17 Burst results for "Tom Glavin"

"tom glavine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:42 min | 1 hr ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Much. Senti must be driving the liberals crazy, but Are, you know, even here in Oklahoma, you know, and the Tornado Alley. We are temperatures. We've had a very proud cooler than average of spring. Actually, the last two springs and so we've had very few. Tornadoes, in fact, where the heat wave's arm or common or uncommon today than 60 years ago or 90 years ago, the terrible fires in California in Australian 2020. Was one of the least active global fire records on in record that right now there's fewer tornadoes. There's fewer hurricanes and right now in Cincinnati is cold and wet. Spend that way the entire year, including a snowfall about a week ago. Of course, when these events transpired, Danny that's also evidence of global warming. The earth is cooled. I'm sorry. The Earth has gotten warmed by about 1.5 degrees, and the last 125 years 1.5 degrees, and that's no big deal. There's less fires. There's less tornadoes. There's less hurricanes. It's cooler, but that's not evidence of anything. They the media waits until this or tornado or a fire or hurricane that fits their agenda. If it doesn't fit, it's not reported. Please continue. Yes, sir. Well, you know, even like the ice age the liberals they never get around to explaining how long before industrial revolution came along here on Earth. In modern times. How did we go from my A A nice age to where we are today? But you know, as far as, uh you know temperatures, you know, increasing since the ice age, but I mostly wanted Tonto. I want to congratulate. Smiling on his no hitter and Cincinnati Wade Miley. I watched the game he threw five pitches at 90 Miles an hour, he threw 114 pitches. 109 pitches were less than 90 miles an hour. He was thrown 73 85. He kind of looked like Tom Glavine. I mean, it showed once again. You don't have to throw 95 through a brick wall. He moved it in. Moved it out a little bit of a cutter. He used to fastball high at the slider download. Wade. Miley showed us you don't have to throw 95 miles an hour. And I did a great job with Danny. We gotta go. Thank you for your call. Let's go to Hilarion and the great state of Florida. Larry in Florida, then Diane. Larry, Welcome to the Bill Cunningham shown Larry Go ahead..

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"tom glavine" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The ballpark waited 25 south down at least part of it. So delays starting Stack up there back towards South Cobb. Dr. Triple team traffic. 95.5 WSB Atlanta radios only five day forecast. Here's WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish. A little taste of April weather here. Yeah, but normally warm again tomorrow, then a front brings rain and much cooler temperatures Friday. The weekend right now looking mortgage writhe and Web and warm again for tonight Clear Loew's 45 to 49 tomorrow, a mix of sun and clouds High 72 Loew's 42 to 47. Friday. Rain 80% likely and colder highs. 49 to 55 Low 46 Saturday Mostly cloudy, high 73 low 59. Exclusive five day forecast Sunday and Monday. A 30% chance of a thundershower Sunday 60% likely Monday Sunday High 76 Low 58 Monday High 64 low 47 And 66 degrees on Peachtree Street. Coming up to 6 39. I'm Chris Chandler 95.5 wsb Atlanta's news and talk. Hey, this is Tom Glavine. And you're listening to the Mark Arab Show second. I reckon I've got 6 39 21 in front of 7 67 glorious degrees on Peachtree Street. Enjoy this weather and a tip of the hat to Kirk Mellish. Let's go back to the 24 hour Traffic center and Alex swims of a can for a second. Alex. Do we need something to pick up Russian Gainesville off the hollow wall to 85 ramp.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Fans and Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off in 1959, where future pro Football Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown runs for five touchdowns in the Cleveland Browns. 38 31 win over the Baltimore Colts at Memorial Stadium jumping ahead this week in 1981 Darrell Waltrip wins his fourth straight. NASCAR Cup race, the American 500 North Carolina Motor Speedway. He ties Richard Petty's record from 1967 with his 12th win of the season and he goes on to win the Winston Cup crowns Like Thiss Week in 1995. The Braves win their first World Series since moving to Atlanta with a one Nothing win over Cleveland in Game six. Tom Glavine and Mark Wohlers combined on a one hitter David Justice homered in the sixth inning, Thiss Week in 2000 to Emmitt Smith breaks the NFL career rushing yardage record held by the late Walter Payton on an 11 yard run in the fourth quarter. Smith has 109 yards and a touchdown in Dallas, 17 to 14 loss to Seattle and ends the game with 16,743 career yards. 17 more than Peyton Game, He is still number one on the list. On this week in 2013. Matthew Stafford's one yard lunge over a pile of Lyman with 12 seconds left and Calvin Johnson's 329 yards receiving Lift the Detroit Lions to a 31 30 comeback win over the Cowboys. It's the second best day a receiver has ever had in NFL history on that's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to talk about pushing through hard times. You know, I meet a lot of people that are going through ups and downs, and I just want people happy. You know, when you see people that are there in this world where they're in a vicious cycle off kind of despair all the time and you talk to him, And there's always these moments of drama. It almost becomes a habit of being Kind of discombobulated. You know, I want people to wake up in the morning trying to get back to be unhappy and what makes you smile and what gets you through this tough.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So I was just blown away by that. Tom Glavine comment that you said talked about earlier with no testing here. This this MLB situation in such a debacle. It's Joe's terribly on the organization. And personally, I'm in the Kobe testing business. Atlanta They're the only reason I called, you know, but this has just been such an atrocious thing. And I think that is such a screw up on the lbs part. Especially considering that they got a you know, inconclusive tests on Monday, they said. Why this game, even play? Why they let this happen? Well, here's my understanding of it, and I've heard two different stories. Austin and I'm a little bit curious on what you mean by when you're involved in the covert testing world. So you could explain that in just a second, But my understanding of this was that the test from Tuesday maybe you know a little bit better than they are to be the test for Monday. Came back on Tuesday in the second inning and that one report sitting conclusive, one report said That was a positive so he didn't get pulled into the eight. So you wonder what the timeline is there from 2 to 8, maybe. I would assume that it was inconclusive or if it is positive, then it's just a mess up on the MLB. But then the way that I understood it is then the expedited the test that was taken. I guess the day off, which would have been yesterday on Tuesday, and then that one came back positive, and that's what forced them to pull him off the field. Yeah. I mean, I heard definitely I heard that I was going based off that inconclusive result there. But my question is this. You know how you do not have a negative test going into the game. How did that result? Come back during the well, when you say that you're involved in covert testing. How quickly do these tests get turned around when you have a big client like Major League Baseball? I mean, they get it done and, you know, 24 hours minimum. So So this game starts at four. Why do they not have a result at exactly four o'clock? How they not test on Monday and forget the result in by Tuesday at four and If they don't have that conclusive results. How did they let the game go on? Because this is the situation we're dealing with. I mean, the Dodgers manager can't divide that someone who's greatly at risk, and now you've got Justin Turner kissing the trophy. Yeah, that you bring up. You bring up a great point, Austin and I appreciate the inside and the phone call. I'm gonna be honest with you all the testing protocols and Connor we hit on this earlier. Right? I was stunned last night when you found out and trust me. I'm not a point anymore. When someone test positive for Kovar, right go. Oh, my goodness. Gracious. Shut everything down. I can't believe that this is happening. But I'm at a point where last night where you just expect positive test to a current baseball got in a good stretcher looked like they were going to finish. And when Turner leaves the game last night, I thought he pulled a hammy had a tweak in the shoulder. Something along those lines. I was never thinking covert because You had an off day. You play Game five on Sunday, then on Game five. Which was on Tuesday. There was an off day in between. You would have thought. For example, you wake up in the NFL on Sunday and you get that tweet from Rappaport Schefter. Here's a tested positive. Here's who tested negative rates and all clear all go. This one was put in the Cova list. There's still gonna play. Rapid testing showed that no one else has it. So I was under the impression that Especially with that ofthe day that everyone's taking the field and they were negative. I think what may have happened is when they got the inconclusive test on Monday. I think they might have gotten inconclusive tests in the past. For whatever reason. Maybe there's a clerical error. And I think a lot of them if not all of them came back negative after the facts. I'm guessing they all just assumed because it was inconclusive. Well, most of these inconclusive just wind up being negatives, and I think they were probably stunned on Tuesday when it actually came back positive, and that's why they didn't even get the test before the game. They probably just assumed, okay. Most of these inconclusive Come back as negatives because inconclusive Khun B for a variety of reasons, so we'll just let them play 95% chance. It's a negative anyway and then it came back positive, which was a disaster for them. Because then they had to go reach out to Dave Roberts and the Dodgers and say, We've got to pull this guy off the field right now. So here's where I'm confused. This was the tweet from passing last night and maybe I'm missing something here. So let's talk this out. Passing last night, and this was at 12. This was right at midnight. He tweeted out in the second inning tonight the lab doing covert tests and form MLB that Justin Turner's tests from yesterday. Came back inconclusive, so he got tested. On what would have been Monday and they didn't get that result back until the second inning is what is what passing saying, right? It sounds that way that I saw there was no ink the inconclusive test. They didn't know that on Monday, right? I thought I read that. He got the inconclusive tests on Monday and then God retested on Tuesday because it was inconclusive on Monday. So this is the whole tweet. I'm gonna go through this. In the second inning tonight. The lab doing covert testing for memo be that Justin Turner's tests from yesterday came back inconclusive. The samples from today had just arrived. Emma run it showed up positive. The league immediately called the Dodgers and said to polled Turner from the game. So if let's just say they knew on Monday it was inconclusive. You can't put him on the field. I mean, it sounds like they only got the.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:24 min | 6 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Coast to coast on CBS boards Radio celebrating a Dodgers championship as they did close out a bizarre baseball season last night. Taken down the raise in six games will cover the Dodgers angle from it right now also touch on Justin Turner Contracting Cove it finding out that he tested positive during the game and then clearly the crazy decision, which is normal now in the year of 2020 to pull a starter, even though that starter was cruising, We'll hide out to the hotline right now. Welcome. And that 25 years ago not only won a world Siri's championship but also a World Series MVP in a game 6 25 years ago eight innings, pitched a one hit and eight strikeouts. And after seeing last night, I don't even know if he was pitching in today's game if he would have even got toe eight innings in two games of a world, Siri's And that is the Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine. Kind enough to give us a few minutes on CBS Sports Radio Tom You ever think about that? Probably if you were pitching in today's game, you may still be a World Series champion, but they don't want you going endings in that game six. You're not a World Series MVP ya you know, I think there are a few times where I've watched some some playoff games and I think I might have had a fight with my manager on the mound at that given moment, but You know, that's the way the game is nowadays. Ah, you know, I don't necessarily agree with it. I think a lot of people I don't necessarily agree with it. But you know, I have to quote a two up and used phrase. It is what it is, Um, you know, and I think players in today's game. Have come to, I guess expected Um, I don't know if they necessarily like it either, but it's certainly become a become in a much more expected an accepted part of the game. Not only is it frustrating Tom that they pulled Blake Snell when he was dealing and they pull him after 82 pitches. He goes five and a third and he only allowed his second hit of the game. But basically that decision cost them the game because Even Mookie Betts said afterwards. It gave us some hope. Like the Rays made that decision all we don't want to see a smell. Go three times around. In the order up against bats up against Seeger. The Dodgers were doing cart wheels when they made that decision to give smell the hook. No. Look, I mean again. It's it's It's a different game, right and I struggle with it. Um, and it's because I hear that all the time to wear well, A guy can't go through the lineup for the third time or a guy can't get a hit her out. Three times the same way in the game. Well, why can't you if you're making your pitches? Then why can't you get guys out and I think that's where Too often, the the eye test and the gut tests. Gets pushed aside. For what has become the quote unquote book in today's game, which is analytics. You know when I played obviously Manager manage the game based on is his ice chest and on his gut and he was going to let things on the field dictate moves that he was going to make, particularly when it came to his pictures. And when he managed by the quote unquote book, it was OK late in the game, and here comes a left handed hitter. This a good spot to bring in my left handed specialty guy or hey, my starter's given me seven. Now I'm going to turn it over to the setup guy and then ultimately the closer runner on second, nobody out. I'm gonna play by the book. We're going to bunt. That guy over. We're going to play for a run. Those those were the things that were dictated by that so called book In today's game, the book has become analytics. And I think because of analytics For the most part, it takes. It answers the question in so many instances for managers as to why they made a move. And and I think every once in a while it's gonna backfire, and you can argue that last night it backfired. And look, it's hard to Started argued too much. With what Kevin casted this year and what he's done for the last couple years. Quite frankly, he's done a phenomenal job with that team in a limited budget having to be creative. Ah, you know, last year, probably the best team in baseball that nobody knew about, you know, having having to use an opener and do all the things that he had to do based on roster construction, So it's hard to argue with too much and he's done. Again. I don't know the ins and outs of last night and what was going on with snow? Maybe he had something going on. Maybe he didn't. But if the analytic the analytical answer, Wass I didn't want him to go through the lineup again. Well, why not? You know the way he was throwing the ball? There was no reason not to and and I think more times than not That What ends up happening is exactly what Mookie Betts said. Which was you have a team on the other side that knows this guy's dealing. They're not getting much going on offensively. And now all of a sudden you take him out of the game. I don't care who they bring through that bullpen door. That team on the other side who has got nothing going on offensively against that guy that they just took out is saying Thank you. Anybody's better than the guy that's on the mound right now. And there is a psychological live last night are sometimes and I think you saw it last night. Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine here with US the 1995 World Series MVP on the Zach Gelb Show on CBS Sports Radio. I get why people stick to the analytics in the regular season. Why don't Yu think Because it's not just cash, Let's be real. It's the front office, calling the shots to why doesn't the front office and cash have a little bit more of an open mind? I know the analytics got them to the world. Siri's But that's an elimination game last night like it's mind boggling to me how managers in front offices. They keep living and dying by the analytics, and they're not at all willing to trust their gut. All it seems like Yeah, I don't. I don't know. I don't know. Like I said, it's one of those things in the game today that you know I don't want to sign sound like a curmudgeon e fuddy duddy, you know, old timer guide, but But you're really wanted, but it's one of the things in today's game that I think a lot of people struggle with because you know again back in back in my day and really, and not too far along ago. You would have put yourself in a position to say You know what? This is Elimination game. My horse is on the mound. He's dealing and I'm going to ride this thing with him As long as I can. I'm gonna win or lose with my horse. That doesn't seem to happen anymore, you know, or at least it doesn't happen a lot, and that's unfortunate because I do think You know? Look, I'm not I'm not one of these guys says there is not a place for analytics in the game. Information is a good thing, but I think where analytics become a problem is when you go all in on the analytics. People, I think sometimes would lead you to believe with the analytics that there's no everything's black and white. The numbers say what they say. And here's what's gonna happen. Well, guess what? That's not how baseball works. You know, there's baseball is not black and white. There's a lot of great area in between. And you know the problem with Going to the bullpen as Muchas teams go to the bullpen. Now, the more you open that door.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on KTOK

"Lawsuit dot us. Looking back at the world of sports. It's the I Heart radio weekend. Sports Time capsule. What's going on fellow sports fans in Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off in 1959, where future pro Football Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown runs for five touchdowns in the Cleveland Browns. 38 31 win over the Baltimore Colts at Memorial Stadium jumping ahead this week in 1981 Darrell Waltrip wins his fourth straight NASCAR Race the American 500 North Carolina Motor Speedway. He ties Richard Petty's record from 1967 with his 12th win of the season and he goes on to win the Winston Cup crowns Like Thiss Week in 1995. The Braves win their first World Series since moving to Atlanta with a one Nothing win over Cleveland in Game six. Tom Glavine and Mark Wohlers combined on a one hitter David Justice homered in the sixth inning, Thiss Week in 2000 to Emmitt Smith breaks the NFL career. Gnashing yard. It's record held by the late Walter Payton on an 11 yard run in the fourth quarter. Smith has 109 yards and a touchdown in Dallas, 17 to 14 loss to Seattle and ends the game with 16,743 career yards. 17 more than Peyton Game, He is still number one on the list. On this week in 2013, Matthew Stafford's one yard lunge over a pile of Lyman with 12 seconds left and Calvin Johnson's 329 yards receiving Lift the Detroit.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"What's going on fellow sports fans in Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off in 1959 were future Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown runs for five touchdowns in the Cleveland Browns 38 31 win over the Baltimore Colts at Memorial Stadium. Jumping ahead this week in 1981 Darrell Waltrip wins his fourth straight NASCAR Cup race, the American 500 North Carolina Motor Speedway. He ties Richard Petty's record from 1967 with his 12th win of the season and he goes on to win the Winston Cup crown Like Thiss Week in 1995, the Braves win their first World Series since moving to Atlanta with a one Nothing win over Cleveland in Game six. Tom Glavine and Mark Wohlers combined on a one hitter, David Justice homered in the sixth inning, Thiss Week in 2000 to Emmitt Smith breaks the NFL career rushing yardage record held by the late Walter Payton on an 11 yard run in the fourth quarter. Smith has 109 yards and a touchdown in Dallas, 17 to 14 loss to Seattle and ends the game with 16,743 career yards. 17 more than Peyton Game, He is still number one on the list. On this week in 2013, Matthew Stafford's one yard lunge over a pile of Lyman. L've seconds left and Calvin Johnson's 329 yards receiving lift the Detroit Lions to a 31 30 comeback win over the Cowboys. It's the second best day a receiver has ever had in NFL history on that's just some of what happened this weekend Sports history the weekend sports Time capsule on my heart radio. Wait. News Radio time is 1 31 our top story. Denver's level three Safer At Home restrictions are another gut punch to the restaurant industry, according to the owner of the Blake Street Tavern to go through this for five months to do all the right things. Follow all the right protocols. You hear from the mayor yet today that we have done all the right things. And then for us to go pack bridges. It's just devastating to our industry. Crisp easily says large restaurants like his will do better be better off than the small ones that don't have the option to do outdoor dining. Zeta is now a Category two hurricane is currently about 155 miles south southwest of New Orleans. And it's moving to the north northeast at 20 miles an hour. Hurricane Zeta is expected to make landfall in southeastern Louisiana this afternoon. Denver water's increasing water rates starting the first of this year, water rates will go up for most residents by less than 70 cents a month. Never water officials say the money is going to be used for the lead reduction program. Our next news updates at two o'clock I'm Susan Witkin on cable news radio, a 50 A M and 90 for one of them Things. Check on traffic with Rick Morgan from the bed for a sports traffic center in great shape on the highway drive across town right now, back up Speed and 25 across downtown with those Latest problem that Colfax cleared out of the way much wide open from north Point of the tech center to 25 in good shape. Now, with that crash at Colfax out of the way they're North found was onto 70 still slow across Commerce ity usual spot on the West Side that earlier crash Kipling in 32nd cleared and in the Gap project that North bound crash at Toma Road That's been cleared out of the way.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:32 min | 9 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You know what? He usually walks that way. So we've seen through the don't know this guy. This guy was a failed analyst and barely made Tripoli for the Mets. A major birthday. He's random. He isn't going to be. Oh, it's Tim Tebow, everybody. He's actually really good on the SEC network. He's good. He is pretty good actually is, Um, now I see what he's married. Yeah, waiting. Yeah. Enjoy your weekend. Tell Landon Turner we say hi. Eyes any of Wisconsin basketball player that way. Got the Indiana Oh, By the way, guys, I don't know There's a big birthday today. Mark. Hold on. Wait. You missed one. Always a big birthday. Hold on. Mr. He's this big one in 1980 40 was drafted in the 30th thrown by the Kings. He's celebrating a birthday today. Oh, it's Tom Glavine, who won 300 games in a couple of words. It's like that's the way if you're celebrating Tom Glavine birthday working on just a little market, just want O. He was drafted in the 30th round by the Kings. Random. I wonder who it could be Tom Glavine. Last time we see murder this time of the day, she's so Ma touchdowns as a sophomore Bayern Munich. He's by far Iron Munich Up to one thing over is going to cash it for half time. Oh, school by even Paris Itch. Even parents cracker right there, isn't it? Don't call shot that whole cracker. This'll Move two on the move. China light left foot. Oh, he doesn't touch that. That doesn't go in glorious goal that Paris is all right. I think this cross talk in honor of crosstalk. Had everything we've gone late. We've dumped your co We've made fun of Merkin and we've done some would play by play of a soccer game. That very few watching for us. It was a lot of people are watching it. This could have been already score around the world. It's probably being modern guys on Twitter watching on the chat, gamble. Are we gonna watch hockey or soccer? From this point? We're going to watch. No, we gotta watch. Come on. I got it. I got a bed in here. But once it goes final way kick, it could have been the greatest cross talk ever Wait. Go out with the bank guys away goals. Guys away. Goals is important here, so I think my sadness is manifesting itself in an upset stomach. All right. Well, I guess I'm doing the next segment by myself. My side hurts on laughing. Seriously. It's appendicitis. Is it on your right side? No, it's my loves those egos in pain. Tio merch. Madhi had that tear that disappointed. Look on his face when he left, he he's like I played minor league baseball for the Mets and was a failed NFL quarterback like Wait. I mean, He also had three tackles on defense when one year using is so special, Hey, had what 53 touchdowns once he had 23 as a soft Maria, 23 rushing and 32 passing for 55 touchdown touchdown. He's easily one of the top 10 college football players of all time close. It's not even depends. A sophomore That was his sophomore season. It's really won two national champion Billy says. This is well this man played in the Chicago White Sox minor league system. Happy Birthday, Michael Jordan Way call that pull them early and played games for the burning him. Parents right now Tyler is telling us to break break tells us to break have have a good weekend, guys called Olive Thomas's office Abdullah Glass because he's Good luck. We're on our own today. Just upset. We can't play Yankee Doodle Dandy Baseball season. Chris and I have to wait till next baseball weight to the Yankees Come back next year. Okay. Good luck. Good luck with black on the new show. Talk to next week's alright, fellas. Lot on Sylvia or next that the new lineup starts on Monday. Don't forget 7 a.m. I'm crying. It's going to be a Captain Hood and then your can. I'll start attending greenies new show A lot of Sylvia and black. That's the new line up. Everybody have a great weekend. See on Monday. Don't let the door hit you where the good Lord split state think that cool people like I don't think that's whack. I think that's told.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. August 5th will start today in 1973 where Atlanta Braves pitcher Phil Niekro No hits the San Diego Padres nine to nothing. It's the first no hitter. For the franchise in Atlanta, jumping ahead today in 2001 down a dozen runs to the best team in baseball, who were the Mariners Cleveland Indians pull off the largest comeback in Major league baseball history. The Indian scored three and the 74 in the eighth and five in the ninth. To send it to extra innings. Then in the 11th Holberg Cabrera base hit won it for the Indians. And today in 2007 Atlanta Braves pitcher Tom Glavine becomes on Ly the 23rd pitcher in major league baseball history to reach the 300 win milestone is the Braves beat the Cubs 8 to 3. Now, you know today in sports history on I Heart Radio voices, you trust video. Neil The KFBK Afternoon News on News, 93.1. Kfbk thatwas so great to talk to you. I'm a long time with their and I've never called you before. But, boy after your hearing your story tonight I had to call and see if I could get through. And you feel like a long lost brother because you connect well, music level with me so much. And so I'm so many other levels as well. Really appreciated your whole crew. You guys are fantastic. I've never been compelled to Colorado show before. Until now. This is Mick Jones, a foreigner and you're listening to the patron walks with the river city's original anyway. Come on. Back 55 will show you 93.1 k k 15. 30 on your AM dial. A cz that was mentioning, you know to the Trump soundbites. They're Joo's mites just kind of goofing around with that. Hey, you know what Accidents happen.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

16:02 min | 1 year ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"You don't talk smack about anybody you don't you don't throw any bulletin board fodder out there you show up you do your job you go home and it was a great formula and it was a great routine and now all of a sudden you have somebody that does something to where now. You're spending an awful lot of time having to have conversations that have nothing to do with what you're doing on the field and and what your team is doing it's era it's about all. This periphery ancillary stuff. It it's aggravating. You know guys. Don't WanNa talk about other teammates in. What other teammates are doing? That has caused some sort of controversy with that last thing. That guys WANNA do. So when you're spending time every city you go into having to answer questions about that. Sports illustrated article. And what was said and did he mean it and wants to like I mean. That's you know. Nobody wants to do that. So I mean sure it got frustrating and it got aggravating and and guys were pissed off about it and You know I remember. It wasn't too long not even been the first weekend of the series where we were in. La Rockers saved the game and we came off the field and somebody threw something they hit. Kevin Millwood in the head at that point in time. I said I'm not going out on the field anymore when he saves the game. I'm not doing I'm not. I'm not going to put myself in that position. So you know it was the kind of thing like I say that as as an athlete in on a team that was relatively controversial free for so many years with all the success we had. It was definitely You know a wrench in things that after a while just got tiresome to deal with and and we didn't deal with it. What were the gambling stakes? When you and smoltz in. Mathematics would play golf. They got out of hand. Sometimes I mean you know a lot of times it would be me and Greg Best Ball against John so And it was always we would start out with you. Know whatever that was twenty dollars a whole And the rule was always You know if you get down to. It's an automatic press. Or if you get pissed you can press And inevitably have. John lost the first of all he would press So we would have times where the back got up. Pretty High Improbably stupid sometimes. But you know one of the funny was remember. We were playing And you know again the two down automatic brass or you can press when you're pissed and Greg and I were. Were winning the match and something happened. On a whole. I don't know exactly what it was but something happened. Greg pissed so we went to the next tee box And Greg and I like. I said we're winning the bet and he turns to. John says we're pressing and John said Greg you can't press you. Guys are winning and Greg told John. You said you said we could press when we're pissed and pissed about what just happened so impressing you bet so you know again we. I was kind of the panthers would have gone back and forth so it was. You know there were times where I would get a little concern because you know you might hit a ball a little bit off the fairway and it might be sitting on a route or it might be sitting on something where you're thinking mad. I really don't want to have somebody break a wrist or whatever but if you're losing your bet and sponsor your balls on route to bad you gotta play it so you know there. There were times where I thought you know. This is getting a little bit out of hand. When I'm more concerned about trying to get my buddy back then I am not somebody getting. Somebody's GonNa get hurt but it was a ton of fun. Five figures are six figures on the betting No six figure I wouldn't do that. I'm I work too hard for what I had to. I wasn't going to give it away on the golf course enough. So when you think of the most talented team mate you ever had Who Do you look at just talent? I'm not talking about savvy or expertise or being great at what they do. I'm talking about just someone you looked at and said the talent of this person is stupefied. I think schmaltzy would certainly be one of them because there weren't many things that he couldn't do great pitcher Great Golfer. Great Basketball Player about the only thing I saw him. Not very good at was when I when we put goalie equipment on one day in the Locker Room. I was taking shots at wasn't very good at that but there wasn't much the heat couldn't do. I think of a guy like Andrew Jones tremendous athlete to me. He's one of those guys that and I struggled with it sometimes in today's game because I think there are times in today's game where we have really good baseball players but not necessarily good athletes. Because we we're we're in a world now where everybody plays one sport from ten years old so they don't have that diversity. We all had growing up and I look at a guy like Andrew Jones who could just run like the wind that made it look easy. Made it look effortless and you know just was fun. Gracefulness about him about how he played the game and and and I know he was a good athlete with other things. So you know those guys got away. Every was a hell of an athlete. There was much you couldn't do either. But Tom the EGO on small to think that he could be a goaltender and hockey against you. Who is like a very accomplished hockey player? I know but that was beauty of smells like I said there there. There isn't anything he doesn't think he can do particularly if you challenge him to it so That's what made him fun and I'll be honest. I think it's a big part of what made him successful as pitcher because he was not afraid of failure. If you challenge them to do something he was GonNa do it. I mean aren't too many other guys that I know that Can you know throw ninety plus with a slider an or call from Hell and then when his elbow hurts decide he's GonNa throw knuckle balls in can actually do it and be successful at it? Do you like baseball now. I don't dislike it. I love the way the game is like I said I. I think we there are times where where I watched the game and I get a little frustrated with it. From the standpoint of you know guys are bigger faster stronger. But I'm not. I'm I'm not convinced. The game is played any better Not a big fan of the the three outcome at that I think a lot of the intricacies of the game have been lost in today's game with the strikeouts in the home runs So do I do. I not enjoy watching a good ballgame. Sure of course I do. Are there a lot of nights where I get tired of watching? The style of game is being played quite absolutely. I do I get particularly frustrated with the amount of guys that go out on the mound that I perceive us. Throwers and not pitchers You know I love watching Jake degrom. I love watching. You know a ver land. I love watching guys that can go out there and actually you know yeah those guys throw hard but they actually can locate pitches and change speeds and do all those things and I love watching those guys. I I just. I really hate watching. The Guy who throws ninety five is done in the fifth inning if he's lucky won't throw a fastball when he's behind in the cow I I just don't like that style that you see on an awful lot of. Do you know some of the hockey players the great hockey players that you were drafted ahead of you know some of the names involved I I will tell you that every chance. I get that I run into Brett whole. I remind him that I was drafted ahead of him. So That much I know I know there are a couple of other ones. I mean I've run into Lou GROZA tie from time to time at at the fact that I got drafted ahead of him. But you know that's that's kind of what I like to say. Is You know clearly. I got drafted ahead of those two guys and they were hall of Famer so I would have been a hall of Famer in Hockey of course But I don't really believe that. What are you prouder of Two CY youngs or four silver slugger who man. Well I'll say this the silver sluggers Were Fun because they they gave me They gave me something to talk smack about with Greg and John So that was good. Oh you got something else. Though you got something else for a dynasty that ultimately ends up being just slightly disappointing because of how great you were you were the world series. Mvp on the one you won. Neither one of those guys were. This is true but I don't I don't it's way more fun throwing the silver sluggers in John's face. I can promise you that Than than anything else. But look I mean. The young awards obviously are indicative of What I did for a living what my job was. And you know what you have A great year and you get rewarded for it with a CY young award. I mean that you know. Obviously that's the ultimate Aside from winning a championship which you know obviously is the pinnacle and you get to celebrate and do all that with your team in terms of you know my job. There's a pitcher. The ultimate honor is. Hey Your cy young award winner so I mean it's something to hear extremely proud of But like I said I talked. I talked more smack with John and Greg about my silver sluggers. 'cause I can't talk to Mike on Cy Young Award with Greg. He's he's got like this may well. What's the most prominent display in the trophy room? Like where is the stuff that represents I would say it's It's equal Equal prominence between my. Mvp Trophy at my two. Cy Young Awards. Can you explain to us? What your best pitching performance was and what you remember about that pitching performance. What you believe was your greatest day or night on amount. There were a couple but they don't they don't compare. Obviously I threw two SHUTOUTS IN DENVER Which is a an achievement in and of itself. I couldn't tell you the details of that so much other than I know one of them. I had to go through the Blake. Street bombers Larry Walker and Shit and Benny Koso- to be able to do that against that lineup. In Denver is something that I think was Kinda pretty cool but obviously the ninety five world series game. I mean I can. I can't sit here and tell you pitch by pitch but I obviously remember a lot of the details about that game and I remember being locked in that game and knowing after the first inning but not not necessarily I was going to go out there and throw you know one hit shutout through eight innings but I knew I knew I was good that night I knew I had my stuff And it was just a matter of of going out there and and utilizing it over the course of the game which fortunately I did so You know given the circumstances in the magnitude of that game. Obviously that would be. That would be the best game but my career. Would you like a chance to as someone who was never controversial.

"tom glavine" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

13:00 min | 1 year ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"On the bus yellow? Where smoke where were you was on? I more he's he did what he said he was too. What do you remember about that time? I remember well I remember that specifically where he he hit two home runs off them and And and I can't quite remember it stemmed from the conversation That we were having at the All Star game. 'cause it was. It was the year that we got Freddie McGregor And there was a conversation on the boss at the All Star game and Berry coming on. You know basically like hey boys. It's too little too late. You're not catching us. Because they had a pretty good lead on us at that point in time So I think that may have been part of that conversation and part of what led to Talk about You Know Berry hit and a couple of home runs off but you know it was fun. Those those two guys had that kind of relationship where they they kind of went at one another Had some fun with each other but you know obviously had a ton of respect for each other. Did you think it was funny? When Barry Bonds came onto the bus there. Did you think it was disrespectful? you know. I think it's you know certain guys can get away with that I think in various case he was one of those guys. Get Away with it. Because I think you know if you know burying you played against Berry You know he's a tremendous competitor. But at the same time he likes to have fun and you know I think In his case coming on the bus doing that and certainly his stature in the game He can get away with that. You don't look at it as disrespectful. I mean he might for a second say you know what the heck this guy doing what what's going on here but And then you kind of just dismiss it and you go with it whereas you know somebody with a little less clout And in a little different You know maybe Outlook on on him as an individual couldn't get away with that. So you're a lefty If I say you who would you rather face? You GotTa pick one of these Barry Bonds as a lefty or Gary Sheffield. I imagine that Gary Sheffield would be the one that you'd WanNa face less than that but maybe I'm wrong. What would you say I mean you know neither one of those guys really? If they're on their game I mean I was always of all the guys that I face and you know everybody always asks you a WHO. Who are you most afraid? I wasn't afraid of anybody. I mean you respect guys and obviously Guys at certain stages or during the season or whatever they are hotter they're cold. Whatever present different challenges but I think the one guy. I always said that scared me in terms of hitting a line drive back at me was Gary Sheffield. There was something different about how the ball came off his bat when he hit it and it was a different sound to it and I was always fearful that if he hit one back at the I wasn't going to have time to get out of the way so That that was always something that was on my mind with him. Now facing those guys who would ratify rather face Gary simple because as everybody knows lefty on lefty my change up wasn't as big a weapon for me as it was against righties. I mean my change was was my money pitch so I felt like I had more options against righties Than I did let these. Just because that that change was neutralized a little bit more so I I probably I probably would side with Gary but you know certainly not As disrespect to one guy's talent level over the other it has everything to do with me and my repetoire. What pitching staff throughout history do you look at and say that staff was better than our staff or that you know the starting staff That's a good question You know obviously the one that we get compared to so often was orioles staff In in you know those guys obviously were great and and I. I watched a lot of those guys when I was a kid I'm sure there are others. I mean you know there have been discussions in today's game. And and you know the mets stop always comes up And I've heard smokey Say at times that you know the mets staff is more talented than we were and I know he gets Greek for that but I know what he needs. I mean you know you look around at today's game and you take a staff like the mets and yeah I mean every one of those guys has better stuff that I did Every one of them has better stuff than than Greg did Arguably John had the kind of stuff that a lot of those guys have but then it gets down to the pitching side of it and you know stuff is one thing By being able to go out there and utilize your stuff And actually you know. Translate that in the winds is a different story. And and you know. I think that's something that you know. Clearly that met staff has had trouble doing over the years. I mean every year you look the medicine you look at those guys and you think okay you know there's a team that's going to be reckoned with and then somewhere along the line guys get hurt and it and it kind of falls apart but it's hard really to look at too many staffs that have had the longevity and the success that we had. I mean certainly. You could look at Oakland to for a short period of time when they had Zito Hudson and Moulder That was a pretty formidable threesome. But I I guess where we separate ourselves from a lot of people Or a Lotta great staffs over. The year was our ability to be able to do it for a long period of time together. Which for a number of reasons just doesn't happen very often. We were fortunate that it did. It's crazy that you had a guy on your own staff who was more accurate throwing a baseball than you were. It's nuts When it comes to Greg Maddux how would you explain to the layman in terms that we can understand how accurate he was? It's hard to explain. I mean if you if you delve into his numbers And you see his strikeout-to-walk ratio. You see you know a number of years in there. Where how how few guys he walked you look over the course of the career and how few guys he actually went to three balls on. I mean it's really remarkable when you start to dive into his numbers but I can just tell you having been his teammate. I think the most remarkable thing about him during the time that I play with him was his consistency. I mean he's just again. I speak for my own experience. You know you go out there and you pitch enough games during the course of the year you're GonNa have five or six stinkers where it just doesn't go your way you give up some runs you get taken out of the game early and it's just not your night. I don't WanNa say I'd never saw greg that do that but it was very seldom particularly that that run where he wanted cy young consecutive years. If he went out there and went seven innings gave up two runs. It was a bad game and it was just remarkable to watch how consistent he was in that regard night in and night out and then when you watch him pitch. I mean it really. It really was a lesson in Artistry. I mean He. He threw the ball where he wants. One or two each pitch. Set up the next pitch. You know his misses. Were just really good. Mrs Where you know very seldom did he miss over the plate. You know as Mrs were always out of the strike zone. Where if he did miss or hitter couldn't do much with it so you know it's the kind of thing that if you were to turn on the TV and watch him. You would not be heard by anything that he did other than at the end of the game. You'd go. Oh my God. He just threw his shadow And you know that that to me was just to watch when you say each pitch. Set up the next pitch. Can you tell one of the mythological stories about him and his genius? I've heard many of them. You guys when you were on with us together. Smoltz Glavin and Maddox. You said that the story is not exactly true. That two pitches before a screaming. Foul Ball was hit into your dugout. Greg Maddox said the way that this is setting up here. There's going to be a screaming foul ball into the dugout. What's a story that you could tell the sort of explain that he was a little bit of head of even the greatest of the great well? There's another story which I'm not privy to the conversation. I am privy to the results. I think it's true but I remember. We were playing Montreal and Vlad Guerrero was coming up and it was a situation where it had an open base and bobby went out to talk to greg about what he wanted to do. And I think bobby kind of had his mind up that you know. He wanted to walk. Vlad and move on to the next guy and and Greg had a conversation with him and he said Bobby No. Here's what I'm GONNA do. What he he's GonNa pop up to third base and I'll be damned if he didn't pop up to third base so you know that's Kinda you know now now some of those stories. I don't know how how many of them are true. Because there there are a lot of great stories out there and there were a lot of times where we would. We would go to Greg into saying something that was a little bit far fetched just to see if the media would would run with it and I'll be damned. If a lot of times. They did run with it And then we would just kind of laugh about it after knowing knowing that he just made something up but that was the respect he had rightly so as a as a very smart tactician out there on the mound and be truthful with you early in my career. Obviously you go through phases but you know the first few years of my career were up and down. I was trying to find myself and do some things. And you know ultimately found my change up and got comfortable with that and and took off in nineteen ninety-one and and really. I didn't think a whole lot about what I was doing. Those ninety one ninety two ninety three before we got greg. I kind of went about my game plan and I didn't really pay attention to what hitters were doing or how they were reacting to certain bitches and you know it really wasn't it so we've got greg and I started sitting down on the bench with him and watching games and talking about pitching and stuff like that where you know. He was the first guy that I really talk. Do the talked about a hitter. Reaction to your pitch and how that dictates what you can do on the next pitch or what he's looking for and things of that nature so that's how he thought you know if he threw a pitch And he saw reaction from the hitter. It went along way towards dictating. What his next pitch was and to me he was the best at doing that. And certainly hugely helpful for me In my career and and starting to implement that of my game plan all of that said though he was also profoundly disgusting. Oh no question about it. I mean people ask about you know. Tell me some stories in like I. Can't you know they're just kind of stuff? You can't say public but he was He was fun to be around while he was feces. Obsessed we can say some of it like you just be true. Okay thank you for the most controversial thing you've ever said I know you're a good teammate. And you avoided your controversies but yes you guys would happen upon all sorts of feces related pranks. That were disgusting. Yes yes we've Yeah no question about it. Just leave it at. That's it it's gotta stay on the clubhouse. I already know I've got some of it but I'm not gonNA lead you there. You absolutely won't do it. Well I'll tell you what I'll give you one. I'll talk. I'll talk out of school one time. So we I remember Spring Training We were about two days from coming back to Atlanta and Greg went to the bathroom and Used one of walkway says t shirts to clean them. And so I'm do it. Put Walter t shirt back in his locker about three days later we're back in Atlanta and we come back and we go outside. We go to batting practice. We come back inside and walls locker is next to mine in Atlanta and he comes and he's Kinda rummaging around his lockers at this look on his face and I'm like well what's wrong so and I knew what was wrong. He said something. Something smells in my locker. There's something not right and I'm like Oh Jeez yeah. I don't know what what could be. Whatever so he starts going t shirt by T shirt and finds the t shirt that Greg had used and without skipping a beat it was mad. Axe also ready to kill him. So that was that was the kinds of things cracked. It sounds like you were a bit of an enabler. It sounds like you were right there with my teammate. Talk Out of school. I was being a good teammate. I didn't want anybody under the bus. Can it be told now after all these years? How much you guys were upset. As a professional franchise. You guys were all pillars of professionalism. Even though Greg Maddox was shitting and everyone's locker The John rocker stuff. That happened with you guys. Can you explain to me the level of angry? You guys were at him. Well look at you know. Of course. There's a huge level of anger. Because we were so much about because of bobby and the culture bobby set We were so much about going about our business and you. Just show up at the ballpark. You do your job. You Win the game you go home you come back and do it again. You go on the road..

"tom glavine" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"The smartest way to hire all right now. The Mike Clumsy Intro is out of the way. Let's get to the real reason you're listening to this podcast to hear Tom. Glavin talked to Dan La Carte omelettes. Start here your son is a pitcher as well. How difficult has that been? And what are the benefits for him and having you as a father You know I don't. I don't know that it was difficult to be honest with you. I mean I I to be truthful I had to fight with him a little bit to get on the mound You know he liked playing the outfield like hitting. He pitched a little bit when he was nine. Ten eleven years old but you know really enjoyed playing the field and batting more than anything else and so I kind of had the problem a little bit and I would tell them all the time when I catch them. I said listen to your left. Handed ball comes out of your hand different. You need to pitch. And he was like that. I don't really want to do that so anyway he did. And it wasn't until He got to high school and junior year of high school. He started pitching and kind of fell. In love with it I think once he started to do it more and concentrated on a little bit more. You had a different appreciation for it and really enjoyed it so He loved it and I and I think the benefit for him Obviously as the conversations we can have You know I can help him with mechanics. I can help him with the mental side of the game and thinking through what he's trying to do and all that Kinda stuff so I mean. I think there's a definite advantage there and he's still got to go out and do it but I think it certainly helps Having somebody like me that's been through it and been through a lot of things that can kinda talk him through the struggles and And the adjustments and all those things you try to make as Fisher. You're sort of famously STOIC. What's it like for you watching him? Pitch I'm Everything but STOIC. You know it's it's hard when you're watching your kid it's hard You know and and it's it's there's a different nervousness Than I ever had when I was on the mound I guess it would be similar to you. Know people used to always ask me. Were you nervous on the mound and you know my answer is yeah. I I was always of course. Never Lord downtown never never no never looked. I should say maybe it was more leading up to it once. I got on the mound. I was fine because now it's time to go and you just gotTa do your thing. But being on the mound. Regardless of the situation I was less nervous there that I would ever be when I was in the dugout watching somebody else bitch. Because you're not a control and you're on the mound you're in control And it's similar. When I'm watching my my son I don't have any control over what he's doing but I'm living dying with he's doing so It it's a pretty nerve wracking. I try to stay STOIC. And try to not show too much emotion when he's out there but it's hard you came up through hockey and didn't you choose baseball specifically because you control the whole game. You held it in your hand and you choose pitching boy that reason. That was part of it. I mean I always loved hockey More so than baseball and I believe I think the reason was because when you play hockey you know you step on the ice here in the middle the action in baseball. That's not always the case. I mean I loved playing center field. I love playing first base But you know there's periods of inactivity. So you can get a little bit bored being on the Mound. That wasn't the case. When you're on the mound similar hockey or in the middle of the action every single pitch all the time Everything kind of revolves around you. You're controlling the tempo of the game all that stuff and I don't think that aspect of it interests me. I just it was. Hey every every pitch every play. I'm in the middle of and this is fun so so I liked it from that standpoint and and I think that that was part of the reason why I gravitated towards pitching but I really was not all that different than my son even up through high school. I loved playing the outfield. I love hitting loved doing all that stuff so when I ultimately got drafted by the braves as a pitcher It was it was a little bit of a mental adjustment To think that okay. I'm only going to pitch now. I'm not going to be able to hit by the outfielder anymore. Do you have any other places in your life where you want control? Most human beings crave it. Even if it's the illusion of control is your desire for control because Tabatha is pretty eloquent on the idea of nothing starts until I say so. There's a power in that I like to think I have that control but I think my wife would probably have something to say about that but I will say that my style of pitching was probably It very much mirrors my life. I'm very controlled and what I do. I'm very thought and process oriented I like things organized. I don't necessarily like flying by the season of my pants all the time. I like it once in a while because it's a change but I'm more of a structure guy. I'd like to know what I'm doing when I'm doing it and that kind of stuff but I would be lying to you if I said everything starts and ends with me and my wife has a lot more saying that than than I care admit. Sometimes how competitive were you with your son? Were you one of those dads who would play against him and not allow him to win You know maybe at times I mean I. I had the fortune of being able to coach him and both my boys my younger boys actually when they were playing hockey and playing baseball. And doing some of that stuff so you know. I think more so when I coached them in hockey we would get competitive from time to time and You know maybe doing some drills on the ice where we were fighting one another I park and stuff like that but aside from that not a lot. I used to have fun with him when he was playing more and hitting more and I would throw him batting practice. You know every once in a while I slipped into change or slipping a curve ball and hit swing and miss it or here at the end of the bad and he looked at me like you know what was that that kind of stuff so you know from time to time I would but I guess yeah. I was probably one of those parents that I tried to be competitive with them just to get them to understand what competition was in how hard you had to work that. I let them win. From time to time you know just for just to keep them saying a little bit. Yeah sure I did but certainly not all the time and if I let him win it wasn't going to be without making them compete for. Is there anything about parenting that you apply specifically because you didn't have it and it was something that you crave no indictment of your parents just something that you wanted that? Perhaps you didn't have that you learned to apply to your own children. I don't think so not really You know my parents were were awesome in terms of their support their involvement. I mean my parents didn't miss a practice. Let alone a game. So there was always somebody there so I think ninety nine percent of what I am apparent I learned from how my parents parented be. I guess the only difference was I never you know. My Dad was great. Athlete and Played Baseball football basketball but He never coached me in baseball And and I always ask them why he always said because I had to deal with parents and I don't want to deal with parents so having had the ability to coach my kids I understood after that what he meant but I guess that's maybe the one thing I mean. It might have been fun to to have the opportunity to have my dad as a coach but at the same time you know I know at times it was difficult for my kids having me as a coach. Because let's face it. You're always harder on your own kids than you are on the other kids just because you know they can take it and I would be straight up with my kids. I would tell them. Listen I'm GonNa Yell at you about something right now. Just because I'm trying to make the point to everybody else so just take it and no. I don't mean it personally anew so you know you have those moments now. Do your kids regret those or not like those moments. I don't I don't know I think by in large my my experience with my kids as their coach was pretty good But it's different definitely a different perspective. You are in the all-star game ten times you won the CY young twice. You won three hundred games. One of only six left these to do so. If I were able to give you the comparable career in hockey would you choose it over the one you had in baseball Probably not I think all the reasons I sat down at eighteen years old And try to make a list of pros and cons of both sports. I think a number of them would still be in favor. Baseball most notably had. I had the comparable career in hockey and played the amount of time that I would've needed to play in order to do the things that I would need to accomplish. I'm pretty sure my body would take a lot more of a beating than it didn't baseball You know my my shoulder hurt when I got done playing and I had it fixed and it hasn't bothered me sense. Yeah my knees are a little cranky from time to time but I don't think anything compared to what my body would feel like. If I had taken the feeding that I said I know I would've taken on a hockey rink so That would be a big factor in you know I still Am able to live the life that I that. I currently live because I I make good money and baseball. And and in those years playing hockey Guys weren't getting paid that way so I don't think there's any anyway. I would've made the living in hockey that I made in baseball. So you know I I. I think the factor still would line up for me to choose baseball. What's The item on your resume that you would point to the baseball resume alone among all of the achievements? What's the one that you would point to? That is the one that gives me the best feeling of personal satisfaction. I think aside obviously from the winds I think the number of starts in the innings pitched You know to me that that spoke to my longevity my ability to take the ball every five days and I think that's something that I took great pride in and and I'm extremely proud of you know and it's it's not like oh. I was lucky I never was injured. I never had anything going on. I think is going on a lot but you know I always felt like If I can take the ball I'm gonNA take the ball. Eighty percent of me is better than one hundred percent of the guy getting ready to face so there you know there were a lot of times where looking back. Maybe maybe I should have spent some time on the O- or things of that nature but I just felt like that there was any way I could take the ball every five as I was going to do it. And like I said I think the the amount of starts in the amount of INEX- pitch once it was all said and done I think speaks to that longevity and that's something I'm proud of smoltz's told some great stories on our show about him and Barry bonds shooting middle fingers at each other from the dugouts. Going back and forth and Smoltz told one story that involves you hear and Berry bonds misunderstanding. Possibly something you and John smoltz were talking about and getting his vengeance. I WANNA play that story for you from John Smoltz and get reaction to it well there. There's a moment and the previous all star game. It very had misheard. What Glavin and I were talking about thought that we were rooting for mark. Maguire and the other side which we weren't rooting for our guys and and Berry and so he just kind of went off the handle. That next time I face you I'm GonNa hit a home run off and I might just do a little dance at the home plate and I said that's fine next time face. You might strike out in my head on the mountain. Who knows you know to to say he goes no what matter of fact? I'm GONNA hit off you next time if two story so amy came after the game looking for me you know and realize that looking a little awkward and he said I get the ring 'cause we had already showed up our division but he had he had to end up beating..

"tom glavine" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"He does so met well yes it can move or your surreal compensation chelsea manning boost and yummy done them out there though the may be though map bdn mild ethic even though my listening yes he was artist zeeptl packaging check was on acting as he never ask me spy seed geno desmond david desmond see though among us no kisella reports great do mobile anger seth lugo two tom glavine see that we gamble akg handled as on on that subject is out now are there any moment on the other ungodly hi passi told us he does the obama bad dopamine goma me though not and good marlies yeah the love us he does robert domain dan vogel pawb dove bad obama banlaki they're going up here our strategy has been seized on kfqd though i can present asking me go she disney has been one of the date adding no feeling great oh man rock two tom curran the various bird feed though this is how we do it down in puerto rico i just wanna hear your screaming indeed the body no they've a veto of normality oh my gosh there you go spa she by our mary j him i don't know who told up in the morning the number one hit music station one of those have been five hayes the lwr third and final installment of fifty shades of grey it's basically literary porn for women a pretty much yes i've read all three and enjoyed every single having seen the movie ah i've seen one i have not seen two and three but that's not far off for me i l i katie will see a they'll be she waits until it comes out on netflix so she can be home alone on any device low well entered hugs airtime agreed somebody he goes the very first gentlemen he was an intern here that's how what happened and then he hugged they can use like what's of this whole goal is made of nine than the name stop when he way we have fifty shades of fifty shades of great note stupid if you have young kids the car warning has warned arrive if you web young kids in the car turn down your radio warning repeat wardi adult content to hit three two one seven five tracy the number one hit music station hannah.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And then the mark got stuck in a fiveway race that a rally sharply again get stuck in a tight rain at cohen we have that kind of grand going on for a like a that eighteen months and each one of those rally in smaller and now we broken out again and kill we don't like it looked like we want to get the twenty five hundred without much problem but how much further can we go to the net i don't worry that you know we had a great run in a laughing what do we start to roll out a little bit now especially now that we are in a lot of the kid wanted to couldn't about some other central banks so what very good with great the way that the heck talk about back nighthly but there it is time to get a little bit worried when we do have the kind of relations very quickly here about a half minute left the central bank's people keep waiting on the the central banks around the world but they aren't really waiting or the no and and in a corner things i i it it's important we focus on the central bank but now they're actually we're going to start appoint back uh i've come at the liquidity from a accommodation we've and providing and therefore we going to look more congress i mean if like the parent in congress invite the thirty okay the living in the basement and now saying hey we're going to stop paying for your food your poured your cell phone tap you get your act together and do something the court animal that we're gonna have some problems but i think what could make the payment could be problem thanks to math made easy equity strategist at militay back joining us on our phone line sponsored by spectrum enterprise your nationwide provider the scale of fiber network services and manage clubs allusions the russia investigation continues jared kushner testified before the senate intelligence committee tom glavine on the weaker dollar been stronger hero henderson of eurasia group survey lyons eastern on bloomberg radio.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

The Basketball Analogy

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

"Were on both somebody who's you not brought to eighty three low yo visas on a wall by doing weight and i didn't knows him because of this new dwayne way looked like a haitian drove the name name said well john jack i'll know on the web movie he play any laws would on your way was well the average that amount here we go borroso but i'll food macular jassem about it when it when i when i saw with the outflow minnesota look like a like a underrated reggae audience who had like a a hit solvable dammit a week back like oh yes galileo looks like like a onehit wonder dance somebody compared him to charlie murphy and cd four yes tom glavine cd before gusto shattered gusto rest on murphy recipes are somewhat that someone photoshop them into the paid in full pollster he was the mainly one of the neighborhood was that they do not will face movie j did it probably does love them what's up j scrappy down to a cheer rose babies will play wrapping up here is that what's gonna saw one last thing i want to get to our the about desire who does the animated for you guys.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Against right now it doesn't turn does this brings big now about them but i will know all the new rules only do play a dear will be plenty of opportunity for you to break the rules and also obvious as they to store penalties i'm a bowler here no sooner here there's a lot of stuff earned on the fan edgy what's up bro with the guy there haven't been when i agree with you know an offense that this does stuff when he thought about eli you get blown out of portion but i gotta tell yet and i mean i've been yeah yeah get ahead could stand up here and just as what it is i mean it's right it it's going i think you're somebody just telling it athlete accountability and it came you can't turn the ball over a big guy has been turned the ball over i love them but if he doesn't go turned around a game got going to win i don't see what the problem is so the need to be a hated i love that you know i think if the fact that a matter hold onto the ball and he can win game i agree i'm going to go down that you know it's beautiful year but and so you know what's going to happen the media is gone craig doesn't draw firestorm and try to drive the wedge between the coaching a player you know that agreed that's a tonight with that it does right they're going to be high now and was in both the media that you know he started open and obvious madness right and i love your so right it's so here's the deal ben not good years it's not mean that tom glavine never wanted the that's not allowed to superbowl also until he does a tweet problematic does not talking about it because of this team loves quarterback but also is a realist as a fair point i sent a real is what regard was realize he recognizes that ben mcadoo has right to say this is going to be shown monroe michelle you're on the fan i i i i back by the every morning thank you and i think we're going to comment bad and let the end result is winning of their football everyone from the top of you are going for the eye at the end in held accountable and in project it and jack.

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"tom glavine" Discussed on XEPRS Mighty 1090 AM

XEPRS Mighty 1090 AM

01:57 min | 5 years ago

"tom glavine" Discussed on XEPRS Mighty 1090 AM

"Because you could hear bobby cox chirping from the dugout in a way that you did really hear a lot of managers you know come on temper let's go tell me what your night to playing for bobby cox yeah you're exactly radim and bobby was everybody biggest your look you know there were times where you thank that you know bobby wanted to win more than some of the players want to win and you know and that's just how he what you know the he was a great communicator he was really good it letting everybody understand what their roles work even know you know that was how wanting his thank you don't ask you with your goal is role as the player life but you know i think even inside of that you knew when you're going to be here you knew that he was going to put your winner its way should or you could stick you know he was gonna as you can you think it in new york capable of doing so you know about por all the losses but you know the beauty of bobby what he treated everybody with respect you know when that's not to say that you know what the superstar than again and maybe got a little bit more leeway sometimes that the other guys but that was the nature of the business but at the same time he he respected all twenty five guys on the roster because you need you would say it outcry every year at the start of this season it like the boys we get twenty five men on the roster and we're going to need all twenty five guys before the season don't win that's for him in and it and that was true you know it took everybody in that clubhouse participating and and and doing their staying in order to be successful in you know he was really good at let me guys understand that let him guys understand that they were going to get there opportunity and he was not a clown giving the bench guys that so he kept everybody in it and unlike you say he just fought tooth and nail every pitch for his players and i just don't know as a player you could unlock the played for that guy a buster olney will be back with more of a conversation with tom glavine after this hi i'm joan lunden.

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