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Fresh update on "tommy john" discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

00:31 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tommy john" discussed on American Scandal

"Offer that. Now, true crimes popularity as you hinted at has sparked debate about whether it's doing harm or not. The mere fact that other people's trauma and pain is entertaining, is difficult to wrestle with. But you wrote an essay in The Washington Post a few years ago, defending the genre, saying true crime always risks exploitation, but it can still make the world a better place. I was wondering if you could lay out the arguments for both sides. I'd say broadly the arguments of both sides is that on the one hand, true crime is an exploitative medium that transforming people's trauma and pain can only lead to bad outcomes. On the flip side, true crime as a medium can highlight injustice, it can spotlight cases that have gone cold, and it can lead to actual real change. So we've seen that with the adhan sayed case from the first season of cereal, subsequent podcasts and documentaries, and now say it's vacated conviction. We've also seen that with the second season of in the dark, from American public media, which highlighted the case of Curtis flowers, and because he had been tried 6 times for a crime that he did not commit, which ultimately the Supreme Court ruled he should have his convictions vacated and he will not be retried. And that case is pretty much been resolved at least for him. There are other examples that I can bring up, but ultimately I do fall on the side of that if true crime can lead to great change, then ultimately it is a medium that has great worth. So the tension between entertainment and exploitation and the commercial impulse behind entertainment is well understood. But in true crime, there is this bleeding over between entertainment and journalism. What is the true crime storyteller's obligation to be a journalist? And how does anyone navigate the competing demands from the public for salacious coverage and also performing what might be considered responsible journalism? I mean, I can only speak as a journalist, and so the way that I do true crime reporting and journalism is to try to come from a real place of moral culpability that I go in and ask my sources to tell me about the worst possible things that had happened to them. And to do that, it requires an incredible amount of humility, empathy, responsibility. It also means that I try to be as upfront as possible about what my reporting might lead to, what they could expect in terms of a response, why they should be mindful that in speaking with me, this can lead to a domino effect in terms of coverage in terms of attention and the like. So I think the more that true crime storytellers have conversations be it with sources with family members of victims with anybody in the sphere of what they're dealing with when it's possible, I think that does lead to more responsible true crime entertainment all around. Again, I have high expectations and I would like everyone to achieve that ideal all the time. I recognize that that's just not possible most of the time because even anything I do is part of a commercial landscape and requires me to sell stuff, so automatically I'm facing down this sense of moral culpability and the sense that, you know, nothing is pure and nothing is ideologically 100% possible. So I think just a sense that people are doing the best that they can. Most of the time goes a long way. American scandal is sponsored by skylight frames, vacation photos, first day of school, birthday parties. My parents clamor for shots like these, and I found a smart way to share these photos with skylight frame. Skylight is a touch screen photo frame you can update by email from anywhere. Setup takes 60 seconds, plug in, connect to wireless, then begin emailing photos, and they'll pop up in seconds, or preload pictures, so it comes ready to delight right out of the box. 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"tommy john" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | Last week

"tommy john" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Verlander goes from Tommy John to say young at age 39 named for the third time he had missed most of the previous two seasons pitched to a 1.75 ERA in Houston anyone unanimously sorted the Marlin sandy Alcantara, the national league of countries of throwback. He had 6 complete games after 62 home runs. You'd have to think Aaron judge will be able to beat out last year's winner Shohei Ohtani and win AL MVP today and if so, he'd be the first Yankee MVP since Alex Rodriguez in 2009. John stash there were Bloomberg sports, Nathan. Okay, John, thanks S&P futures down down 20 points down futures down one 64 NASDAQ futures down 63 points. We'll get more on this market straight ahead from Lizzie and Saunders of Charles Schwab and we will have more from our exclusive interview with the Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky. This is Bloomberg. I was in when we told growers that new bear premium trifled herbicide for corn, delivers visibly clean fields for up to 8 weeks. They were a bit skeptical. We'll see how it works. So we decided to prove it. We set up cameras in multiple cornfields, treated them with tribal and filmed for 24 hours a day. For 8 weeks, we saw a variety of weather conditions, and try Volt worked. See for yourself, at trifold in action, dot com. Trifold is restricted use pesticide, consult your state pesticide regulator for specific restrictions, read and follow pesticide label directions. The middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened. There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor. We were in total darkness. That doctor Dijon figueroa, a

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Rosario has pinch single in 10th, Guardians beat Rays 2-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Rosario has pinch single in 10th, Guardians beat Rays 2-1

"The rays remain one and a half games off the first AL wild card following a two one loss to the guardians Pinch hitter Ahmed Rosario won it with a basis loaded signal on the bottom of the tenth Guardians rookie Gabriela has hit his first major league home run in the third inning Cleveland started Tristan Mackenzie's struck out 6 while allowing one run through 6 frames Tyler Glasgow pitched for the raise for the first time since undergoing Tommy John surgery last year Glasgow through 50 pitches and reached the high 90s several times The loss leaves the race with a magic number of two for clenching a playoff birth I'm Dave fairy

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Verlander 6 no-hit innings, 16th W; Astros top Correa, Twins

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Verlander 6 no-hit innings, 16th W; Astros top Correa, Twins

"Justin Verlander struck out ten and did not allow a hit through 6 innings in the Houston Astros four to two win over the Minnesota Twins Verlander earned his 16th win of the season but left after throwing just 91 pitches keeping him from throwing a potential fourth career no hitter Maybe 15 years ago Ten years ago when I was allowed to throw a 130 something but not now and specifically not after Tommy John and this being my first season back Alex Bregman finished three for four with a two run Homer while Trey Mancini and Jeremy Pena collected a pair of hits Adam spelling Houston

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Verlander wins MLB-leading 15th game, Astros blank Cleveland

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Verlander wins MLB-leading 15th game, Astros blank Cleveland

"Justin Verlander continued his outstanding return from Tommy John surgery by leading the Astros 6 zero shutout of the guardians Verlander allowed only a pair of singles over 6 innings to win his 7th consecutive start He's 15 and three with a 1.73 ERA leading the majors in both victories and earn run average Chasm McCormick and Martin Maldonado each home were going to have three RBIs helping Verlander get his 241st career win Cleveland rookie Steven Quan extended his hitting streak to 18 games But the guardians had just two other hits I'm Dave ferry

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"tommy john" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on AP News

"AP sports I'm gay ferry in 39 year old Justin Verlander continues to look great following Tommy John surgery. Verlander is 13 and three with a 1.86 ERA after allowing a run in four hits over 7 innings of the Astros four one win over the Mariners. Emptied the tank there in the 7th and I was able to make some big pictures in a big spot. The ems have dropped two straight since a 14 game winning streak. One day after the Blue Jays erupted for a team record 28 runs, four runs were more than enough for manager John Schneider's team in a four one win over the Red Sox. I think last night was a bit of an outlier where everything kind of fell into place and, you know, today was just a hard fought win. Alec manoa allowed one run over 6 innings. Craig heiss was at the Orioles 6 three comeback win against Garrett Cole and the Yankees. The Orioles scored two in the 7th and two more in the 8th, Cedric Mullins hit a sack fly to give them a four three lead and Ramon urias hit a two run Homer to complete the comeback. We just stayed together. We went in during the season and we just went through the whole game and we don't give up. The Indians and White Sox split appear in Chicago. Other AL winners were the twins royals and a's. The braves are within a half game of the mets and the NL east. Kyle Wright shook off All-Star Game rust and picked up his 12th win as Atlanta ripped the angel 7 to two. Once I got going, I felt like I was kind of right back to where I left off so it was nice to use the break get some time off and then take it into the second half now so far. Meanwhile, the mets absorbed the two one loss to the pod races, Blake Snell held New York to four hits over 5 scoreless innings. A

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:14 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 5 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:14 a.m. EDT

"GP sports I've checked Freeman They went back and forth in a scoreless duel in New York two teams that had visions of playing in October and the Houston Astros scored late to beat the New York mets to nothing Justin veranda was outstanding earning his tenth win after his return from Tommy John surgery I definitely feel different you know some of my pitches haven't felt as sharp some of them have felt better You know I think my curveball this year has been really good I feel largely the same but the stuff seems to be playing a little bit different He tossed 8 innings allowed two hits with 8 strikeouts Mike mancuso New York While in The Bronx the New York Yankees completed a three game sweep of the Oakland a's 5 to three Giancarlo Stanton hit a three run Homer His last 6 hits have been the long ball It's an interesting time right now We're not getting too many hits but when I am in the Homer The LA Dodgers avoided a three game sweep with an 8 four win at Colorado Boston held on for a 6 5 win in extra innings in Toronto Minnesota scored three in the tenth Cleveland scored four to win 7 to 6 the game winner a two run shot from Josh naylor Rowdy teles has hit 5 home runs since Sunday He hit a pair in leading Milwaukee to a 5 three win over Tampa Be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing Has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field Yeah you got a two run blast from Avi Garcia in the 9th four four three comeback win at St. Louis Atlanta down Philadelphia four to one Adam Duvall hit a 400 foot home run the braves now 21 in 5 in June Whoever we put in there right now is stepping up and doing the job and that's huge Oh the angels over the Chicago White Sox Pittsburgh Washington Kansas City down Texas San Diego Arizona Detroit one at San Francisco Seattle be Baltimore and the Chicago Cubs beat Cincinnati NBA James Harden will opt out of 47.7 million from Philadelphia as the team works a deal in hopes of using money saved to help build the roster Check Freeman AP sports

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Verlander dominates, Castro homers, Astros beat Mets 2-0

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Verlander dominates, Castro homers, Astros beat Mets 2-0

"Jason Castro hit a two run Homer in the top of the 9th inning to lift the Astros to a two to zero win over the mets Justin Verlander was outstanding earning his tenth win after his return from Tommy John surgery I definitely feel different You know some of my pitches haven't felt as sharp Some of them have felt better you know I think my curveball this year has been really good You know I feel largely the same but the stuff seems to be playing a little bit different He tossed 8 innings allowed two hits with 8 strikeouts The Astros swept the four game season series with the mets who have dropped three straight for the first time this season Mike mancuso New York

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"tommy john" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I mean you changed that whole race I mean it was downhill for them until you got it And after that you became public enemy number one They were determined to rip you to pieces So I think a lot of people me included I really like you a lot personally and professionally You want to do like what inspired you to get back in it knowing you're just this is all coming at you again Because I have nothing to lose President Trump called me a couple of times recently even before I threw my hat in the ring here to replace our unfortunately now deceased representative Don young and when he passed away the seat came open and Donald Trump and I we spoke a couple of times about this that both of us were in the same boat and that's why we've connected We've been friends for many years a connection being that we got nothing to lose It put everything on the line What more can they do to us What more can they say to us About us about our children and that's the worst part of course is a tax on innocent family members But no there's a time and a season for everything And I've been one to preach forever that you don't need a title You don't need an office to make a difference Get out there and fight for what's right But the good guys in D.C. they need some reinforcement So we need more votes and that's why I'm ready and willing and able to get back there and fight for Alaska fight for America and yeah being public enemy number one for a while It just kind of secured even more fully the bond that I have with the president Trump in the key being the real public enemy number one of the bad guys We connect over that

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"tommy john" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on WTOP

"P 6 45 to Dave Johnson Or it has free agency really come to golf Greg Norman thinks so he is fronting the Saudi backed golf tour that is announced its field for its first event June 9th outside London and that field includes more than a dozen PGA Tour players headlined by Dustin Johnson Now the PGA had threatened players who play in the Saudi backed event with possible suspension are canceling of Tor membership no comment from the PGA Tour Knew what was going to be the mets night when a fan holding a one year old baby caught starling barthes first hitting two run Homer on the fly You could see it on WTO dot com Patrick Corbin charged with 7 runs in four and a third and a ten nothing lost Joe Ross meantime bad news will have season ending Tommy John surgery The Orioles ten nothing lost the Mariners last night Rafael Nadal four sets over four hours beat Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals I just gave myself a chance to be back on court in today's playing on the semifinals here in Roland Garros means a lot to me Oh yeah he loves the French Open He's going for a 14th French Open title 87 75 win for the mystics over Indiana last night Elena delle donne second road game of the season and 19.7 pounds three assists two blocks not a bad night Avalanche an 8 6 win over the Euler's 14 gold thriller in the playoffs last night And lots of emotion no doubt this afternoon Scotland plays Ukraine in a World Cup playoff semifinal 64 year old head coach of the Ukrainian team and several players had wanted to join the Ukrainian army to fight off the Russian invasion Dave Johnson a utopia sports.

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"tommy john" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"tommy john" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:52 min | 10 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Cheese will be next. Coming up on squawk Tod we're talking underwear. Underwear? You had a great relationship with Tommy dun, I got that same relationship with spanx. And it's necessary. Tommy John has locked in a new partner to help push its undergarments into omnichannel. The founder, the partner and some secrets to looking good on TV. Let me sit up straight. Right after this. Get in early. Join the CNBC investing club with Jim Cramer, be among the first, get tips straight from Kramer. The only club with exclusive trading leads for early access symmetry email at CNBC dot com slash investing club. Stand Andrew bye. You're listening to squawk pod, with Joe kernan, Becky quick, and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Here's Andrew. If you watch squawk box regularly over the past decade, you probably know that I have been a fan and maybe you've even seen the ads on our air of a company called Tommy John and many years ago when we would sit out in New Jersey together. I decided I needed to wear undershirts and I finally found this company and here we are. We're joined this morning as this company is announcing a new partnership and it's actually kind of fascinating to have watched the growth of this little company. Tom Patterson is here. He's the cofounder and CEO of Tommy John also manager RICO is here partner at private equity firm L and K partners. Man is also the former CEO of PVH corp one of the largest fashion lifestyle companies in the world. Mister Patterson, I remember going to visit you when you were like a little, you remember you were like a little one room was like the whole company was the whole company and now it's turned into this and Manny is part of it and what's happening here. And I'm still wearing the undershirts. Well, thanks for having us on. It certainly came a long way since those days when you're coming through our original office Andrew. But yeah, you know, we're here to announce a really exciting partnership with Ellen K partners. L and K has a track record of funding, founder led businesses and we were just thrilled to have David Landau and manage RICO. Now on our board, you know, Manny is a pioneer in the industry. Someone my wife there and I have known for a really long time and we just got to be more excited to start this partnership and really, it's going to allow us to achieve our long-term goals much faster, especially with someone with his experience on board. Hey, Manny, we've had you on a million times. This is like, this is like a great thing to see. I'm excited for you guys to be honest because I do feel a sort of strange kinship with this company, not that a ivy Tom is the founder of it, of course, but I feel like I sort of found them when they were just literally starting this thing and now all of a sudden they're everywhere. When you look at what this company is now, what it could be, I mean, I start to think of what Sarah blakely created with spanx. I mean, are we in that league in terms of what kind of valuation do you think might ultimately get ascribed to this kind of thing? Look, I think this brand when you think about the Tommy John brand has a potential to be a $1 billion global lifestyle brand. It has that kind of consumer recognition. It's been a company and a brand that I've watched for the last 5 or 6 years that I've known Tom and Aaron. And it's been something that's always interested me. They've it's a digitally native brand that's grown online dramatically, but the thing that's always been so interesting to me about it since I've known them well is from the beginning, they've always been profitable. So a lot of these digital native brands that I looked at to potentially acquire when we were at when I was running PVH wanted a real challenge is where nobody made any money. Everybody could tell you how they're going to grow the top line, but nobody could figure out how you're going to actually make money at the end of the day. Tom and Aaron built a business that's profitable that has premium positioning and has the potential to be a $1 billion brand over time with the right growth and with the right leadership. Well, Tom, they're profitable. Manny, they're probably because the undershirts are too expensive, but Tom knows I've been complaining about that from the beginning. Tom, here's the question for you and how did you how have you done this profitably? Because most businesses don't do it that way. And also speak to the cost of customer acquisition today versus what it used to be. Yeah, you know, great question. We started off as a wholesale business, getting into retailers like Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom. So our history, we were built to be a omnichannel business. We certainly pivoted the business more direct to consumers starting in 2013, 2014. And I think as we've seen our business grow, we've been able to self fund our growth, build our infrastructure without the need to continue to raise money to fuel our growth. And having a balance of healthy top line and bottom line growth over 14 years has really allowed us to do, I think the right things long term our goal Andrew is to be irrelevant household name ten to 20 years from now. We've never been interested in growing fast just to chase a number. You know, we don't want to follow the fallout of favor of the consumer. At the end of the day. So, you know, when we think about the future of online, look, customer acquisition customer acquisition costs continue to go up. It's becoming more competitive. But we plan to double our wholesale footprint in 2022. Women's is close to 40% of our business in less than four years. We expect that to be close to 50% of our business by 2024. So I think we've really started to establish ourselves as a dual gender, omnichannel brand, the goal of really being wherever the consumer is. Because we have a lot of CEOs who are watching at CMOs. What's working in terms of customer acquisition right now is Facebook working for you is insta doing it, are you on TikTok? What's happening? By the way, I see you advertising on linear. Right here, oftentimes. I mean, look, we're really everywhere at the end of the day. I think we can all agree that acquisition costs are very volatile, almost by the day or the hour on all these channels. I think you really need to continue to test new channels constantly and what works today often times it doesn't work tomorrow and you have to be able to do it right now, Tom. You know, if I can jump in, Andrew, one thing I would say is that yes, customer acquisition cost continues to be challenged from a cost point of view. But one of the great advantages that Tommy John has is they have a an amazing loyalty from their customers. They're repeat customers are dramatic. And that's something that you earn over time. And that's something that that customer keeps coming back to replenish their wardrobe. And that has been a big part of the company's success is keeping that base customer and growing that customer going forward where it's not as expensive as obviously repeat customers and that balance has been critical to their success. Tom and Manny, we got to leave the conversation there. I am wearing the end of shirts. I don't know what Joe is worked. Joe, what do you got on? Right now. What did you say you had some type of really, I mean, I don't know why. This is TMI. You had a great relationship with Tommy Dunn. I got that same relationship with spanx. And it's necessary. Spanx, and it is necessary. Yes, I can either hold my breath permanently or wear spanx. It's one or the other. You'll see. Tom still there. Tom, do you still do do Tom used to do Tom? Did you ever do you were touching one of the problems just there? In fact..

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"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:22 min | 10 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"To say. It's really impossible to forecast this. Right. If you recognize a separatist, that seems like, I don't know. That was a good analysis, so Matt, and I've never been to Ukraine. How was it? Not bad. Like it? It's gotten a lot warmer over the past week. I have to say when I got here three weeks ago, it was like Siberia. But it's a lovely place. You should go to me means vodka. I don't know. Maybe not everyone. Anyway, Matt. Thank you. Good to have you on. All right, let's talk right now about what U.S. and international sanctions could look like if Russia does go ahead with the invasion of Ukraine. Joining us now is dalip Singh. He is deputy national security adviser for international economics who also serves as deputy director of the national economic council and a deputy assistant to the president. And delete, just looking at what we've seen today, Russia certainly seems to be signaling that maybe it's stepping, stepping back a bit, but NATO's secretary general Stoltenberg is saying that he hasn't seen any evidence of any sort of an deescalation on the ground at this point. What do you believe? Yeah, Becky, good morning. As with all things Russia, actions speak louder than words. We're going to monitor everything that we see on the ground very carefully. And of course, our goal is peace and uphold the principle that you can't redraw borders by force. You can't subjugate the will of the sovereign country by force. And the only way for us to reach those goals is to demonstrate resolve. So yes, if there's a troop or a tank that crosses the border, we're ready to impose the most severe sanctions ever levied on Russia in lockstep with our allies and partners. If they don't actually use tanks to cross the border, but Putin does go ahead and sign this agreement or this bill that's come from the Duma that says we recognize the separatists in these two areas of Ukraine. What does that do? If he's undoing the Minsk accords. Yeah, Becky there are endless possibilities. I mean, if he goes forward and recognizes the actions that are currently with the Duma, that is a violation of Ukraine's sovereignty. We would respond there would be costs. Would it be the similar response as it would be to tanks actually rolling over the border? Well, context is everything Becky. I don't want to get into the hypotheticals of exactly what would unfold and what we would do, but suffice it to say that would be a serious mistake by Putin and we would respond. So what would these economic sanctions look like? Well, look, I was at the Treasury Department in 2014 when we designed sanctions after Russia invaded Crimea. And back then, we moved gradually up the escalation ladder. We'd never before sanctioned a country as large as complex and as conducted as Russia. So we had to be very careful about how to maximize impact while limiting contagion. We've learned a lot since 2014. We know exactly where Russia's pressure points are, foreign capital, dollars in Euros, were in R and obvious choice. So our foreign technologies critical inputs that are necessary for Putin to diversify his economy and to realize his strategic ambitions. So this time we're ready to start at the top of our escalation letter and stay there. Again, in lockstep with our allies and partners. Where does personal sanctions against Putin and his fortune fall on that ladder? Is that something that is more threatening to him? Is that something that's more concerning? Because that hasn't been something that's been used in the past. Yeah, Becky, the president has spoken to this and no option is off the table because we don't know what's on the table for president Putin. And so at this point, we're not going to truncate any part of the probability distribution. In terms of what Putin might do and we're taking no optimus off the table in terms of how we might respond. One of the things that's been very beneficial to Russia through all of this is higher oil prices, which topped $95 a barrel yesterday. Has there been some thought as to considering oil and considering it in terms of national security, not just in terms of being concerned about what it means for the economy here, being concerned about what it means from a more green perspective in the past recently passed at least it hasn't been a big deal because we've had access to so much of it here in the United States, but with the United States drilling less, it seems like it has become much more of a national security issue. Yeah, so I mean, first of all, if Putin decides to weaponize his energy supplies, it would be a major mistake. Everybody knows that Europe imports about 40% of its natural gas from Russia, but Russia is also incredibly dependent on the west as a consumer for its energy supplies. Two thirds of Russia's export revenues come from oil and gas, half of its budget revenues come from oil and gas. And so this is a long-term vulnerability for president Putin if he weaponizes energy supply, that's only going to accelerate Europe's and the west diversification away from Russian energy. But let me just say again, we're prepared for whatever might unfold. In the short term, we've been working very actively with Europe to surge natural gas supplies from North Africa from the Middle East and from Asia to make sure that Europe can get through the winter on oil prices, there are a range of tools and authorities that are at our disposal that we can pursue in coordination with oil producers and oil consumers to make sure that we have steady oil supplies in the event of a disruption. And as we make a transition to cleaner energy, I don't want to go into the specifics at this point, but we do have a range of tools and authorities and we're actively exploring them. Delete this idea of using Russian oil, Russian natural gas. That's something that Germany and our allies have been doing for a very long time, probably us included going all the way back to World War II as a way of trying to keep them in the loop and making sure that they had real skin in the game with making sure there weren't these sort of conflagrations that there weren't issues where this was going to flare up. Should we be questioning that entire idea if Vladimir Putin is once again going to bring us to the brink on this? Yeah, ultimately, this is Putin's choice if he wants to sequester Russia from western economies as a consumer of oil and gas from western technology and from western financial markets, that's a major strategic mistake. China can not be a substitute for all of the west provides. I mean, let's remember that G 7 is more than 50% of global GDP. China is about 15%. If you look at the dollar and the Euro, these are the dominant reserve currencies of the world in terms of how people make payments, how they store wealth and how they borrow money. The renminbi is in the low single digits as a share of those totals. And if you look at foundational technologies, AI, quantum BioTech, hypersonic flight robotics, they come from the west where entrepreneurship and technology flourish. China imports 300 billion in semiconductors each year. And so this will be a major blunder if Putin decides that he wants to isolate himself in the west and there will also be consequences for China. If it shuts itself off from western economies, western technology, western capital markets. I thought we were the ones who were dependent on semiconductors coming from China at this point. Well, if you look at leading edge chips and where they're designed, that's really where the U.S. continues to define the productive frontier. China.

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"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:15 min | 10 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"To buy that company. Still trading well below the cash offer that Microsoft has offered on that. What is it? Do you think though? That to me is a Ted or a Todd investment. That does not feel like a Warren investment. What do you think? Probably. I mean, it's the type of investment where you might see those guys get interested first. Just because they probably know more about the industry. And you can actually, it feels more taught us even than Ted ish. But hard to guess. Yeah. Yeah, it is. Obviously, with all of them making decisions on this, you could have anybody making the decision to get in, but you're right. It does seem because it's such a high-tech industry. Maybe not one that he had been as focused on. Should point out some other small dollar number. That was my other thing. Right. Right. That's a very good point. Should point out some other Berkshire news as well. Tom Murphy is resigning. He served on the board of directors since 2003. In a statement yesterday, CEO Warren Buffett said, Tom Murphy has taught me more about running a business than any other person. We have been friends and mental partners for more than 50 years. My only regret is that I didn't meet him earlier. Tom phoned me today and said that recovering from a recent bout with COVID convinced him that he would feel more comfortable ending his activities at Berkshire. I accepted his wish. He will continue as a major shareholder and a friend. Murphy is a pretty iconic figure in the media industry. He was the chairman of CEO of cap cities, ABC until 1996. He started out as a general manager for the Hudson valley broadcasting companies television stations back in the 1950s and quickly worked his way up the ranks. He built cap cities from a small broadcasting company to a huge media conglomerate. In 1986, along with Dan Burke, he engineered the acquisition of ABC by cap cities. ABC cap cities was eventually bought by Disney in 1995 for $19 billion. In fact, here's former Disney CEO, bob Iger, speaking about Murphy and his exclusive exit interview with CNBC. Tom Murphy just exuded integrity and every single thing he did and taught me and reminded me, really, because I guess in ways my parents taught me the importance of integrity. He reminded me of just how important it was in every single decision you make and every single interaction you have with people in a job. Guys, Murphy is also known for his financial prowess, Warren has told stories over the years about Tom and how close friends they were and just how much he learned from him. One of the things he talked about was how Tom was able to really make things seem really big, even without spending a lot of money. I think one of the very early stations he ran. WWR, maybe. Warren's talked about this about how they only had one news truck, but I think Tom named it news truck number 7 or something along those lines. Just to make it look like they had a fleet of trucks out there and was able to do those things. On the small side until they did actually get really, really big. On a separate note on Berkshire tomorrow, Charlie Munger is set to hold court at the daily journal shareholder meeting. He's going to be answering shareholder questions virtually starting at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. You can submit your questions today by sending an email to daily journal questions at CNBC dot com. I've been going through all those questions. I will ask Charlie as many as possible when they come up. Becky. I'm not over Sunday, not over it. I know. Congratulations to the rams. I was rooting for the Bengals with you. I might just suggest to the Bengals speaking of draft picks, a couple of offensive linemen, maybe a couple of really big quarterback. If you have a great quarterback, be nice if he had more than .3 seconds to throw a pass before he was pushed into the ground by Aaron Donald and smushed. I thought his other, I thought it was either neat. Joe burrow is going to have his time. He's going to be there for a long time. I hope so. But it was just, you know, what kind of ruined everything? It really did. It ruined everything for me. The whole, I shouldn't have gotten back on the bandwagon, bottom line. I shouldn't have been hoping. I should have stayed off. I was impressed by how quiet you were about your fandom. You were doing them a favor. I'm also not sure about that outfit. I think you should win a Super Bowl before. Crazy outfit. I think you should never wear that outfit honestly. What's that? You should never wear that outfit honestly. It was it was out. With confidence if it's combined with a little bit of Ohio humility. Yes. I think that it probably better. Great. I'm taking my Ohio humility right to this next break. When we come back a report from Ukraine and the deputy national security adviser joins us from The White House lawn with a dire warning to Russia. Of course, our goal is peace and uphold the principle that you can't redraw borders by force. You can't subjugate the will of the sovereign country by force. We're ready to start at the top of our escalation ladder and stay there. Again, in lockstep with our allies and partners. Get in early. Join the CNBC investing club with Jim Cramer, be among the first, get tips straight from Kramer. The only club with exclusive trading leads for early access symmetry email at CNBC dot com slash investing club. Welcome back to squawk pod, here's Joe kernan. Russia says some of its military units are returning to their bases near Ukraine. Boeing markets, as you can see from the futures and raising the prospect of cooling tensions in Eastern Europe NBC's Matt Bradley is in Ukraine, joins us now with more Matt. Hey there, Joe. Yes, some positive signs just today. We heard that the Russian troops were withdrawing and then we also heard from the Kremlin from Dmitry peskov, the spokesperson that, you know, they were always planning and withdrawing the troops because they were doing these exercises and then after the exercises were finished, the idea was that these troops would go back to their permanent placements. Now, they Russians have withdrawn troops before, actually three times in the last three months, but this also comes on the heels of very bizarre scripted comments almost like a scripted choreographed dialog between Russia's top diplomat and Russian president Vladimir Putin in which the two men seem the kind of signal that they were going to stick with diplomacy. So all of this then, of course, comes on the heels of a massive increase in temperature around this crisis just over the weekend. So guys, I would say maybe don't pin your hopes on every single turn of the screw in this story because there are a lot of changes back and forth, but this does seem to be for this very moment, like a lowering of the temperature here around this issue on Ukraine. Guys. That was that was classic that totally scripted that you pointed out where Putin goes, yes. Let's try that. And you know it's that Matt, would there be any reason to sort of for Putin to dissemble to make this a surprise, make it even would it make sense to pretend that you're pulling back just to lull Ukraine into a false sense of security and then surprise him. He doesn't need to do that. I mean, he's got overwhelming force, right? I mean, Joe, you have to then ask the question, does it make sense for Putin to invade at all? Politically, economically, he has quite a lot more to lose than he has to gain. So I don't know if he wouldn't necessarily do that, but there is something that's been going on in the Duma in Moscow. They just approve legislation to allow Russia to recognize those two breakaway so called people's republics of Luhansk and Don nets. That's east of where I am. Those were republics that are made up by Russian backed separatists or Russian led separatists here in Ukraine back in 2014 when Russia first invaded, now that's going to Putin's desk. Putin does sign, and it looks like he will, that would essentially tacitly invalidate the Minsk agreements that have been moving along and have been under discussion with European allies. So that could be another point of contention and another moment in which you could see this flare up again. But again, it's hard.

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"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

08:20 min | 10 months ago

"tommy john" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"And licking his wounds from Super Bowl 56. I shouldn't have gotten back on the bandwagon, bottom line. Yes. It's Tuesday, February 15th, 2022. Squawk pot begins right now. Stand Becky bye in three, two, one, two, three. Good morning, everybody. Welcome back to squawk box here on CNBC. I'm Becky quick, along with Joe kernan and Andrew Ross Sorkin and gentlemen, welcome back. It's good to have both of you back here. What is wrong with you? Good afternoon. The sector general will the preview the meeting of night. Russia has a mast, a fighting force in and around Ukraine, unprecedented since the Cold War. Everything is now in place for a new attack. But Russia still has time to step back from the brink. It looks like we could have some movement on the Russian border. The Russians potentially moving some troops off of the border and that's good news for the markets. You did see things go from negative territory for the futures to positive just as those headlines were hitting early this morning. So we'll continue to watch this very closely. Yesterday, treasury yields came down in the early hours on concerns about what was happening around the Russian Ukraine border. This morning though, you're looking at yields that are on the upswing. Tenure is above 2%, 2.036%. It did move pretty rapidly yesterday on the comments that bullard was making right here on squawk box. The two year note this morning at 1.5 9 4%. And if you want to take a look at energy, this was huge yesterday, too. WTI was actually up by about two and a half percent yesterday closed at $95, 46 cents. It's coming down pretty rapidly on those same headlines. Down this morning to 92 67, and natural gas which closed up by about 6 and a half percent yesterday is higher by about 4%. This is the bigger story, obviously what happens with natural gas because Europe is so reliant on Russian gas, but Joe this does look like it's the big story this morning. And thinking back and forth about what we know about Vladimir Putin and in the whole notion of what's happening, it's just, it's hard for us to know. We just have to wait and see. I guess. I don't understand the entire build up in the first place. It's very expensive. All for not all for not if he gets a NATO concession from Ukraine. He may not get a NATO concession, but he has made his point and yesterday we were speaking with Michael hanlon from the brookings institution. He was talking about how maybe you would have the ability to do something to say like it's a place where nobody's going to go for now. Basically, Russia is going to have to pull its forces out of dome boss. And then we will stop arming the Ukrainian military. And we will commit that if Ukraine is left alone and given its sovereign rights as an independent country and Russia doesn't attack. And a new framework that has some verification from the OSC and other mechanisms like that to confirm that Russia has pulled its forces out. If all that works, then we will continue to indefinitely delay and perhaps someday move beyond the idea of Ukraine and NATO. He's not a guy that loses face. No. Typically. No, but the Russian stock market is in correction territory. So it's not just the markets here that are reacting to these. They've never had an economy over there either, right? It's always been. And he loves the idea of regaining some of the superpower status, which would include expanding westward. But who knows? We'll see what happens. And it's so weird. Yesterday, we hear from our own State Department. About it could be imminent. And then zelensky, the Ukrainian president who was a comedian, he says, oh, they're going to come Wednesday and it was a sarcastic comment. He was totally being sarcastic about the whole. So I don't know how you change sarcastic comments when you are the leader of a nation like that. Right. It's hard for me to make sarcasms hard enough. People never understand mine. And when it's delivered in Ukrainian, I don't know whether we can definitely guarantee that it was sarcasm. I don't know what's going to happen. But here's what's new overnight. Some troops, Russia's defense ministry announced the start of a pullback of some forces. After drills that raise the alarm in the west, about a military assault on Ukraine that's where we got a lot of troops, a lot of tanks, a lot of airplanes, a lot of things in the area, but according to the Russian news agency, interfax, this summer units of the western and southern military districts will begin returning to permanent bases after completing some exercises. A defense ministry spokesman said that some military exercises, including the ones in Belarus and in the Black Sea, would continue. I don't know. I don't know how to figure it out. I think it really like Ukraine. I would think he can control all the flow of hydrocarbons all over Europe if he had Ukraine. It gives him would give him a lot of power and he loves power. So I don't know. But he's not going to do anything until the Olympics are over, folks. Why? If people say that, then why wouldn't he do it? Because he doesn't want to upset mister Xi. Which has been an important that has been an important relationship. Which is the new alliance that we probably really should work with. Call me in a week. Call me in a week is my view on this. So you don't think it's Wednesday then. Tomorrow. I don't know. I don't know. Part of this, part of what you're already seeing set up is the disinformation campaign to say, we never had any intention of this. This is just the warmongering of the United States to be saying that we were here for a reason on these things. Create confusion to go through some of these issues too. Look, it would be painful for them to get into an incursion like this. It would be very not to mention expensive, not just for what they're doing there, but the potential for the blockades. If we say forget it, we're not going to allow any of the banking to go back and forth. If they actually goes to some of the personal assets for Putin, that's a big deal too. Maybe he's made his point without getting into some of the most damaging things that he could be doing with this. And we'll see what happens. When was that last week? He was honest with you. He was with us last week and again yesterday. Last week he said he wasn't going to do anything. Yesterday, he said he's a little more nervous about it, but he still believes ultimately he will not go ahead with the invasion. We'll see. Let's go to Washington, D.C. because the mayor will allow the city's mass mandate to expire on February 28th. It removes the requirement from restaurants and bars and gyms, sports venues, grocery stores and other retail establishments, masks will still be required in schools, healthcare facilities in any private businesses that chooses to require them separately proof of vaccination will no longer be required at restaurants and entertainment venues. So a little bit of good news is things start to lift, of course, there are questions about it. But it does seem like we are headed in the right direction. What do you think Joe? You know what I think? Microsoft announced plans to open its offices in Washington, state and California's Bay Area. On February 28th at postponed its return to office back in September of last year, it says the offices will be open to employees. Visitors and guests, you were in the game, right? There were like 6 masks at the game. I was one of them though. Oh, I know. I saw you. I saw you out there. I had to duck billed platypus thing going with like 8000 people around you. I know. God bless. I thought it was a good idea. I know. Some whale watching this would have worked out pretty well. Berkshire Hathaway purchased about a $1 billion of Activision, blizzard shares in the fourth quarter, according to a filing and the purchase came just before Microsoft agreed to buy the video game publisher, Activision stock was as low as $56 and change in the fourth quarter after a lawsuit, you might recall in California, accused the company of fostering a sexist culture paying women less than men, the stock jumped about 25% though after Microsoft announced its plans.

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"tommy john" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tommy john" Discussed on WCPT 820

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Braves to face Phils after wild 9th in beating Padres 4-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Braves to face Phils after wild 9th in beating Padres 4-3

"Or land or sea is pinch hit double in the top of the sixth inning lifted the Atlanta Braves to a four to three win over the San Diego Padres Atlanta struck first with a solo home run from John Peterson eventually building a three nothing lead off Padres starter Joe Musgrove Musgrove departed with a no decision after five innings allowing just three runs on seven hits with nine strikeouts the bridge used eight pitchers in a bullpen game and held off San Diego as closer will Smith danced around three walks to strike out the side in the ninth that's one thing I learned going to Tommy John when you just sit on the bench you realize you can slow the game down and just make your pitches despite pension that's either gonna go one where those are going to go your way or his way you know we just got lucky tonight and went away with the win the Braves now lead the National League east by two and a half games over the Philadelphia Phillies Philip gone San Diego

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"tommy john" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"tommy john" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"tommy john" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"tommy john" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"Your mother fuckers. Guess what that does it keeps perpetuating this whole thing and chiropractic schools actually stood for something they lose their licenser. They would lose their credit. That's car practice school. That's not a practical. It's acupuncture massage. That you name it. All those institutions are able to exist there because the powers-that-be allowing that's why burn my degrees. Mike greenberg they're creating it's men it's it's it's a system that's an allowance it's creation this is what's happening and putting that in clay and you should see the education we're giving they want health insurance based system. They want a symptom based scenario. That's why i don't identify. I'm about to burn. You haven't caught yet. i'm gonna sell cellnet. I'm burning my license. It was supposed to be renewed on my birthday on the thirty first. I want no longer to be a part of any of this. I don't wanna be called doctor. It's insulting. I wanted to make a statement. There's a massive. There's a massive There's a power to. I've seen some of your logos words. Dr crossed out. Yeah i liked that because it implies once was no no longer is and so i mean. There's a huge thing to say. Like i can sit here right now and tell you that i'm not a doctor who cares right but to be a doctor and then to not be a doctor by deaf. Written or by accreditation is huge. That's huge and i very much look forward to serve watching that process for you because that's also liberating for you as well. It's more part of your journey. It's it's it's funny a few things that you talked about in there. I wanted to ask. But just didn't if you were related to tommy john because you see that surgery all over baseball. Yeah and now. The son of tommy john sitting here tommy john junior. They're still having a every year. Great pitchers go down to tommy john wherein if they would have just talked to tommy john right they could have probably prevented the place and this is something that it blows me away but it..

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"tommy john" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"tommy john" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"Died into the socket. Four different doctors touch the needle because they couldn't get it in the socket. Whatever they inject loads of this die which minds you now my kidneys and system has to process by the way and if i have a kidney problem is not going to be because of the die by the way it would be something else right. N- it really is not the thing. It's my inability to adapt to the die. Not the die But i go in. And i got an infection. Two days later hundred five degree fever shoulder swelled up the worst. I've ever felt that wasn't emotional. Pain in my entire life like the worst physical pain of ever endured my entire life of vomiting. Because of the pain and i had a pretty bright future still this point so i go in and they go ahead and cleared it out on one months of. Iv antibiotics one month. If we know what antibiotics due to the gut flora to the system to i was on one month of intravenous. Antibiotics think about that. Okay so now. Another thing we go in and it's like well the imaging shade you because your shoulder and this and that will the image came back and i just had like a inflamed muscle. They called tendinitis which is just healing muscle. That's all that it's so there wasn't really nothing anything wrong. But then i acquired an environment that i had to heal from called in section again and infection is the total intelligent response by the by. It's not like an unlucky thing. If i didn't have the infection i would have died immediately like immediately by what was brought in through my skin from the outside because they pierced my skin so i was in an environment that if i could have been given time or the medical care from the only medical doctor trust dr cassie huckabee. Who doesn't do anything but She's a black sheep among blacks Like the mega mega blacks. You could. I have beaten that environment. And he'll from a guarantee..

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"tommy john" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

The Mental Mastery Alliance

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"tommy john" Discussed on The Mental Mastery Alliance

"Day today. You know you guys listen to me bitch about necessarily not doing guest and sort of changing up a little bit about what we're saying adds new energy. There was so much negativity that went into a lot of my podcast. And i know that you know that. And i felt that you felt it and and summertime roll through canada and we just had the most amazing july and august. I look back at it. And i'm like you know what i put episodes in the whole two months. But we're gonna we're gonna hit the ground running september october. There's going to be a lot of new stuff coming along as a lot of great change is happening In everything and every aspect of everything like literally. The energy of the world is an exploding right now in such positive lights. You just definitely have to be able to look and see and comprehend kind of where you are in the whole thing today have a rockstar of an absolute guests This guy has. He's did the whole doctorate. He was a doctor. He helped everybody that everything he was supposed to do. One day said focus. I have with me today. You guys probably already know who he is. If you guys know just i know my audience. I know that some of you are like oh crap anyhow today. We got on the show dr x. That tommy john man. Welcome to the show had have you. I appreciate it man. Thank you so much. it's really cool to you. Know to sit here and and have the opportunity to out with you and just sorta share with the audience. The things that you know and things that you know basically you learn through chaos learned through you know doing everything you were told to do and being like right this thing and you i sit back and a little friend of mine. I adore her pieces of. She is probably your biggest fan unraveling your nursery. You'll see her on the instagram. She interacts with quite a bit. And she said you gotta check this guy out because she you know she notices me and i got a water. And here's the thing so for me. I'm on this huge huge kick myself person at quit drugs like bore four years ago. I quit drinking. I quit absolutely quick pork. I quit all the stuff. All the things that just in my mind weren't weren't proper cigarettes all that stuff cold.

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Duran Has Go-Ahead Single in the 9th, Red Sox Beat Rays 3–2

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Duran Has Go-Ahead Single in the 9th, Red Sox Beat Rays 3–2

"Jarren Duran had a tiebreaking RBI single in the ninth inning as the red Sox halted the race nine game winning streak three to two Christian Vazquez homered drove in two runs and made a nifty defensive play for the red Sox Boston lefty Chris sale tossed a season high six innings in his fourth start since returning from Tommy John surgery allowing two runs and six hits rays rookie wander Franco homered off sale extending his on base streak to thirty two games but Tampa bay's leading the AL east fell to seven games over the Yankees I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bullpen Problems: What Do the Yanks Do With Chapman?

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Bullpen Problems: What Do the Yanks Do With Chapman?

"It's time for another ten days off for Chapman. Remember when he pitched in the when everything turned around, honestly, when he pitched in the 9th inning of the 13 one Mariners game. Yeah. Like, about a month and a half ago, it's time for more of that. We're gonna need to send Chapman back to the 13 one games for a while because this ain't happening. I mean, do we have a problem with putting him in in the 7th or something? Do we have to kick a roll this Chapman's peeves to the next planet? I don't have an issue. Yeah. Yeah, why can't we maybe it's an ego thing? I don't like we said. We're not in the locker room. We don't know what's going on. Roll the shopping clearly can not close games at an efficient clip, if at all, he's had a problem throwing his fastball for now. It's going on three months. This is not there's no exaggeration here. It's a very big problem with the bullpen, very sad for Zach britton. He's at a hellacious season between the COVID and January to the elbow surge. The elbow injury early in spring training that resulted in surgery. Then the setback with the elbow, then the hamstring injury, now another setback with the elbow who's going to see a Tom John specialist when the team is on the road trip on the West Coast. His career could be over. Like you said, if it's Tommy John, then it's done. That means he's out until next September. And then that's just the end of it. He's done for this season. I think we can safely assume that. So now that creates a bit of an issue, obviously, the issue is always there because Britain was not serviceable in any capacity. I think he's had like three or four clean outings out of his 22 Red Sox rotation and rightfully so. But we just lost a 6 ERA set up, man. What it is. I don't know what they're gonna do. The Wisecrack should be the closer we've been saying this for how long now I don't see the issue with bringing in Chapman in make Chapman the new Chad green guy Chad green was kind of the fireman for this bullpen for the last three years. Why not make that Chapman for the time being until he gets his

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Sale Strong Again for 5 IP, Red Sox Beat Rangers 6-0

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Sale Strong Again for 5 IP, Red Sox Beat Rangers 6-0

"K. K. Hernandez Sander Bogart's and Alex Verdugo drove in two runs apiece is the red Sox dumped the Rangers six nothing Bogart's opened the scoring with an RBI single in the first inning and added a solo shot in the fifth Chris sale one for the second time in two starts since returning from Tommy John surgery last weekend scattering five hits and striking out five over five innings Kyle Schwarber was two for two with two walks and a run scored for Boston which remains a half game behind open for the second AL wild card losing pitcher Dane Dunning was tagged for five earned runs over four two thirds I'm Dave Ferrie

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Sale Makes First Appearance Since 2019; Sox Pound O's 16-2

AP News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Sale Makes First Appearance Since 2019; Sox Pound O's 16-2

"Chris sale was victorious in his highly anticipated return from Tommy John surgery as the red Sox routed the oriel sixteen to two sale struck out eight and allowed two runs over five innings in his first major league start in more than two years dating back to August of two thousand nineteen get back out again I don't know what I'm supposed to do yeah I have my family here and friends and and things like that well I'm just some really appreciate it Rafael Devers had a three run Homer and four RBIs and Bobby Dalbec hit two of the red Sox five home runs the Orioles have been outscored ninety eight to thirty two during their ten game skid Gethin Coolbaugh Boston

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Rays Ace Glasnow Has Elbow Tear, No Surgery for Now

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Rays Ace Glasnow Has Elbow Tear, No Surgery for Now

"The rates charged to the AL east title has taken a severe hit following a serious injury to Tyler Glasnow an MRI showed glass no had a tear in his ulnar collateral ligament and also a flexor strain putting the remainder of his season in doubt Glasson said he won't have surgery for now but he missed the rest of the season and at least most of the next if you elect to have Tommy John surgery glass that was tied for the most arts in the majors with fourteen he's also five in two with a two point six six ERA striking out one hundred twenty three in eighty eight innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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"tommy john" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tommy john" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Is her name as a wide turn by all, Tuvia scampers back to first. That one out single to hit game for our two vain he's aboard for McCormick. Plus, they lost Verlander last season. Well, Tommy John Industy did a masterful job piecing Pitching staff together with the likes of Ricky D. Yeah. Guys out of the bullpen is well, I had a lot of younger guys. I mean, Paredes says, and Christian Javi Air. Luis Garcia had to come up and Help out last year. A called strike on the outside corner of McCormack is over one with a walk. You know, Roxy one thing I had the Astros in the post season last year. Against the Rays. And so we get to talk to dusty every day. And one thing that he mentioned then was that he felt like Lack of fans in the stands really helped his younger arms to not have that extra pressure. One strike fastball just off the outside. McCormick wanted one without too vague first in one hour. So for his club, a good bit of the personnel. It was advantageous to Have empty ballparks if you will, and I think overall, it's probably good for the Astros as well because of full ballpark was only going to bring about more booze, no matter where you went. 11 pitch. McCormick Pops it back out of play wanted to.

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"tommy john" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"tommy john" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So I think he's going to see this thing out until that window is closing until it could be two years could be three years. We'll see. I mean, he's obviously gotta work a little harder to stay in shape in the off season. He does, but a lot of that was because he mean what could he do? It couldn't lift weights couldn't work out really with Tommy John surgery until later in the in the off season, so I think Inbounds. Definitely. I agree with you. I was saying bounce here. Now, listen. I mean, this applies to any any facet of life life. I know it's a little different with athletics because it's far more finite. That example the example that I'm going to give you but When we were growing up, it was commonplace. Like our parents. I'm sure your parents as well got married or had Children. Very young, like my parents were in their early twenties. So when my mom and dad were like, just out of college, just we're just in or just out of college Boom. I got married in my in my mid thirties, you know, so Santa just got married easiness. You know, he's seldom Santa 40 Now how it makes 40. These cells married. He's been married about a year. D So what now? 32 33. What are you? Fine, is he He's not 35 32 d cells 32, right? And you know I'm prematurely aging. You d sell me Listen, it's gonna catch up to all of us Don't need support The poor lad point being Is that you know, things change. And then all of a sudden people somehow waited Probably more people with school to colleges and you know, secondary degrees, And that's why it got got spaced out differently than the forties. Fifties, sixties and seventies where you're pursuing education deeper into your twenties. You probably not is inclined to get married and have kids while you're doing academics and I think what I mean by this is somebody like Ben a looking around, saying I'm Brady's 43. You know he's still going and that's gonna permeate the next wave of quarterbacks as well. Somebody like my homes. They will instead of looking around, saying most guys hanging up when the 37 38 as the previous generation of quarterbacks used to think and used to do They're probably now open to that. And when you're open to it, the limits of the body or stretched in the mind. So to me, this is easy. You're gonna have to strip the pants off of him Now. He might not be very good in two years that I would debate. But next year, I think you'll be pretty good. And I'm with you 2022. I believe he will still be playing unless you got from the gets really hurt. Yes. Are you in or you out? All right, Lakers reserved, Jared Dudley revealed that a new book that the team was motivated last year by pulled George's comments that the Clippers have the top duo in the MBA doubly road. Quote. We heard some of those guys talking about how they're the team to beat in l A. Now it's fine of Kawai says. Stuff like that. He's defending champion Quiet, but we think it's disrespectful for Paul George, who hasn't won to put himself on the level of LeBron and the A. D. Yesterday. What else is do you gotta respond? Hold, George did it basically said that, like the Lakers were motivated by this comment that you made on media day. But just about how you and quiet we're gonna be a tough too old to be jobless and God bless you..

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Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander says he needs Tommy John surgery

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander says he needs Tommy John surgery

"Such great news. Unfortunately for Justin Verlander Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander took to Instagram Saturday afternoon to deliver some tough news to fans. My simulated game couple days ago I felt something on my elbow. And after looking at the Emory and conversion was in the best doctors in the world. We determine that Tommy John Surgery is my best option. The 37 year old Verlander now officially done for the rest of this season, and likely much of next year, as well as he will undergo Tommy John surgery. Berglund has not pitched in the game since July 24th. He has been rehabbing a forearm injury, hoping to return to the team. Now the Astros in second place in the American League West. We'll have to make their playoff run without him. Ryan

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Astros' Verlander needs elbow surgery, likely out thru 2021

Pat McDonough

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Astros' Verlander needs elbow surgery, likely out thru 2021

"A star pitcher in the MLB, announcing that his season is over due to an injury. Foxes right mayor with the details. Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander took to Instagram Saturday afternoon to deliver some tough news to fan's game to go on being my elbow. And after looking at the marina and commercials in the best doctors in the world were determined that Tommy John surgery is my best option. The 37 year old Verlander now officially done for the rest of this season, and likely much of next year, as well as he will undergo Tommy John surgery. Berglund has not pitched in the game. Since July 24th. He has been rehabbing a forearm injury, hoping to return to the team. Now the Astros in second place in the American League West. We'll have to make their playoff run

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Julia Elbaba on keeping her pro dreams alive

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Julia Elbaba on keeping her pro dreams alive

"Our special guest is someone who was a legend in College Julia. L. Baba. High Girls! Thanks for having me. A brief rundown of Julian tennis career, she was number one in college as a junior Uva four time all American set a record at UvA singles with one hundred and thirty three wins, and then took her skills. Bro tour which is has been ranked as high as number three seventy two, so we want to talk about your career. Your Life, your tennis, story and kind of what's next for you because you're in New York I guess I. Where have you been for this whole pandemic? Have you been in New York or if you've been? So my father is a frontline health care worker in New York so I decided instead of like kind of staying away from him in the House I thought you know, let me just go to back to my. Stomping grounds at Virginia where things were kind of magical for me there i. just honestly they say best. Four years are in college and I never boating and when I actually went to school. I totally understood why they say that I can't get enough of that place. And I feel like many other tennis players that had attended UBA same way 'cause we were kind of all in quarantine together in Charlottesville from about mid March two up until a couple of weeks ago. We were kind of all. They're not necessarily hanging out, but we were all doing our thing in Charlottesville. Some people were hitting, but Just being there with so nice and The situation is a lot better there than New York is far as corona virus. So with regards to your college experience I. Mean I went to college for two years and I mean. You're clearly very excited talking about your college experience. What would you say like sticks out? What is it that you love so much about it? I just really appreciate a team environment of tennis and kind of playing for team. I actually that's the hardest thing I've been dealing with after call just kind of transitioning back to the individual lifestyle so playing for a team playing for your coaches, the school. The fans something about that was. Just brought me to life every day, and it was, it was beautiful and and also I'm a person that thrives in a situation where I have more than one thing going on multitasking so doing school with tennis I really that busy lifestyle, and that's kind of actually why. I started my own podcast as a way to have something else to juggle with professional tennis right now. It's a tricky time. I feel like especially. You just turned twenty six and you sound like you're still very connected to your college experience, but you did. Take your skills to the pro tour. Can you tell us where you're at in your career with tennis? Yeah so up. Until the beginning of two thousand, nineteen, I was going strong with competing traveling around the world. And then unfortunately, my body is very easily injured. I have a very muscular physique and it's just. Primarily like just genetics people think what are you doing, Jim that your body so muscular and strong like? Oh, you can ask my mom. But honestly I feel like the muscle mass. Mass! makes me more prone to injury and I'm actually now unhealthy but I was dealing with an injury for the past year. A torn UCLA in my right elbow, which is like You probably know what Tommy John. If you have to get surgery, it's Tommy John Surgery. But I didn't need that. Luckily I was actually ready to start competing again once. Quarantine hit sides kind of bad lockwood the timing. What's been one of the things that you've found other than the fact that you have to play for yourself now? I mean being on the tour is not easy. A lot of people just think that Oh. I was a good college player. You know now I'm going to just transition easily into the tour, but what was kind of the most shocking thing for you. Definitely the adjustment to just being on the road by herself. Obviously, if you know you're doing really well, you can bring a whole entourage and it's great. physios of massage therapists families all your support system, but also I Adore on court coaching. I it just really works well for me. And I get really tight and nervous on tennis court so having that coach during matches especially in college, I definitely thrived in that environment. So I'm actually very. Much like into trying to have coaching during matches in protest I think that would just be super cool. Tennis is like the only sport that doesn't have that like why.

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How COVID-19 Is Taking Us Back to the Core of Training and Human Movement

Just Fly Performance Podcast

07:34 min | 2 years ago

How COVID-19 Is Taking Us Back to the Core of Training and Human Movement

"Jeremy. Good to talk to you man. I feel like we talk about youth sports a lot and what would happen. I think about what happened if there was a big just atomic bomb so to speak dropped on the youth sports industry and it had to kind of restart from the ashes and on some level. Maybe were were there at least for the time being. But what do you think about that stuff with how kids are? What's what's what's happening in the level of kids in play right now with all that. Yeah well I think that you're stuck. You're stuck at home. You're stuck in your neighborhood and even are not even allowed you know. The kids are excited to be at a school right. You can't go anywhere you can't go to anyone's house you can't go on you know go play with any kids are not a close anyways so as we were saying before it's like. I think the one of the things that kids are doing a lot of that. I've seen it might have been doing it as ride bikes. You know because you typically away from each other. You're not too close not jumping wrestling like that. So I think that's one those things that You know we've talked about this before two things. The kids used to do that. Don't do anymore and this is one of a ride. Bikes is sort of like brought back from the ashes. Which is which is nice to see any other thing like we've been. We've been playing a lot of wiffle ball stick ball you know any of those games. We took the dog out the other day. I had up by one of my sons aluminum bat and I had aluminum bat. And we're GONNA tennis ball back and forth down the down the street to each other while the dog ran in the middle. You know what I mean. That's typically. He's at baseball practice or or or basketball practice. We even die. I don't know if you see my video but I we moved the We have a trampoline at our house and we moved the basketball hoop over above the trampoline. So that gets throwdown dunks and and play different games inside the inside trampoline which is pretty awesome too. So I know someone's going to get their hands header with gotten these days but still I'm worth I'll take that chance. Yeah they're gonNA be one of those youtube videos were like they're they're gets caught at their hanging upside down when I went out Saturday night my youngest son see seventy was like just hanging on the red after a dunk thinking these lebrons so you know it's keeping them busy and to keep it a move in and that's we need right now for sure. Yeah and it's going back at. Ci taking kids out of organized sports for the time being going back to the the fundamentals of everything the thing they probably should be doing more of right now anyways then I I like CR- with riding bikes to it. Just makes me think about all the all the creativity that comes out when kids ride bikes to you know you're coming. You're find different ways to go off curbs and and you know get around and then there's you know even though it's a bike and that's not necessarily running on the ground there's still. There's so many things that are happening. That are really exciting. Yeah Yeah for sure. There's a lot of like you know those those those little skills that you don't even think about like dynamic balance and and you know being able to like lateral balance. That's one of those ones right like side like you get you get good even like when you try to accelerate your like believing that bike like side to side while you're driving your feet it's route. I always loved how that looks when you see like Bmx guys racing stuff. So in of course the first thing my kids one of my kids did is the ramp who is that. They took their bike out. So everyone's riding down a little hill in China hit the ramp and jumping off the ramp and obviously someone falls right. Got To get up and scrape it off and stuff like that so but it's Yeah I feel like silver lining. I guess some of the things that are happening because of what's happening in the world where we're having to go back to things that that we did when we were kids you know so. It's it's exciting for I. Guess but I'm still not easy like my kids. Still my kids still have chromebooks and then they still WanNa go on there and and spend a Lotta time doing that. Stuff for playing. Ps four and all that but but You know that's one of those things where we have to deal with that to work around it yet. Yeah no I hear you. It's definitely a little bit of a balanced specially this age. But I I'd seen someone else posts out on social media. They said both for the first time in forever whatnot. I've seen Esau kids playing like in the neighborhood or something like that and I mean people like even just so many people who walk through my neighborhood as well you know what I mean just that I don't normally see just out for walks and trying to get outside Nocco stir-crazy inside their house so there was like two ladies walking around on Friday night at. They both had glasses of wine. Just walk into the streets hysterical hub. Jerry you had posted something about and I'm not too familiar with Something I I. I'm assuming someone had a more formal like he's pushups or like. Get your sweat on for kids. Type training thing you posted and versus as we've been talking about just kids playing and doing doing stuff right and so tell me a little bit about that in verse so that have been tallied versus some of the year. What your kids are doing. I think you ought to fund story to about your son had to run up the stairs and touch the various like furniture in a room and come back or so. Tell me about a little contrast between that type of mentality and then what you're doing so I think that it's not. I'm not trying to blame anyone but I think like you know. Probably some parents are adults. Think like Oh you know I do. This type of this type of exercise is good for me. It's probably good for kids and while moving is great for kids the only mean they don't respond or really care or have like the maturity to understand what exercise really is you know what I mean. They only movement they know games. They know things that engages them. It makes them happy. You know what I mean so I think that I think that trying to force them to do. Exercise is because you do it in or I should say an adult. Does it You Know I. It's obviously yeah. Movement is great but there's better ways in it's better ways to engage kids in there's better ways to get them to love movement that rather than get him to force them to do exercise in. It's like everybody way program. It's gotta be like just like you got to the ideas like to be out of breast while if you want kids to be out of breath outside play game of tag or play a game of hide seek or you know. Play a game of like a chase. Where like you have to run down. Play pickle those games kids have fun. There's objective they can they? There's A. There's a goal you know you've got to be safe for. You're going to be out you know there's things like that that they totally grasp and understand And so that's why I think those type of activities are so much better than just can't get the try to exercise you know. Obviously there's a point where a kid probably can exercise like I have a son that is He'll be thirteen in in a month right and he the day he was. He didn't WanNa go outside. Blais you know play with younger kids so I was like. Why don't you go downstairs in? You know go get a workout in. So he went out and did like you know thirty seconds so lunches medicine lamps and you know he did some he doesn't care about swings and things like that so he's sort of getting making that transition whereas like my younger my youngest son you know. He'll he'll plan a trampoline. He'll run around. He'll ask me to make him an obstacle course. Who WANNA wrestle? Daughter judge gymnastics so I brought home some gymnastics mats and she does cartwheels and flips and things like that. You know what I mean. So I think that's where you got to try to find movements and exercise and activities. That kids enjoy. That will lead them to do more than you know. Up Thirty minutes sweat of a body

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Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery

"In a time when hospitals are over stressed and bids are running short due to the corona virus outbreak some sports stars are still having elective surgeries Boston Red Sox ace pitcher Chris sale underwent Tommy John surgery Monday at a medical facility in Los Angeles this comes after New York Mets star pitcher Noah Syndergaard had Tommy John surgery late last week amid outcries of preferential medical treatment for athletes during the outbreak some states like Massachusetts and New York have ordered hospitals to halt all elective surgeries until after the pandemic I'm guessing cool block

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Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Red Sox LHP Sale has Tommy John Surgery

"In a time when hospitals are over stressed and bids are running short due to the corona virus outbreak some sports stars are still having elective surgeries Boston Red Sox ace pitcher Chris sale underwent Tommy John surgery Monday at a medical facility in Los Angeles this comes after New York Mets star pitcher Noah Syndergaard had Tommy John surgery late last week amid outcries of preferential medical treatment for athletes during the outbreak some states like Massachusetts and New York have ordered hospitals to halt all elective surgeries until after the pandemic I'm guessing cool block

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Major League Baseball, players union reach tentative agreement to salvage 2020 season

SportsCenter AllNight

01:48 min | 2 years ago

Major League Baseball, players union reach tentative agreement to salvage 2020 season

"Yes a baseball on a stand still like the rest of the leagues Major League Baseball Players Association have a deal a path forward if you will is baseball tries to figure out when it will return from a stoppage because of this corona virus a pandemic mark to Cher was on get up on how MLB should resume I think we have to be very careful how much we mess with a game that is built for a reason I mean nine inning games are very important to our roster construction and frankly team that spent a lot of money and spent a lot of time building a great bullpen which is what a lot of teams like the Yankees are doing nowadays that's a huge disadvantage to teams with good bullpens but I want to talk more about trying to squeeze as many games as you can into a shortened season is all about the money for the players and and Major League Baseball and I get it I understand that you want as much revenue as possible we have to be careful how much stress you're putting our players and how much you're actually changing the game well let's talk about the stress should be putting on players I assume primarily we're talking about pitchers and pitchers arms we see them somewhat dropping like flies anyway just in the normal course of order here is is that what your primary concern would be exactly that is remember guys started their offseason throwing schedule you some some guys start before Christmas but they've been throwing all ready for for five months you're going to continue to stretch the season out longer there's no doubt it's going longer we can debate how long it should go but you're going to have these guys especially starting pitchers get started stop start stop they don't know exactly how long they're gonna have to be throwing and then you're gonna throw guys notable times a week potentially bullpen guys gonna be over used so we have so many Tommy John surgeries and and shoulder surgeries in baseball we'll have more if we mess with the

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