31 Burst results for "Tommy Lasorda"
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Of course, we didn't find out about this until the week and we didn't have it on Friday morning, which I would have loved to have been able to talk about, but Tommy Lasorda Passing away. On Thursday night 93. Just talk about a talk about a great guy in baseball, just amazing, managing from 76 to 96 money to World Series titles, But here's the thing. You may not have nine and realize this about Tommy. Tommy, You know, I was a player back in the fifties. Released by the Dodgers in 1960, a modest players what they're describing him as in this article. But stayed on as a scout. Became the team's third base coach and 73 elated. Imagine 76. This guy stayed on with the team and worked with the Dodgers for 71 years. Wow. You show me somebody who has a 71 year career. It's not somebody like an entertainer, in other words, with the same company. Yeah, that's crazy. That is amazing. That is that is unreal, And that is fantastic. And Hated playing against him. But you've got to respect the guys who could compare like Tommy and you can see all sorts of tributes is out of folks have and I know a lot of folks are quitting their social media, but you don't have to find on social media. But do they do a, um Search on Tommy Lasorda brawling with the Philly fanatic. You got to see this video. It is classic. I haven't seen that one. The fanatic brings out like it looks like a doll that looks like Tommy. Or a Dodger and starts doing, you know, beating it up or whatever. And then Tommy comes out of the dugout and takes his little scooter from him. His four wheeler You know, I just It's just hilarious, but it's hilarious. But this guy He compiled up 5 1099 and 4 1039 record. So 15 99 wins 14 39 losses That's amazing. That is amazing. But Fanta 71. That's what 71 years with the same company. I see that the brawl started when he tried to steal his A T V. Well, Saturdays. Four wheeler starts before that, but yeah, he does. Take his a his. Yeah. Starts chasing him off the field. But, yeah, it's pretty funny. That's just That's back when baseball was a lot more fun than it is his name. All right. Just just remember this sword and just a great guy. Indeed, where 5 57 and Wdun way have to re program.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Unbelievable. Elephants. Gerald Frank Sinatra from 1967 and NBC Special A man and his music plus l A plus. Jobim, which we're going to play for your next week. We're gonna get the Antonio Carlos Jobim. But how about that? How about the energy? How about the love Frank Sinatra had for elephants. Gerald? Do you know when she showed up for that recording and that television recording for a big big primetime special? In the middle of rock and roll just taken over the whole scene. The old man got that band together, and he gets l A and you know what he did? He gave Ella his dressing room at NBC. She walked in. She was in my dressing room, Sir. Mr Sinatra. L insist that you use his dressing room. The ultimate respect. I mean, and you could see the love that we get a chance to Google that You and Franken l a TV. That's what you gotta Google. He gotta see. Oh, my gosh, The love they had for each other, and that was music. I'm telling you, I'm so appreciative here at 77 WNBC here on Ramsey, Mazda Sundays with Sinatra that we could pay respect an homage to that great music, that great music and you know, you wanna know something when that when that was on TV, you know the Beatles were watching, right? You know, you know Eric Burdon was watching. You know, Jimi Hendrix was going. Whoa, man, this guy is cool. You know what I'm saying? You everywhere I could roll every rock and roll. Going? Well, they are great. You know, I mean, yeah. You know what I mean? Come on. Hey, let's take some phone calls, and I got another classic I've been researching and having such fun with it, you know, finding these great great gems from Frank Sinatra. You know? Can we start? I got to go to Bill in Brooklyn. If I may. Bruce. Thank you, Bill. Good evening. Welcome to the show. Nice of you to call What's on your mind this evening. I got your bill. I got you, Bill. On. He's whacked. Okay. Somebody whacked him. He took somebody time Tony took about. Let me go to Steve on Staten Island. Steve. Good. I got to say good morning. I was gonna say good morning. Good evening. Welcome to the show, buddy. How are you, man? Good evening. You know that Sinatra mentioned the Beatles on his Spanish music album? Yeah, and also Joe. I told you once before for your listeners now about when Thomas Order was actually friends with Frank before he became manager, and Frank said E. Tom, if you become a manager Saying the national anthem which he did on opening day, 1977, You know what's so funny, Steve? You know what's so interesting to to that point is Dr Positano very close with Joe DiMaggio and in the book dinner with DiMaggio by Dr Rock and his brother, Johnny. They talk about Jodi talking about Tommy Lasorda saying, And Jodie thought Tommy was one of the greatest major league baseball managers of all time. How about that? So you're right. They were Mr Sinatra loved them as well. So go ahead, man. What's on what's on your mind? Yes, I was going to suggest that you have probably got it mapped out, but they used to be a ballpark or off the good, you good. Do you know what? See? You see, Steve, you are the mayor. Thank you very much. Thanks for calling. Thanks for being there. And you are so demand that Z T. C. This is where the respect comes. I tell you, you, you listening, You got the best ideas. It's a great idea. It's a classic classic song from old blue eyes is back and I remember I was doing radio in Princeton, New Jersey after I got out of school. As I insisted on only work in the major markets. Oh, was a Princeton, New Jersey, Epistle radio station man, and, you know, I did that. It was kind of like a middle of the road music back then, you know, like like, kind of sh won't see music. And then I saw an album Man I saw in the production manager's office and it was old blue eyes is back now I'm out of school. You know what? Um I like a 21 years old. And I said, Wow, Mr Franks analogy and you know, I started playing. I started playing it on the radio station. I think I got into trouble. You know what you're doing or not? This is not a Frank Sinatra station. A man when I'm on it is now so, but that album is great. We have to find that in memory of Tommy was sort of Steve. Great. I love when you call. I love what? You're great ideas. Let me go to Frank and Rochelle Park. Frank. Good evening. What's on your mind, my friend. Nice of you to call. Governor Frank Fallon's whether I wanted to give you my condolences on your loss of your friend Thomas Shorter there. Thank you, brother. Thank you. Yeah, I know that. I know that I hurt you. But I wanted to remind you that today is Frank. Junior's birthday. All you good. Look at this. I got a whole posse working for me Rich out there You are. Good for a thank you rest in peace, Frank Junior got Frank. Thank you. So much for calling. Thank you for always being there, Frank. I appreciate it very, very much and listening to the show and night, Frank Jr. Actually a great great talent in his own right? I actually was down in Atlantic City, and I was the master ceremonies, and Tony Bennett was there and who else was there? Frank Sinatra Jr. And Mr Bennet really kind of open and Tony at the top of his game now, like I've never seen this was this was a couple of years back maybe 567 years ago, But then Frank Junior got up. He was He was in his own right, great as a musician, and I don't think they credit that he deserves Frank Jr. And it was great when he would conduct the orchestra for Mr Sinatra. Great was that Let me go to Vinny. If I may have any high, always a guy named Vinny is going to call and I appreciate that very much money. How you doing, my friend Joe, Give me some bubble here. Know that city from Belleville. You took a shot? How many? Vinny's are in Belleville? You think that? I mean, we've got quite a curious about you? Yes, sir. Please, can you a dozen pictures of Frank Sinatra in 1967? My wife and I would down in Florida and being Martin was given the birthday party to Joey Lewis. Medium, so we went over there. There's a cloud in the parking lot, right? Yeah. Does all these entertainers I'm jumping the police line. Taking the pictures? Jackie Gleason, Jack Jones, Deanna Martin. And then what happened, Frank? Good. Sinatra's limo pulls up with Mia Farrow and another woman, So I jumped over the police line. Get right into No, no, they open store. Take a picture so that the cops grabbed me by the neck is I'm not gonna warn you again and be Mark. I mean, thanks. Not details that leave the kid alone, Please. This is great. You these pictures in February? I don't know if you got him. You know what kind of the Avellino productions did not get the money to track him down for you? Yeah, I'm gonna send them against he is. I gotta write one lesson Broadway. Sure. W A b c, you know, Send it over here. You know what that is, Vinnie. Thank you. Great story. Great story. So you got that? I want to see those pictures, man. I got to see those pictures. And thanks for thinking of me then And thanks for listening. Vinny from Belleville. Yeah, And how many of you look in the phone book on the Vinnie?.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Are so so very, very much about Vero Beach and Dr Town. We're not leaving our memories. Tommy Lasorda was 93 years old with Florida's news. I'm John Mc Weston. Wrapping up a year of Don't leave your home again, and you need to be wearing a mask along with plenty of the stupid coronavirus. Lockdown Way deck Use radio 6 10 W Y o D. Building. An impressive resume is of great importance to most of us, as is having an exceptional linked in profile both their platforms to show off our achievements, education and experience, hoping an employer will Jesus many try to do the same thing spiritually. Trying to build a resume to impress God with our good deeds, morality being a good neighbor, hoping that one day he might let us into heaven. The Bible says no amount of good works can save us because we all fall short. Here's the key trust in Jesus for doing all that needs to be done to make us right with God. Ah, fees is to 89 tells us for by grace, you have been saved through faith. This is not of your own doing. It is the gift of God. Not the result of works so that no 1 may boast. Will you trust in Jesus? He really is the only way to heaven. This is Bryant, Right? Speaking right from my heart for devotions. Text Devo 277222. Way all know the most common New Year's resolution. Get in shape and I her radio's got you covered..
Tommy Lasorda, legendary Los Angeles Dodgers manager, has died
"Tall of Famer and formerly Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda has died at the age of 93. He passed away Thursday after suffering a cardiac arrest. Lasorda was the Dodgers manager from 1976 to 1996, during which his team's won two World Series championships. I'm Jodi Guerrero.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"People thought i was crazy. Turned it down. But i wanna i wanted to I wanted to Get the dog your job. That was the dream for you. Certainly all those players on a team play for me in the minor leagues two guys in the hall of fame. Tommy gil hodges and mike piazza both both. I feel belong there. I'd like to hear what you think about it. Well no no doubt about it was tremendous this. This has this is a thing. I cannot understand how he has never ever gotten into this thing. You take just let me give you an example. I was on the committee. Where were you compare. We compared first basements Gil hodges and Pony caress good. Good league totally res- plagues five four or five more years than just did and there's all the numbers were about. Equal and bread played five years more than that. I just think whether what happened. I played five years exactly now. The specter hangs over the the the head of mike. Now you have bill madden. Who unfairly accused his guys like. Jeff bagwell mike. Piazza with no proof at all now. Mike should get in next year as a met fan. I hope he does unabashedly. I root for the guy. His numbers numbers. Money's got compli. They state hit more home catcher. Exactly had he. He was a the sixty second draft and As made two major legs and they were fun to get here and he certainly deserves. Talking about scoreless innings. Tommy you have don drysdale. You have orel hershiser. You have clayton kershaw all dodgers. Is that a coincidence. Well that's a. That's a out here exactly. It can't be a coincidence. It greatest organization in baseball. I never want to leave. I never wanted to leave it and And the here i am. This is my sixty six year with adagios. How did how did you enjoy the induction. This year i was up there this year. Tommy certainly deserving where bijou pedro and randy johnson We had great weather How did you enjoy going up to cooperstown this year. Always enjoy it seeing guys that you had seen in a while but sometimes those those speeches get too long. Yeah and the guys throw it complained about it. You know because. I know when i was ready to go up and speak those guys said. Hey tommy not too long especially when you have to listen to four from right. Tommy jokes with the old time. Br plaques that would get on me to make sure i didn't stay up there all day. Yes mostly was a little long winded. Wasn't he. I thought so. I i hear you so tell us what. What tommy's doing these days with the dodgers. I travel to minor leagues work with the players. There and do a lot of public speaking for the dodgers. And that's what i'm doing. I'm enjoying it very very much. And and and they come september. We'll be eighty eight years old. And as i said tommy you're one of the greatest ambassadors that That baseball has where does the gold medal fit in as far as as far as thrills for your time you know people people think i'm crazy when i said winning. The gold medal was more important than winning world series. Peoples would you crazy. I said no not crazy. I said the dodgers went to world series..
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on WTVN
"That's 1 805 78 24 101 805 78. 2400 Governor of Michigan Friday compared the storming of the U. S capitol to the storming of Michigan State capital. A few months ago. She was there to speak about the covert 19 crisis Interstate. But Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer also urging GOP leaders to continue to speak out against the type of rhetoric. That led to the siege on the U. S. Capitol, something she said she hasn't heard from them in the past. Eight months ago, I called on President Trump. They spoke with vice President Pence and asked state Republican leadership to bring down the heat. None of them did a darn thing and our militia breach security Last May and Storm the Michigan State capital and Lansing protesting against covert lockdowns. What we're saying. It's time to focus on our common enemy. The virus. Dave Packer, ABC News Baseball legend Tommy Lasorda died on Thursday. Tommy Lasorda was an icon at Dodger Stadium Long after he left his manager remaining on a special advisor, often seen in uniform on the field. In November. He was hospitalized for an unknown reason for a while. He was in the ICU days ago. He was released from the hospital and the Dodgers saying late Thursday night, Lasorda went into cardiac arrest and was pronounced dead. The sort of was 93 years old Alex Stone ABC NEWS Los Angeles Disorder was the oldest living member of the Baseball Hall of Fame that now belongs to Willie Mays, who turned 90 in May. This is ABC News. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years in $20 million searching for the next big trend, wouldn't you want to know what he found? If you're serious about making money from home without having to leave home, then write this down. W W W dot go here next dot com You decide your income. Get the facts now go here next dot com. Ryan Clark. ABC News You know where you were when the Golden State killer was arrested your a moderator on the Zodiac killer Subreddit, But now you're in search of a new challenge. Intersolv. The hit podcast that puts you at the center of the investigation Solved is like no other murder Mystery podcast, You'll track down killers hiding in plain sight here, all right? Yeah, It's just disturbing. You ever seen anything like this before? Not like this toe. Listen to solve. Download the free I heart radio app or listen, wherever you get your podcasts gonna get pretty chilly out there tonight as we do a little bit of clearing Dropped to 26 for the eventual low could see little patchy frost here in there and then on Saturday, the beginning of a beautiful weekend 37 in the afternoon. Pretty close to normal, and.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Thank you much. It's great to have you with us. The people in new york looking forward to hearing from you tonight often be here. Tommy ni- you signed with the phillies as an undrafted free agent in one thousand nine forty five but the draft impose undrafted free agent. Right you chose to go into the army instead. How does going into the army fit into your career as an honour. Well i have played one year of professional baseball and then i was drafted in where i made the last draft and spend almost two years and any army. Okay now you return to baseball and forty eight you had. You went up to schenectady which the folks here know. Now you're struck out twenty five amsterdam rub makers in a fifteen inning game. That was a professional record since broken. You remember that day tommy. Remember very well sure. Now the next to start you struck out fifteen thirteen. And that's what got the attention of the dodgers correct struck out Twenty five fifteen and thirteen and three successive starts amazing. We're total of fifty three strike out not too bad not too bad now. You major major league debut. Let's see that was on august. Fifth nineteen fifty four for brooklyn right. And you did you got yourself a world series ring as a member of the fifty five brooklyn dodgers. That's that was part of it. Yes and how'd you feel about that. All these failed a great win. Things happens good to you certainly And every you know since Since i've been in the game everything's going. Well now. the your brief tenure with with the denver bears you You influenced by ralph. How talk a little bit about ralph. Ralph hock was one of the greatest manages play for. He was a ball players manager. And i'll tell you something else. They should be all of fame. There's been very very successful as a manager in the major leagues over a period of years and he was a hero in the military in the second world. War the major exactly definitely. He received a commission on on on on the area just like that he was. We went from private to a major sure. Now threat friday called majors definitely now. There's a lot of talk tommy about the dodger way. The attitude towards players in the game talked to us a little about the dodge away. What that means to you way means that you gotta be proud of your organization. You had to play for the name on the son of your shirt and not name on the back of your shirt. You gotta give You gotta be part of a of a team. Everybody every play for you all pull for the same for the same thing in play for as i said for the name on the shirt that the movement the back. That's a great way to put it now. You had some great ball players. During those great days with the dodgers you had to thirty home run quartet. garvey say smith and dusty baker. The great infield of garvey lobes bill russell. And ron say talk a little bit about those days with the dodgers and some of those great ball players. Well you know that That that was one of the most outstanding teams. I doubt i'd seen it all those innovates. Living's those guys were great. But you know they'll same guys that the year before we finish with a big big margin behind the cincinnati reds. It's seventy six. We said. I think we finished about ten games behind him. They have a powerhouse. What i come in as manager. I immediately created rivalry between us in cincinnati. And i said I told him. I don't want anybody coming into the clubhouse anything on i hate the color red cincinnati reds and. You're going to hate them too. And by golly we beat them by twelve games he sure did. Yeah you did. Great job tommy definitely. We're talking to the great tommy lasorda. Tonight now the how about the rivalry against the yankees now. I know you probably don't wanna talk about it. But what a. What about that that Job that jackson did against the dodgers. Remember that but nobody remembers that we when we played them. We hit a five double plays we should have about eleven runs in the third basement was making plays out of his back pocket. I couldn't believe with the way he was playing and turn them into double place. We got a chance to score. Twelve runs exactly. Yeah nobody remembers. That really hurt us. That's what changed the oil game. Exactly basement nettles just gain ground balls either now. Y- hard hit balls to his left to right and he ate come up with each one of them turned to linda double place one of the greatest moments. Tommy had to be gibson's home. Run off eckersley siding. The you know if there was one of the most exciting moments of my life and my career in baseball and With this guy came to me. Tell me he's good at. And i put him up there and and That's the rub. Because i couldn't put him up before two outs because he could run and This guy hit the ball out of the ballpark. And one of the most dramatic wins in world series. History definitely the and one of the greatest moments every year. Exactly right to two guys you had playing for you. Mike socgen dusty baker. Could you tell they'd make great. Great skippers themselves ability. That's for sure when they played for me because they all used to question. Why did this and why did that want him to know why this this. This and whatever that was happening and So you know interested in in their future of band managers and both of them did did received that title and Both of them did so well. They certainly did now of all of all those moments we mentioned. Tommy maybe there's another one we didn't talk about. What was the greatest thrill for you. Well the greatest deal for me was when i was made manager of the dodgers. I worked hard very hard in the minor league system hopes and prayed that i would get the job of that you you you probably had many offers while under walt austin to take other jobs too. I did not turned them all down. Look i for example. Give you one example montreal off me. Three or contract fifty thousand seventy five thousand two hundred and twenty five thousand total to test the my books. Yeah i turned it down. And when i turned it down i was coaching. Third base for the dodgers. It making seventeen thousand dollars a year..
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on KOMO
"A pair of New Englanders were announced his president elect Biden's latest Cabinet nominees. Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, the pick for Commerce secretary Boston there, Marty Walsh, speaking after he was tapped to be the labor secretary, We're facing hard times. Nobody's tougher than the American worker. And now Now we have the opportunity to put power back in the hands of working people all across this country. Baseball Hall of Fame er Tommy Lasorda, who was the oldest living Hall of Famer, died Thursday night at his home in Southern California. According to the Dodgers. God has been good to me. Tommy Lasorda was a Los Angeles icon, a symbol of the city as manager leading the Dodgers toe 1599 wins and two world serious titles in ordinary guy He was manager from 1970. 6 to 1996 and 93 years old. He was in the stands to see the team when the 2020 world Syriza against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Dodgers are the champions of 2020 disorder, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997, and he remained as especial adviser to the Dodgers. Alex Stone. ABC NEWS Los Angeles United Airlines has followed other major carriers in banning emotional support animals. Passengers will now on Lee be allowed official served. Stars and small pets. If they pay a fee and keep the pet in a carrier for the entire flight. This is ABC News, Coma News Time 10 04 and our traffic Every 10 Minutes on the forest from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Mike Conklin. And coming up at 11 o'clock tonight, eastbound traffic over the evergreen Point Floating bridge will be closing for the weekend. Westbound lanes, though, will stay open in Seattle. We have an action in North Bound I five to south of I 90 and Snoqualmie pass. No restrictions. The roadways. Baron wet Stevens pass.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Map of Allah on with you until 1 a.m.. Thanks for staying up late with us. It's not quite his late on the West Coast where we're joined By Molly Night. She is the author of the Best team money can buy. Tale about the Dodgers when they were most recently sold. But also she is a senior writer for the athletic in Los Angeles. Hey, Molly, how are you? Am I I'm doing well, thanks for having me. Thank you so much for jumping on with us. It's good to meet you on the air. I reach out today. I follow you on Twitter for a very long time and always enjoyed the news that you put out information you put out, but I definitely wanted to reach out to you. And I didn't know your history. Or you know how much you because I'm way older than you. So I remember as a kid, Tommy Lasorda was just a colorful figure. In baseball, and he was always fun to watch and some of the funniest things they just earlier this week, somebody was putting out a video of him. Getting a mascot kicked out of the game. And it was crap like that. That just is so Tommy Lasorda that the game was more than you know, ridiculously serious. It was fun. It was a day at the park, and he was just one of those you know, in Chicago, we had done Zimmer and in New York's number two, but Zim as manager. The Cubs just had that same kind of to me. Tommy Lasorda feel where More than you know, just this This seriously thing. It was a game and it was fun and was good to come out to the ballpark. See characters like Tommy Lasorda. Yeah, I think that's right. I think in some ways, um he's sort of became like the Dodgers mascot, and I don't say that as like a, um to be like he was cheesy or whatever, but he's sort of became like this. Um It was like he even even keep up. Says he has to manage the team and gosh, over 20 years, 20 years or so. But even young fans know who he is because he's always around. They always eat before. No. He's gotten older, using anxieties that he lived a pretty lives pretty hard, you know, with the But everything that he did and it was kind of a face that he's really stuck around. Don't last that everybody. He was really proud of that. But You gave your show on the big screen. And you know this training, starting autograph? It will be beautiful. Hey, Molly. Molly, Hold on. Hold on for one second. Your phone's breaking up. Let me put you on hold. Let me having my producer Brendan, talk to you. Let's see if we can get your reconnected there. It sounds like your phone's fading in and out a little bit. But we want to keep talking about Tommy Lasorda and you know, and the amazing thing is, as I'm reading about him. He played not a good playing career. It all like made one start for the Brooklyn Dodgers. But sounds like maybe never even left the team on and work for them forever. I don't know if he spent any real time with any other team in Major league baseball. I think you know, Tommy famously quoted as saying. I am a Dodger blue. All the way through. It's my blood. It's in my you cut me open. I'll bleed Dodger Blue. I pray to the big Dodger in the sky. I don't think Tommy ever had any. Molly did he ever have any association with any other major league team? Or was he Dodgers through his whole life? No matter what. No, he didn't. He was Dodgers through his whole life. No matter what, you love the team. We've been a time when they didn't love him back. He was sort of field phased out his manager. He was cut when he was a heck of a picture back in. Um you know, the fifties and At one point he was cut because they brought up a kid named Sandy Koufax s so that before, not that, but I think he had a little bit of a rivalry with Sandy. Uh, you know all those years in? Obviously they were. They were You'd really do that for a customer whose 0.60 70 years. So it wasn't uh, you know, they was good fun, but, yeah, you don't. Really You don't really see that in this day and age, um, especially with free agency and was The people can't go into it. It seems like even the best coaches writing even the best managers at a certain point, they move on but overstay their welcome or or something happens, right? He was good anymore. I get it. You know her? Yeah. But he figured out a way to stick around for forever. And I do think for his family. I mean, he loved that team, and I do think that that was meaningful that they want. In October and he flew did he flew to Dallas to be there to see it? And I know in spite of the pandemic, you know, he's thinking low on 92 93. I'm not might not make it next year. Okay? Yeah, it was for him. It was like, takes comfort in that. What do you make Molly of you mentioned his longevity, and we rarely see that Bobby Cox was with the Braves for a very long time. But I look to hear in Chicago, Joe Maddon won a World Series with the Cubs by all rights in Chicago. He probably should be the mayor right now for life, because that's insane that he's the one guy in anybody's lifetime for a long time has ever won this and then a couple years later missing the playoffs Just one year they mutually decided to part ways. It's crazy to me that we don't give people more time to be a coach and know that The talent level is going to go up and down into expect to coach to always win or Lou, you know, based on what's there and available when we've got salary, Captain all these things. It's kind of crazy. I'm surprised that there isn't a little more. We got somebody that one. Let's let's give him a while before we would ever think of parting ways with them. I think they fall, too, is a specially attempts with the 162 game schedule every year, or at least in non pathetic. Here's the grind that ends in the out. I think that people can really start to wear on each other, even even if they're good friends, even if they're good at their jobs. I think that that's tough, and I think, especially lately we've seen how really is the general manager of the president of baseball operations to have Had bar control of the team that the manager of the news, you know often they're the ones that are involved in there today. Construct the roster. They're involved Atlanta construction and their fault, you know, telling their managers we don't want these kids. Certain starting pitchers to go through a lie out more, you know, face to land more than twice and all that, So it's a little less. Um, it's tough and you can see how that would be. You know, there has been a lot of that. Nomad and obviously a very good manager. He's he hasn't had much to work with. Now. I'm going to see the results last year with no starting pitchers, but I agree with you. I kind of thought he would be there forever because We obviously can't buy a break in Chicago for the rest of his wife. So, but I guess he wanted to come out. Oh, um I don't know Anaheim and not with a swell well, I would think that if the Cubs would have said, Hey, we love you and we want you to be here. I would think they could have, you know, because theoretically, there was still a lot of name players on that team when they left him the way still squeaked into the playoffs the first year under David Ross..
Tommy Lasorda, legendary Los Angeles Dodgers manager, has died
"Lasorda is dead. At the age of 93. Jason Camp, Adonia has more the sort of manage the Dodgers from 1976 to 1996. Leading the team to two World Series titles during his time is manager Lasorda said he would do anything to win and says he wants attended church with an opposing team's manager and watch that manager light a candle after the service When he left, I went down and I blew that candle out. He also had a way with the press after a maid. Your loss. We gotta pay for that sort of had a heart attack in 1996 and retired from managing the Dodgers shortly after the Hall of Famer is known for always sending the message that hard work will get you success. Give it everything that you have do the best. You can do it. Your bank will reportedly pay upwards of $100 million
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Of age and older to be prioritized in our prioritized phase one B And she says that group One B is triple the size of health care and care facility workers. And finally tonight, Oh, shattered bad catches Tommy Lasorda, his coaching in the third base coaches box, He pops right back up, and he's all right. Yeah, I'm one of the most recognizable personalities in American sports has died. Tommy Lasorda, who managed baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers for 20 years. Died at his home. He was 93 after 71 years in the Dodger organization. He led the team to two World Series championships in the eighties, and he spent the last 14 years as a team advisor. Now this order was a newspaper and media darling because of his gregarious personality and his one liners. Two of his more famous quotes included one when he was asked if one of his players was dogging it or not working hard enough, and he retorted, he isn't dogging it. A dog is loyal and chases balls. Another famous quote was when Lasorda's wife of 71 years, Joe complained that he loved baseball more than he did her, He said. Well, that may be true, but at least I love you more than football, basketball and hockey. Or I, P. Tommy Lasorda. Hey, thanks for listening to Arizona's Evening news. I'm Jackie Lynn. And in less than five minutes, Deborah Dale has the latest and we have Dave Ramsey, right after that, on the house means home improvement and repair advice is free of charge. When you listen to Rosie helping Arizona homeowners for over 30 years, that's Rosie on the House. Saturday mornings. Eight Till 11 on Katya Our news 92 3 FM. And the key to our news up. Are your parents getting.
Former Los Angeles Dodgers HOF manager Lasorda dies at 93
"Angeles legend has died. Tommy Lasorda died last night, according to the team. Lasorda suffered a sudden cardiopulmonary arrest at his home late former Dodger skipper was just released Tuesday from an Orange County hospital, where he spent about six weeks. Hall of Famer since 1997. Lasorda lead the Dodgers and two world serious championships two World Series losses during his 20 year managerial career. He was colorful. Not afraid to tell you what he thought my opinion of his performance. Do you think of my opinion of it? I think it was before it was a motivator. By all accounts, a great manager at the helm of the Dodgers for 1976 to 1996, but with the organization for more than 70 years, also was a player and executive Lasorda was 93 Jim Group K ABC
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"President elect Joe Biden at an economic briefing today, our sympathies and our concerns go out for his family. And the people responsible should be held accountable. And they will be. Federal prosecutors announced more arrests from the day of violence and destruction. Richard Barnett was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas on a number of federal charges, among them disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Barnett was the one scene with this muddy boots propped up on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desk is he posed for pictures? He was also charged with stealing mail. A BCS Aaron Carter ski president elect Biden says he'll speed up the release of Corona virus vaccines when he takes office, Biden says while vaccines give us hope the rollout has been a travesty. This is ABC News Baseball legend Tommy Lasorda has died, the sort of spent 71 seasons with the Dodgers last 14, a special advisor, often seen on the field wearing his uniform. He wanted to see one final World Serious championship, which he did traveling to Arlington to Access in October, he saw the Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays. Not long after he was in the ICU. Released from the hospital days ago. He went into cardiac arrest at home on Thursday night. Tommy Lasorda was 93 I like Sony ABC News Los Angeles. Identical twins aren't so identical. A new study published in the journal Nature found identical twins are not genetically the same. Scientists in Iceland looked at DNA's sequences from 380. Seven pairs of identical twins and found on average, They differ by 5.2 genetic differences. Until now, scientists believe twins, physical differences were based on nutrition or lifestyle and not genetics. Rina Roy.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The president has conceded. The election will get to that in just a second. Before we get to do all of this a few things I want to say another reason we started out with that piece about Tommy Lasorda. Is that the former Dodger manager Hall of Fame memory is Had he died at the age of 93. Again as a pitcher back in 1949. I think he played Ah, handful of games in the major leagues never really had more than what's called a cup of coffee. But he ended up becoming the Dodger manager for a number of years course won the World Series. And just a joy to watch and to be around. I've had the occasion to be around to have been around Tommy many, many times, including When I was at another station. I used to have my mother on every Friday. She was on for about an hour every Friday. And it was probably the most popular segment of our show. My mom is a registered Democrat. So we argue all the time. And My mom died. And so we ended. Obviously the Friday segments so she had not been on the air for I want to say, maybe 34 years and Tommy came in on do sit on the show to promote something to do something. I can't recall what the occasion was. But he says, you know, Larry, I just love your show. You love your show. You're so energetic yourself. You're so intelligent. You're so funny. You're so whether you're so clever and I love Fridays every I never missed a Friday. Your mom's on every Friday. I never miss right answer. Well, Tommy. I never missed one. Tommy. I never miss the land. You had her on last Friday, too, And she was hysterical like she always is. And so I just let him go. I couldn't. I couldn't. I was adorable. I could not stomach the heart to telling my mom had died four years ago. So Tommy had an assistant with him, and I said to the guy during the break, I said, Tell Tommy, My mom died four years came back on. Tommy didn't miss a beat. Just kept going. It did you didn't matter. He was he was amazing. Anyway. Dodger legend Tommy Lasorda dead at the age of 93. Now we're in the category of sport. Speaking of which LeBron James Has quote. Finally, the article says, spoken out about what happened at the U. S. Capitol. On Wednesday. Finally spoken out, meaning? The world was waiting for LeBron James to weigh in, and he took almost a whole day before he weighed in. So thank goodness that the man stepped up. Give us his opinion, which is, of course. He said. We live in quote to America's, and he spelled America with three K's KKK. I wonder what that means. And James posted a picture of himself on Instagram with us a shirt that read in all caps. Do you understand now? I know the answer to that. You still don't cause no matter what happens, you still won't be judge Look at crazy. Chain beaten, hung shot to death because of the color of your skin to America's. As I mentioned spell with KKK we live in and it was at full capacity live in direct yesterday in our nation's capital at the Capitol Hashtag, I pray for better days. For my people. End of quote. Um All right, I guess since Black people from my knowledge. Weren't killed five people died. I don't know the identity of four of them, but one of them is a two of them. I guess. One of them is a white male cop. The other one is a female air force that They're both white. So the other three. I have no idea what the race of the other three is. I doubt that LeBron James note, either. So it probably isn't that Guess it's this theme that Joe Biden and other started yesterday, which is You know, Joe Biden said. I got a phone call from my area of text or whatever it was from my granddaughter. And she said pop I know what all of you were thinking the same thing. I was thinking She's been calling corn pop, she said. Pop. I was just looking at this on TV. This insurrection. The siege of Leningrad. It was like Work, You'll find d Day. Only bad guys. And I said to myself, If they were black. How were those protesters and rioters have been treated? It would've been treated very differently. It was slaughtered. Been mowed down. It would have been a Ziff, who day and You say? Put him feet first in wood chippers. It would've been horrible. And Joe Scarborough said the same thing. I'm looking at this thing, and I said to myself, that's a good thing. Though. Protesters weren't black make up. I'll tell you what they would've been horse tied. With a joy Reid, who said they would have been assaulted, chained and Dead. Have they been black? Now to finish the thought from yesterday. I'm watching this thing. And I'm looking at this horrific scene of how these people breached the Capitol building, hoping nobody gets hurt, hoping the officers are able to maintain order, hoping there's no destruction of valuable of, uh you know, artifacts and things like that in that building. How this looks by from terrorists that they're saying how easy it is to be. That's what I'm thinking about. It never occurred to me to go. You know what, Larry? I wonder what would have happened. Had these people been largely black people. Uh, I guess I had other things on my mind. But if you want to play that game, let's play the game. Holding in my baby Browne. Libertarian Fingers aren't from The Wall Street Journal April 27 2016 headline. This study found race matters in police shootings, but the results may surprise you. And the article very detailed. I urge you to go get it yourself. We have it up on larry elder dot com. And it goes through a very thorough analysis of how studies analysis research back to the seventies show. The police more hesitant, more reluctant to pull the trigger on black suspects that on white suspects Washington State over Syriza of years, three studies, all of which reach the same conclusion. Officers were three times more hesitant to pull the trigger against a black suspect than a white suspect. So you want to play this game about what would have happened? Had the protesters been black. The likelihood is they would have pulled back even more, and the building would've been trash more. Called the focus and effect. Heard about it. Officers afraid of being called racist pull back. Bad guys know that they get more aggressive. It happened in Chicago. Happen in ST Louis right outside Ferguson..
Tommy Lasorda, fiery Hall of Fame Dodgers manager, dies at 93
"Of Fame manager who got to the L, a Dodgers to two World Series titles, and later became an ambassador for the sport. He loved during these during his get this 71 years with the franchise 71 years he passed away today. The doctors announced he was 93 years old man, Tommy
Former Dodgers HOF manager Lasorda dies at 93
"Of of its its Hall Hall of of Fame Fame managers managers and and a a legend legend in in the the game. game. Tommy Tommy Lasorda, Lasorda, the the former former Dodgers Dodgers manager, manager, guided guided the the team team toe toe to to World World Series Series titles titles more more from from CBS CBS is is Chris Chris Martine. Martine. After After suffering suffering a a heart heart attack attack in in 1996, 1996, Lasorda decided it was time to focus focus more more on on family family and and less less on on the the field. field. It's It's not not the the end end for for May. May. Ladies Ladies and and gentlemen, gentlemen, That's That's the the beginning. beginning. He He was was inducted inducted into into the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame following following his his retirement, retirement, But But Lasorda Lasorda couldn't couldn't give give up up the the sport sport He He loved loved in in 2000. 2000. He He managed managed team team U. U. S. S. A A two two gold gold at at the the Sydney Sydney Olympics. Olympics. Lasorda once said that after his death, he wants a Dodger schedule taped to his tombstone. Every year. Chris Martinez.
Lasorda, fiery Hall of Fame Dodgers manager, dies at 93
"Lasorda had been with the Dodgers for seventy one years he often said I believe Dodger blue he led the team to two World Series titles speaking in nineteen ninety seven Tommy lasorda said he realizes baseball is a team sport I never got a base hit for the ball club I never struck anybody out but I had the greatest guys in the world plan for me among the shortest career highlights a dramatic home run by Kurt Gibson that help the Dodgers beat Oakland in the nineteen eighty eight World Series shot heard around the world it was a shot that really paralyzed eighteen they never recovered from it the sort I later became an ambassador to the game he loved the Dodgers say Tommy lasorda died of a heart attack I'm at Donahue
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on WTOP
"So call the day 8444 to 5 36 69. That's 8444 to 5 36 69. 8444 to 5 36 69. It's the biggest no brainer in the history of mankind. Call us at 8444 to 5 36 69 then unless 3304 not alone supply, equalizing London right subject to change. 1 36, another Baseball Hall of Famer has died. Dodger icon Tommy Lasorda has died of a heart attack at his California home, W T. O P. S J. Brooks. Now it takes a look at a colorful and accomplished career. That spanned 71 years. The baseball world is sad after news that former L. A Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda has passed away. He was 93. At the time of his death. He was the oldest living Hall of Famer. Lasorda, who managed the Dodgers to two World Series titles, visited w. T. O P and 2014 on his way to receive the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award and among many topics, spoke about his health issues. I had to quit managing because of my heart, and the doctor said that I just couldn't stand to travel. Thing and everything. Well, I'm traveling more now than that night with a bad heart. The sort of bored in Norristown, Pennsylvania, pitched for the Brooklyn Dodgers before the team moved West and also managed the US to a gold medal in the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. J. Brooks. W T o P News We've got traffic and weather on the way Next. 1 37 You own a timeshare, And it's the time of the year for eye popping maintenance fees arriving in your mailbox. How much will it be this time? You're kidding me. That's just ridiculous. Really? How much do you actually use it? Is it really worth all that? The vacation times you want? Never seem available. Your fees keep going up. And now you're getting slammed with Mork costs still having fun? That's it. I'm.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Rocket mortgage is with you every step the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience. One amazing weekend. This is going to be You've got the super wild card weekend. There is a double triple header three games Saturday, three games Sunday. It's gonna be amazing, so a ton to cover in that regard. Phone lines are open. Opened phones 1 806 368686 I mentioned also in our number one very sad note. Tommy Lasorda passed away last night at the age of 93. I think many of you know, I made Los Angeles native made it very clear in the program year after year after year. I don't root I do not route They pay me not to root. I've never been that fam Boy. I've always tried to maintain a certain objectivity. I can't root But I would not have this job and I wouldn't be in this position if I didn't love sports if I didn't have an obsession with sports, like a lot of you listening, and like a lot of you listening I grew up with that. I grew up in Los Angeles. I was a die hard Dodger fan. Moss on record as saying. My childhood heroes that's something else I get. Who's your favorite player? I don't know. I stopped having one when I got into the business, so I stopped having one when I was much younger. But growing up. I had favorite players. My three favorite players growing up is a kid Los Angeles. We're Gail Goodrich of the Lakers, the Penguin Ron say of the Dodgers. And strangely enough Terry Bradshaw of the Steelers. But I was all about the L. A Dodgers all about the Dodgers man I loved loved the Dodgers. So is I got into the business. It was you more more fascinating to I to maintain that objectivity. But, of course, always kept a close eye on the Dodgers and then Tommy Lasorda and Tommy would come on the show quite a bit. And this show had a really good relationship with Tommy. Like when you think of the Dodgers. When you think of the Dodgers, you have to think of time in this sort of. In fact, I'm not sure you're ever going to find a person. More linked to a professional sports organization than Tommy Lasorda with the Dodgers and that's not hyperbole. I mean, he was just that iconic. He spent 71 years with that team. He spent more than seven decades with that team, starting as a pitcher, then a scout, then a minor league manager, then a major league third base coach, then a major league manager. Also some time as GM, a senior VP, a special adviser. 71 years he won two World Series championships as manager. He won four NL penance. He won the division eight times, and that success earned him a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame. And if you know this show, you know, Tom and I spoke a number of times over the years, and we had some amazing moments. We had some great moments like if I were to say to you, Word association or what's first thing comes to mind. When you think of Tommy and this program, many of you would quickly go to his rant about golf. You tell May it's easier to hit that ball. It's coming at you, 90 and 100 Miles an hour, then hit that little white ball that standing still, You know what? I don't understand. Here's a guy playing golf. And a guy Croft hate and the announcer goes Now, Ladies and gentlemen, he is now going to hit off this tea. It's 425 years, the guy standing up to the plate hitting off a Nolan Ryan, throw the ball 95 Miles an hour and 50,000 people are screaming and you tell me it's easier to hit a baseball. Then they hit that golf ball. What's the matter with you? Nobody like him. You wonder why Loved having tell me on this show, because he would always show up like that. You wonder why I loved having Tommy on this show. Because if Tommy had to choose between me and Larry King live, who do you think he was going to choose? A reporter called me a friend of mine called me And he says a couple of people have Houston that said that, you know that you weren't coming back. I said, Well, if that's what they say that you go ahead, write it because I had not made a decision. Nobody knows nobody could have said anything with real proof. You see what it means? You can't see what Tommy that that would really rock. Everybody's world. That was a hell of a tribute to you call 8740. No, I can't King live release. Who's it from Larry King Live? Well, I can tell. It's called. Tell the Call me back. Thank you. That was the day of the emergency breakthrough. An emergency breakthrough. Remember those days? Are you old enough to remember that function of telephone? Tommy Lasorda is talking to me live. And we're talking about some breaking news or some speculation and quote Larry King Live is on the other line trying to get through and Tommy said Nah, nah, I'm good. I'm talking to Jim Rome Live. We had so many conversations, including conversations then about Pete Rose every year of spring training, the manager has to read the gambling roll. The team. And the gambling rules specifically states that if you are caught betting on baseball, it's a one year suspension. But if you are caught betting going your own team It's a lifetime suspension, Pete Rose was caught betting on his own team. And that isn't a federal rule. That is a role in baseball..
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on KGO 810
"We've studio in Burlingame Bay area. Stay at home order was due to be lifted today. But the number of available ICU beds does not support doing that. As of today, the Bay Area has an ICU capacity rate of 3.5%. The state mandates stay at home waters when the rate falls below 15%. That means the Bay Area stay at home order is being extended likely for at least three more weeks, if not longer. The Dodgers confirming on Twitter Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda has died. He was 93. ABC. Is Alex Stone, taking a look back at his career. God has been good to me. Tommy Lasorda was a Los Angeles icon, a symbol of the city as manager leading the Dodgers toe 1599 wins and two world serious titles. Just an ordinary guy. He was manager from 1976 to 1996 and 93 years old. He was in the stands to see the team when the 2020 world Syriza against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Dodgers are the champions of 2020 disorder, was inducted into the baseball hall. The fame in 1997, and he remained as a special advisor to the Dodgers like Stone, ABC News LOS Angeles Ah viral fundraiser effort is helping Tadich Grill in San Francisco stay in business during the pandemic. The owner and workers of the oldest restaurant in the city found out this week that the restaurant will soon receive more than $31,000 to help make it through the crisis. Money is coming from the bar Stool fund, which has been helping small businesses during the crisis in July. The view which family said the federal relief money had run out,.
Hall of Fame Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda dies at 93
"Former Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda is dead at the age of 93 sort of made his major league debut as a player in 1954 for the Brooklyn Dodgers, which Lake Moved to Los Angeles. He then managed the Dodgers from 1976 to 1996, leading the team to two World Series titles. During his time his manager, the Dodgers won four National League pennants and eight division titles. He had a heart attack in June of 1996 and retired from managing the Dodgers The next month assorted, then came out of retirement to manage the U. S Olympic baseball team in the 2000 Olympics in Australia, where he led the Americans to win gold, the sort of recently intended Game six of the 2020 World Series where the Dodgers defeated the Tampa Bay Raised to give them their first World Series title. Since 1988. The current president,
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Won't be there for the handoff on Lisa Brady Hawkes News said. Day after committing to an orderly transfer of power, President Trump announces he'll skip the actual ceremony boxes. Rachel Sutherland has more live Lisa's tradition for outgoing presidents to attend inaugurations. But President Trump says he's not going. He made the announcement on Twitter, also saying the 75 million Great American Patriots have voted for him. We'll have a giant voice, and they will not be disrespected or treated unfairly in any way, shape or Form. Trump will be the fourth president, Skipper Successors inauguration along with John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. The last time that happened wasn't 18 69. Lisa. Thanks, Rachel. No official word yet on whether he also plans to forego other symbolic parts of the transfer of power, including a White House meeting. The acting U. S attorney general, just announcing the FBI and D. C. Police will jointly investigate the death of the U. S. Capitol Police officer who was injured defending the capital during Wednesday's attack and later died the fifth death. Stemming from the riot. Theo US has set another record for coronavirus deaths over 4000 for the first time yesterday, bringing the total to more than 365,000 lives. Lost in the U. S. Is the pandemic began, and it's still killing jobs, too. We're seeing the first month of jobs lost since early in the pandemic. There were 140,000 fewer jobs in December, though the unemployment rate remained the same at 6.7%. Economists were expecting to see the labor market lose moment. Him in December, but few were predicting a decline. Boxes. GeneCo's Sola. We're just getting word that baseball legend Tommy Lasorda has died. He was the pitcher who became a Dodgers manager, a global baseball ambassador in the national treasure. Tommy Lasorda. Was.
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Yard. Yeah. So this is just short of a yard. Dodger legend Tommy Lasorda in the hospital. He's 93. He is said to be resting comfortably in an intensive care unit in Orange County somewhere, and what I don't think is in this particular Version of it is he actually went into the hospital last week, The Dodgers didn't announce it. Until yesterday. They tweeted it out. But he has been in the hospital for a few days. Resting comfortably is not a particularly good phrase it it could and can say that it's very grave and he is on pain medication. It's you, you're resting comfortably. When you're in the last stages of life and met many cases, I would not be surprised if we heard that he has died. I wouldn't be now. Hopefully he's just resting comfortably. But it could be either way we'll see. Over the next few days. I did see a report on TMZ, though, that he went in for a heart issue not related to Corona virus. Because I think a lot of people immediately went does he started and he's 93. Well in a heart attack is what Caused him to retire from managing the Dodgers back in with 96. I think he had a heart attack in like a month later, he said. Okay, I got to slow it down. All right, let's go ahead and take a break. We'll come back and we'll finish handle on the news on this Monday morning, November 16th that.
Dodgers Hall Of Fame Great Tommy Lasorda Hospitalized In ICU
"And sad news from the world of baseball. Former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda is in ICU that in Orange County, California, the team says the 93 year old is resting comfortably. Lasorda was that the Dodgers World Series clinching win last month. It was sort of course retired from managing after a heart attack in
Hall of Fame Dodgers manager Lasorda hospitalized in ICU
"Manager Tommy Lasorda has been hospitalized in Southern California. The Dodgers say they're 93 year old former manager is in intensive care and resting comfortably in at hospital in Orange County. We don't know why is there but we'll sort of previously had heart attacks in 2012. 1996 was sort of manage the Dodgers for 20 years, guiding them to two world SYRIZA titles. Police in New
L.A. Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda hospitalized
"Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda is in the ICU, TMZ reported earlier. The 93 year old former manager was taken to the hospital with heart issues, the report adds. It had nothing to do with the coronavirus. The team tweeted today that Lasorda is an intensive care resting comfortably his career with the Dodgers fans over 70 years. Matt Matt in
Former Dodgers manager Lasorda hospitalized
"Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda remains hospitalized in the Los Angeles area. The 93 year old former manager was taken to the hospital with heart issues a report from TMZ as it has nothing to do with the coronavirus in the team tweeted today that was sorta is an intensive care but is resting comfortably.
Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda in intensive care
"Former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda Has been hospitalized really in Orange County. He is said to be in intensive care. According to the Dodgers. They say that Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame great Tommy Lasorda has been hospitalized. He's 93 years old. He was admitted and is in intensive care resting comfortably. Says the family appreciates everyone's thoughts and prayers. However, they're requesting privacy at this
The Latest: Kershaw, Dodgers take Game 1 over Rays
"Vast fox sports radio networking glad you have chosen to spend A couple minutes with us and there is no debate. There is no debate where we begin this night, a radio the fall classic surfing the Blue Wave Cowabunga Dod's the Fall Classic, starting in a neutral site. Kind of on Tuesday night with Joe Buck every night, you get ajob of game and John Smalls calling the game on Fox. Did you watch? Maybe not will see that I don't imagine the ratings will be very good for this Thegame was lopsided in there's one team that has a fan base and another one that doesn't a national fan base for the Dodgers. Put on a pyrotechnics show. It was like the Fourth of July. Boom Bang Bam! The Dodger offense When Cody Bellenger Mookie Betts hit homeruns Clayton Kershaw mowing down Tampa haters like it was an April started Dodger Stadium on by the time The damage he'd done. Ella ended up spit roasting the raise 8 to 3 and Game one of the 2020 World Series for the Dodgers Get a leg up on the best of seven series now three wings away. From their first championship as a franchise since 1988 When Ronald Reagan was the president, Tommy Lasorda was waddling in the dugout and Kurt Gibson got wanted bat and hit a home run and is at all time legend because of that, as a Dodger, So let us discuss the question. What are your big takeaways? From Game one of the World Series, a domination situation for the Dodgers. So I've got the white whale hand grenades and Smurfs and we will tie all these things together. Now we talk about the World Series. Game one. You start with us. Accounts on Lee is just one game. It doesn't matter that much in the big picture. It's only one game. However. I'm going to disagree with that statement because the feeling that one gets watching Game one of the World Series from the Dodgers side of things. It's like hitting a two team parlay. It doesn't seem like a one win situation. Night, so don't undersell the importance of a game one win for Los Angeles and I'll tell you why. Because the Dodgers winning a Clayton Kershaw playoffs start As easy as a B C. 123. Is not something that happens very often, right. You feel like you dodged a bullet when you win a Kershaw game in the playoffs in a big play off game, Kershaw has been the dog with fleas in the postseason. And while many of my colleagues on television like to downplay Clayton Kershaw's missteps on radio, we don't do that We don't his World Series resume coming in. I would have him in the bread line. If that was his resume. What into an E? R. A of over five he had pitched in 26 2 3rd innings given up 16 earned runs. Over four starts in five games. But on this night, it reminded and voice in my head. It was Dick Stockton, who told me years ago stats tell you what has happened. They don't tell you what's going to happen. And that was a vintage regular season type of Kershaw performance. And you see that in a big play off game as often as you see a white whale swimming around the ocean, right? Clayton Kershaw got 38 swings. 19. Mrs. He had a whiff rate of 50%. Now the stat geeks tell us that that is the highest Of Clayton Kershaw's career, whether it be the postseason or the regular season that half the time it was S O matter, Miss. That is what's known as flexing your muscles, and it wasn't just Kershaw. Cody Bellenger, Mookie Betts. Max Muncy all had big days. The conga line kept moving. You keep pressure on your opponent 10 hits, they got seven walks. The Dodgers drew seven walks and, more importantly than that. They actually hit when they had runners in scoring position. They batted 3 57 on this day with runners in scoring position. They were five out of 14 follow the ways and is a key. You follow the wisdom often, American legend Will Rogers You never get a second chance to make a first impression. The Dodgers they made their first impression. Now you've got to back that up. You have backed that up in Game two in Game three, but you only played one game and the Dodgers the more talented team they didn't play down to their competition. They played like they were the superior opponent in this matchup. We certainly hope that continues were slightly biased on this now. Part B. If you would like to knit pick That's one of these. We get paid to do hear on the radio. Always to pick apart things in micro analyze. Dave Roberts fell back into some old analytical principles. We were hoping that his gut feeling managerial move. The other night would continue. It did not in this game, managing Clayton Kershaw. For Dave Roberts is like juggling hand grenades. One wrong move one wrong move and your head gets blown off. And I understand partially what Roberts is thinking. Because when I'm watching Clayton Kershaw, I'm thinking, OK, Here's where it all falls apart goes to hell right here, right. This is going to be the inning. It all goes to crap. In a playoff situation. But on this night Kershaw he was dealing He'd only thrown 78 pitches. Through six innings. And ah, very effective there. The Rays hitters were completely flummoxed against Kershaw as we gave you some of the numbers there of 50% with weight, and despite the Dodgers having a huge advantage there up eight tow one. They, Roberts Arbitrarily said. That's it. We're going to take you out of the game. I'd rather take you out of half inning. Too early, then a half inning too late. So that brought in Dillon Florio, who wasn't good and then and then Roberts panic because the Rays attempted the pin shit G may enjoy And so Roberts ran out of the dog and I got to make a change. I
"tommy lasorda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"On, including Michael Jackson, Pat Riley, Arnold Palmer, Buster Douglas, Joe Montana and Tommy Lasorda Clue number five was discontinued in 1997 seed. Cathy! Cathy, is it? Sega Games? Anthony Sega Genesis. Oh, had one miss it. Let's go. Suggests. All right, Cathy our last clue before we get to traffic. Our last question rather or answer you want Teo? Oh, looking object up. The markets are Yugo Clue. Number one was invented in Austria at the end of the 19th century. The stuff Clue. Number two. Irwin Kersey, who made surgical instruments made the first one in an attempt to have an extra bright light source. For surgical lamps.
Wells Fargo's scandals are hurting its bottom line
"Group beats by seven cents they missed on revenues city group is a nother horrible stock horrible stock began the year at eighty it's sixty six right now oh they pay a one point nine percent dividend yield well but the stock is down what it's down almost a fifteen it's down twenty percent the stock is down twenty percent since the beginning of the year they almost went belly up in two thousand and eight at the bottom of the recession i have no interest in c city group but they did beat earnings by seven cents our friends at wells fargo the folks that were all putting all the fake accounts that their clients did it know about another horrible start what are you really think about it bill wells fargo is a two hundred and sixty four billion dollar company it's headquartered in san francisco california has a big presence in north carolina the coal of my the guy who helped me my buddy who helped me invent the best stocks now app he works for wells fargo as a computer programmer up in the bay area another lousy stock it opened the year at about sixty dollars per share is currently at fifty four dollars per share it's down about ten percent since the beginning of the year they've had one scandal after another it has a big fat dividend yield of two point eight percent they can take a big fat dividend hike right outta here in as far as i'm concerned i have no interest in the stock whatsoever it's down three point two percent today they missed her earnings by well you know what the sec has come down on they can't even open new accounts i want to say right now that's gotta be bad for business and they continue to sag as a stock the best most well run of the big banks p morgan our friend jamie diamond but you know what that's a flat stock it opened the year at one eight is currently at one hundred six the interim you've been getting a two percent dividend yield big deal i do not own any j morgan i have no interest in jp morgan it is ranked in my app way down the line i don't have any interest in anything way down the line as far as rankings go let's just see what the jp morgan rank overall is in the app right now two thousand four hundred twenty one out of five thousand one hundred and thirty seven now once in a while mike piazza comes along who was the last guy drafted in the baseball draft the year that he was in there i don't even know if he was i think he was just as kind of a gesture by tommy lasorda who was his godfather or something like that and mike piazza ended up in the.