18 Burst results for "Tony Fernandez"

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

06:39 min | 3 months ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Starting9

"There's there's not another name. I think that players in today's game. I don't know it depends on. How many appreciate the history of the game and but yeah roy. When it comes to arms for the blue jays. Roy halladay is a guy that is front and center front and center so no argument from me on roy halladay. Who's your number two. Oh i mean it's tough not to touch them all. Yeah it's it's of all as it's the only fucking got. I know i know i'm with you. He's my number. two joe. carter has to be number. Two gotta be is even on the list. I don't know that he was even on our list. He what he wasn't on the list. Why is he not on the list because it was it was one hit versus versus a career. Yeah that's like the red sox. Put like dave roberts on their mount rushmore. But honestly like. I don't know and i would have to ask. Maybe we'll even send this tweet out to jays fans but do you can do. I don't know dude. How hard is it to to rushmore. Without joe carter on the fucking mount rushmore. Yeah i because. I mean here in toronto aside from play every day we don't we're fucking series. That was the thing like when we set up the criteria. Not as like are the top. Four wins above replacement leaders and franchise like. We're not like we're when you think blue jays you think x. We think. Roy halladay. We think joe carter and there a number of names that you continue to consider from a like a whole career perspective. Like obviously like roberto alomar. Sorry sorry about it but you're not actually. I don't think we are that sorry. I don't think we are that sorry about it. But roberto elmar is not going to make the list so that opens. I think that's how it happens. Is under normal circumstances if roberto almar hadn't gotten cancelled then that's the joe carter spot but he is canceled. So roberto almar comes down. Now you have. Roy halladay the roberto almar spot goes to joe carter right then. You've got very obviously jose bautista. Joe bats i mean. We've got a lot of emotion built in to this mount rushmore here. Yeah i mean these guys who have had moments like halliday has the career. Joe carter has the moment and i mean it's not like it's not like batista only had the walk off homers. He's you know he's got fifty bombs seasons in toronto he. I think i think you attribute the rebirth of passion for baseball in toronto to jose bautista. I mean you could make the case. And i know that this may even sound blasphemous. Joey bats made baseball more popular in toronto than roy. Halladay did I think that's a fair assessment because that one shining moment. The rogers centre was rocking for jose. Jose batista era more. So and like you know that's more you could turn right around and say that that's more of a team accomplishment because jose bautista is team made it to the postseason whereas roy halladay was awarded. The same opportunity was there. So i think we're discussing the greatness of roy halladay and the greatness of jose in a jays uniform right. That's not what we're talking about here. No we're talking about like moments. Like who i think you know it had roy halladay had better team placed around him. Then he goes out and throws a no hitter in the postseason for the blue jays. Not the phillies. I just think that. I think there's there. There was like a ray bork situation. They roy halladay. Getting traded wasn't like mookie betts like. Oh we need to. We can't pay this guy so let's trade him. It was more like you know what we suck. You still have a lot left in the tank. We want you to go out and try and win a championship. It's not going to happen for you here. So let's get you to a team that can actually you win a championship because we appreciate the loyalty. I'm sure i'm sure roy. Halladay would have loved to have stayed in toronto for his whole career. But they weren't gonna fucking win when when they by the time. The toronto traded roy halladay. They weren't anywhere fucking close to contending for a championship. so yeah i yeah holiday carter bautista. You've got holiday. Carter and joe bats and we've got some guys left here that that that needs to be in this conversation here. Tony fernandez rest in peace. Mr beyond is debuted. With jay's what in eighty three played with them through nineteen ninety and then i think rejoined the club again. Ninety eight ninety nine maybe three time all star four time gold. Glove winner the let. Mlb in triples thing in nineteen ninety does does he have hits all time for the toronto blue jays. See the all time hits leader. Say but you've got since you've got tony fernandez. What about a guy. Like carlos. Delgado i mean us. Delgado delgado is online. I mean carlos delgado was also got my fourth was a force offensive. War number one. Slugging percentage number one opie s number. One games played with tony fernandez and hits like you said runs. Scored delgado played appearances. Delgado total basis delgado doubles delgado home. Runs delgado delgado.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Section 138

"There's the new blue. I ride took that down because of how wicked those uniforms are and we saw them a lot this year and of course just before Spring training started the late. Tony fernandez passed away and they started. They played this season with number one. The number one Patch on their sleeves. And of course this season shutting down the labor disputes The blue jays draft though they did dress draft successfully and it was kind of weird seeing the draft happen without being played. So that was one thing that i really took. That was really awkward. But again they got austin martin somebody who was arguably one of the most are the most talented player in the draft. So they ended up landing. Austin martin Sixty game season was then implemented of course and we all know the story that they added the fiasco beforehand of not knowing where they're going to play and we've mentioned this before we will say it again. Is that the factors that they had not knowing where they're going to play in the fact that they continue to be together as a team to play. Good i find that really remarkable. I still can't believe how they did it for the fact that they were living out of a suitcase for at least a couple of weeks and playing home games at the stadiums Being kicked out of toronto being kicked out of pittsburgh Likely going to get kicked out of baltimore and then they ended up going to aaa park in buffalo and that is why it makes it special for me of course and for everybody else we saw nate pearson play. This year he had ups and downs. He was injured but We had glimpses of what he will be in the future and he's going to be a an important piece. This you're heading into twenty twenty one is. He's likely going to be in the store. Opening day are sort of starting rotation and of course they they made the at. The jays returned to the playoffs for the first time since two thousand and sixteen so that was really cool even though it didn't last long In tampa against the raise in the wildcard series. Something that was new It just it. It's a sign of things to come and for a team that prove fans that they do have a good future that they can return to their winning ways. It just gets. It gets me very excited for what they have in.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"Do you like pat toddler over Buck Martinez or pat toddler and Schulman or beard on any going on there where I wish they would just bring in some new blood best soleman as the color as sorry the commentator and buck as the color because that's a punctured. The guy the point where he's starting to go a little bit. I think yeah. I think he's got to go. See your ago okay. I almost made the trivia question of who who famously broke their leg. Tearing a double player was a triple play. I can't remember. The ball is thrown around home plate. And then you know after that the still guns guy out at third base after he got trucked breaks his Shin or something role. Zank see you stumping myself. A trivia them randomly asking in the midst of this no wrong with that question number eleven follows. Who was the first Blue Jay to steal fifty bases at a season demoss? Oh Garcia Onus Nixon Shannon Stewart Dave Collins or Raji Davis. If you like Raja Davis is one of those players that had like a tremendous amount of earned success after leaving like home. Run Game Seven. And we're GONNA win Razi crazy crazy clutch about. I'm just jumping around the room because I was just like. Oh my God. What is going on right here. I know period racy so but yeah as far as that. Kinda fun goes one of these guys stole fifty bases many times as career and one of them was many times is a blue Jay. Dick move she. I think I got it but I honestly a lot of these have been gases all these flat of all right like I said I couldn't make it too easy. I know. Well it's good some of these I. I'M NOT GONNA lie a lot of these. I didn't know I had educated guesses like I'm sure you guys are going toward and you know I. That's the per per being the hostess week or Trivia to me the Horner of all the information. Hey look guys oh. I love that hat. Voices has of those in I guess we're going to have the hook atom up. It's so nice. We're still seldom. I think they're actually discounted right now on the. Oh then I must buy there. You go absolutely. Here's discount it on all the minor leagues sites right. Now I've almost went abroad. Go nuts blue are not sites Shirts on their site really awesome aright which Blue Jays pitcher owns the single season record for wins at twenty two roger. Clemens Jack Morris Pat Hankins right holiday or days. The trend with these pitcher question. A lot of guys couldn't make it too easy. Go basically look at our career war for pitchers for single season even collectively right. Those five guys that are on every list and that was on vladi night. I think it was up to Sarah and met my someone's rocking a raptor. Sure right behind you Brennan. Oh Yeah Right. They may have been playing that night. Or maybe the very beginning of the here with Yeah it's a moral conundrum about the game with me. But you're like a and you can come up and I just remember. We went to bar in goofed around afterwards and Saas highlights released. I think that's what I remember. Yes a trend with our terrible slowdowns but apart that logo. Yeah I figured I'd rocked some of the old stuff there in this show off where we came from. That was my to start a public cash or anything. Yes I'd hand doodle this so to give you an idea if I can do this shit. You guys should be able to do a little something. I'm a terrible drawer. So no no no drawings no badge jewelry during well. That's what maybe just stick the sick. The marker in your kids you know indicted around a little bit. What happens so question number thirteen? This player has the highest single season war in Blue Jays history. Who is it Josh Donaldson Jose Bautista Roger Clemens Gianola rude or Devan White? I think it's Kinda crazy. That Josh Donaldson Accumulated Enough War. And the two three years that he actually was on. This list was pretty damn dominant. Was that mind you? This is single season to not collective right. We're almost there feeling hung over shock last by a it was a fun night. That was when I actually brought. My family. Had A bunch of Yankee fans and mets fans. Oddly enough with me during one random holiday weekend and that was me and my after the fact after you know the the inevitable sweep that happened because it was unfortunately guys. It was twenty seven when that happened. All I wouldn't God give me everything. Good Adler for free down at like three seconds. I am kind of upset that you can't see the shock on all in the back of it because that's what I did. Do it shot and I kept drinking. I just saw speaking I. This is the picture I sent to my wife that night and I was like this is my feeling so anyway. I won the gold glove every year from nineteen ninety one through nineteen ninety five and made one of the greatest catches in Blue Jays history. Who Am I Roberto? Alamar Tony Fernandez Divan white or Joe Carter..

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"And Sarah just I was covering the Yankees in in the spring of nineteen ninety nine when that deal went down Murray Chas. Who's my colleague at that time? Got a tip that this deal was going to go down. I followed up. We had that story this morning News breaker and so early that morning We were all gathered all the reporters because of our story all the reporters covering the Yankees were gathered outside the clubhouse waiting for David and others to arrive. 'cause deal hasn't been announced yet and David can't came Strolling into the clubhouse a little bit later than a lot of his teammates and I remember him looking at US quizzically. Like what. What are you guys doing. And then he immediately is. Is We learn later. We didn't see this or their own. Is You went to his locker. And he was summoned into Joe Tories. Office and Sarah you talk about someone devastated about a trade. 'cause David loved boomer love being on the Yankees. Just can't even imagine you know with the way news travels now and everything else figure that this day and age. Someone would have seen a tweet here. I've heard something. Someone would have whispered something so really incredible that moment of him actually being like. What are you guys doing here like? What's going on school? You know you don't get that anymore just doesn't happen and then number six on our list is only talks about this. Roberto ullmark Fred mcgriff. Tony Fernandez Trade. So I already mentioned the numbers there. But it's one thousand nine hundred ninety padres in the Blue Jays hundred eighty four point five war with Roberto Almar at sixty seven leading the way and looking at your list notices deal where you get three different players with at least forty five war in their career. That tells you how big a deal it was among these and as you'll hear in the interview with Pat. He raises me like the idea. That Roberto Alamar didn't get voted into the hall of fame in his first try is was staggering and just a shock because of how he changed the way middle infielders play. Yeah absolutely outstanding player. And I don't know it's always so incredible to me to see these great players having been traded. Obviously the Frank Robinson trade as you said and of his career but he was traded prior to that in his career as well and you think about how much it takes for us to finally see someone like Matthew Betz traded these days. And you know how many times we heard about Manny Ramirez. Is he going to be traded even more than ten years ago? Now and it. It's so interesting to me to see these trades because all of these we talked about. I mean the latest one was nineteen ninety nine while you were talking about with Roger Clemens in David Wells and it feels like these things sort of happened differently now. We we still get blockbusters but not quite not quite the same. Not This caliber of player getting drawn. No I kind of wondered if the Tom. Seaver trade might come close to being involved in this We talked about that with Johnny Bench. Last week And that at the time it went down was huge and by the way you mentioned the Manny Ramirez Trade. We're GONNA be talking later in the week with Jed Hoyer The WHO's formerly with the red sox now Chicago cubs about that deal and how that went down and also of course the trade deadline a two thousand four when the red sox made that shocking trade of Nomar Garciaparra. All Right Sarah. Thanks for doing this tram. Gusta like was inducted into baseball's hall of fame in two thousand eleven after career overseeing the Blue Jays the orioles the mariners the Phillies Pat Thanks for joining US and helping to this in these times and joining the storytelling well busters nice to be with you and the and the other fans baseball. I think everybody's looking for us something to do with sports and I think we're all the game tremendously at this moment absolutely and we've had so much fun talking with folks like George Brad and Mike Mussina Johnny Bench and getting stories and their time in baseball. So you know having known you when I covered the orioles back in the mid nineties. I know you got a lot of stories in baseball. I wanted to ask you about The spring of two thousand one when a hall of Famer because we didn't know it at that time arrived in Mariners camp when you were overseeing Seattle. That was the first spring training of each row. Sukey with the mariners and I remember because I was I was covering the Yankees at the time I just remember hearing from scouts. Stories of this guy is overrated. He's this little guy's got a funky swing and the initial reaction to each row when he arrived in Mariners Camp. Looking back on. It seems pretty. Funny I sort of had a little bit of jump start on Spring Training Right after we signed him Naturally it happened At the general managers meeting that year was in Amelia Island? Down in Florida and He came over or right if we signed him and he wanted to take some batting practice at At SAFECO field which is now t mobile field in Seattle. You WanNa take some BP's so One of our our our coaches who lived in the area he came over and he was gonNA throw batting practice and we had a lot of the press out there. And this was this was in Who's in late November and he? He stepped into the batting cage and he took one hundred and fifty swings and never stepped out of the batter's box in one hundred and swings and he never he never stepped out to take could be breath. He never stepped out because he thought he was tired. Took one hundred fifty consecutive swings in a batting cage. And so I kind of got a little bit of Advance on we're Kinda guy was and This was a very goal oriented real driven Individuals so I knew that at least with my saw and that's brief work out there in Seattle that we were going to get a player that was going to be Tremendously committed To be in a not only a great offensive player but a great defensive player. You have pat the some of the concerns initially that I heard from scouts with other teams. They're like boy he doesn't really hit the ball. He doesn't really drive the ball He doesn't really I think just because his swing was so unusual and it wasn't something that people are used to seeing that they. They focused on that a lot early in in his time with the mariners. Well you know it's funny No it's a different sport and But I always kind of compared him to Wayne Gretzky. It seemed you know Wayne Grice. He didn't have the hardest shot in the world. But it seemed like Wayne. Gretzky had the the ability. The guide the puck into the net. And it's almost like When I first saw him in two thousand and one and we started playing you thought it was luck that he was hitting balls Continuing the whole between third and short But as it went on went on you knew that this was a design. It was something that he had practice something that he had worked on for long time and the other thing that we had an advantage. Buster was for big league manage a big league pitcher pitcher. Jim Coburn was our scout and he. He coach two years in Japan with Ichiro team. Which was the Orix Bluewave? And so he knew him for a makeup slammed point. Jim was bilingual in both Japanese and English and so he had a relationship With Ichiro and then he scattered for the mariners and he was really The one who put us onto Chiro and and really gave us an advantage. I think over the other teams. At that time I saw you and the mariners in late April of two thousand one after he got off to a good start and you actually the one that came over to me by the batting cage. And we were talking about. You know the the question whether or not he could drive the ball and you said in batting practice. He could hit a ton of home runs. And you mentioned that right away. You were like yeah. He could do that if he wanted to. Kind of like the stories you heard about Wade boggs very similar very similar to Wade Boggs Because we were in spring training in two thousand and one in lieu wanted to see him have a little more power and so Jim Coburn happened to be an Arizona with us and he mentioned the it's euro and in batting practice. He at about ten balls in a row out to right field in in Peoria and then in a couple of ballgames exhibition games that Spring. He had a couple of home runs so when he wanted to You know he could He he get show you some power. But most of the time he we. He's a contact hitter. DidN'T WANNA strike out. Wanted to put the ball in play. They have a drill in Japan which is a little bit unique They throw a pitch and they bounce at fifty eight feet about two feet in front of the plate and then the hitter is supposed to hit the ball on the bounce after it when it comes up on the balance and this is a drill that he went through with pitcher's throwing the ball fifty eight feet and then he would hit the ball off the bounce. You help to explain how he honed. That incredible eye hand coordination i. I really feel like the moment that he arrived pat in sort of a national Conscious at least among people in baseball with when you guys were playing in Oakland in about He was about ten days into the big leagues and terrence. Long was trying to run from first to third base and each row charged a base to right field and made an absolutely perfect throw to third base in fact David Bell If you look at a replay of it it looks almost looks like the throw would have hit the third base bag if not for the bill caught it to tag terrence long. What do you remember about that play? Well you know what are our compared to play you. 'cause I was a kid myself a long time ago and the two guys that I thought that Could have made that same play. One was Calvillo alkaline If anybody could have duplicated that throw it. In my estimation that were there was those are two that it was possible to do it. You don't see you don't see plays like that very much anymore. One of the things you know as knowing the game are feelers are not thrown as well as they did years ago. And I think that's one of the more exciting plays in. Baseball is to throw a run around third base. Throw runner out at home plate it. It's a great defensive play and so You know I would rate that throw that. He made an Oakland. They know right up there with Some throws that I saw that as I said two x Major League Colorado on line made now you were in the middle of one of the great blockbuster trades in baseball history. When you were with the Blue Jays you swap Fred mcgriff and Tony Fernandez to the San Diego Padres for Roberto Alamar and Joe Carter Joe. Mcilvaine was the general manager of the Padres at the time and I remember that happened during winter meetings and these days it feels like these trades. Take sixty years to get done. Everyone breaks down every.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Well in my leadership in the exponential era book one of the storytelling techniques. That I teach in workshops and I share it in the book is the three box. Transformation story inspired somewhat by Charles Dickinson Christmas cow. But I want to go into that just now because Christmas is already passed but just know that there are three boxes and this is how you can tell a story. A good example is when I came to Singapore and I moved to Singapore from Japan two years ago. I could have told people what I was doing there. People ask me. What are you doing here? Graham why are you in Singapore? I'm Ron and tell them what my job ause. I told him what I was going to build you see. I told them that. I came to Singapore to build podcast studio and a podcast business and that Saturday after I moved to Singapore. I put the call out linked in and said I'm going to build a podcast. Judea if you WANNA come along and help me build this and up the acoustic tiles and put in the wiring. Setup the microphones Akon pay with anything apart from kindness memories. Good Times a beer. And a whole bunch of people turned up owning youtube people in Singapore at the time but twelve people turned up to help me build the studio. And that's the point. That's the power of story if I said to somebody when they asked me. What are you doing unless said Yeah I do podcasts. It's a missed opportunity. Robin tell people what you do. Tell them what you're going to build. When you tell stories about you business you can break it down like that. Break it down to three boxes past present future. Let's have a look at those. It's very simple. If you want to tell people about you'll business why you hear what you're selling. Break it down into the three boxes. And if you WANNA go deeper into this cycle the exponential leadership book which is free by the way you can go and get a xl dot org. But I give a plug at the end of this podcast anyway. So you don't forget it for now past present future past. Where have you come from? What is the mindset that brought you here and what is the mindset? Also that holds people back present. What is the shape of the business that you all today and future? What is the shape of the business that you want to become now? You may think this may work for for example. The startup she does is a fantastic sales tool for start of but also works with multi billion dollar enterprises a great example of this. I've seen Tony Fernandez. Who is the CEO of Airasia when he talks about the future of the quote Unquote Airline? He doesn't talk about in the context of we're an allied. He uses the equivalent of the three bucks technique which is passed all is the mindset. That's holding his back. Well the mindset. That's holding AirAsia. Back is we're in allied. We sow tickets. We sell seats and yet if they want to grow they can't go on with that mindset they have to change it they have to even sell competitive tickets. They have to sell whole bunch of other different services ancillary services everything from music to food president. What's the shape of the business that we all today was the structure in which we need to innovate well? We're an ally but yet we have this ecosystem of partners we have venture fund that's funding these policies future. What's the shape of the business that we want to become? We doesn't talk about becoming a better airline. He talks about becoming a digital to travel platform. So maybe you hear Tony Fernandez Talk. He tells the story of Airasia. Tudo which is the journey from being an Anna sold tickets to a digital travel platform. Because you know the problem is this is that the future doesn't belong to the airline that flies the most plane but the travel company that solves the most problems unless what it's about storytelling is about sharing the journey of you and your business why you hear and what you're trying to get to and you can use storytelling everywhere. You can use it when you sell when you post on social media. Notice the difference between just telling people is what we do or just telling people were doing this now or telling people we just on this the difference from that to telling story about it you'll engagements on social media will increase significantly unlike. Weiss this podcast. I've shared stories with. I could just have told you that. Storytelling is a powerful tool and here are three things that you need to know. But then it's not about that like Maya Angelou. The author once wrote people. Soon forget what you told them but over? S- remember how you made them feel so that my name's Graham Brown signing of hopefully I gave you some insights into the world of storytelling but if you're interested in finding out more about storytelling then have written a book about it leadership in the exponential era and you can find out get that book free at xl book don't walk. Today's episode is supported by Microsoft teams. Hey hundred dollar. Mba listeners. No matter what type of business you're in whether you're a new entrepreneur or a season executive we all know meetings struggling to pay attention searching for files. It seem impossible to find. And if you're not in the room you're not in the NOPE. Welcome to the new way to work together. Microsoft teams from group projects to weekly all hands. Microsoft teams will change the way you teamwork. You can contribute to meetings from anywhere chat with coworkers. You're never out of the loop and find all your files. Even edit them in real time in one convenient place getting better at business doesn't have to be hard when you have one place to create and make decisions as a team. There's no limit to what you can achieve for my team growing remote team. It's really important to have a place where everybody can discuss and make decisions together so we can move forward together as a team. This is why Microsoft teams is so powerful. Whether you're hashing a bug or even just sharing new ideas improve the business. Microsoft teams allows everybody on your team too freely. Communicate great ideas when you're ready to unleash. The power of your team open teams learn more at Microsoft Dot com slash teams. That's Microsoft dot com slash teams. What a great lesson by Graham Brown absolutely loved his device anytime. You're having a conversation with your customers whether it's on a live Webinar recorded. Webinar on your website on your homepage in an email always include a story whether it's why started the company or whether it's an email and you're sharing short on stressing the reason why your email your whites imporant or on a webinar where you share your ups and downs to get you to the point today to be able to give that. Webinar and offer them a great workshop. Here's the bottom line people by because of the way they feel how they feel about you. How do you feel about Your Business? Your brand people enjoy buying but they're trying to find a reason a real truth to why buy from you and if they feel they can trust you through the stories you tell through sharing about yourself a little bit. Then they'll by. This is how we build trust with their audience. We only buy from people who we trust. We often forget that buying is an emotional experience making the decision to purchase. Something is often credited to a feeling how we feel about somebody or something in stories evoke emotions story. Allow us to feel strong feelings. Happy feelings excited feelings frustrated feelings. But when you're just a data machine and you're not really contextualising the information you're blocking feelings from happening and really you're doing you're blocking of a sale. You're blocking the ability for them to trust you so us stories in every step of the way when you're trying to acquire customer when you're trying to build that relationship with a customer when you're communicating with your customers. Thank you so much for listening to the hunter. Ombu thank you so much Graham for the amazing lesson again. Check how his brand new book leadership in the exponential era check it out at Picacho.

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Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling

The $100 MBA Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

Graham Brown: How To Influence, Engage, And Create Change Through Storytelling

"In my leadership in the exponential era book one of the storytelling techniques. That I teach in workshops and I share it in the book is the three box. Transformation story inspired somewhat by Charles Dickinson Christmas cow. But I want to go into that just now because Christmas is already passed but just know that there are three boxes and this is how you can tell a story. A good example is when I came to Singapore and I moved to Singapore from Japan two years ago. I could have told people what I was doing there. People ask me. What are you doing here? Graham why are you in Singapore? I'm Ron and tell them what my job ause. I told him what I was going to build you see. I told them that. I came to Singapore to build podcast studio and a podcast business and that Saturday after I moved to Singapore. I put the call out linked in and said I'm going to build a podcast. Judea if you WANNA come along and help me build this and up the acoustic tiles and put in the wiring. Setup the microphones Akon pay with anything apart from kindness memories. Good Times a beer. And a whole bunch of people turned up owning youtube people in Singapore at the time but twelve people turned up to help me build the studio. And that's the point. That's the power of story if I said to somebody when they asked me. What are you doing unless said Yeah I do podcasts. It's a missed opportunity. Robin tell people what you do. Tell them what you're going to build. When you tell stories about you business you can break it down like that. Break it down to three boxes past present future. Let's have a look at those. It's very simple. If you want to tell people about you'll business why you hear what you're selling. Break it down into the three boxes. And if you WANNA go deeper into this cycle the exponential leadership book which is free by the way you can go and get a xl dot org. But I give a plug at the end of this podcast anyway. So you don't forget it for now past present future past. Where have you come from? What is the mindset that brought you here and what is the mindset? Also that holds people back present. What is the shape of the business that you all today and future? What is the shape of the business that you want to become now? You may think this may work for for example. The startup she does is a fantastic sales tool for start of but also works with multi billion dollar enterprises a great example of this. I've seen Tony Fernandez. Who is the CEO of Airasia when he talks about the future of the quote Unquote Airline? He doesn't talk about in the context of we're an allied. He uses the equivalent of the three bucks technique which is passed all is the mindset. That's holding his back. Well the mindset. That's holding AirAsia. Back is we're in allied. We sow tickets. We sell seats and yet if they want to grow they can't go on with that mindset they have to change it they have to even sell competitive tickets. They have to sell whole bunch of other different services ancillary services everything from music to food president. What's the shape of the business that we all today was the structure in which we need to innovate well? We're an ally but yet we have this ecosystem of partners we have venture fund that's funding these policies future. What's the shape of the business that we want to become? We doesn't talk about becoming a better airline. He talks about becoming a digital to travel platform. So maybe you hear Tony Fernandez Talk. He tells the story of Airasia. Tudo which is the journey from being an Anna sold tickets to a digital travel platform. Because you know the problem is this is that the future doesn't belong to the airline that flies the most plane but the travel company that solves the most problems unless what it's about storytelling is about sharing the journey of you and your business why you hear and what you're trying to get to and you can use storytelling everywhere. You can use it when you sell when you post on social media. Notice the difference between just telling people is what we do or just telling people were doing this now or telling people we just on this the difference from that to telling story about it you'll engagements on social media will increase significantly unlike. Weiss this podcast. I've shared stories with. I could just have told you that. Storytelling is a powerful tool and here are three things that you need to know. But then it's not about that like Maya Angelou. The author once wrote people. Soon forget what you told them but over? S- remember how you made them feel so that my name's Graham Brown signing of hopefully I gave you some insights into the world of

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"That's available through. Mlb TV so this means that that's where bluejays fans have to go to get the streaming rights to these games and that's obviously a big a big change especially at a time that a lot of people are streaming their games. That's becoming a a a really common way for people to to watch and fans in some cases are expressing their displeasure over this and and expressing that this is You know an unwelcome change. So that's that's definitely something that I've noticed on social media and that's understandable on the part of those on the part of those fans you know. I think big picture going beyond this instance in particular big picture you want fans to be able to watch baseball and just as a as a fan of the game. I'm someone who always wants people to be able to connect with it. And so that's that's all. It was a difficult situation when you have people who want to watch and want to listen and who aren't able to connect with the game or with their team in those ways wanted to ask you a question. This is not a season preview question but recently Tony Fernandez passed away in. We have not discussed that on the podcast. But after he died there was such an outpouring of appreciation for him as a player and a person that I wondered if you could sort of some of what he represented what he meant to the Blue Jays organization and why fans were so broken up about that. News will yeah fifty seven years old. I think when he passed so way too young and someone who had a really significant legacy here in in Canada and with the Blue Jays. You look at four stands with the team kind of Ricky Henderson like history here in Toronto and with the Blue Jays. Someone who who just kept coming back and and you look at a offensive player. Who is really good? Someone who defensively was viewed as a tremendous defender. Who had this sidearm throwing motion? That was pretty pretty distinct and set him apart and really want over a lot of fans here and I think you know especially you look at his prime season so this is the late eighties and when I was looking at this the other week. There's a six year stretch there where he was essentially the bluejays everyday shortstop and I look back at the numbers and not only was he. This gold glove winning shortstop who who was really a defensive stabiliser up the middle but he was really good hitter too so you add it up and he averaged. I think four and a half wins above replacement per season for that stretch of time. And that's a six year period. So to put that in context I looked on on fan graphs to try to see which shortstops had averaged four and a half winds for the last six years in solicit to it's it's only Cisco Endure Manny Machado who've actually done that. So that's that's the level that Fernandez played at his peak and he ended up returning to the Blue Jays as as an infielder in nineteen ninety-three when they won their second two backpacks and returned again later on so he he had a long legacy here in Toronto. Someone someone WHO's definitely missed already and you know a real icon. I think when it comes to the Blue Jays seems especially those late. Eighties bluejays teams. That were the first ever. Good bluejays teams. I mean up until them this expansion team. Then you get guys like Jesse Barfield and George Balance Tony Fernandez. All of a sudden you have an actual contender. And he was a big part of that. Resurgence or Part of that initial run of real contending teams in Toronto. Yeah still franchise leader in some statistical categories in your right in those early years. His glove was so good and he did get hurt. He had some injuries and then he had some kind of chronic issues that contributed to his death but before all of that said in he was on a potential hall of fame trajectory. He was just a really special player at that point. So we will wrap up as always pay asking you for a win. Total prediction will. I do think they're up for a big increase. Their pitching staff is way better. Their offense should be better as well and they're not going to have those games started by guys off the scrap heap so to speak. So I think you add that up you. You should be looking at a team. That at least is in the high seventies for win. Totals in maybe a little bit better than that. I'll go with eighty one. Eighty one for my two thousand twenty prediction at long term. Is there optimism in your in this division with the big bed? Yankees and the Red Sox and the race. Who are really good again. And the Orioles are atrocious. Now but if all goes according to their plan perhaps they will be pulling out of that at some point as pooches improve as well. So is there sort of fatalism of a were stuck in this division with these giants and this? Super Innovative It's hard to have a sustained run of success there or are people hopeful because of this young trio in particular at least as far as I can tell the fan base here is excited I think that the signing of review with significant on a couple levels for that good pitcher shows that the team is willing to spend so I think that's a significant step and then also you have this young players pretty fun to watch Vladi Bo. I'm Kevin Busy. Oh this is actually pretty fun group to watch and you can imagine that they might take significant strides. So who knows? I mean. This is the spring training time for optimism? We we might have a very different impression of this group and a few months but at this point as we as we talk now. There is optimism around this team. And even if it doesn't convert into a contender right you can see the trajectory. You can see that this ninety five loss is not permanent. They are going to step forward to some extent than it'll be interesting to see how far they can go this year. All right well you can follow the Blue Jays. Thanks to Ben at sports net you can also hear him at sports net in addition to reading him and you can find him on at. B. Nicholson Smith Ben. Thank you again. Thanks man thanks anytime all right quick programming note a couple of weeks from now Meghan. I are planning to interview authors of two new novels about baseball. Gish Jen. Who wrote the book the resistors and Emily Neiman's who wrote the book the Cactus League? So if you're interested in doing a little effectively wild book club and reading those books to prepare for the PODCAST. Go check them out. Just letting you know in advance in case you would enjoy the interviews. More if you've already read the books that will do it.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"Any like I like. You said on baseball tonight around sportscenter. The next morning whatever it might be glimpses of Tony Fernandes making just obscene plays up the middle and having that little weird submarine throat. We used to do that goofing around out in the street when we were just playing catch up all the first base and we would that ridiculous throw that like he has underarm. Things submarine in a recent interview. I just saw with Jesse Barfield calling these flipper because pro so I could see nicknamed stock you know and Yeah I mean like like I said these are the this was the the media period of of bluejays success and he was a huge part of that like. I said that we were talking off air. He has I think three franchise records to the Blue Jays won't say it's hits is a triples as well and runs and scoring. I believe Okay Yeah Yeah hits singles and triples. Yeah I it's it's you know that's something that's GonNa be at simple bluejays lower forever. Obviously until someone takes it over but like does three alone being a four time. Lujan being pivotal to winning The one thousand nine hundred three world series. I'll just toss this to you. Do you think is number as worthy being retired because we were just mentioned You know he needs to be on it appropriately. Is that what you had in mind? What I have in mind at least at minimum is really oddly convenient that they have the powder blue uniforms which is where Tony Fernandez made his name as a J. Those onesie uniforms pullover ones that they had back in the day. I feel like there's on putting something on that Jersey this year regardless if it is a retired number. I'm honoring Tony Fernandez one way or the other this year. I'm putting the like the number one patch with me spot or something on the jerseys this year. And I just think that that's the best way to honor him. He's been such a big part of this franchise and it's not even just the plays in all the hits and all that stuff but this is a guy that when he came back every time he was teaching other generations of Blue Jays players how to play the game. There's there was a great tweet from Jose Cruz junior of all people that I just even know we had you know twitter account other than the fact that fell off the planet. A little bit after leaving. Espn but he just the fact that he more or less out of his way to tell everybody that Tony Fernandez taught him how to play the game properly in Toronto. That's the kind of character. And if you're going to have a face a franchise it'd be somebody like this. Tony Fernandez is a guy that is the perfect poster child for a franchise in how you play the game. Would you agree that? He's the greatest Bucci shortstop of all time. I don't know how much there's even a big argument. I'm not saying that they haven't had good shortstops over the years. But yeah non comparison level. Because it's just so many gold gloves. Fifteen hundred of his. You know two thousand something hits out. Were in a blue uniform. So it's crazy but in all reality I think I think he's still one of the highest war rated players in the whole system already five four three. Yeah yeah slightly. Nuts as far as in a blue uniform. I'm looking at the baseball. Reference suffering is the third highest ranked war through all Toronto Blue Jays players. Ever and only behind Dave Steve Roy Halladay. Yeah and if you're talking franchise guys. Those guys have been the poster child for generations. I think Tony Fernandez is in that. Same Ballpark Yeah I WOULD. You know right now obviously Revert Alamar Roy Halladay. Those numbers are a day. The only bluejays numbers that are retired. I'll former bluejays. Obviously Jackie Robinson is in there too obviously but You know now it'd be the time maybe it's I don't know how controversial maybe that's the wrong word. I'm looking for but how Argumentative or how difficult. I guess I should say this will be FIAMMA GUCCI He's dawning number one right now. But you know given the circumstances and maybe toss a couple extra hundred thousand dollars or whatever. Maybe we'll put up a stink about it here. Amundsen thing like how you let Marian Rivera and company where the number and told they're done being yeah J. or something. Yeah something like that. At least it's not it's still the classy tip of the NA era tip of the hat to a class act insanely good player but somebody else that has this future with the Blue Jays. That is going to probably be pretty damn good himself. Yeah Yeah we don't even know the the ceiling that he's going to hit but you know to I don't really have more to say about Fernandez. It's super unfortunate Again if fans you are on familiar with him and you know. You haven't seen a lot of footage. I I highly suggest you do so. And I can't stress the ninety three world series man. Yeah get the DVD. Seriously you can go on Amazon right now. Probably get that. Dvd No bullshit. Yeah easy easy five bucks. We want to say the last time I watched it. It was on Youtube. Okay like can endure interviews with him within the documentary of the ninety two ninety three world series. You can get your hands on that easy I highly goes. He was a catalyst for that ninety three team a team. That was already really that good but not the best at the time and getting ignited a mission from Tony Fernandez. Ninety six games into the season. It's insane in the guy that literally had nine rb is in nineteen ninety. Three's world series against the phillies ridiculous ridiculous. It's amazing that Paul Molitor got the world series. Mvp had to show you. How much more ridiculous Paul? Wasn't that worlds. Yes Yeah Oh you're so because modern doesn't pop a few home runs in. This is the bane of existence for Curt Schilling and company. Guess yes and hiding behind towels and everything but I do have to mention one last thing as far as Tony Fernandes's rate career went. He finally got a crowning moment other than the fact that he got the ring in one thousand nine hundred ninety three hits the game winning home. Run for the Cleveland Indians against the Baltimore. Orioles in the nineteen ninety-seven AL CS pushes them to the world series. And a really fun tidbit that you and I were talking about before the show Tyler Kettner of the actual New York Times tweeted out today that Tony a picture of Tony Fernandez hitting that home run and celebrating was the first color photo on the New York Times in one thousand nine hundred seven. You know. It's called stop random ever. That's forever front cover Indian celebrating and going to the world series. That's pretty damn cool stuff when you have number one Tony Fernandez right. Their chances are you could probably find that on Ebay speaking of finding things on Ebay and all over the Internet. I I if you WANNA be a guy that plays shortstop in major league baseball or even just in college and high school wherever kids. This is a guy who is fundamentally insanely good watching him on a baseball diamond. At every facet of his game and severely underrated and for a guy that had that kind of career were Adam. I'm wondering with the Fund that's going on with the baseball hall. Fame and everything if he has an outside darkhorse candidate kind of thing for the Veterans Committee and now never know is a guy hit two eighty eight for his career won. Five gold. Gloves Stole Two hundred. Forty six bases. You could make an argument. That he's just as good as some of the guys have gotten on that Veterans Committee vote vote. Yeah Yeah I wouldn't shock me but Outside standards have sort of slumped a little bit. It's not what it used to be so Maybe this is something that can happen. But I'm not not necessarily holding my breath and that's no disrespect to him. It's just worth mentioning. Oh that's for sure. Because there are plenty of his friends entered his. He's the best shortstop I've ever seen play right right. So and the fact that he finishes with his career with the Blue Jays at the age of thirty nine and through forty eight games still bats. Four hundred are bat three hundred. Who Does that? I've Senate so anyway Tony. Fernandez unfortunately is no longer with us at the age of fifty seven but he will be near and dear to any major league baseball fans expecially. Blue Jays fans for basically as far as existence in memory goes on. Our franchises is still good. I think so good stuff. Yeah always good to have a good Tony. Fernandes memory absolutely absolute- anyway. We got some weird fun for the Blue Jays. Fans this evening and we'll and on some more ranting about terribleness with regular major league baseball things but I don't want to hack everything what we just did. Good so we're going to talk twenty twenty season projections and how they fall within. Last year's major league baseball stats for the Blue Jays and looking at these Toronto Blue Jays projections were going by the fan grass steamer Projections right now because a lot of the other ones haven't come out so this is almost like a way too early prediction. Show but Adam. Are you shocked? By what we're seeing on the steamer lists as far as who is on offense going to be the best bluejays a little bit. I mean we just talked about it for all right so we're going to start with And by me. We just talked about this. We just talked about the software if we're going to talk with you know the the Dinger's ray and that's what everybody wants to gravitate towards Chick Lonzo Ball Todd and Greg Maddux chicks dig Reynaud Grischuk and apparently he supposed to be hitting the most according to these projections going to be hitting. The most home runs out of anybody else on the team with thirty. And this is of guys like Vlad Ahead of guys like you know whether you WanNa believe it or not Travis Shaw with you. Want to believe in the bounceback even Laura's career he's Hernandez who asked you last year right. Yes strikeout machine Oscar Anne and has never like this. It's It baffles that rental gray chuck is their favourite hit. Thirty home runs. I just I'm not I I just can't get there. It seems odd especially when they're literally calling that he's going to be in that same. Pretty much ballpark. Strikeout range. That is I just think it's hilarious. We bought a you brought up Randall. Grischuk and Task Hernandez being married at the HIP and strike outs. And they are literally one strikeout. Apart from each other at one forty eight and one forty-seven objections. The thing that I think shocks even more on that number though Kevin Zhou is predicted to have the most strikeouts of any blue Jay. This season I do not agree with that at all. I don't know how that happens. He's a straight guy too but he's not in that same ballpark. I think is tail. And this is a guy that in my opinion and I've said this to you before and I've I've not been shy about this opinion. He has for me the most sound approach at the plate. Out of anybody on the team. I just love it I just. I love his stance. I love swimming. I Love I just think that you know. It's the apple. Doesn't fall far from the tree. And I think that maybe last year was a result of rookie jitters that certainly possible. I don't see him striking out. One hundred and fifty plus times. I just don't see it and I think that you know with with a little bit more maturity in a little bit more experience under his belt. That should trickle though. Yeah now the mentioned on the same projections. They something give him his due on Walks. Eighty to eat the Blue Jays as well. It's a little backwards. I don't know how the math works out. But he's also allegedly to thirty four hitter. I just don't see that happening to I figure at the end of the season at a minimum Kevin Bijou is gonNA look very similar to random. Grischuk offense numbers. Maybe not as many home runs. I think those double those home runs a League over in the doubles and the RBI's runs scored a look about the same. Yes yeah I completely agree and you know maybe this is a matter of him playing like a lot. More Games is why the strikeouts are projected to be up from last year But still I don't see him being this quote unquote poor For full season. Give this kid a full season. I think he's going to start to crack his potential and I think he's going to be something a little bit. I opening like for me. He was I know Boba Fett Soda. Sold a show towards the end of the season last year and I don't WanNa see people. Were disappointed in. Vlad but hype was a little bit too much But for me you know off the pad crazy right But for me. Cavallo was a breath of fresh air. I loved watching him play and just the eye test alone suggest to me that he's going to be better than what he produced last year..

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fernandez retired in two thousand one with a career to eighty eight batting average Fernandez later became an ordained minister and the Tony Fernandez foundation was established to help underprivileged and troubled children Tony Fernandez was fifty seven years old currently it's forty nine degrees mostly clear at five oh six support for NPR comes from the US census bureau sending invitations to homes to complete the twenty twenty census account of everyone who lives in the U. S. which informs how federal funds are allocated for public services more at twenty twenty census dot gov it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Audie Cornish more than three hundred Americans were stuck on cruise ships in Asia have now arrived in the states they've settled in and military bases where they'll be quarantined for two weeks inlet can just finished up his two week quarantine he's an infectious disease expert at Columbia University who flew to China to investigate the outbreak of the corona virus disease now known as covert nineteen we reached him in New York on his final day of containment welcome to all things considered thank you for the invitation I understand your quarantine was actually self imposed and you spent much of the past two weeks in your basement what was your reasoning for that my reasoning was when I got off the plane in New York I was told that I should go into two weeks quarantine that was confirmed by Columbia University that something which everybody's supposed to do I'm grateful that I have the flexibility to be able to do this my own home and you have no symptoms of cold at nineteen at this point I don't.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Sports time five oh four NASCAR season opening race the Daytona five hundred was halted after only twenty laps yesterday because of rain the complete at this afternoon college basketball it was you con sixty four Memphis sixty one Fordham lost to Duquesne fifty nine fifty four Sienna top Manhattan Niagara got past Monmouth I only by aid over Marist rider bounced Quinnipiac's Saint Peter's crest Fairfield forthright San Diego state over Boise state to improve to twenty six and the Yankees signed former Rockies pitcher Chad Bettis to a minor league contract longtime blue jays shortstop also a former met and Yankee Tony Fernandez has died a five time all star in four time gold Glover he passed away from complications of kidney disease at age fifty seven the twenty twenty snowball is almost here your chance to play on the field at MetLife stadium March sixth through eighth as the New York Giants host to six on six flag football tournament benefitting Special Olympics New Jersey for more info and to register your team visit NJ snowball dot org fan weather today sunny with a high in the upper forties rain likely on Tuesday high again in the upper forties right now it's thirty nine a clear in Central Park that's what's happening Harris Alan with twenty twenty sports on WFAN sports radio one oh one nine FM and sports radio sixty six listen to the fan anytime anywhere download the radio dot com after it if you have a smart speaker just say played WFAN one always radio sixty six while you were sleeping we discussed rob Manfred M. weather was in his interview with call ravage over the weekend or his press conference I feel like at least on social media members been taking a lot of slack what do you want the guy to do I'm with men for leave them alone.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"If you final thoughts James as we draw. Show to lose Air Carlson for the year with a broken thumb. Anything that can go wrong for the sharks. This year has gone wrong. And they don't even have a first round draft pick even maybe think about the idea of doing well in the upcoming lottery. Just one thing after another whether it's injury or poor. Play the fire the coach but Carlson through the year with a broken thumb and I think again sense fans are looking at that whole thing about. Did they make the right decision? Not Resigning him. I don't know that there's many sends fans who are still on the. We should've kept air. Carlson camp based on the way things have worked out and the guy that everybody's excited about in the draft lottery is Alexi La Frontier. He is putting up. Gretzky like numbers. Mario Lemieux like numbers as we were. Were recorded this on on a Sunday. And he had a career high seven points today and get a load of the stats through forty four games. The guy's ninety nine points. He leads the entire junior hockey league by seventeen points so every Ottawa senators fan as we speak right now. Ottawa's got the best chance of winning the lottery and getting left frontier. Because they've got they've got San Jose's Pixel combined with the odds from their own pick. They have the best chance of getting first overall. And everybody's going come on hockey. Gods Cut Ottawa. A little slack That'd be great the him back to my point Stevie. When when do people get most excited in hockey with the offense right? I mean. Listen listen to that big step in your voice? Tv right yeah already ninety nine points. Forty four games. Let's go. Let's get them in the league. Love it and thinking about Joe Thornton of course in reference to rub in one out when he claimed one time that's when his buddy got four goals. I think it was Thomas Hurdle. He had four goals in a game and everybody said always celebrating way too much he said. Listen everybody I'd get my business out and start enjoying myself if I ever scored four goals. Yeah some people love offense some more than others sure and look at the move. Look at that selley at center ice tea now. They're in a big circle and they're doing the same thing. Oh hell there. There must be named for that. I don't think societal I can't think of what right now. I don't tell me to gloves on the line Tommy. Can you help us out with that? Big Sharks Fan all right. We gotta get that. Yeah that I wonder if Doug Wilson we'll survive there. He's got a son work in there too. I think it sounds like the assistant. Gm maybe and he's been one of the most successful guys ever with that team long long standing career there as a front office guy. Douglas almost going well and then this year. It's just been everything he touches turns to stone. He seemed to have that MIDAS touch going but it seems to be long gone now and again I think the girls and things just amuse their leading score and I think he only had about forty points so this team is not scoring. The goaltending has not been there and just everything is going poorly for the sharks. There's no doubt about that. Any final thoughts today James. I got nothing. Steve. I've got zero to K for a final zippo other than my terrible Valentine's Day spending alone in my house sucking my thumb reading articles about Tommy to thank God that you go and say things aren't so bad for me. Things aren't so bad your cat to I can hear your cat Wailing in the background. So that you you know you're you're kind of like a cat lady Yup didn't realize stevie that for I gave them Valentine's Day gift was chocolate. And apparently that's not a good thing to give your pets. No we can kind of taste we'll see..

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Well that was a fun night of hockey at the C. T. C. that courtesy of tsn. Gordon Miller with the call sends when at four three in overtime on artem Anisimov goal. A nice little chip play by Brady could chuck with three points on. The night is actually now three way tie for the sense scoring lead at thirty six points. It could chuck. Jj Pozo and Connor Brown game. Fifty nine and you're scoring leaders have only thirty six points. That's not real good but hands up viewers surprised even see thirty one old artem. Anisimov out there in a three on three setting the score on ice breakaway goal to win it yet. Pie Show in Tyler. Ennis also scoring for the sends Craig Anderson Stopped Thirty. Six shots is a big weekend. Very good in relief in the Toronto loss and good again against Dallas next says we hosting buffalo tomorrow February eighteenth. And I'd probably keep rolling with Anderson. See if anybody comes knocking for them with the trade deadline set for Thursday and as for the win to hell of a team the sends beat stars a thirty four nineteen and six and it's You know what it's great to see former head coach. Rick bowness rolling again in there on an interim basis and Also good to see way less effing blue jerseys in the crowd than we saw the night before that had to be some kind of C. T. C. infestation. Record all right. Let's get to our computing web pool for today because it involves your Edmonton oilers and they got a victory and the three on three as we record this. You're in fact you're delaying the recording of the show. So you can watch the end of the oilers. I was also proud. Well doubled my. I doubt you sent me a c note because I one hundred bucks off through the end of the football season so I threw it on the news. Today they were they were two to one underdogs so double d double the Hyundai Stevie. Thank you for that. It's pretty impressive. When you think about the fact without Connor mcdavid right now But I still like to to to one. That's that's not a bad bet. I think so. And they're rolling. They're playing they're playing. Well this line the the reason that everyone thought. Oh my God connors up. He's going to be back in a few days by the way. Connor mcdavid they said. Oh my God connors out. Who's going to pick up the slack and it's dry. Seidel nugent-hopkins in Yamamoto are. They might be setting the world on fire right now. Obviously they get way more than the normally would so I got the food? Got The pitch Stevie to get the playoff fever pitch going right now I do. I'm starting this. I'm starting to watch the standings now. I always look forward to them. But not the way I do when the sensor involved because they're not involved this just in listen Steve if they if they can win thirty in a role and everybody else goes a twenty five percent sends. Let's get to the web for Harvey Competing Web Pool. What do you think of Zack? Kassian of your Edmonton oilers. Getting seven games for kicking a guy with his skate blade. I think just in a policy. I mean you look at that particular. Play if you've seen the video it's kind of like he's lying on the ground and Eric sure neck is lying down as well. And he's Kinda taking time getting up into Cassius had enough of them and gives them a little sort of Bruce Lee leg kick and it wasn't like a sort of it it didn't even look like the player even felt it to be honest. He got on and got on with his life. Who's probably felt like him? Like a cross check or something like that and not even not even a very hard one but to me I would have no problem with the NHL Saying. Hey if there's any level of trying to make contact intentionally with another player with your skate. Blade is an automatic fifteen games. That's how I would do it. I was reading back about Zack. Kassian he's got a great great story because he had a a life that was spiraling out of control when he started in Vancouver when he was there with drugs and booze and women all sorts of stuff and he was a time bomb on the ice. See what he was. He was completely upside down his life. And it certainly cost him dearly when he was with. Vancouver and then. He turned his life around and he got sober. He got clean. He's like a hundred percent different guy and he was which which is a great story. This is the second time. Steve's been suspended and you fear fear that is going back into his own and I don't I don't mean drugs drugs and booze but the guy was wild man and I'm quoting a coach from Vancouver. Who who was managing him at the time and said the guy was just freaky out of control. You know right. So that's you never see that you never see that the only the only time I can ever remember kicking someone escape was have let the last time I remember it in. Ottawa and I thought have lots was worse. Actually I think that one would. Dublin should have got more to that was more of a way a punter would punk punt the football. Kind of like the to- I like. That's even more dangerous than than what cassie and did but I would throw the book at both of them and I would have if I'm running. Nhl Player safety. I've got an automatic in there. Take the gray area out of it if you intentionally trying to make contact with someone with your skate blade. It's an automatic fifteen games. Yeah yeah he's crazy is man. He's crazy is cassie and there are certain. There's sort of a like no defense against that right. The Guy sees it the show them the video it comes off. The is what the fuck was that. What was that you know? And generally their answers to be. I don't know I don't know I just I just lost my mind. And and if you're running a hockey team and this guy's a gunner right. He was playing on Connor's line and playing great. It's like okay. What's up with that. What's up with that dude? No doubt I mean. He's a and lots of suspension to this. Point is a first time scenario. But I think it's just you know it's one of those plays where he can make it black and white and just say hey. You decided that you're going to try and make contact intentionally. With another person with the escape we all know it can happen in unintentionally but this is so obvious that we just say okay. This is the number whatever it is. That number has to be more than seven in my opinion. But let's check and see what the good listener thinks we've got Zad one. Is there an equivalent act using equipment to injure in other sports and if so what would be the penalty? Imagine a battery charging the mound with a bat in his hand. This is rare in hockey and must be punished severely to keep it rare and he brings up Marty Havlat Times to and what we just saw the Cleveland Brown player clobber a guy or the Pittsburgh. Steelers over the head with his helmet. We saw very deep Minor League Baseball Game. Where a guy just basically beating the pitch the pitcher thrown at through behind him. Instead of going into the mound he turned around and started smashing the Catcher with his baseball bat decided it was a convenient thing right rather than have to run out to the pitcher and this led his buddy it just easier from a couple more here this go through three or four and then we'll get some whatever when you want to react to. Nhl Safety Watcher is personally seven or eight as fair based on how? They've ramped up suspensions in the past. There's legitimate argument to change the rule. I think kicking should be automatic. Ten Games regardless of the history of the player at Aroma. Bean writes seven games. Come on should be fifteen at minimum is not the lack of injury. It is the intent. Riquet see this is a ridiculous decision skates so sharp. Serious injury could have happened. This is one of the most flagrant fouls that could be committed. And there's no excuse and lastly Silva way too low for such dangerous play. I was looking at a minimum ten games more so after his comments about the other player faking and potentially flying into the recipe tried showed no remorse. Scott already. He's already been suspended to boot. This year complete miss okay. We're GONNA take a time out here James But.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"ASEAN SBNation radio big thanks to our producer and you're doing great work on the show also thanks to Doug Russell from WTMJ radio and ESPN radio Milwaukee for joining us in studio last hour here in Chicago's he's in town to cover the NBA all star events she was there Friday and Saturdays to be at the game tonight gives a great insight on that also update from the Daytona five hundred just my set up with the rental stay away it's raining again the race is on hold if they can't get it in today although I'm sure they can do everything they can they do of lights down if they told us they can run it leaving but if they can't get it today they would run that tomorrow and that would at least be a holiday race because tomorrow is president's day so they could run it on a holiday in some sad news to close the show Tony Fernandez or all star shortstop played for a number of teams most notably the Toronto Blue Jays passed away at the age of fifty seven this weekend he was suffering from kidney disease he also suffered a stroke so we give our thoughts and prayers to his family said he was Tony Fernandes remember play was a very good player the number of teams he passed away have a great rest your weekend everybody news that's factual fair and balanced the city's continuing coverage on newstalk eleven thirty W. Y. S. Milwaukee close for comfort I'm Steve Rappaport fox news more than eleven hundred former federal prosecutors and justice department officials calling on Attorney General William Barr to step down for intervening in the case of president trump's long time friend Roger stone the prosecutors to the justice department wanted stone to face between seven to nine years behind bars department leaders that they decided to step in and push for a shorter sentence that has left some Democrats outrage the White House says it still has full faith and confidence in the Attorney General that support came after bar criticize the president's constant tweeting comments on ongoing cases today a senior White House official told fox news the president really has no plans to stop speaking out fox's mark Merritt of covering the president in west Palm Beach the president meanwhile decided to go for a Sunday drive at the Daytona five hundred.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Layovers

"Of Maso advocates argue. Any choices smash poor where you can eat anything. I want something that tastes like reheated. Let's see what I was reading the article and they're saying that you know some of the classics include packing. Assad Nestle AMAC which is coconut rice with chilli chicken and it's fairly common uncle Chin's pins chicken rice with a roasted chicken seasoned rice and Chilean ginger sauce. Which I think we've all had a variation of it's all stuff coming from their sphere of of influence in the region so talked Cambodia Indonesia Vietnam and the Philippines and I was looking at the price other meals cost about twelve Malaysian? Ringgit or about two dollars was ninety cents which sounds really cheap but then I was reading further in the article saying that the average person can go elsewhere and it costs tools and fifty cents. So it's a bit of a premium so I don't know Paul would you put yourself through that. Well look I probably yes just because I wanted to try. I don't know if I'll be killed. That's the second part. Fernandez is the founder of the airline very successful airline very reliable actually as well. It's a low cost but it's it's a very good airline any and he's a he's always been pushing. The limits e wants to make this as a franchisee wants like global more than a hundred so at least in the region they will be other opportunities and I go very very often to Manila. Probably going to be opening. Singapore probably the price tax in Singapore because that Singapore for you. We'll try and there's one option that made me really can Think about that. I want to see says you can pre-order like you would preorder on a our Asia meal you can pre-order meal in the restaurant as well by the way I think it's only part of the menu. There will be airplane. Food arrests will be ordinary in local food. So I think it's the two things one. I think that this ties back to what we were talking about earlier about. What food is accessible and not successful on planes? Without exception eastern North South East Asian food does exponentially better in planes in western foods. If you have a choice to always go with eastern food just because the spices and the cat just jumped on the table. Oh sorry about that. The chilly and everything holds up in the seriousness of holds up compared to Western food. A second of all I really hope they go force with the idea of the planes food. And then when you go to collect your food. They're like Um sorry we're out of chicken and give you the other auctions. I ordered the chicken the hell exact. It's always been you agree with me that in any any airline I mean. Of course we know this cultural differences. You just mentioned Asia. It's it's usually beef fish chicken and pasta next make four specifically sporadically they always what the rotates aroused. It's it's easy. It's they know that the most people are GonNa want that like you start putting like duck or veal on the menu new. It's going to be a situation where no one's going to want it and you're gonNA have a bunch of waste and we know that the pilots have to have the same meal just in case one of them gets food poisoning and the other one nathe separate meal just to be safe but yeah it's always those few. I rarely see I see pork lasts. And that's because with a global audience the the most difficult of the big four. Shall we say of beef fish chicken and pork unofficial broad term. But like. Yeah I get that as well you just said that brought term you probably heard it from the wound was describing may experience in Vietnam Airlines and then you just said meet and I was like okay. Yeah I was just going to go along with that. But now that we're in the World Detroit how in the world of impossible burgers and beyond food. It's like meat and fake meat. I it just doesn't impossible park or something something. The other day. That pork is coming online as well. which is the biggest consumed meat in the world of obvious even if you just said in his shoe? Domestic moral doesn't eat. It is still by numbers. I think. Maybe I'm wrong but I think it's the largest meat in the world so impossible I don't which of the two have done it beneath. That comes on the market. Could be something I don't know yeah. They do one of them beyond Burger beyond already does sausages that I think are meant to be fake pork but yet to your point Kawser houser too so useful beyond their meat for milk and beasts of burden pork generally not besides being garbage disposals. Pigs are just kind of fattened up to be eaten. That's why I guess. The consumption is so much higher on them in the region not Odyssey Jewish or Muslim but everywhere else in the world. It's eating so much I know that chicken obviously in the US is is massive and elsewhere are beef consumption in this country. It's just out of control but that's not the standard for the rest of the world. Not everyone is having a double quarter pounder with cheese every lunchtime. So that's a rare occasion. Well Tony Fernandez the CEO of Air Asia and of that restaurant as a dream of opening one of these new restaurants in Times Square's or probably at some point you will be in the US and to your point no matter how we can muckleshoot. These airplane inspired because they get a not sure they will be exactly the same as per your explanation earlier to have tastes on the ground. I'm pretty sure that there are a little healthier. That a triple Wilbur of that that you find in a so it's still a good option. I will so to your question I will try it. You just mentioned food poisoning. You have the same knowledge as me. We learn in the movie airplane that if you give give to pilot something bad there's no more pilots was actually flying the plane right. Surely you can't be was waiting for so. Have you ever been sick from airplane. Food yourself is at the origin of for. You're not doing it as well or not really I think I have when I was younger. I have also I have been sick on a plane for other reasons. That's not the grays experience of all time so no. I don't think I've ever been food poisoned on a plane. Because then the entire plane would going down and I've never seen like thirty people all rush to the bathroom at the same time because it was an NBC News. Investigation in article came out a a few weeks ago which looked into the airline catering industry in the US. There's something that I didn't know under. FDA RULES SO FDA food and drug correct correct because obviously these two go together in Colorado they do. The rules are actually quite loose. The agency only has to inspect airline caterers. Every three to five years and they can randomly go into plane when time. This is a quote when timing opportunity allow. So it's not that much because I think the food code in the US for restaurants you surely know that better than me is much more stringent the at least every six months or something at least they should go every. Because you gotta remember that those are those are city and state officials that have to have the job so when you go to a restaurant in San Francisco. There's a board of certification from San Francisco. Go which the airlines don't have to abide by because they're not they're being checked federally not at a state or city level to your point in the same article that I read they say that. La County has five hundred health inspectors have the FDA forty entire airline well as has basically six hundred so they don't have a lot of Hanser she go and try to check but it's still because they wear apparently cases last year two thousand nineteen off poisoning. Our there's always never been an outbreak of people dying exaggerate but I didn't realize that the rules were so lose some interesting numbers. They say the three three biggest caterers airline caterers in the US are LSD skychefs which is owned by Lufthansa and it's larger than the two others that were mentioned combined wind gate gourmet which used to be I think owned by the Swiss Swiss air but now is owned by also some kind of private equity and the last one is flying flying food group and interestingly so the first one sky chefs they produce in Chicago only produces twelve to fifteen thousand meals a day for only one location the smallest one flying food group produces us wide three hundred thousand meals and snacks dailies alias. It's a lot of food being produced and not a lot of checks that are not here. finger-pointing you know that they are doing something bad but it should. Our staggered apparently the EU is a little bit more stringent. And but. I don't know by how much it's six billion dollar industry. We should go into during food. Yeah and I know that I used to in a previous life worked in grand transportation about Heathrow and I would see this sort of the mass that was going through there specifically for Ba. And Virgin. The thing I find interesting is that with things like freedom routes else. I'm an open skies where someone like Emirates who wants to centralize all their food out of the Middle East if they have the ability to go Dubai London London. La Who are they relying on for their food. They're going to have to outsource it somewhere else. And you'RE GONNA lose control so it could be a massive concern for somebody who like we'll get onto a little bit but like some of the guys who pride themselves extraordinarily good in-flight food and beverages to have to relinquish control unless they we start outsourcing because obviously not who I used to work for was owned by Emirates Group and therefore they had locations elsewhere but a certain point i. I don't know what the cost looks like for the food. Yeah I mean we all probably have this type of feelings at least in the most recent for meat was probably Cathay Pacific leaving up up San Francisco when I saw you with Alex Birthday this past summer that was Americans which one was it was January so it was a year ago. Oh now well time flies. When I flew Pacific away from San Francisco and leaving from San Francisco compared to one from Hong Kong with staggeringly different different? The quality was good. I'm not talking. The quality there was no food poisoning or something but you could feel that there was a a degree of difference that was quite a massive. And that's probably to your point and they have to outsource in some locations where it doesn't make sense for. Maybe like two flights a day. I don't know how many hours San Francisco to actually create their own cuisine with chef. The basically outsource outsource to whatever is available in the good price. You're right you make bubba sense here in food poisoning. What do you think about that story that you've also read belt? These bigs in Bali. Yeah I saw absolutely hilarious. Oh Bali the airport authority in Bali. Some reason struck up. AH relationship with local farmers and we're all very conscious about food waste and not wanting to see meals that were not being eaten on the flight. Go Go to waste had been providing the leftovers not to the locals but local pig farmers in Bali's the bay could eat it and they had just been told by by the local government to knock it off for a couple of my favorite reason. Is that it's the it sounds like the beginning plot of the movie. Twelve monkeys. Like it's like this. The the basically the concern is that due to concerns about the rising cases of African swine fever pigs are no along get the food because obviously the food's coming from all over the world and as you've seen all of these contagion movies and twelve monkey.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"In checked luggage. The order also permits cargo aircraft to transport lithium ion cells when charge to over thirty percent of capacity win packed in or contained in. Devices. This rule will strengthen safety for the travelling public by addressing unique challenges. That lithium batteries poses says, the US secretary of transportation, Elaine Chao, many airlines already require passengers to carry lithium battery powered devices in aircraft cabins not in the cargo. Hold and the rule is open for public comment for sixty days. He's a good one. You always talk about airline food sou-. Yes. Air China earn. Sorry Air Asia group chief executive Tony Fernandez believed so much in his airlines catered products that he's looking at opening a fast food restaurant based on its food service menu. Fernandez told US talk show host Larry King. He's planning a fast food restaurant serving the low cost carriers meals. I think our food is fantastic. He said we believe in it so much. We're going to start a fast food restaurant out of it. The concept called Santan will serve dishes for marriages flight menu, which is considered pretty much gourmet in-flight Dane Fernandez gave no indication of location or country, though that he had in mind for their new restaurant. I looked at their you look pretty tasty. We'll have to try that up. That's look at travel news for travel tips. Disinfect your airplane seat? That's something that in this time of the year. Everybody's out there. Sneezing coughing and. So I have a few hints for that get the wipes out the disinfectant wipes as soon as you board that way is after you put your luggage in the overhead bin doesn't matter. All the neighboring. Passengers are staring at you or not you're you can have a clean seats so packing. The wipes is only half the battle once you've boarded over come that aversion. Everybody looking at you. Get busy and start disinfecting. You can pretend that those are scares of envy at you're traveling prowess rather than the garden variety side. I look you cannot use the wipes on the seats the cloth and won't work. It'll make it worse. And then you'll have to sit in this damp area. So concentrate on what you can. And that is the surface hard surface of everything around. You is that what you referred to your baking show about soggy bottom could be. Dan. Yeah. But you want to do the armrest. You also want to do the back holder. That's on the back of the Bill that is one of the Germany's places, I mean, even worse than a toilet. You don't know what all has been touched in that area. And you're trying to avoid being sick on a trip. So make sure that that's what she do the back of the seat pocket protector. So they call it. Has been shown to have the highest concentrations of germs. I wanna add be mindful of your fellow passengers I was once on a TWA flight in first class during meal service when this woman changed her baby's diaper on the food tray rather than get up and go into the restroom that's first class. All right. Frequent flyer miles. But you do want to make sure to that you do your seat trae so get all those surfaces done and enjoy your trip and Germ-free, hopefully, I've got some of their menu.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"I did with qualifying which was qualifying shakedown today. Installation lap in qualifying, you know, sixty kilos of fuel or something. But it's yeah. That was a candidate Billy weekend. Definitely I change in and out of my overalls probably a dozen times because it kept. Yep. The cows ready. Oh, wait. It's not just. Going back and forth. But it was his. It was to me. It was a bit like old school nineteen seventy to form the one weekend with just everybody. Mucking? Biggest teams everybody mucking in. And it was just there's there's a real sense of spirit down. That's of the pit lane with with fought together. Cows ready. Yeah. Mechanic's house. They did they were doing forty eight hour shifts. And sometimes what these guys, you know. I'd see them the guy would be in the cockpit to bleed the brace and maybe fall asleep. You know enough time when it's sort of you know, you to open and close the peninsula. So there's just exhausted. Gold knows how they did. And they'd had to do it again when we go to their doing, you know, forty fifty hour shifts is just extraordinarily but Israel shame. You know on the whole with the whole H outra team because if you look at the people we had in the race engineering office. You know, they'd assemble a good thing people, you know, Jeff Willis now at Mercedes Tony Correa left and became achieve race engineered Ferrari Acerra Shikano is now each age p Chevy Pooja laws now chief engineer salvo. You had Stephen Midas who became chief race engineer on the P one Porsche program. You know, you had a lot of good people involved in the in the in the race team and your delauro the who who had the potential good car. So the reloaded good ingredients for she just the the money from from Spain. Just you know, just wasn't there to get the project through you know, as it should have done. We see Formula one grind down a lot of drivers. If things aren't going their way, and it's outside of their control. How do you keep your mentality because it must be quite how that first season? 'cause you you must be going, well, the cosmetic, but I know I'm quickly walk on our chance to show it, how do you? It is difficult. It is difficult. But ultimately, you know, your your point of reference is your teammates, and you pointed of the other people in similar situations. We had we had the Audrius where I could beat team. Oh, Lucas Montreal on a good race there. In Valencia was another good one. What does he will be one of the militia cars, which was for us was was auto little victory. Really? You know, Monaco was pretty good racist. Well to Yano ended up on my head. You know, we we have those old races that sort of Kip deal kept your motivation up the following year. When when basically done this deal with with Tony Fernandez and Lotus, and you know, the the politics in that team was just horrendous. You know, they it's a shame. Because again, they had some good people, you know, people like Dita guys Jodi Ellington as really good people in the, but they had all the politics of a big team in a small team. And you know, I. In hindsight. I regret dot experience and not doing the Indian GP and south a contract in place to do a certain number of races that year, and then that didn't happen. And you know, it took forever for Tony. I finally compensated for our cold from with Tony because he knew out of contract there. And we go to settled, but it was really wasn't a fun year for me. You know being reserved driver contract to do whole bunch of Friday's and some testing, and it kept getting pulled from me, and, you know, days one going world, and I wasn't enjoying it. And I was driving. I wasn't driving well either. And I just constantly felt like just a spare-part. The no really wanted you know, and it wasn't enjoy an enjoyable experience. But I learned from it. And I think I think not getting the chance to do the GP when when I had a rock-solid contractor doing. We had a lot of other stuff lined up with. Ended that that was that was a huge blow. And that was probably the only time in my life. I fall in love with from the one I I did more to raise for six months..

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"A really good professional he was as good at that yeah and a really good guy and although you know people's impressions of any public figure are based on a few things so people associate me with the olympics or with baseball or with whatever but actually once once i got in the groove those two or three years before mar of came back and i wanted more to come back i told dick ebersol one when he asked me if i would move from the studio to play by play i said you know marvis kind of in a bad spot right now but you can't say for sure that he won't be able to come back and if and when he comes back this job belongs to him he does a lot of things but his defining things basketball saw all fillon as long as you need me but if he's able to come back all happily step aside so that's what happened but in the last two and a half years are doing the nba i stand by that i was i i look at those games when when i come across on hand classics and i say damn the those who damn good what about what's best baseball game ever nuts um maybe the most dramatic one was game 7 of the 1997 world series which went extra innings in idaho run his i wanted with the other of mesa blew the lead in then in the ninth tony fernandez sony tony fernandez which cinch thing like tony fernandez is not an bill buckner territory now you know there was a weird time for baseball because people are so frequent mad about those strike right and then rybkin came back in it but it was the year before maguire and sosa right and they those three years other than the yankee fans to look back at ninety six finally men there are no marlins fence but noisy for years are just they that was one of the great baseball games ever never gets thrown into it it was a great game fact jim leyland remember on the baseball network tom verduci and i did the twenty greatest games of the last fifty years yeah because we couldn't go back further than that 'cause rather make sure there was tv and good footed with its so uh i think that game came in at number thirteen and jim leyland said to me you know what.

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"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"tony fernandez" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"A really good professional he was as good at that yeah and a really good guy and although you know people's impressions of any public figure are based on a few things so people associate me with the olympics or with baseball or with whatever but actually once once i got in the groove those two or three years before mar of came back and i wanted more to come back i told dick ebersol one when he asked me if i would move from the studio to play by play i said you know marvis kind of in a bad spot right now but you can't say for sure that he won't be able to come back and if and when he comes back this job belongs to him he does a lot of things but his defining things basketball saw all fillon as long as you need me but if he's able to come back all happily step aside so that's what happened but in the last two and a half years are doing the nba i stand by that i was i i look at those games when when i come across on hand classics and i say damn the those who damn good what about what's best baseball game ever nuts um maybe the most dramatic one was game 7 of the 1997 world series which went extra innings in idaho run his i wanted with the other of mesa blew the lead in then in the ninth tony fernandez sony tony fernandez which cinch thing like tony fernandez is not an bill buckner territory now you know there was a weird time for baseball because people are so frequent mad about those strike right and then rybkin came back in it but it was the year before maguire and sosa right and they those three years other than the yankee fans to look back at ninety six finally men there are no marlins fence but noisy for years are just they that was one of the great baseball games ever never gets thrown into it it was a great game fact jim leyland remember on the baseball network tom verduci and i did the twenty greatest games of the last fifty years yeah because we couldn't go back further than that 'cause rather make sure there was tv and good footed with its so uh i think that game came in at number thirteen and jim leyland said to me you know what.

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