31 Burst results for "Tony Larussa"

Chicago White Sox Sweep City Series vs. Cubs

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Chicago White Sox Sweep City Series vs. Cubs

"Get into the good stuff last night at wrigley field sunday night baseball. The white sox goering for a sweet and man they jumped all over zach davies first offering you the game anderson drives wander right going back deichmann looking at it's dawn. I pitched a game and it goes the opposite way. A home run into the bleachers. Tim anderson with the jack and it's one nothing white sox boop shabby on. Espn radio with the call. Tim anderson actually was not in the original. Starting lineup. he'd gone into tony larussa office after the game on saturday talked about how he didn't feel good at the plate and then he was working on some things in the cage. Before sunday's game coach assam hitting the saw that he'd figured out some stuff with timing And they went to lure us and said he's gotta be in the lineup. He's gotta be in. The lineup and sure enough tim anderson talked his way in the lineup and he hit the first pitch the game for a home run. The white sox were done though in that first. Inning davies delivers swang clobbered centerfield. Or take a back near the wall looking at. It's gone tosses the back towards the white sox first base dugout eloy jimenez when his second homer of the year and that quickly it is three nothing and the lead would continue to build in that first then a swing and a bolt drill out towards left centerfield on its way and it's gone. Two run homer the third homerun derby inning and white sox have exploded. It's five nothing near the top of the first at wrigley on their way to a ninety three

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Hernandez 6 Innings for Royals in 5-0 Win Over White Sox

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Hernandez 6 Innings for Royals in 5-0 Win Over White Sox

"The Chicago White Sox entered the day under Tony LaRussa with the third best record in the American League lost three of four in Kansas city after five nothing set back against the Royals by the middle innings the heat index had reached one hundred nine degrees starter Carlos road done gave up a Homer in each the first two innings to put the socks in the whole early started slow Somerton mortgage certain eventually just showed up with trying to get a going you know over his previous eight starts Diane had surrendered only three homers Brickman Kansas city

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Brewers Beat White Sox 7-1; La Russa, Anderson Ejected

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Brewers Beat White Sox 7-1; La Russa, Anderson Ejected

"Tyrod Taylor hit a grand slam to cap the brewers six run outburst in the seventh inning of a seven one victory over the white Sox right off the bat I was I was unsure but then I I saw the ball fly and I knew I knew it was going to stay there so as is sick I was able to celebrate with my teammates ready tell as went two for three with two RBIs putting the brewers ahead for good with the bases loaded single in the fourth off Lucas G. lido white Sox manager Tony LaRussa and outfielder Tim Anderson were both ejected by plate umpire John let's get in the opening game of this interleague series between division leaders the brewers still lead the NL central by six and a half games over the Reds and the white Sox are nine up on the Indians in the AL central I'm Dave Ferrie

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Radio. Today on CBS. It's live coverage of Gulf second major, the PGA Championship. There are several compelling storylines going in, including column or Kelly trying to repeat last year's win, while plenty of other big names like to capture their first Wanamaker Trophy. Live coverage of the PGA Championship begins today on CBS 855 to 1 to four. CBS. We will talk to Jimmy Hamlin, PGA, Bro. 18 holes. Swing clinic links to the game pin Shot Valley Sports. Yes, Network. At 11:40 A.m. eastern, We'll Talk PGA Championship with him. Philip the top of the leaderboard. People are worked up about it excited about it. We already had one anti feel cold today. That's already how we're going. 855 to 1 to four. CBS. I'll get to Tony LaRussa here in a moment. Let me get the Tony in Vancouver, Washington. Now he's next up on CBS Sports Ready. Hello, Tony. You can be the MBA victim of it Don't self. I mean, the commissioner has no power over the league. The players do whatever they want play whenever I want. They make these max contracts that making super filthy rich they can team up together. For nothing to get under the cap toe win. I mean, when Jordan played, that was the hardest ticket in the end it again. That's that, no matter what city you lived in. That game was sold out before the season started. Because Michael played every game. You bought a Georgia ticket to the balls. Michael Jordan played Today. You don't know these guys are gonna play or not. It's you know, it's easy to win when you play with ringers, and that's what LeBron is done. Well, you're right because it's a It's a sport Well, it's a sport that they need their stars and it's weird because this is why You know when I When I read the stories by Michael Lee and see it. I want to disagree. I can't if it's a lead that's built on star power. And it's what hurts sometimes in the regular season, just like you said, because you don't know whether or not they're gonna play, especially on the road, and it's supposed to be this traveling road show. Well, if I if I'm on a city that doesn't have a star, and that star is already gone. Then maybe I'll go to an NBA game because of the traveling road show LeBron Katie Steph Curry. One of those guys could be in my city at any given night. But if I don't know they're there, then what? Why risk it Because I know I'm not gonna get the money back in the secondary market because the players not there, so that same theory rolls right into the postseason thinking well, Steph Curry's not in the postseason. I know you got great young players. I'm not as interested in some of those great young players. People are more interested in Steph Curry. I think you're right, Tony. Yeah, well, that's just it that they're a victim of their own Selves. You know, they say Well, Jordan had, captain you know, pipping. Went to the Bulls as a rookie. Okay. You lost. Our Jordan didn't grab Barkley and magic and allows you Wan and try to win titles. Wanted on his own. Well, there's a couple Yeah. I mean in Tony, Thanks for the call, Like the problem that I have. And Joe Cory brought this up with me earlier this week, and I love Joe Cory, you can read him on CBS. One of the things that he brought up. Is the salary cap and how much it hurts the MBA and how much it hurts it. General fan If you had no salary cap when LeBron was in Cleveland, the first time around Dan Gilbert would have spared no expense to make sure LeBron James stays with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Toronto Raptors would have spared no expense to make sure that Chris Bosh stays with the Toronto Raptors. Like they never leave Toronto. There were trades made in Boston that change that organization around and really did a number on Kevin Garnett throughout that time, But there were changes made there where I can't really compare that. But if we're talking about free player movement where they pick up and leave If you don't have like there's some player, there's some owners that will put a cap on it, no matter what. I have no faith that Clay Bennett would have kept the Big three down and down in Oklahoma City, with James Harden, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant. I don't have faith that he would have done it. So there are situations were owners would let people go. But I have no doubt my mind that LeBron would have still been in in Cleveland. Chris Bosh would have still been in Toronto couple. Other players would still be in their cities. If there were no such thing as a salary cap or an even more open salary camp. I don't have any Fought my mind that that wouldn't be the case, and that hurts. Mean there. We've gone over Why people don't trust the NBA don't like the immediate Elvis that any other again. If you're listening to this, even if you say you're one of the people who hate the MBA. If you say you hate the MBA, and you're listening to this, there's part where you want to, like the MBA. If you hear these words that I'm saying you want to like it. Tony wants to like it. David and Buffalo wants to like it you want You want a reason to buy in, and Steph Curry is one of those reasons. I can shoot holes in the whole theory of why kids like.

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Tony La Russa Upset With Yermín Mercedes Homer on Missed Take Sign

Drive Time Sports

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Tony La Russa Upset With Yermín Mercedes Homer on Missed Take Sign

"So let's get this German Mercedes stuff You have position player on the mound was a 47 MPH pitch. Game's a blowout. And on a three Oh, pitchy swings any parts it into center field. No problem with it. Now last. Do you think I know Tony LaRussa wasn't a manager last year, but you think he would learn even telling the rest of us are leading to learn from people Because of his Hall of Fame status. You would think he would learn from how Jase Danglard was ripped. Basically telling her name that that piece he was wrong for hitting a Grand slam in a similar situation. J. Singler was trying tow protect his buddy Cris Rivers, the manager for the other team. I don't know why he was doing that's little note to this day turned, the Rooster says he gave the take sign between your members. Sadie's crush that home run Just by the time the guys told me the pitch I ran. Took several steps from the dugout onto the field yelling, Take Take Take It's just the way he was set up. I looked to me like he was going to swing and the old times round the bases. I'm out there. None. No, that was upset because that's not a time to swing three and old. And you know what happened? Look over there and No, the twins knew that was upset. So if I got that, right trace it sounds as if he didn't give the sign right away to take. He just thought that you remember status was going to take it when he thought he was about to swing he gives the signer yells out. Take take take from the dugout. Come on. Would be one thing if you gave the sign way in advance. If it's that late, Give me a break at anyway. They're going to put a position player. The mound. It's a blouse. Let you guys swing. Who cares if it's three? I don't give a rat's ass about these unwritten rules. Who cares about the other team's feelings. One of the Rooster says. Now that you're a Mercedes will be punished for swinging at three

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is John Williams, Sampan Eon, a bitch talk, sports betting and sometimes sports betting with us. I think much ado is being made about the Tony LaRussa Gaff from the other night. Hey, didn't know the rules. Everybody else said we didn't know the rule. Either. We'll get into that with Sam is just a little bit plus up. Just the general world of sports in Chicago. That's right around the corner. Hey, John, you wanted to say something You're on WGN. Thanks for calling in. Die. My God. How you doing? Good. Just want a couple things just on the back. Um, you know, I also disagree. I don't think you should bribe people toe. Take it, you know, But for the after reasons, I don't think anyone should be forced to work course than to taking it because you know, it is an experimental shop has never been approved this so this is an experiment. So I don't see why or how it's morally or even legal to force our course people to take something that frankly, is still in the experimental stage. But then what do you think about the reverse of that? So how about Nicking somebody on their insurance premium if they choose not to on Lee, because it might cost that insurance company more money. You're more likely to be right. But again, you know, that means you're well, that the former, of course, mint right because of the insurance companies for is gonna ding you or give you a financial penalty. Not taking something that's experimental than that. The former, of course meant correct. I get it, although I just understand that we also already have a precedent for this. You get a discount on your insurance.

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Antone brings heat in push for Cincinnati Reds' rotation

Mo Egger

03:22 min | 8 months ago

Antone brings heat in push for Cincinnati Reds' rotation

"Reds played tonight and three hours against the kansas city. Royals perhaps not with these same amount of excitement as the night before her. Green and nikola delo pitched tj anton in relief last night against the dodgers and again that ended with a four four tie. I will admit to you. I get the purpose behind the rule that a team on defense can roll the inning over and basically ended prematurely as a fan. That's not much fun. Tony larussa has said as much. Tony larussa and i are on the same page about anything. That's saying something but above and beyond the outcome of the game which obviously doesn't matter. Tj antone pitch last night and he was phenomenal two innings. His fastball was ninety. Seven ninety eight ninety nine killer slider filthy curve five strikeouts two innings gave up. Just a hit. This is a guy who was a bit of a revelation. Last year made his major league debut with the reds early in the season started. Four games came in and relief and nine others and did a really really nice job. Here's david bell on what he liked from. Tj last night looks very lockton. Yeah maybe could've been the best basketball. I've seen include. Let's santa law so good last year. But his fastball of really good is everyone which means it just locked in a totally kind of grown accustomed to tj being very focused and determined so even those beverly in the spring doesn't surprise me at perching david bell last night talking about t j anto. I don't wanna make too much out of one. Spring training outing the didn't count. There is a lot of foolishness and doing that. But he is a part of a mix of guys who will ultimately answer one of the critical questions about the reds this spring. Which is who's gonna make up the back into the rotation right and even if he doesn't end up as a starter he could be a valuable member of a bullpen. that said goodbye to two quality. Relievers this offseason and rice laziest and archie bradley. But what role will tj antone bien after a good two thousand twenty. Here he is and what role he would like to be. Yeah i wanna start but wherever those. Tv's all right. Good short concise. It's the right answer. You don't get the sense just listening to that that he's going to be upset if he's not a starting pitcher but that is what he's been for most of his professional career one hundred and eleven appearances in the minor leagues one hundred and nine as a starter with different levels of success. I don't think there was anything about just looking. At his minor league statistical profile that would have suggested that he would emerge last. Year is valuable arm but he was. Era to eighty again pitched started four games when needed member wade. Miley had to miss some time. Sonny gray mr starr disc- he came out of the bullpen. Nine times and did a nice job. He'd really did a nice job last year. So now the question is does he factor into the mix a little bit more in the race to be the last starter.

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Chicago White Sox star Tim Anderson backs new manager Tony La Russa after 1-on-1 meeting

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago White Sox star Tim Anderson backs new manager Tony La Russa after 1-on-1 meeting

"So the teams are rolling every wants having calls every day players out and there are still a number of unsigned free agents. How about this one. Scott casimir has agreed to terms with the san francisco giants on a minor league deal. He has not pitched in the big leagues since two thousand sixteen. He's thirty seven years old. They reported this yesterday. What i heard was is that in. His bullpen sessions. Fastball velocity was clocked up to ninety two ninety three miles per hour and you look at kasmir career. Typically you see him Pitch better when he gets his velocity up. That's always been the key. Barometer for him. is his fastball. Velocity a love this from tim anderson. The white sox shortstop met with tony larussa after one on one meeting as you know a lot of people who criticized the white sox for the hiring russa tim. Anderson is invested. His quote was the drive to want to win I'm behind him. A hundred and ten percents

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:38 min | 9 months ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the game. Right Socks made a lot of off season moves. What's your favorite? Wound. You know what? I love the question because there's not an obvious answer. I'm gonna go with Liam Hendriks, The closer for couple of reasons. You know, your bullpen becomes really important, particularly in a stretch drive, and hopefully the White Sox are in the postseason again. But aside from that, he just seems like a really interesting character. Ondas had a fascinating career designated for assignment on four different occasions is kind of remade himself. And I look forward to getting to know him. And hopefully not over a zoom call and 6 ft. Apart with masks on, we've we've come to kind of hate him on the South side because he was with the Rays for a while. He was with Minnesota. We saw him a lot. And he's a kind of the guy that yet Yeah, yeah. Yeah, gets under your skin. But when he's one of yet it's okay. Right? Yeah, I got a meeting. Very good. Brzezinski comes to mind to write right way to Adam. Coming back, and I'm angle and Adam Eaton and I think I got to ask you about Tony LaRussa. What's your take on that? It's gonna be totally fascinating. I've talked to Tony and he is a completely excited about this challenge. Nine years in retirement will be the second active. Hall of Fame manager. Um I I trust his ability with the bullpen. Um, you know the one thing you hear about Tony LaRussa, and I don't care if it's a 46 year old Tony or a 76 year old Tony is that he has managed the game, probably three or four times before the first pitch is thrown. So the one thing I feel pretty confident about is that once the game begins You're gonna have a tough time out, strategizing him, and I think he knows how good this team is. And you know he's not young, So I think he looks at it that he's gonna try to win a World Series here in the next couple of years and then maybe call it a day. I would love for you to make that call on the radio. That's what I'm looking forward to You and me. Both Len KASPER, the new radio voice of the Chicago White Sox, Len Thank you for taking the time to join us here at W. G, and we really appreciate it. All the best. You and the socks on the south side for baseball whenever it starts. Yeah, my pleasure. Thanks for having me on your very, very welcome. We're going to talk about preservation here in Chicago. That's next here at 7 20, WGN. Different future starts.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Well. Saint Anthony served predominantly black and Latino patients in Chicago, Adams has been encouraging communities of color to get vaccinated. Y M. C A on Chicago's North side is closing next month after serving the public for nearly 70 years. The Y M C had Metropolitan Chicago says the high ridge y M. C. A is permanently shutting down January 29th. Due to the overwhelming economic stress caused by the cove in 19 pandemic In his last days as attorney general Bill Barr says there's no need to appoint a special counsel. Look into allegations of election fraud. I thought of special counsel at this stage was the right tool. On was appropriate. I I would do, I would name one, but I haven't and I'm not going to. While the president has continued to claim widespread fraud during the election bar, says he hasn't seen anything that would change the outcome of the election. Despite the covert 19 pandemic, millions of Americans are expected to travel during the holidays. If you plan on traveling from the Chicago area, you may want to avoid peak travel times, according to Triple A Chicago Motor Club. Roads are expected to be the most congested After Christmas, they say the worst time to travel is around 4 P.m. on Wednesday, December 30th. Now with sports Here's David seems like the MBA season just ended. It was October 11th when the Lakers and Heat finished the finals and tonight the new season begins to games on the schedule, including those Lakers getting their championship rings before facing the Clippers. The Bulls start tomorrow against the Atlanta Hawks. NFL Cincinnati over Pittsburgh, 27 17, Bears linebacker Khalil Mack and kick returner Cordero Patterson, both named to the Pro Bowl, which will be conducted virtually this year with a syriza of events. Former Rams and Steelers pass rusher Kevin Greene has died. The Hall of Famer third All time and sacks with 160, trailing only Bruce Smith and the late Reggie White White Sox manager Tony LaRussa expressed regret and remorse. After pleading guilty to a misdemeanor reckless driving charge stemming from his dy arrest last winter. Lucy insisted he does not have a drinking problem. He hopes the fans Forgiven. The White Sox issued a statement saying they're.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:15 min | 11 months ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Fans of ST Louis Stoney spent 16 years managing the Cardinals. You want to world serious titles? Anyone? Really? I mean, honestly, a legion of fans, so let's go back to 2007 Tony LaRussa in Jupiter, Florida. Ring training with the Cardinals drunk asleep at the wheel of this car stalled and an intersection of three o'clock in the morning he was arrested, then in a police video. This way. I gotta tell you around the newsrooms of ST Louis, and it was pretty tough to watch. And, Yeah, it was apologetic at the time, he vowed he had learned his lesson ensured that it wouldn't happen again. Then you got to remember that two months later. Cardinal released that your John Hancock on a Saturday afternoon that's two innings of the home game against the Cubs. That night, he made the rounds of a number of bars, including Mike Santon's place. Halves out on highway 42 o'clock in the morning, runs his car into a part so truck on the side of the highway. Josh Hancock dead at 29. And I mean that brought it home. But it was only a reminder of high profile ST Louis athletes who made jaded decisions under the influence. And caused a lot of suffering for themselves and others. 1997 ran's starting linebacker Leonard Little Drunk leaves the Adam's Mark hotel celebrating his birthday with teammates. I remember it because we share the birthday October, the 19th. Two blocks away. He collides with a car driven by a woman named Susan got Wyler, who was on her way to pick up her teenage son from a concert of Kiel Center. Susan got Wyler dead at 46. Little was convicted on manslaughter. Now, here's a high profile athlete with the best lawyers and down and he received four years probation off 1000 hours of community service. Seven years later, he was arrested for D W Y on highway 40 and would do in this time. The judge wasn't so many in two years probation and six months Of weekends in jail and, of course absolutely off season. Now the whole point of this is it may sound like it, but we're not here to judge the White Sox will do what they want to do. But you have to remember there are over 10,000. After two fatalities in the United States every year that involved drunk drivers, families that are ripped apart people that have taken other lives and Badly, sometimes their own. We're getting into the holiday season. No matter what Cole did does whether we could celebrate. We can go here. We can go there. We can do this. We could do that. The idea again. Don't drink and drive. We'll see what happens with Tony LaRussa as a manager. The guy is excellent as someone who said it would never happen again. Papers and ST Louis. Have the question this in print out, right? Do you have a problem? Director? We don't know. One time is too many, two times. You have to look at it that way. That's where the focus of ST Louis is on this because of the things that I just mentioned, Like You said the holiday season. A lot of people will be drinking, of course and You gotta be careful. Do you wiser easy to get, and it's easy to turn your whole life around in just one second for the worst. No doubt about it when I don't have a life that's right. Exactly one else's life. It's just so scary. I mean, there's somebody different options with uber. And options that really didn't exist before Taxi cabs get a designated driver be smart. That's why you are flying this year, JT and I said, I'm not gonna have you on the road for the holidays just not worth the risk, and we're super excited to spend some time with you over. Thanksgiving and know that you are not on the road. Well, so I gotta tell you off the subject of Tony for just a second. I am still looking forward to coming down their Thanksgiving I've said it before is my favorite holiday and to be able to spend it with you guys. I mean, I'm really excited. I can't wait to see everybody. Well, we're certainly looking forward to it as well. 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"tony larussa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves. That's going Freddie. Did you bail? Freddie, if we could just for a quick moment? I don't want to interrupt. I don't want to interrupt at all. Because this is obviously a big moment for you. No doubt about it. Yeah, I'm here. All right, Freddy. Go ahead. If you can tell us what winning this prestigious award means to you. Uh oh, my goodness. Um S O s So many emotions right now. This is Absolutely incredible. Never did. I ever think something like this could happen. You know, my dad and I, We were just playing, you know, taking batting practice and having fun when we're when I was a kid and You know, Look, look where we are. Now It's SSM a zing and for me to be able to share this with my family. It's pretty special, and you can understand why the American League MVP is White Sox first baseman Jose Bre. You He came away with 21 of 31st Place votes to edge Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez and Yankees infielder DJ LeMay. You He powered the White Sox into the playoffs for the first time since 2008. Leading the bigs with 60 runs knocked in 148 total bases, topping the American League with 76 hits and a 6 17 slugging percentage. Speaking of the White Sox, they are sticking with new manager Tony LaRussa for now, saying they understand the seriousness of the latest drunken driving case. The club will have more to say once the case is resolved. The Hall of Fame manager arrested on Misdemeanor d U I charges in February, he pleaded not guilty buster on Li Ke, Sanjay will and Zubin. I don't think it's gonna affect it. It all just in talking with officials with other teams Last night, the least surprising thing was that the White Sox immediately put out word. That this will not change Tony LaRussa status and look, Jeri Ryan's Dorf is without a doubt. In my experience, at least when it comes to front office people the most loyal Owner in professional sports. It doesn't mean he's the most effective. It doesn't mean is the best owner. But he is the most loyal, which is why he decided he was going to give Tony LaRussa this unusual opportunity. Nine years after Tony last managed You know, at a time when Tony 76 years old, and so it was not a shocked anybody around baseball last night, though, the White Sox were immediately tamping down the idea that this deal I was gonna affect Tony status buster only on the dy, not necessarily impacting. Larus is job status as they move forward Freddie Coleman on that subject. They sued right if they're on the Chicago White Sox. They're only doing it because they want to keep him no more no less. They're not interested in justice. Then it isn't making sure the right thing is going to happen or the right judgment is going to happen. It's all about man. Ho Tony can escape this because, man, this really looks bad. You don't want him to go anywhere. We want him to stay. We know that people don't want him, but Well, we're hoping that the odds are going to be in his favorite out favor because we have sold our soul to bring him in, when plenty of people do not want this to happen, and they believe the white side should move on and not even wait for judgment That's going to happen involving Tony LaRussa. You're listening to SportsCenter all night on ESPN Radio and the ESPN APP. I am Jim Basketball. The Ivy League became the first conference to cancel winter sports. Which includes men's and women's basketball bring sports have been delayed through the end of February and sports that were put off in the fall will not take place in the spring. The decision comes 13 days before the scheduled start of the college basketball season. Ivy League executive director Robin Harris on Freddy and Fitz Simmons on the decision that went into this. It was a very challenging decision in that we are heartbroken for our student athletes and our coaches who are missing out on these experiences, but our presidents Her guys, the health and well being of student athletes of the campus community and of the general public. And it just came down to the fact that the current trends of the virus with the increasing rates and cases And hospitalizations are continuing to impact campus policies that as we go into the next term, are going to still be restricting travel. The size of group gatherings and visitors to campus in the spring. Awhile. Athletics is incredibly important to our campuses and to our student athletes. All aspects of our campus. Life is being impacted by the virus, and everyone is making tremendous sacrifices. And unfortunately that has extended again to athletics, ESPN college basketball insider Jeff Borzello on Sports Center on the decision Harris made in the variables, the conference considered and she was heartbroken. That they had to make things decision again. They have not played a sport since last February last early March, and so, she said, You know they didn't want to make this decision, but it was the right decision. She said that the Presidents came to the conclusion that just in terms of not just sports, but in terms of the rules that they have the In terms of groups gathering on campus in terms of travel, they just cannot fit a sport into those rules, and the risk would not have been mitigated enough. She said that the coaches and athletic directors try to come up with alternatives. In order to have a season. You know, no overnight travel, changing the way they get meals, and she just said that the president did not think it mitigated the risk enough on gesso. Basketball's basketball, winter sports gonna be canceled. They decided they couldn't start it in just march on and say, Hey, we're gonna have a conference tournament just so we can get to the end state tournament. She thought that the president's thought that that would have given out false hope. She said that the trends are not going well. Right now. They're hoping to start spring sports in early March, but she couldn't make that promise. They didn't wanna make that promise to winter sports that they could start in early March to have a conference tournament. You have to wonder if other conferences will be soon to follow. Coming up. Tiger Woods does something at the Masters He's never done in the Colts and Titans battle for supremacy in the A F C South. And how does.

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"White Sox bring back Tony LaRussa" with Ryan Theriot - Episode 034 - burst 2

The Sportscaster and Her Son

01:21 min | 1 year ago

"White Sox bring back Tony LaRussa" with Ryan Theriot - Episode 034 - burst 2

"You know so. I don't see now if you could get chris carpenter to manage to coach and that'd be a great get car has some really interesting traits. We saw what he did on the field. You know i'm saying. Saudi did eleven in the world series. Great career prior to that but just a leader in every sense of the word players gravitated toward him when he spoke people listening. You know he's kinda got that commanding personality. You mentioned the game changing and get a little bit younger and and a little bit more. Flashy you know it. It's tony gonna have the ability to change. You know if you bring in. Chris rock and they're going to have the ability to change. Because it's not what it was five ten fifteen twenty years ago you know as far as the players expressing themselves differently and and the unwritten rules are starting erase as we've all seen so i think there's gonna be some give and take on both sides. Motorist this marriage to work. But i do think it's environmental higher anytime you can bring on and tony larussa. I think i think he gotta do. Y'all honestly i'm still just before and a few interviews talking about this. He's the greatest baseball mind. I've ever been around and i mentioned some pretty good ones and it's taking nothing away from the guys. I played for because they're all phenomenal managers but he just was excellent in a lot a lot of areas. That's really interesting.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"In the third inning of the game in april. probably not. it's it's going to be so so so interesting. I just hope that it doesn't suck all the fun out of his team because they really truly have an exciting roster and it's only going to go three agency. Well i listen. I think that larussa smart enough to understand all of that. And he's he's not dumb enough to try to just impose old school ways on a team like that and suck the life out of them aggie and even said this week that once. Jerry reinsdorf told ozzy that he would not be the manager as was pretty upset about it but when he was told that it was going to be. Tony larussa is. He said it's the greatest move they could make. So why don't we jason. Let's bring in. Let's bring in someone else. Who has played for tony larussa. Maybe he can put your concerns at ease. How about somebody ryan -tario should we give them a call. I jason. so you're upset about the larussa higher. Because you're such a big white sox fan. I want to bring in someone. I'm not sure if he can actually give us make us feel a little better about it but he did play for tony larussa two time world series champ former cardinal and former cub now host of the riott podcast on one. Oh four or five. Espn baton rouge ryan. -tario is joining us. Hi ryan alario. Great peggy our you. We are doing okay. But i gotta talk jason off the ledge here because he really wanted. Aj hinch in chicago on the south side and instead it looks like jerry reinsdorf got his way and is kind of you know making things better at thirty four years ago when larussa was fired by the white sox played for tony larussa. So first of all. Were you shocked when you heard that. The white sox hired him and brought him out of retirement to manage again. I look i wouldn't say shocked was a little surprise. You know when when the Brought back last year houston kinda bianca. I thought i had say. And he's probably gonna come on and manage again talking to rival those guys had and you know let's stuff with No i mean. I don't think shocked the word surprise. Probably a little bit like you said that. There's some very qualified managers that are out there still but i think doing very job You know we you. You played for him right before he retired winning. Winning the title in saint louis. You were brought. I believe they traded for you right that season. I signed a finding a free agent. Okay so you signed as a free agent so take us back to twenty larussa. At time was sixty in his mid sixties late sixties. What was he like to play for. you know what what should we expect. Well you know. I was very blessed to play hall of fame. Caliber managers You know l. la and baker. Joe torry Tony bruce bochy. You know so. It was really awesome to me to be around. These base. Bikes and leaders Tony of all of those guys are prepared By far meaning nothing taught him off guard. He had sticky stotts and information for everything that was going on the of today's game We will not be too much for him. he's probably actually gonna love it. you know. And and And the great communicate. You know a guy that can get that can communicate with all different types of baseball player that you had no clubhouse. Major league can be extremely diverse Guys from all over. America different backgrounds. But with all the major sports you know probably soccer is similar but you have players different areas of the world and bomb different cultures and tony was just the master force communicating with all these players. Play hard for jason. Good thing that the thing that i've been seeing on twitter and honestly little bit and mentally stay with myself that i think people are getting the most caught up in the age. Seventy six years old is not young. No matter how good you look no matter how good you sound. Do you think that the age is really gonna matter because people are worried. So much about their god. It's gonna peak when he's eighty and we needed demand for the next decades. You think age is really gonna matter. What the objective is a racist to win the world series. That's a great question. i mean what. What is the manager. really do in any way. It's a great question to ask now more than ever when we see a move like kevin cash smell. And it's been rumored you know that came from cop and everybody says the general managers another shippers actually making out the lineup smile and and he manages just million in your head. You've seen managerial salaries. Go down because of that. They've added back in analytic support You know zoom meetings with harvard grads get never played baseball before telling you know major grand jury who should probably in what condition in a game has shifted and changed quite a bit. I don't think tony's age has anything to do with you know now. He's even in good health. I know that You know he's got a ton of energy But i i don't see that being a problem it would be a problem if he says. Hey guys i'm gonna manage for a couple of years and then i'm out you know. Then you gotta wonder free agents are gonna wanna come in and play. If they don't know what type of stability gonna be a banjo standpoint. But i see in taking the job. Jason and last he's got five six seven years in and you know to give to organization a couple named i've seen brought up your your and chris carpenter was mentioned as a potential to be the new pitching coach. And on your molina. Who's created this year twitter. This week the his name was mentioned as potentially being brought into the white sox backup catcher so can be on either of the two former teammates. The impacts and House like their abilities would help the white sox if they were coming out the organization next year we'll start ever see out again back up so You know we're talking about the greatest catch and every year on you know. I don't care what you say guys. Expensively impacted the game in an era where great athletes. I mean the the peak of the athlete in baseball and yanni was shut down the offensive game. Changer thought himself to be a a really good hitter. You know so. I don't see now if you could get chris carpenter to manage to coach and that'd be a great get car has some really interesting traits. We saw what he did on the field. You know i'm saying. Saudi did eleven in the world series. Great career prior to that but just a leader in every sense of the word players gravitated toward him when he spoke people listening. You know he's kinda got that commanding personality. You mentioned the game changing and get a little bit younger and and a little bit more. Flashy you know it. It's tony gonna have the ability to change. You know if you bring in. Chris rock and they're going to have the ability to change. Because it's not what it was five ten fifteen twenty years ago you know as far as the players expressing themselves differently and and the unwritten rules are starting erase as we've all seen so i think there's gonna be some give and take on both sides. Motorist this marriage to work. But i do think it's environmental higher anytime you can bring on and tony larussa. I think i think he gotta do. Y'all honestly i'm still just before and a few interviews talking about this. He's the greatest baseball mind. I've ever been around and i mentioned some pretty good ones and it's taking nothing away from the guys. I played for because they're all phenomenal managers but he just.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

The Sportscaster and Her Son

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son

"The baby. Boomer i'm jason crane refreshing. Ut austin generation nine editor joke ruin and you're you're doing okay. Jason you sound a little under the weather how you feeling really thick now. I'm going to be completely i. I have felt the second awhile Fingers crossed it's not co- bit i'm gonna go get tested once for this and You know hopefully all's well some coming home and a half weeks so i guess if there's one silver lining of this that and getting sick before i come home so then i'll be able to get the full home experience on back all but Kinda sucks right now especially with the great weather last football game. This weekend it's really inconvenient time dissect but i was at the focus on my health above have times. Okay buddy. I feel bad for you all right. Let's let's talk about this episode. Your white sox hired tony larussa. After firing manager of the year candidate. Ricky run to who took the outsiders to the postseason for the first time in twelve years. They hire a septuagenarian hall of fame. Coach tony larussa. Clearly jerry reinsdorf decision. Everyone knows the story that he never got over the fact that he let hawk harrelson fire. Larussa thirty four years ago. When hawk was the general manager and now late in life. He's making amends. Jason mo- sox fans hate this. Move if you were to believe talkradio here in chicago. How do you feel This so this is one of the things. Obviously i q things about the white sox before they get out. Here was the things that might happen. People were talking about the field. Talk about and when i heard the first time in my twitter like there's no way how they're going to do this because the back was against the organizational direction of the young team with players that are under control for the next five sixty. You would like a manager was used to working with that. Aj hinch and and manager who is able to cater to a young clubhouse a clubhouse that obviously has a lot of fun. let's celebrations in the handshake. I mean clubhouses very diverse of one of the most diverse clubhouses in baseball. And they hire seventy six year old manager who has left baseball before defensive shares manager challenging and statcast than in the game. So it's gonna be really interesting honestly. I've been telling all my friends and everybody i've talked to. They win the world series next year. The move will always because for me. Because all i ever wanted is to see what sock world series but if we are two years on the line and the white sox of not wanting wealth two years at the very least made it to the world. Series is one of the worst in sports history. The white sox had the opportunity to the top five managers in sport and age agent. Alex cora and then an interview either of them which is an absolute disaster in its own right but rousseau there's no doubting that he's the greatest man history of the sport that i believe the game has tapped them up. I don't know he's going to be able to adjust to the game. Like i said he was not thankful the last time when the manager challenges in fact he. He's been retired for three years before the manager challenged within the play. Or you're going to be and feel the series he's going to be able to just three better minimum our guys giulino or dallas parkway going to be left in the game for too long i. I'm really concerned. I'm intrigued and i'm really hoping that. End up being the best move. But i can't help selfish on jerry reinsdorf part but you know what's crazy though is that he's supposed to be the anti analytics higher. Get when tony. Larussa came into the game as a manager. He was considered the nouveau manager. Because he was a lawyer he had a law degree and he was outsmarting everybody else and people thought. Oh gosh this is new school baseball. It's never going to work so if he was able to change it back then. What's not to say that he can't adapt now. He's a smart guy. Well he's the only time. Baseball fact white sox test stuff in to stanford grads and as ancient sam fold so clearly. There are other smart guys out there. I suppose the cards of the ability to it for a second time to a changing game at the age of seventy six is something that i really really worry about i again. It goes back to shifting. Goes back to do. Pick changes pinch hitting tampa bay. Rays came to game short of winning a world series. And they did that through. Platooning airings teams for the most part using openers have their playoff games and fifty percent playing the match. Yes it ended up coming back to bite you having cash in the the cold lake now and in the fifth or sixth innings saying. But that's just a small small sample size especially for ran. The table was topsy. The american league made it all the way to the world series and put up a fight against an incredibly good dodgers san so again you need to have analytics baseball. And what. I've been telling people what are the most the higher rehires around him. It's not going to be as much about hamilton about the bench coach in the pitching coach. Now i just hope that they can make the right decision with those two because truth be told. The bench coach is likely going to be the max manager and if they get somebody good like joe's fodder from the astros or a heard dickers- he's named thrown out there a million and a half times Even to sign yada your bellina the backup catcher. The theory wonder yati couldn't breathe it into being a future manager because of his leadership and game calling skill so it's gonna be more about. Who hires around him. Obviously the micro. The microscope will be very much under this year. it makes me laugh a little bit to the white sox had has this in their hands. Ej answer could have fired him world series winning manager when the no successful managers. Recent memory say what you will about cheating. But i think that a lot of people would rather have a proven cheater than seventy six year old at this house while you're gonna see lot of them now that he's in the division and that could really really come back to the white sox rhythm stars is absolutely you know who else is in the division the one of the youngest managers in baseball rocco baldelli from the twins If former larussa understudying. Mike machine and terry francona include went. Who he could be seen the end of his managerial career. And then the indians are going to hire young. They can hire sandy alomar junior. Who was brought up to the white sox role in. There's so many storylines especially in the al central next year. And i really hope to. God the ricky renner retired somewhere else because that truly is one of the most depressing sad baseball stories ever especially for white sox end up winning the world series in the next two years. But you know. I do agree that they needed to change. And it's gonna be so interesting seeing how larussa manages guys like Tim anderson and louise robert and jimmy court going to be allowed to to pull up his sleeves and show off his by us. When he's pitching probably not is anderson going to be able to bat with a homer.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"1 806 368686 big head bets. James Kelly. What? His thoughts on the NFL weekend We're gonna give you a few games that you want to hit. Get down, Hammer get paid Our watch with interest this weekend. For entertainment purposes. Only. That's coming up next segment. Obvious weak It was coming up before the end of the program quickly. I do want to talk about summation. Baseball news, You know, the rule of manager in baseball has been changing over the years. There's been this moved to younger managers who connect with their players on a personal level, and in some cases they service an interface between the analytics crew in the front office and the players on the field. Right. We've seen this You've seen guys like David Ross Aaron Boone moved directly from broadcasting right? Into the most pressure pack seats in baseball. We've seen this time and time again, so you see this move You see this movement towards younger managers and different roles. So the White Sox unveil their new manager. What did they do with it? Where did they go? Do they find some young guy who's got a crazy head for the game? Did they find a recently retired player who can connect with players on a personal and a professional level? A guy with an analytics background? No, they hired Tony LaRussa. Wait, What? Hell Year is this 2020 or 4000 or 1979, because that's when the White Sox hired Tony LaRussa the first time 1979 19 freaking 79. Not only is that before all of his players were born, that's before other managers were born. He was hired before. Other managers were born. Twins manager Rocco Baldelli was born in 81. The White Sox hired a guy That they hired first in 79. They hired a guy before another manager was born. That's how all that guy is. You're probably wondering damn room. How old is he 140? Nobody is 76. I'm not going to ask if you could find somebody who's younger because you pretty much couldn't find anybody who's older. Just like I can save my breath and I do not have to ask if you considered hiring somebody who looks more like the players he's about to work with. I get the sense that really was not on the table. Alex Coral was available. A J. Hinch was available and do not tell me they were passed over because of cheating scandals. And that T L. R was the right pick because he's scandal free. Because if you think that you must have slept through the eighties and nineties. Again in the year 2020. They hired a guy that they first hired more than 40 years ago. Are they gonna bring Wilbur Wood with him? I'm not going to say that Tr is ah, horrible higher. But I am going to ask Was Connie Mack not returning your calls. Did you consider the late Casey strangled? About Walter Austin. Did you kick the tires on John McGraw? I'm sure Cap. Anson probably has some great plays up his sleeve. Listen. Tony LaRussa has had a great career. Tony LaRussa is a Hall of Famer. Not a future Hall of Famer. He's already in the hall of Fame, and you're gonna bring him back to the dugout. He's been away from management since 2011 Thegame has changed a hell of a lot in the last decade and yet, you're gonna bring this guy back, GM Rick Khan said in a statement. Quote were extremely excited about the future of the team and quote Matt takes him Go, Nad takes some balls imagined the audacity to use the future. Quote the word future When you're hiring a manager who had the job more than four decades ago. That'd be like me saying, I'm excited about the future of Rick. Make no mistake. Finally, it's like what? What? What? What Ideo? Nothing really just got old. That's what you did. That's not your fault. Listen, Make no mistake about this. Rich old and this was a Jeri Ryan's store of decision. As Jeff Passan tweeted quote The Chicago White Sox have hired Hall of Famer Tony LaRussa is their manager, LaRussa 76 managed the White Sox from 79 86. His firing was owner Gerry Ryan's dorm is great regret. LaRussa last managed in 2011 when he led ST Louis to a championship end quote. A couple of quick thoughts on that. When I say that they hired him in 79. I'm not saying like they hired. This guy's an area scout or across jacker. He was manager in 79, All right. 40 years ago. And then you fire this guy in 86 Ryan's Dorf. And you still regret it, Dude, get over it. That was 34 years ago. You're trying to right a wrong from 34 years ago. That's why you're hiring this guy. Because that was your great regret. From the sounds of it. It's going terribly already check this out from the athletic quote. LaRussa said He has not spoken to any White Sox players yet, but Sox players who spoke to the athletic Ranged from cautiously open minded, too dismissive and derisive. In the reaction to the hiring other socks, officials express shock. Even the risers. Preference for LaRussa has only grown more clear over the past few weeks and quote Men love it when you hire a manager, and the reaction is dismissive and derisive from the players. That's awesome. That's going great and shock from the staff. By the way, those concerns are legit. Because it's not just that Analytics have changed in the last decade or how the game is played and how it's celebrated, too. Remember this is the guy remember what this guy said about analytics. In the past. He's been one of the staunchest guardians Ah, baseball's code as well. This is the same guy who told The Washington Post quote. If you don't think sportsmanship belongs in the game, your four bleep That's not some quote from ancient history, written down by George will. LaRussa said that in August August after Fernando Totti's junior hit a grand slam on a three account. Like one of the best moments of the year, and he had more quote. It's just not sportsmen like the way it was described to me, Wass. It's team against team. That's what our sport is with these very talented individuals matching up. What it isn't, though, is an exhibition of your talents..

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Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years

"We hear the news well, that news being that the Chicago White Sox have hired Tony Larussa. As their new manager seventy, six year old Tony Larussa, he becomes the oldest manager in the majors by five years. And he's only the second major in Major League baseball history to take over a team as seventy, five years or older. Jack mckeon be and the other one he was eighty rounds. At, which is just that sounds crazy. I mean I guess he was in great shape but he was eighty two over tomorrow marlins they went forty and fifty. and His old job because out there was an old joke about I'm not going to give you the punch line foot. There's an old joke about his nickname was trader Jack Right Jack McKee. At he was eighty years old at the old joke was like he's so old that. Guess what they were trading back. There wasn't ball players like how long he's half. I know where you were going with.

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Chicago White Sox name Tony La Russa, 76, new manager

John Howell

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago White Sox name Tony La Russa, 76, new manager

"Hired a new manager today. He's a familiar face. Tony LaRussa, the man who led the Sox to a division championship, the Western Division back in 1983. The year they lost to the Baltimore Orioles for the American League pennant. Tony LaRussa, then went on to win three world Siri's with the A's one with the A's and two with the Cardinals. He's 76 years old John Howell. But now he's coming back to the White Sox. And here he is. Saying he was sick of plain or sick of working upstairs behind a desk during the last bunch of years that I've been upstairs where there would be friendly B or the D backs Angels REDSOX Uh, there's a wonderful opportunity to stay close to the game. Watch the game from upstairs, but I always had this thought, Man. It's more flooding. It's more fun downstairs. I tell you what it is that he's an interesting guy. And

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"tony larussa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tony LaRussa as the new manager of the White Sox. We continue to take their phone calls on the still really surreal and surprising move. Even Ricana admitted that that was not what he was considering when the Press conference was had to fire Ricky Regnery a few weeks back, so we'll take your calls 3323776 while all the big names on the bears in the north that did not improve no Robinson, a still in concussion protocol did not crack. Remember Taylor. Gabriel found himself in concussion protocol last year and actually was out for quite some time. I'm not connecting those dots directly. I'm just refreshing your memory that there are some instances where players going to concussion protocol, and it does take a while to get back. Mac, who did not practice with the ankle injury yesterday, did not practice once again today, so that's two days in a row. Then the other big name is Cody White Hair. Those air the Big three. White hair again has that calf injury And this will be the second straight day that Cody white haired lady that I am actually personally with no inside information. Mork concerned with white hair than Robinson's availability that am Mac. I I've I am expecting Khalil to play again. I don't have any inside information, but I think of the three I would be most hopeful with his chances of playing now, if you look at Khalil Mack when he's been with the Bears, he usually place through the bumps and the bruises, But I do believe when he missed two games in 18 wasn't it due to an ankle injury? I think you are correct. So are correct. It's something you gotta monitor here. And you hope that at least their limited tomorrow the only good news that I see on this is that Cole commit. Put the back issue and he was limited yesterday was a full participant today, so they're going to need all hands on deck, especially if Robinson can't go offensively..

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Numbers are going up along with the Yeah, This is the highest record we've had since the pandemic began in Illinois. But, you know, Illinois is not the only state in the Midwest seeing record highs. Three other states, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan all seeing record highs. Today is a scary thing is our positivity rate is approaching 5% again. Yeah, it's four point Percent. It was 4.6 yesterday, Lou Manfredini will be here. Dimitrius Ivory is well, It's a tag team Weather watch as we're going to get to a freeze, warning, a Dimitrius says even north of Cook County along the lakefront, you may well see freezing temperatures tonight, which isn't too far off. I think the typical first freezes around October 13, so we'll talk to them a little bit later. I want to start the program Kim by the story about Eddie Johnson, which is just a remarkable Turn of events. I mean, you talk about a guy who has fallen Eddie Johnson and record speed, really? It's Ah, yeah, There's a lot of bombshells that were dropped today by his former driver. Who you know was she's claiming sexual assault, sexual harassment while she worked for him for three years and very detailed, right. And yes, I mean, I'm not going to ask you to go into the details, but I mean, this was she was not just making sort of Big allegation. She was explaining in detail what was going on right and a lot of it happening in his office at CPD headquarters, apparently allegedly. Alright, we'll follow that through the day. Kevin Powell is in sports. What's the big talker today? Kevin? I just kind of keeping track of some covert cases, really throughout the entire sports world. The Atlanta Falcons shut down their facilities today. Much of this is just a precautionary after one player tested positive earlier this week, and there are some end of season honors for the White Sox today, re Kon Voted sporting news executive the year for spacemen. Jose Bray, you voted Player of the year That's sporting news, not official MLB awards, but Jose Brave front runner for league MVP this season, and the socks were looking out. Billy Martin is a possible manager. Tony LaRussa. His name just continues to come up Steve and it initially when we you and I both kind of looked at each other when that broke just a couple days ago, Kind of like really, But it's It sounds like it's eating up in there going toe. Have a conversation. I still think they go with a J. Hinch, the former Astros so hinges of free agent, right? I mean, so he doesn't know one needs permission to talk to him, right? Well, he was let go after the cheating scandal with the Astros, so that will be a much Heated conversation between sacks fans in the baseball world. If socks do hire him, Hey, he did have a hand in their cheating scandal with the Astros. Remember they were stealing. There was all sorts of different stuff and stealing signs and whatnot. But he was suspended this year, so he's not even with an organization. They were stealing popcorn along the third base line two Have you noticed during these? The Astro Siri's How much the players air covering your mouth when they're talking? I have. I mean, a lot of art of the Astro. So what do you think that's about like they know that there's teachers out there well, It could be. Yes, It's also just strange without I know they are having fans down in Arlington but the entire season. It's just so quiet during baseball games. I mean baseball games aren't necessarily always hold that loud. But nobody in the stands. That was one of the questions was What if they could just hear what they're saying in the other dugout, But I was watching well, covering your mouth isn't gonna make it any quieter. You have to. You have to whisper, right? We learned that pretty early that we've always seen that though. Any time there's a mound visit, you know? No, I know. But Kevin, I'm talking about players in the dugout, talking to each other. You know, sitting next to turn in the dugout. They were like talking through their hands. I guess every nobody's forgotten about the cheating scandal there taking it doing anything they possibly can I guess to help themselves one Mary Vandevelde is in traffic Central this afternoon, Mary any big headlines so far today? No traffic is moving pretty well. Actually, I've noticed since I've been coming in later in the day, and I'd get in the car in between 11 30 12. I'm actually hitting traffic for the first time in seven months. I think people are coming back to the office a little bit, and nobody's riding the trains quite yet. Little bit later in the programme will talk to Scott Wax back. He's Thea alderman for the 32nd Ward. And the chair of the Finance Committee. You know, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle unveiled her budget today. Mayor Lightfoot will unveil hers next week, and she's talked about making maybe $200 million in cuts, so we will talk about that with the chairman and aldermen who is allied with the mayor. A little bit later, I would look at the cove in 19 numbers around the corner. You guys I don't know if you saw the story. Maybe we'll revisit it later, but they're going to sell the actual puppets used in the Rudolph claim. It's not Claymation live action. The puppets used in the 1964 TV show. Have you seen that shouldn't be in the cyst ony in some guy bottom after seeing him on the road show Antique Road Show, Santa is 11 inches tall Rudolph the six inches tall And they expect that they will be sold together for between $400,000. I would expect them to go for more than that. I would totally buy these things These there's such a sentimental favorite absolutely honest. What's his name again? Herbie Herbie, the island of Misfit toys. I just remember like Looking so forward to like popping popcorn and sitting down and watching that when you're a kid, you know, because you couldn't just only no one had to be sitting there at the time. That is the story. I was told my kids that Christmas. You know, when I was a kid, we had to sit there and watch it not we didn't watch the Grinch 15 times in a row. Frosty was always on with it, wasn't it? Yeah, Frost will Frosty maybe with, um Charlie Brown. I don't know. But the I love those shows and the puppets are up for sale. All right, we're going to take a break. You talk about Cove in 19. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news. Let's.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The Rooster's working in the Angels organization. We have obtained some sound of recent conversation that Tony LaRussa had with Mike Trout. Take a listen What time is it? It's for 34 30, who incinerate for 30 families should be called the five. Now we've got to catch the early bird. It's only between 4 36. Yeah, they give you a tenderloin, a salad and a baked potato for 95. You know what that costs you after six. It's exorbitant. It's outrageous. That's LaRussa telling Mike that we've got to go to dinner. Now. We got to go to dinner. There are things That Tony LaRussa should be doing you guys that you know, late seventies? Yes, guys in the late seventies. There are things you should be doing. You want to be a starter and a golf course. Yeah, It's a perfect on the first heat. You want to be saying two gentlemen, this is a 412 yard par for I would keep the ball on the left half of the fairway. You don't want to right side a tree's gonna black You 90 degrees on the fairways as I mean, I'm doing when I'm 76. Guys, Please repair your ball marks on the Reen rake the sand traps when you can rake the sand traps can't do it right now, Right? That's what you should be doing. You should be the Ranger going around, Gentlemen, we're going to need you to pick it up your whole behind. Pick up the pace. You're holding pace your whole behind. He'd be great at that. Hey, look, it's tone in the Russo Take a picture here in the Hall of Fame yet, guys, they're about a whole behind. So let's pick up the pace, okay? That's the job. That's the job. No. Or you put a blue vest fan you say. Welcome. The Wal Mart. You become a board member at the Boca Vista? Yeah, you goto Walmart do 1000 other things but try to manage Major League baseball. Open up if you're not embracing the numbers card. Yeah. Open up an arts and crafts store somewhere. I don't know. I mean, you know, there's a whole bunch of other things run an antique shop. That's if that's better. Or the master of the antiques. I remember this. This is a rotary phone, young man. You could still utilized today just for show. We used to have a rotary phone in my house. We had one. Of course, we know that when we were kids in my house that I have now, really, we had a rotary phone and it was like a throwback. Oh, dialect, like usually you bought it at Pottery Barn or something just to kind of have up their young kids coming. That's wild. What the hell's that They would know what to do with it, But I think there's a video of that even that they show kids. Young kids like this hall and they look at it. They don't know what that's that's gun. Viral on social media. That's pretty funny. I heard this the other day during the This's that Tony LaRussa calling the bullpen is fax manager later this season. Those Jerry tapes that hoody and cap got ahold of.

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Rumors: Hall of Famer Tony La Russa could be the next Chicago White Sox manager

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Rumors: Hall of Famer Tony La Russa could be the next Chicago White Sox manager

"Of the White Sox managerial search boy, There's a lot of craziness out there right now. I feel like we should trust our instincts. A. J. Hinch Alex Cora the top two choices. I think they've really sort of zeroed in on a J. Hinch more than anybody else. But Bob Knight, a longtime baseball scribe continues to float this idea that the top choice of the Chicago White Sox Is Tony. LaRussa and that it is his job if he wants it. That was the bombshell from yesterday.

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Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

"Twenty one years ago April twenty third nineteen ninety nine Fernando tatties becomes the first player in major league history to hit two grand slams in the same inning touches fuel the cardinals twelve to five win over the Dodgers and impressed his manager Tony LaRussa throw a part of our part is to witness biggest record your fan single dug out or whatever the second grand slam was caught by fan Michael Lerner when I had the ball the usher took me and wrote on the stuff and he took the ball and me over to down here to the cardinal the card apply now the cardinals put in a bag filled it wrote notes invite on some paper twenty six career highs with thirty four home runs in one hundred seven RBIs for the cardinals in nineteen ninety nine hi Mike Reeves

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Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

"Twenty one years ago April twenty third nineteen ninety nine Fernando tatties becomes the first player in major league history to hit two grand slams in the same inning touches fuel the cardinals twelve to five win over the Dodgers and impressed his manager Tony LaRussa throw a part of our part is to witness biggest record your fan single dug out or whatever the second grand slam was caught by fan Michael Lerner when I had the ball the usher took me and wrote on the stuff and he took the ball and me over to down here to the cardinal the card apply now the cardinals put in a bag filled it wrote notes invite on some paper twenty six career highs with thirty four home runs in one hundred seven RBIs for the cardinals in nineteen ninety nine hi Mike Reeves

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Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

"Twenty one years ago April twenty third nineteen ninety nine Fernando tatties becomes the first player in major league history to hit two grand slams in the same inning touches fuel the cardinals twelve to five win over the Dodgers and impressed his manager Tony LaRussa throw a part of our part is to witness biggest record your fan single dug out or whatever the second grand slam was caught by fan Michael Lerner when I had the ball the usher took me and wrote on the stuff and he took the ball and me over to down here to the cardinal the card apply now the cardinals put in a bag filled it wrote notes invite on some paper twenty six career highs with thirty four home runs in one hundred seven RBIs for the cardinals in nineteen ninety nine hi Mike Reeves

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Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Tatis belts two grand slams in same inning on this day in 1999

"Twenty one years ago April twenty third nineteen ninety nine Fernando tatties becomes the first player in major league history to hit two grand slams in the same inning touches fuel the cardinals twelve to five win over the Dodgers and impressed his manager Tony LaRussa throw a part of our part is to witness biggest record your fan single dug out or whatever the second grand slam was caught by fan Michael Lerner when I had the ball the usher took me and wrote on the stuff and he took the ball and me over to down here to the cardinal the card apply now the cardinals put in a bag filled it wrote notes invite on some paper twenty six career highs with thirty four home runs in one hundred seven RBIs for the cardinals in nineteen ninety nine hi Mike Reeves

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Is Thomas a Tony LaRussa and that the not the fans as he's going out to his former manager Tony la Russa about the camera aided sign stealing system that the white Sox had in the eighties I mean it just doesn't seem like this is going to end here it seems like it's going to continue guys will come out you heard by our on with Joe and Evan guys we have people on Twitter now will start to come out and slid slowly stays when is gonna end Americans are dead testing people for pine tar error where where the use it regularly is Bowers as now that's gonna become an issue science only across the board now because the loose so they get a call back and try to penalize him and get him out of the game I mean what is this garbage can and that's why I told you yesterday that now I should say return officially to Saturday I told you on Thursday night that most players that I've talked to since the scandal broke or even before actually broken his rumored most of them just dismiss it that happens is part of the game it's happened regularly obviously this was next level stuff and now you got potentially would be you know the conspiracy there is out there saying the buzzers are attached to I'll to VA and some of the answers they were using buzzers I believe it I believe it was happening but it is just I hate it I mean I think I wanna go back to my original open on Monday saying that the the bottom of the financial loses here watching some it's not on the level whether it's greenies PT's pine tar called Barrett's CO whatever what about steroids cheating scandals guys you know using cameras of these skills on me what is going to endear and we don't we're past it and you're not I love baseball but it's not pure at all the dirty secrets in the game now being exposed and once once secret gets out there then everybody else okay you can take me down I'm gonna take you down by go down you're coming down with me and that's a sensual look at here former player jabbing dell's gonna lose any doesn't think it's a big deal I who cares come on Tony LaRussa had this this thing going on I'm sure others will follow just a matter of time and it's the last thing that rob man for everyone to deal with you a scandal to this degree that may not now go away because guys gonna keep on running their mouths about it's just not good for the game is not good for anybody eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Frank is in break what's up Frank they sell I would touch up search sure so what about the timeline so there have been in the time line is change of well the downstream of the potential change of ownership with the Mets you know he he has any dusty Baker who were you know the first time they had this to search now you don't like your son is hoping that I'm not saying the colors and mom but I hope hopefully is but maybe that is somehow influencing the will ponds new search that though the window shorter for that service all up like an hour long outlook approach that they have with roadie anymore yeah I don't think that that's the case I don't know to be facts I'm not going to shoot it down immediately Frank I think it's speculation I think it may be wishful thinking on your part I don't think that he has anything call one speaking of now I don't think he has anything to do with decision making going on right now I mean until that who even knows what's going to happen when the sale if the sale goes through when it's going to happen and even if they said the last report we heard on this what was that when the sale happens the will ponder still have control for another five years so I don't know what to believe as of now I'm just assuming that the you know who the call and stuff is just a it's just Rumer until it happens I can go buy it so I know why you're saying that I don't think that it has anything to do with this particular situation nor do I think it has to do with why does the Baker might be considered now I just think the Mets are going to try to explore all potential options for whatever reason bagel dusty Baker might be better than Buck Showalter to gonna go with an experienced type I can't speak to why that is the case but it just sounds like at least they have some interest or at least would consider dusty Baker or maybe just sees willing to you know no sign over some of the of the decision making over just you know hello because nineties last chance at a job yeah maybe that's part of it I mean does the bakers not full as you knows what is going to have to do it thanks for the call Frank he knows he's going to do take a job most foreign offices nowadays or gonna want control and I I don't know how that conversation will get an interview so I mean I guess the fact that they would consider it I don't know exactly what that means are they gonna consider interviewing them here they're interviewing the more you're not what does that mean can sum considering him this interview and I don't know who's really call the shots here is it ownership is the band wagon in is it a combination of a bouncing names off why would a name that didn't come up two months ago three months ago why would that now resurface I know things have changed and for me I think even more so they need an experience manager but who's making that decision we decided all of a sudden that would be the case but see all plays out this want to name a manager by the in the next week let's see what happens but I don't think the potential change in ownership has anything to do with it Mike is in Connecticut was a Mike what's going on buddy not much Mike how are you man the body out did you ever hear them only live one Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence Lawrence I don't recall if I did so maybe I didn't what year was it okay wanted eighty S. nineties probably in the nineties but the law and one time to get to the was a character in the movie and in this day was can't get right that's the Max what I want to do so you just can't get anything right how could they not know the ball crime was involved as an and then sing at all I don't believe it I don't think that they could I don't believe you don't really right no I don't not for second you're telling me that Brody bandwagon in who is well connected in baseball circles Michael so we will about his GME deathly well connected in baseball Sir I you tell any special that means best friends with AJ Hinch the best bodies we do nothing about it so no I don't believe that genre and also Sequeira March is going on we have what do you like in the game's body then I'll then I'll tell you why I like I like the chiefs of the points as far as she said the Packers yeah this is a game in read it finally gets all along do you know when this game yeah I don't really know levels above all well I mean you really went to the Superbowl once with the eagles in Los these had obviously I mean everyone one either this is a little this is time when you look at the other court a coach is there Mike it thanks for the call that he's going up against a lawyer and brambles being good well I know the Packers in Niners having good respectively well eighty reads the he's the guy I mean by far if you're picking a coach out of that group that you would trust he's the guy quarterbacks you would clearly go Rogers my homes I can see clearly Rogers but Rogers is the more experience well homes is the next coming but there are a lot of newbies here this is read stock well it's funny you compared to the movie live which I've never seen but apparently came out in nineteen ninety nine so who do but you say that the Mets always have issues you know and troubles with this stuff I was telling actually my wife was telling me about and I my wife not a sports channel doesn't watch as listen barely watches to see what I'm wearing or how I look you should shave today whatever but even heard this morning when I talk to or what happened with Beltran what's going on so that's a you know it's a big story now my gas it's a mess now I'm not gonna explain it to withhold the she would have no idea cheating said what would you cheat on his wife that's the first thing she would say cheating scandal what you mean so now just like add to mass and is a messy situation and she's like you know what they really need to hire ray Donovan and if you're familiar with the Showtime show ray Donovan you understand what you said that the that I was funny line from from our Mike instead now what's up Mike it was I was out how much my car you ma'am very good all right so I have a couple points SO level one all use of Asher was scandal for short I don't think it's just them I think it's every every week every team in the league or majority is doing the same thing as I am and that's gonna come out slowly Charlie I don't know they're doing the same thing to that level but I tend to agree with you that more teams probably cheat the then you're saying can and they will start to come out slowly that that visual but what might know more point is that I'm a I'm a Die Hard met fan they they have been so cowardice and this whole entire scenario this whole this whole point the big thing is that M. L. B. let them a certain amount of money because they could make the payroll right so they could not suspend Beltran because he was a player that would have gotten the MLBPA involved in this whole entire scandal so they I feel that they they push the Mets the Mets and not want to get rid of all trying to both front and I want to step down but I feel like that they pushed the meds that said to make that make the mold to make Beltran sat down yeah I I don't I don't know I mean you're speculating you're just trying to be inconspicuous Percy there is here with that I mean we don't all that on a fact that back well according to who I haven't seen it I've I've read a bunch of things about that that they the memo B. as as as paid the Mets payroll no no no I'm not that I'm talking about the reason why they fired Beltran or moved on from Whelchel because because if they would have if they would've made it if they want to suspend the Beltran that would have been a big thing with the MLBPA because he was a player at the time no I I I know that but you you again you're speculating you're saying that Major League Baseball didn't suspend them because he was a player at the time and they can't do that but they.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Can't blame him for that San Diego isn't such a bad place either. Although most Miami ends don't like to go west of the Everglades. Right. You too have taken this highly respected man who we've quoted many times and turned him into an internet joke. Have you not? No, we have not you're right. We have not you have not turned him in. He's just tweeting a lot he gets along. Gets a little bit of frustrated that he keeps tweeting a bunch of crap. Yeah. And so every time Heyman tweets in the next three hours. You'll hear this sound from Michael welcome back. Mike, by the way. And that means John Hayman is tweeting. That's actually funny. Johnny. No, I was gonna say a on bocce. I don't want to say had no choice, but pretty darn close to it. If you have one year left on a contract, and you got a brand new guy coming in with you talk. He would dimension how he manages with his gut so much if indeed he wasn't trying to just slightly get in there that this may not be for me this new setup and a one year deal to have all the players. And obviously the media wondering, hey is this it or what happened? Oh, we've lost five in a row is this the end for bocce nobody wants to go through a year like that. And if you're pretty Sal. Baseball's just gotten so big. And so popular that it's in the old days. He could have just rolled with this all year answered a couple of. Hayman is tweet. This time he says, so I got at least one contract prediction. Right. Yes. Exactly. Right. And it was an old article. He wrote I guess he nailed the Machado. China. John hayman. One right human side of Hemant. Hey, if if these are gonna come fast and furious. I liked it. If Brian Sabin was still the guy that boats had to answer to a who knows? Maybe you know, he'd stay. We got a new guy in there. You gotta fool around with a with a guy twenty five years younger than you with all types of different ideas. And there's nothing wrong with nothing. The believe me the reason that far Hans there is because the giants have cash and only cash, and that's the problem and they haven't been good for two and a half years right now. Because all they have is cash ownership group has done a phenomenal job boat. She has done a phenomenal job the front office in the last few years has failed. They have failed. They've done a bad job. The farm system isn't producing the signings have not been good. There's lots of contracts that everybody in baseball would view as bad deals. So that's that's kind of why far Hans here in. It's not an foreign some evil genius either. He's a pretty nice guy is just a different way of doing things change people change industries change. It's now a game run by channel managers and not as much by managers. And all you gotta do is look at the salaries social make six Madden made six this last year made six. Kona made four Showalter made for Joost made three point seven everybody else in the World Series, Alex Cora at eight hundred thousand with the Red Sox. Look at all the Kappler eight hundred thousand you know, you mentioned core. Eight hundred thousand Dave Martinez, new manager in Washington, Dave robbery. And he made the world Steve Roberts two straight World Series a million dollars. Kevin cash. One of the bright young managers in the game right now in Tampa one point one million dollars a year. So that it's a shift in the way the game is the power brokers are now the GM's. Yeah. I just think it's perfect. The whole deal was perfect. I have you heard anybody say, oh, man. That's too bad or back it now. Everybody realizes he had a great Rodney won three titles. They have one in two and a half years. He got a new guy in charge. And I just think this is a good clean way to do it. Well, you know, it's funny to Boccioni ways one of the he might be the best manager ever. I mean, he's definitely one of the best managers I've ever seen. The only reason I would hesitate. You can't say as the best ever with a sub five hundred record. You can because I think you can because he managed in situations. I mean was if the giants if the giants are sub five hundred this year, and I'm Bruce Bochy. No, no. So it's not. So the rhetoric she can't it's like saying some guy is the best home run hitter of all time. And he's only got okay. Here's how I define. Game seven of the World Series. And you can have any manager in the dugout in the history of the game. Are you to go with who are you gonna go with you? Bruce Bochy is almost took re. I mean. Manage the ninety eight Padres the World Series if they didn't run into maybe the greatest team of our lifetime. He may have one that anyone three with the giants and three tries. So I if I asked you I mean to me that's how I define the best manager in the game is who would I want in a game seven of the World Series? And it's being played this year that you can have any manager in history. We go with this is the list. I compile go ahead. Billy Martin Bruce Bochy, sparky Anderson, Tony LaRussa, Whitey Herzog. Dick Williams show, Tori. I'm partial to some of the giants guys like Roger. But Dallas green there's others as fans may say Baumel, I think if who would you say if I said best manager of all time, we going well. And I mean this with all due respect. I don't wanna have to think and break it down like Billy Martin put up with him. I would say Larue greatest managers ever and fired after three years all the time. I'm not saying he was just one game. We're talking about game seven of the World Series. I would say Larue, I I would make easy step and say the third winningest manager of all time, Tony LaRussa. Okay. Okay. That's not bad. But I I just that's it. He has one more in the modern era than anybody dead to me if you gotta start breaking down too much. Well, sometimes you over think it just like who's the greatest hitter of all time. Well, what about I'd say, Ted Williams? You know last guy to hit four hundred. That's all okay. I mean everybody, and that's the thing. There's no right or wrong answer to this. Bobby Cox is another one. I mean, Tony wrestles a better manager than sparky Anderson. Big red machine led the big red machine and then took the Tigers to the World Series. That's it down and say look at the talent that sparky Anderson had. Members LaRussa won the titles with guys who were pumped up on steroids. But he also went to in Saint Louis. Yeah. Mike mcguire. Maguire was there. Yeah. Yeah. So I mean, I'm not trying to denigrate LaRussa, there's no dick old as fans will probably say, dick Williams. Who on the third one there for that was the Chuck Tanner was dark Alvin dark excuse me. You're right. Yeah. To dick Williams one for Alvin dark. So that's, but I mean that to me is how you that's how I decide who who great manager is who would I want in October. And I just think Bruce Bochy when you watch the way he managed in October the tone that he set. I mean, the the as teams that Russa had were awesome teams. Now, he did win one with the cardinals when they were not very good. I think they're working eighty three win team in the regular season or something like that. They were not they were not that great. But look at the teams with bocce one with. I mean seriously. I mean, the twenty ten giants the twenty twelve giants in two thousand fourteen giants were not, you know, one of those teams had travesty. She cow was starting in left field for crying out loud. I just think when I when I look at the the tone that boat she set in October. How confident he was how calm he was the way he handled the bullpen the way he. Handled game seven on the road. He out managed net Joost in Kansas City with way, he brought in Bumgarner and the way he managed that game. How aggressive the giants were early in that game. I I'll I'll take Bruce Bruce. I don't wanna be negative on a day. Like this. Obviously, he's he just announced his retirement. I'm just saying for the sake of the argument. I could just come back and say as great as he was he did let's say what goes sixteen or seventeen games over five hundred this year end his career with a losing record. But he managed the Padres a long long time, isn't that loyalty and that loyalty, and then you can't once again, you you can't you're not going to blame for the giants. Not being good this year. If the giants are sub five hundred so how do you stick that to me? You don't they were over five hundred and had winning seasons. We may not even have seen far hunt. You know, if you wanna get that for what's that? Well, okay. Let's say if he had won the last or had winning records. Last two and a half years. They probably wouldn't have a new general manager, saving probably and and evidence still be there if my grandma had this and she'd be my grandpa grandpa. Thank you. I mean, what kind of point is that? I mean. Losing records. But he's not the general manager. Now, you're having to think too much. I mean, it just you look at the record. How do we know? But how do we say you got to think? No. But you know, what I'm saying? How do we judge people that go in the hall of fame by the numbers? Here's the thing. People could say, well, how about some people say manager of the year award. But that's kinda faulty because it's based on a premise of this is what we think you are. And if you overachieved what we think you are then we're going to make the manager. The you know, we're gonna check Joe Torry didn't win a lot of manager of the year wards, but he won the World Series rings. Yeah. I don't know show me somebody else that won three titles and five you well by the time gets construed by people. I'm Gary was ripping bocce not at all. I'm just talking about all of fame. Let's get a hang on. We'll get to you after Andrew Baguley. We've got extra bags coming in here will break down. Of course, the big news of the mornings at Machado's going to San Diego leaving Harper wide open. Larry had a report there that said Harper in the Phillies, maybe not as hot as it was earlier or at least over the weekend. We'll talk with the great Andrew Baguley uncut next on these sports later, Gary and Larry on KNB.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It'd be locked in to the fan. I see that. We're going to have a new hall of fame class in baseball tomorrow. So we get have all those horrendous discussing. Like, the Harold Baines thing with the that other committee that put him in all my God did that go on for a week or what? God. Let's comb over every staff that this guy had it didn't get into these really ridiculous arguments. I'm a loser. Oh is that big one always dog in Tony LaRussa? Remember that? Yeah. It's better than Alibaba. Tony better than Allah. And then Evan makes us do our hall of fame ballot. I just circle a steroid guys the piss of office. Oh my God. I can't believe you put this guy in stop. Now, some people have a passion. That's his passion. You know? I'm a loser whose unanimous this first ballot a second ballot. I mean, it's a room upstate New York. This is what we're talking about. You bring your kid there. You get a t shirt and a mug you show morale. Then you go home. Do she acquires though, it's something that is crowning achievement? I would hope was a great great year. Yes. I understand that when we're not very big. Areas of it too. Is Pete Rose is not allowed in. But can we get your cleats display the Pete Rose area? Yes, exactly, exactly. This guy is a monster. But here's the bat that he uses five hundred home run bonzes stuff McGuire all of its there. We we act as if the people that put these guys in the hall of fame are all the great baseball people that are up in heaven that are looking upon seeing. This guy's a hall of Famer. No, it's Jeff passan John Hayman, Bob Nightingale. Those are the guys that are playing these guys. John about what's his name Marianna going into the hall? Maybe if we'll see we'll see if we get enough votes. Likely chance maybe. They figured out where Machado and Bryce Harper going. Tony Romo is predicting. That's what part. Yeah. So that was Bryce Harper on top of the news that kid he knows what's going on using that social media. I do get a kick out of a Kris Bryant, I think that was all upset that these guys don't have jobs yet. Well, how about we don't have to settle for only ten years and three hundred fifty million dollars? They make it seem like, you know, no one wants them. More and more. Now what I think you're saying. And we started this conversation last year about this. There is a serious market correction going on. Sure, I thought it was in poor taste to the Chris Brasi. I can't believe these guys don't have jobs when there's a bunch of government employees who really aren't getting paid right now. Right. Guys are going to be getting millions upon millions of dollars in. We're shitting tears for them. They could have jobs they want just accept the contract offers that. It's their decision. Not to sign the contracts. Meantime, they're both in their indoor swimming pools waiting for their agent to call told me xactly where they're gonna end up. Yeah. You're gonna have a job as Ramstein Bryce Harper. You know what? He's really that's it. That's the only place. I can go you kidding? The nationals that ten year three hundred million. That's happening. Yeah. No, thanks shadows. Going ahead. The White Sox. I do agree with that Whiteside. Do agree with that. That's exactly what's happening is. He ain't coming to the Yankees, man. They don't want you done over goodbye. This is a totally different thing. Popped in my head. When I mentioned that Amazon loan city thing you guys see that Email. We got about how in this building. 'cause Google's doing a big thing down here in Hudson square. Aren't they taking over one of the writers? Right. And they said there's going to be massive construction. Do you guys? See this massive construction that will be taking place mostly between six and eight AM. That's great. Why those two hours is like you might have some noise. We're just gonna have to deal with it. But it's going to be between six and eight AM..

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"tony larussa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Not going to like the piping through his club house is thus making jokes about him falling asleep drunk at his steering wheel during spring training the play that clip la clip uh let's see if my can find that as of now we have it he mysteriously loved that out there okay hold on i want to see if we can get to this did we indeed decisions with poised for young player but yeah i believe i'm not making that up tony larussa players did actually complained to somebody about this broadcast because he was walking through the clubhouse during the game or someone related to him as he walked through the clubhouse during the game that that we were making a mockery of the broadcast of the marlins cardinals game now what i want you to imagine is this is during a cardinals marlins game tony larussa let's just make it for the purposes of this story is walking through his clubhouse listening to speakers and he's expecting the dulcet tones of some old timing baseball announcer and instead what he gets over his speakers is this colby rabbit a rasmussen's up and kia covered rationalised take strike wind colorado has had some issue the tying the refer recently has to be traded than the it's unclear whether he asked whether it's an issue a time the research stunning that a young player get along with a warm personality like tony larussa such a patient man when you're a younger player i must be quiet and play and be happy that you're playing.

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"tony larussa" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"tony larussa" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"White palm because i didn't want to give a nothing but i dunno i mean there is a case to be made of this movie nothing but and here i will go next i want to get as though it um i'm i gave it a pom because it did give these l'africain americans giap again this movie as a black composer a black female director which i support and unloved woman dp like yet women dp is like i totally get what has done but as far as the story and how is present africanamericans i'm not okay with it a don't like it it really bothers me uh and again i'm channel best leno people out there who want us to do and you liked the movie in a match on a does it for you but for me is like i this is this is one of the worst representations by people from me in this like you just made us a victim and i'm tired of being a victim and maybe it as like a lot of personal things i'm putting onto the movie but i just don't wanna watch stuff like this anymore because i think we're better than this i think i think i think yes we went through this time in our in our history and i think we have constantly been reminded about that time via movies and is not us who don't know it is like it is not us is like if you're trying to make the move why people would maybe you should just i don't know what you do i i don't i don't know what answer is like you don't have to make this for us we don't need to see this the people who china affect are the ones who say racism doesn't exist in i don't know how you reach a me lauren or was named the white the young white girl hallways we saying royal tony larussa yeah like i don't know how you reach those people but it's not by showing has beaten because they're going to simply say that's not us that was way back in a day those pig out if you're one of reasons who will figure out a different way to do it but to stop doing and putting us on the line for that so yeah.

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