever happened. Damages damages are twelve thousand. Eight hundred dollars. You're questioning me. I mean you throw a party tear the whole place apart. And you're going to question me on the damages. Your lucky i'm dealing with you to begin with. I should be the people that handle this account. I mean we have the sofa the rug the tv plumbing three barstools telephone. This ceiling needs.
"tigers" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Seven years real time on that burger king. Honesty longtime will. My friend's dad was the manager. And we i was going to school. And we were also touring you know when we could and he would literally just let me write down whatever schedule i wanted and then he would make that my schedule from week to week. So we're the burger. King i was yes that That was like when was maybe seventeen until like yet. Twenty two twenty three okay. Yeah so what. Years was tigers jaw. A thing during this. Yeah so we started the band in two thousand five six people. You guys were like had records out. And we're fans coming in like recognizing six. And i already had a full length record out towards the solo now. Oh they had a fooling record. At oh i see yes towards the end. People started recognizing me. And i was like Yeah this is kind of weird. But like i'm in this band. We're not making money to the point where i don't have to work at burger king still. That's johnston working at mcdonalds familiar with that. Here's like daniel. Johnston was working at mcdonalds while he had like and he didn't have a phone record record. Industry people have to call the mcdonald's and like get him on the phone talk show. It was like he was like taking meetings at mcdonald's because like he was like pretty much homeless and like nobody knew how to find him otherwise. Yeah like we've always ban has always been in this weird place. Where like we're we're never we're never going to be the biggest fan in the world. Bill like to the people that know our music they like you know. People have really supportive fan base to mow to the average person like they have no clue who we are but like it was there was just enough. Overlap where like yeah people. Were knowing who. I was seeing me working at burger king but i like i very obviously still needed the job. So how many albums deep to those two albums deep. Wow yeah what or maybe the opposite. Welcome to the show. And they're like yo burger king. That's so that's so wild. I mean i don't know a lot of musicians work like you know. Have jobs like even when they you know. You need the ones with the flexible hours because like you can go away for a month and a half now but i would like to come back and still have a job. As we're on music jobs. I went to school for speech therapy and i worked as a speech therapist for a couple of years but then the ban got real busy and in like twenty twenty fourteen. We decided to like go like yet tour full-time Like make this thing and you know just really try to like do the best you can to make some sort of living doing this So yeah it's been Because like the first twenty thirteen. So the i like eight years of the band like we would tour for like during summer summer. Break tour for like two weeks or something We were very much not a full time band at all. Towards i couldn't do 'cause i was sixteen and my mom like you can go. Oh yeah But yeah Yeah two thousand fourteen We were just like yeah. Let's let's have a proper. Go at it and try to try to do it. So i i mean i guess like yeah i mean it's just yeah wild to me the i i'm the what's the i guess it's a i mean you were on a lake. A label right. Yeah we've we've worked a couple different labels The like some. Sometimes that stuff doesn't translate to like you know Making like any sort of reliving you know like It's it's a tough. It's a tough thing like making any money from like art that you produce is like the coolest thing like all you really hope for you do it because you love it harder when like multiple people in a band yeah splitting. It's tough like you know. We've we've been doing it a long time and you have. It has to come from a place where you know that you love doing it because otherwise you you may never get the reward side of it and we only you know in the last couple of years have like finally started to be able to like pay. Pay the bills by touring by putting out music but like record. Sales aren't like you can't live off of them at this point. Unless you're like selling an insane amount but like tour you have to tour if you wanna like make a living at like at the level that we're at and it's and it's tough to do like it it tears apart your social life like it's like this very strange thing you know so So you have to love it You know or else. People don't don't laugh or don't do it. For as long. And if you guys been consistently touring like up to kovin. Yeah we were just like kinda busier than ever leading up to it. And we're about to be are looking year. We're going to put out a record. I was turning thirty. Do all these tours and yeah. It just happened coming. You guys came out pretty strong like i was there last night huge. Yeah it was. It was sweet but being that was two years of sitting around waiting to come out and talk shit on stage in front of other people was december twenty nineteen like. Oh wow removed from it though. You don't have that crowd feedback her interaction. And you're like you know people still will people still care about our band after. This is all over elected. You know it's a long time. You know to be not able to to have that connection like we put out a record earlier this year without being able to play shows or tour so like every other record like you'd put it out and then be able to play some shows and like play the new songs in front of people so we put out this record and you know had this great week of getting people texting us or getting like reviews and whatever else and then like the internet does its thing and focuses on the next week and it's kind of like swallowed up so without playing shows in like seeing that sorta like direct feedback. It was kinda. Like i hope people. You know people are connecting to this because we can't actually see it firsthand rowena in a vacuum. Yeah exactly but last night it so real which was really crazy. Our playing new songs and people aren't just standing there motionless because like that could happen. Yeah they they seemed like they like them. They're going nuts. Fuck damn i wish i was over shows. There is a good show. Yeah yeah that's crazy. I didn't really think about that. Like the putting out a record and kovic to and we did so much other stuff that we probably wouldn't have been able to do like we made four music videos. we had five singles. Which is you would never have that many like just because we needed to stretch out the roll out as long as we could and we had no money so he did all of it essentially ourselves. It's like you need help with You know editing video. I learned that because we had no choice. So it's kind of cool on that way. How old were. How old were you. When the first tigers jaw albums were recorded like sixteen to seventeen like the self titles in two thousand eight right yes probably recorded in in. Oh seven Like we were still in high school and stuff so shit. Yeah yeah and ben senior year. So i get to here. That's crazy. i get to hear seventeen year. Old me my voice from yeah..
"tigers" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Park target field or kauffman stadium question number. Four which streetfighter character doesn't move called. Tiger uppercut number four which streetfighter character doesn't move called tiger uppercut and question number five halfway through this round tigers daniel. Tiger's neighborhood amazon. Which network number five daniel. Tiger's neighborhood is a show that airs on what tv network number five question number six. What sub-species of tiger shares its name with a chronicles of narnia. Character number six subspecies of tiger shares. Its name with a chronicles of narnia character..
"tigers" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host ryan buds. Sorry it's been a minute. Since i posted an episode of that very busy summer here some visitors at the new house and tennessee and all kinds of fun stuff going on activity wise here in the south so i have neglected to post episodes but i am posted a bunch today so if you have missed the show just keep on listening. Make sure you hit subscribe. And you'll get at least five new episodes over the next day or so we've got some real fun ones coming up in. Today's is all about tigers. So if you like those striped creatures if you like the mention of tigers and songs and movies and comics and things you will be a okay. Because that's what we're doing if you have an idea for around that you want me to do in the near future. Drop me a line. Ryan buds at g. Mail dot com a lot of emails. Been coming in lately for requests for different topics and people have been sending me Groups of ten questions to insert into the show and happy to do that always looking for content. So thank you thank you. Thank you for doing that in advance. Excited to get back out to the movie theater in the next week or two widow is out july ninth. Which is today as i'm recording. This and i think we're gonna go see that this weekend. The wife and that'll be kind of cool. I am contemplating getting the. Amc movie passwords twenty bucks a month and you can go see three movies a week. There's not that many movies out right now but there's a lot that are coming out in the next month or two so i figured if i was going to get it this would be the best time to get. 'cause i am the least busy in terms of my work schedule right now to with everybody doing summer activities. So we'll see how that goes but if you saw black widow and you follow me on social media. Dropped me a no spoiler review or some some words of encouragement to go see it. I'm sure it's great. It's marvel it's gotta be awesome. And i still need to catch up on all the marvel shows. I haven't seen wanda vision. I haven't seen falcon winter soldier. And i haven't seen any loki so i'm thinking probably catch up on those as well. I'm sure seeing black widow will kind of re kickstart. my love of all things marvel. We're going to jump into tiger trivia right now. Ten questions on the stripe beasts and things related tigers. Coming your way here. We go tiger trivia question number one which marvel female would tell a hero to go get them tiger number one which marvel female would tell a hero to go get them. Tiger number one number one question number to share con is a tiger. That could be found in what film number to share con is tiger. That can be found in what marvel film number to question. Three is a multiple choice question. Where do the detroit tigers play is at comerica park. Target field or kauffman stadium number three. Where do the detroit tigers play. Comerica.
"tigers" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
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