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"tony perez" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"The charles as anticipation goes. I'm actually going to say a three. I think a lot of the stuff that monkey pox productions jordan feels production company. That he himself does not direct as historically not really been all that great. I think he kind of the brothers when he's helping out as a script. He saves all the good stuff for himself. He he says is the good stuff. So i'd say three on anticipation enjoyment. I would say three as well. There are a lot of things. That sort of isolated. I enjoy a lot of great acting from great actors in there. I love ya. I love tony. Perez is wonderful and Coleman dingo is always great and then. In retrospect two or maybe even just the more i talk about it. The more the holes widen. So what the f. Cullman domingo right. And i i'd be interested to see more firm near dacosta. I think we've kind of come upon here. How this is conflict. To the heart of the film creatively. And i think some of the aspects that clearly are her vision at some of the better aspects. And if he doesn't see what she does next but now i guess she's gonna be even more handled in next movie. Because that's a marvel movie captain marvel sequel so cra- vision expand in the models. Well we'll have to read three of us and a couple of years time to see how that goes down but listen that's his candyman. Hello sounds like maybe you should go and revisit the original relevancy this new one. At least that's what we think next. We have another new release heavily delayed so charles. This is an old film gave talking from the states. This is shaun durken's the nest k bits of plot synopsis. I charismatic entrepreneur. Rory jude law relocates. His family from the united states to a chilly sprawling country house in england with dreams of profiting from booming nineteen eighties london but says his wife alison kerry coon and their way with children struggle to adapt to the complication of this new lifestyle. The promise of lucrative new beginning starts unravel and the couple again to face the unwelcome truths lying beneath the surface of their marriage. Now before we dig in to the film we were very fortunate to speak with sean durkin. So let's have a listen to that interview kicking off with some of those amazing details in this transatlantic movie referring a cost the fact that sean decking himself is a bit of a transatlantic person himself having grown up in the uk. Sean thank you so much for joining me. In chatting about the nest. Martha marcy may molina and everything in between i suppose to start with the nest so remarkable about it for me is this transatlantic quality. It has the heart. Of course you have this. British and family traveling from america to the uk in the mid nineteen eighties. And i'm aware of course that you yourself and your family went through a similar journey the opposite direction when you were a kid. i wanted. How much of that. Experience informed the film. Yeah definitely A major major way. I mean you know started from a place of coming back to england to do. South hadn't been there in twenty years basically And i noticed how When i left. England england in america very very different in feel and when i came back they felt much closer and so i think that was my way in and then just reflecting on that time and Wanted to make something about it but also wanted to explore what moving major moves due to a family. I mean i moved a lot more than more than this that that time. Remember every couple of years almost and and I guess. I haven't really seen anything about that in in and just wanted to get into you. Know the detail what kind of effects a move can can have. Yeah i suppose. I at that point when you did live in the uk moved. How much had no british cultural influences informed who you were Who were responding to and point. Did you know you wanted to tell stories or anything. Like that. y- absolutely. I mean i was english. I mean i in you know. I feel more english than american end It's all that. I really knew or remember moving when i was i. Think three maybe so Yeah and i was already. I was definitely already telling stories in a way like i used to write little stories in illustrate them I mean think about it. By the time. I was ten. I was starting to pick up my family camcorder and make some like little Short films if you call them that with with some friends And i remember remember this moment of going over to. A friend's house is older brother. was doing claymation in the she showed me this. He had these like two klay. Robots in one shot a laser at another an animated disappear in. That was the moment. Like that's probably the moment Do this. I wanna make films. But i now that necessarily could save at the time but Yes so we started started playing around with sort of in camera tricks To make these shorts and let's move on to talking about casting and performance because that's definitely something that unites both mosimane malene and and the nest incredible performances in lead roles and supporting roles. And could you explain lead us through that process from when you've written a script so you have an image of who they are from the page and then going out and finding the performance who will be on screen performing so yeah When i'm writing. I try to keep really blank slate I don't often right with someone in mind can create person And the place. And then once i find the person or the place. It's like everything that i had imagined goes away like. I can't remember what it looked like before. So like with the house. For instance. I have a very detailed imagination. An imagined version of the house with the second. I see the house at like. Replaces it in my brain in castings sort of the same Open Attached to ideas of people and really try to find the characters on the road. So it really use my casting. Directors can really really trust them in in collaborate with them. So i don't like to make decisions also till they're involved in the conversation so so that's often where it starts conversation with a casting director And yeah and Also about balance always wanna you know. Wanna find the right person for the role no matter. What whether it's it's a name to get the film as or it's a you know an unknown actor. Having getting their break like having a balance of those things is really important to me. Everything that i do. I worked in calcium for years and just saw these great actors. Great young actress. Who just like weren't getting their breaks and i could see that they were. You know the most talented people coming in the room at but because they weren't famous. Yeh other people getting roles ahead of them in you know now. Gina twelve thirteen years on from working there that the all those people of their own. Tv shows in its work worked out find for them but but it was trying always trying to to do that to like have fresh faces in new people so that balances is really important and then in terms of just the individual character. I think i just look for something. It's kinda hard to to to put words because it's it's quite instincts. You'll i guess it's i can emotional reaction So i kind of know what i'm looking for but couldn't necessarily define it i just sorta no when i see it and honestly usually tell if someone's auditioning come know them thirty seconds like there's There's like a a feeling that like they just sort of someone like embodies. what i'm imagining in Gets it on a level And like that's what happened with lizzie with more of the.

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"tony perez" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Wherever you're listening to this podcast please. Rate and review the podcast. Whether it's apple podcast stitcher. Google play spotify. Youtube pandora alexa. Wherever you're listening to this first off. I appreciate you guys tuning in. I know patrick. Does this. well since you guys already clicked at subscribe button and you guys get alerts notifications. The moment these episodes are released. They get pushed to your devices. Your phones your computers wherever you're listening but since you're already a subscriber just rain review the podcast leave us a comment leave us a five star rating if it's apple. Podcast hit that v star all the way on the right that helps us continue to grow. Leave us a comment. Let us know what you guys like about the podcast which you want to hear more of we certainly appreciate it as well as if it spotify hit. Follow that way. You guys are alerted. Whenever they're available on youtube leave comments. Whatever it is. We certainly appreciated that. Helps us continue to grow here within the podcast platform to get pushed out in expand and grow more or less nurse. We certainly appreciate it. If this is the only podcast. You're listening to within the podcast network. Do yourself a favor type in mc into that little search icon and you guys will be guided to twenty to twenty five different shows within all different genres all different topics whether it's books health and fitness weird news football sports related non-sports. Whatever it is you guys can get fantastic. Content pushed directly to your device by searching. Mc and checking out the other shows within the podcast network but before we get into the american league. Cy young conversation recording this year late wednesday night. Joey votto has recently passed or just past. Pete rose for third all time on the cincinnati reds are b. i list. He's got four. Rbi's here on wednesday against the atlanta braves which now putsches impasse. Pete rose pete. Rose said one thousand thirty six for the cincinnati reds and joey votto now has one thousand thirty eight based on live. I'm recording here wednesday night. This is third all time now. He is just our fourth all time. Let's see here. He behind bid mcphee. Who's got one thousand and seventy two. So he could be passed later this year. If not early next year tony perez one thousand one hundred ninety two and then i all time is johnny bench with one thousand three hundred seventy six. Now joey votto become all time on this list. Well he's under contract for three more years with cincinnati twenty five million dollars in twenty twenty to twenty five million dollars in twenty three and then twenty million dollars in two thousand twenty four so three more years if he has great years once again. Say three hundred total are b. is he's currently at one thousand and thirty eight so that would put him one thousand three hundred thirty eight still just behind johnny bench. So it's going to be tough for him to pass. Johnny bench certainly doable if he has a couple of more fantastic years but it definitely looks like he's at least going to be second place certainly hitting that twelve hundred mark but johnny bench. One thousand three hundred. Seventy six is a stretch goal for joey. But joey votto having himself a heck of a night here once again for the is two home runs against the atlanta braves as they were tied at five last time. I checked here again late wednesday night. Let's pull it up one more time. Seal to where we're at here. Bottom of the ninth to on for the for the braves so they could win it here. In the bottom of the ninth but four. Rbi's for joey. Votto puts him ahead of. Pete rose on the all time list for the cincinnati reds. So now talking about the american league cy young race. What's going on here with the cy young award. Well we've had some recent movement when it comes to the arts and this has to do with the carlos roa don injury as recently as this week rodion was arguably your favorite but if he's going to miss extended time here now the books whether it's online or vegas have made some adjustments and ultimately changed up the hot so we're going to run through the top ten here starting out with plus eight thousand. You got two guys at plus eight thousand. The first gentleman onion review for the toronto blue jays. He is eleven and five this year with a three six two era in twenty two games. He's got one hundred and twenty. Six innings pitched one hundred and three strikeouts and a one point one a whip. So he's obviously been very good not nearly as good as he was last year. I mean honestly the last three years. He's been a fantastic twenty eight team. Era of one nine seven twenty three to twenty twenty two six nine so even though he's been good once again at a three six two er a he's a little bit below his prior. Averages is prior er as so. I think that puts him certainly on the outside looking in and definitely a long shot when it comes to win this award next on the list of eight thousand lucas g alito. He's certainly started to figure things out. He started out. Slow this year But a sense really bounce back in one and put himself back into the tops consideration. He is nine and eight with a three eight one. Era in twenty three starts so honestly the record of nine and eight. Three eight one. I think removes him from this conversation. He does have one hundred fifty three strikeouts in one hundred. Thirty seven innings. So it's not like he's been poor through any conversation but with came in huntington review both that Plus eight thousand i. I would certainly put a hinge in review ahead of him when it comes to the odds an potentially be a winning the award and having a late push here now a couple gentlemen come in at plus six thousand. So you're next year when it comes to this award in the american league first off. You have jose burritos now of the toronto blue jays and again he was traded from one american league team to another american league team so he certainly still remains eligible for this award. And it's tough for burritos right because he was on a very bad team in the minnesota twins. And i think this is part of the reason why he's this low now. Through to starts in toronto he is one point seven five era. He's allowed one run. In twelve innings with minnesota he was seven and five with an array of three four eight and for a team in minnesota. That's double digit games under five hundred for him to be over. Five hundred certainly speaks to the year that he was having. Now i think the trade in potentially this move here right if he goes to toronto and somehow goes seven and no eight. No has an ira right around one. One one five one five it could elevate him up higher amongst this list especially if he's one of the reasons why toronto's able to make a playoff push. This could be a big feather in his cap right. It takes me back to two thousand and eight when abacha was traded from the indians. To the brewers. I threw on three days. Rest down the stretch had a fantastic record low. Era ended up winning the national league. Cy young award because he carried that brewers team essentially to a playoff appearance. I think something similar could happen. This year burritos goes on one of these runs and subsequently carries the blue jays to the postseason so outside the value shot. Here you know on joseba rio that if they get hot he could certainly spike up here. A pyre this list lance mccullers junior for houston at plus six thousand. He is nine and three with the three to era in nineteen starts. He's got one hundred nine innings one hundred and twenty eight strikeouts. It's been a one probably a career year for lance mccullers. Of course he missed all of twenty nineteen due to injury shortened season last year went three three with a three nine three. Era in having a really good year nine. Three three two two but houston's very good they got a deep pitching staff. I just don't see him being able to carry that the way with his name and his performance to ultimately get that recognition to really drive home a potential. Cy young move here. That's why i think burrito says better value at plus six thousand just due to circumstances and ultimately having that kind of it factor. Come down the stretch next week. Two guys i plus four thousand starting out with nathan ugalde nathan evolved for the red sox nine and seven three nine two era. I mean again. I don't see it with nathan evolving. I know boston's had a nice year. He's had himself a nice here. But in era right around four. I just don't think he's got enough of the goods to ultimately launch himself into that conversation. When it comes to cy young potentially right so the other gentlemen at plus four thousand is chris. Bassett and chris bassett leads. The american league in innings pitched with one hundred forty four. He is also eleven in three with a three one nine. Era in twenty three games. One hundred and forty seven strikeouts one point zero four. Whip do think he could potentially be in conversation coming down the stretch oakland if they continue to make a push here and win the american league west. Eventually i think bassett is certainly going to be in that conversation..

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"tony perez" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Search for espn of course played for years in the big leagues. And i think this year. One of the coolest things that i got to witness slash experience was. We were doing his own call. I can't remember the manager Who we were talking with may have been alex. Cora was it aaron it was. It was aaron boone that we were talking to and you were in a rome as we all are with zoom calls and then you're like hey yes in the other. And then you picked up your. I think it was your cell phone or your computer and you walk in the other room. And there's your dad. Tony perez the hall of famer with all these other baseball greats. That was giving the background on that while they usually in. This is a really cool story. And i think this is where the brotherhood comes in in a major way the fraternity of a baseball. So then concepcion. Who is like an uncle to me. A second father growing up he. He was there at the how house every sunday. They tried to get together Former players one mira shower as well. That was there and they go from house to house one week. It could be concepcion's next week. It could be meyer shots. It could be dennis martinez home and it just happened to be that it was my parents that were hosting six. What we call our extended family. And i think it's a necessary thing during this pandemic where they are all that saying that they are all you know taking care of each other and the families get together so it just happened that on the sunday i was having lunch with the family telling stories. And i'm like now. It's time to do the soup call and you can see brody and show actually had asked me a question about why is labor is not hitting the ball and i said well. I'm just going to quote home. And ask say why is now during the fastball. And i did was mattie best corrosion that was in the zubkov he set up. Oh what of name dropper. I was like well. I can back it up. And that's when we showed in the next room as they actually made their day as much as i think it brought up i smile. I've seen that a booty at that time after having had some tough losses ended up winning that game that night so advantage yankees because of america question i would think i betcha all those gallows baseball greats like uncles for you you now. They all are in It's great because they task questions now about today's biggest asked me about the analytics. After that meeting it was actually about It was really cool. It was surreal. I wish it would have been taped because it was marsha. They were talking about marriage. House last game in concepcion was bragging. I got the last moorish on on at knocked him off the mound. The nobody knows that walter alston came in and took out of the game and And he said. I think it was the only hit that he allowed. But in that any man my dad actually had taken shall deep also Got the base and neither mash out or concepcion remembered. That and then i looked to my right and my dad has a big grin on his face like he was a kid again. Saying i did it. We went through baseball reference. In the whole thing it was out. It was really cool when i saw the news yesterday about the passing of jr. richard at eight seventy one. I wanna jet to talk to you about him. Because i feel like he's one of the forgotten greats in history that because of the fact that is career ended at age thirty after he had a stroke while going through a bullpen. Workout that A lot of folks who are baseball fans don't really know that much about him. It were he was an absolute monster of pitch. And i was going to run through some numbers About that he led the national league in. Era two seven one in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy nine in nineteen eighty. The last year he played seventeen games that year. He had a one nine year age clearly. Put everything together together. He led the league in strikeouts twice Twice you've finished in the top four Award in the nationally felt like at the time that he suffered the stroke in his career ended like he was on the verge of having a being one of the absolute of dominant pitchers. Who's going to go on a run where he was going to win. Two or three cy young awards. Tell me about what you remember that jair richer my dad would tell me so much about him and he was one that was able to face seven seventy s and it made everyone sick to the stomach everytime jr richard reject allow because it was not only that he had a presence with the fast pond. Slider it was his greatness of being able to go out and whatever he started he would finish. If you look at the numbers between seventy six seventy nine. You went out there. And he pretty much dominated fourteen. Complete gangs in seventy six thirteen. Seventy seven sixteen seventy eight. Nineteen seventy nine yes. It was a different game but it was swinging stop and a lot of people. A lot of players weren't used to that height that he had six eight grain that he had the release point where it was and they just could not pick it up. I remember my dad telling me we just couldn't dig in and my old man would always say the nastiest pitcher he ever faced was Was gibson but the nastiest at that moment in the late. Seventy s in the mid to late seventies restrict richards without a doubt. And it's unfortunate that we couldn't appreciate his career a little bit longer because of the circumstances but it was. It was great to be able to as a kid. We able to watch him at riverfront stadium from the stands and i think that perspective for me and watching an african american man dominate on the mound At that time. When i could start remembering stuff remember. It was eight nine ten years of age. That time that i took that took that home with me and that was that was a major accomplishment by jr richards at that time. And then i was able to that meet him again. Spend a lot of time with them. What i coached with the houston astros organization. You were coming to the clubhouse Was that gentle giant and Just be able to to speak with them. And and Spend some time with him. And jose cruz sitting down and talking baseball I appreciate seventies in a major way. It's what really That's where i learned how to be able to win. I i was around a lot of winning. Gains a lot of winning. A winning atmosphere is a kid watching the big red machine and jr. richard was one guy that would control that offense in a major way when he took that bob with this Yeah he was like a right handed. Randy johnson as. You are talking about what your dad remembered about facing difficult that was i was thinking back to stories. I heard and i was a teenager at that time about how a veteran players would suddenly find a reason not to play that day on the day the jr. Richard this was the same thing with randy. Johnson years later left handed hitters. Were like you know what. Today's a good day for a day off. You're right at six point. Eight two hundred twenty two pounds. That was not something that you saw all right. Where do we stand. Us living baseball team moving forward moving forward one game winning all in winterless lose you end up getting the sober if you win you get the gold medal and you bring it back with pride and it's going to be a tough one because you have to go face team japan. It's a loaded squad. That japan has but same time. Mike has been able to keep his troops going in united texting back.

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"tony perez" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"Of it. Yes and today. The relationship between the olympics in the fashion industry is well established especially here in the us. Where the quintessential american fashion designer ralph. Lauren has been the official outfitter of the olympic and paralympic teams and rough on produces their opening and closing parade looks and has been doing so since two thousand eight then of course we also have the competition where which has been driving. The technological innovations made by major sports brands like nike and adidas and they kind of battle it out every two years decide. Who's going to get the team and athletic sponsorship but we exactly were these types of relationships between fashion and the olympics solidified and perhaps even more importantly what role has dressed played in the history of the olympic games. And why does it matter. We are on a mission today to find out yes and we are bringing you a multi part series where we'll be looking at the significance of clothing worn by olympic athletes throughout history. We'll be highlighting the social and cultural significance address to arguably in arguably actually the most celebrated athletic competition in the entire world and obviously this is a huge topic with so many interesting angles especially when you consider all of the different countries who have participated today athletes in the winter and summer olympics. Come from over two hundred countries and compete and over four hundred events but based on available resources and time we will largely be focusing on the us olympic team because there is simply no way to cover it all which is not something april that the original olympians of ancient greece knew much about anyways. But more on that in abate yes because dress or lack of dress has been a central and potent feature of the games since its inception in. This is Imbued with a myriad of meanings as diverse as the tens of thousands of olympic athletes who participated in the games since its inception and as we know and we talk about on addressed all the time. That's why we're here. We know that the clothes body is a site ripe for identity formation and in the case of olympic athletes. What they wear on the field holds meaning not just for the individual who wears them but also the nation who they wear these clothes and uniforms four as one olympic official remarked of athletes at the nineteen thirty two olympics quote when they go abroad as the olympic team they are taking part in a great and solemn international event there in uniform representing their country just as much as are the officers and men of the army and navy when they are abroad and quote and arguably. I guess we could say this kind of still holds true today. Oh absolutely so dressed listeners. With the world watching what does olympic clothing say without having to say a word dress detective hats on april or perhaps in keeping with the olympic spirit. Let's put on our honorary all live. Wreath crowns because we are heading back to seven. Seventy six to the site of one of the first recorded olympic games in history and the irony perhaps being dressed listeners that an episode dedicated to the importance of clothing these original olympic athletes or none. Yes and we're gonna get into that here in a second. But i prefer the mythical origin stories of the olympics of which there are several including the myth that hair cleese center the mighty god. Zeus created the athletic festival to honor his father. But beyond ancient laura the first olympics recorded in the historic archive were held in seventeen seventy six bc e when a cook by the name of corrobos became the first olympic champion after running and winning a foot race but it was actually likely cast that the games were held long before this first event was ever recorded and written down so the games were named after the side of their location this sacred city of olympia and in many ways we can say that these games are similar today. I mean after all they were in athletic competition that was held every four years and it was intended as display of strength and honor and pride. It was held in front of tens of thousands of cheering spectators and the games included many sports familiar to us today. Such as running jumping javelin and discus throwing wrestling and even boxing but in other ways they were completely different for one. They only included. Greek athletes to women were prohibited from participating in the events and married. Women were even barred from attending three. Athletes could quite literally fight to the death. And oh right what we're referring to earlier all of these athletes doing these athletic feats they were naked. I'm a tad confused about what this logistically means. But i'm not mad at it. Yeah and today. The summer and winter olympics are broadcast every two years to billions of excited viewers around the world but obviously for a recount of the games from ancient grecian times we must rely on the evocative storytelling of historians. Like tony perez. Who have worked. Tirelessly to resurrect these experiences for us from history and tony has this wonderful book. The naked olympics the true story of the ancient games and he really brings to life the games of one hundred fifty b. c. What she calls the woodstock of antiquity so and he brings it to life and really vivid details close as the first rays of dawn stadium. There would have been at least forty. Thousand spectators crowded jostling cheek-by-jowl on the ruffin turf. These were the die hard. Sports fans of the ancient greek world. The majority of the spectators were male. Married women were forbidden to its end. Although unmarried women and girls were allowed in the stands but whether male or female young or old richard for every. I was impatiently fixed on the street running track. Those putty-colored play that have been covered by gleaming white sand and excited. Murmur filled the stadium when the blast trumpets. The athletes began term urged from a tunnel hill into the western side. They appeared one by one parading. He cocks entirely unclothed and unadorned yet dripping from head to toe and perfumed oils that float in rivulets from their curled black hair. Competing nude was a time. Honored tradition of ancient greek athletes as much a part of hellenic culture as drinking wine discussing homer or worshiping apollo only barbarians were ashamed to display their bodies related to initiation rites the practices also symbolically stripped away social rank and extraordinary gesture towards a democrat exporting ideal and the status obsessed ancient world in quote although as tony points out this democracy only extended to greek free barn males so women and slaves people's and non greeks.

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"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Green's dad is a very well respected private investing. So you know him. You know him? Well, I I know this hunter green the night he was drafted. I had him on and he talked about how his dad had always told him unless in in life was to be aware of who you surround yourself with be aware of your surroundings, and I'll never forget Hunter saying that that night. That he learned from his father. Well, Russell Green, the father of Hunter Green work for Johnny Cochran as a private investigator from the mid 19 nineties until Cochran's death in 25. And so there's the Cincinnati connection. Did you ever speak with Trevor Bauer while he was here about his performances off the field? Uh, no. Strangely, that did not come up. No did have him on the night He won the yoga ward. But as you can imagine, that was a conversation about baseball. So you have no knowledge. I want to get this on the record. You live in independence, also known as Pleasantville, Kentucky. You have no knowledge of anyone Trevor bar or otherwise beating up women with their consent. Strangling them with their own hair, then punching them into unconsciousness. That is something you're totally unfamiliar with. I am pretty comfortable and confident, saying I am unaware of such happening. Yes. All right. Let's talk about the rest of the month of July o or what? What? What Reds are coming onto the roster who have been hurt like Sims, et cetera. By the end of this month that will propel the Reds for the final two months. And I'm not gonna I'm not gonna let you alone on that issue because I think there's something there but anyway. Well, who do the Reds have coming to them? Well, it's a list that as long as your arm and what's going to be interesting is how they incorporate all of them. Now they're not all going to be back at the same time, and there's no saying that there's no guarantee that the guys who are currently healthy won't be hurt down the road. But Moose is going to come back. Michael Stock, Nixon bills coming back T J and Tone coming back. Lucas Sims, Michael Lorenzen, potentially Alex Blandino, Um The team. The team the team is coming back. Yes, I mean that supportive. I cannot the other day numbers of 10 guys who could be back. As far as I know. It's still at 26 300 monster, so there's going to be decisions to be made. What grade? Do you give the Reds manager David Bell. I think he's done a hell of a job. I think the bigger question is about an extension because his contract is up after this season. I think there's no question David Bell has earned an extension from this team what he's done under these circumstances, with little help to begin the season from a third place team a year ago. Keep in mind to the losses suffered in season losing Sonny Gray for a while losing here. We've got over a while Losing guys left it right for a while. We just ran through the list. Willie, Here's Your Stat of the day. They started this season. This is from listener. Jeff who passed this on to me. They started the season 24 29 24 29 Write that down. Oh, let me write that down. 24 29 American Hold on. You got there. That's uh, that's Tony Perez number and also Herm Winningham is number. Come on. You're slowing the showdown Since then they've gone 24 13 Look at that. Look how those numbers look. I say I got 24 29. Yep. Now I got 24 13 Wilt Chamberlain's number 24 13 is that correct? That is said that a dramatic turnaround that is a dramatic a deft touch of this team of being able to steer and navigate through all the turbulence of this season to have this team just four games down the division clearly 3.5 back of the Padres in the second wild card right now, let's talk philosophically. The account was one and two. The base is reduced. Castillo is on the mound, and he throws a 97 mile per hour fastball that splits the top of the zone. The ball goes right into the strike zone. And the empire is is mute doesn't say a damn thing. Fortunately, the next pitch 97 on the outside corner about his swung and missed. As a baseball need the automatic strike zone. Much like tennis went away from the John Macaron tantrums because now you say, let's go to the tape. Here it is. It's in and out. Nobody can look at 25 Mile prior served and say, if the quarter inch and a quarter inch out you can't throw 97 Mile pro fastball that's a half an inch and a half an inch out. Should baseball go to the automatic strike zone? Well, I've filed under. Be careful what you wish for because I've seen horror stories of that system gone haywire. But having watched the umpiring crew involved with the Reds and brewers for the previous four days, my goodness, I mean, if you go back to it was Thursday night, and they all run together. The home plate umpire, Brian O'Nora. He missed. Let's see. I'm trying to remember off the top of my head. 23 balls technically balls he called strikes that night. Think about that 20 balls that were out of the strike zone. He called strike. There were three technically strikes that he called balls. He was a disaster. And in a day and age, where they're throwing the ball harder than ever before, with more break than ever before, I think we can all except it's tough to call balls and strikes. The technology is there I tend to lean towards technology as a helper, but man, it's a can of worms to help the Reds. Castillo I'm sorry Castle Honest on the three run homer. The pitch before the three run. Homer was a strike Two strike him out, and the Empire called it a ball. Then the next pitch he launched the entire course of the National American League in the World Series changed on that one call because of a mistake that's got to be corrected. And well, I'll give you another call that I loved. And I bet you you can hearken back to your days of Thomas funeral home where you knew the rules..

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"tony perez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Must growth can't get past the fifth inning. Darvish has been terrific. Weathers is not the same pitch tree was earlier in the year before he had the arm injury. They need a starting pitcher, and they're going to probably go out and I think they know it because they've got a good offense. And they've got the most exciting player in the league and Totti's Machado and the money is on the line. I think he'll he'll come through, but they're going to need a couple of starting pitchers, so I think the Giants are in decent shape. I really do when you look at the competition. And I think that's the focus of what I'm going to say this weekend. What I'm going to say heading into the break and after the break, let's see what the rest of the league can do. And then let's react to that. It's so funny with the Padres You mentioned the meeting. Some starters. That's got to be frustrating for their front office. They've made trades for three starters over the last season. They went and got Mike Clevinger. Then he misses this entire season. They trade for Blake Snell. He hasn't been as advertised, at least to this point. And then as you mentioned you, Darvish, who's been fantastic, but they thought they were also Said. I think they thought they had their rotation. They have their lineup, and it shows you what the 60 game season didn't show us. It's a war of attrition. It's a marathon. It's not a sprint, so they've got an uphill battle in the second half, But I can't let you go. Marty without talking would have an All Star game. It's one of my favorite events every year. I'm a baseball junkie, You know that I love baseball history, but the All Star Game for me. I love that It's on the stage of its own. It's on a Tuesday night where nothing else is going on in the sports world. Except for the All Star game. It's just always been one of the special nights for me your all Star game memories. Your thoughts about the All Star game. I think number one for me is that the fact that it doesn't count that it doesn't determine home field of the World Series is a wind from here on out, But what do you think about the All Star game when when it comes to mind? Well, it's still fun. The baseball All Star game is the only All Star game that is actually a competition. So I think you start from that and you just love to see And I know they're going to have these sterile uniforms. This year, the first All Star game in 1933. The National League did the same thing. It only lasted one year, and then they started wearing the uniforms of the individual teams. But the introductions are fun. The matchups are kind of fun. It's just a good evening. It's a feel good evening for baseball. And you're going to get to see the stars of baseball on the field in a game that's actually a game. It's not the NFL Pro Bowl with no blitzing. It's not the NBA with, you know, just dunk after dunk after dunk, it's an actual baseball game. And they have fun with it. So I think it's terrific. My memories of the All Star game really saw a lot that I've read about. Uh, you know the Carl Hubbell striking five out in a row, Right? Right in 1934, You know if Ruth and Garrigan, Fox and Simmons and Cronin, Fernando and Gooden in San Francisco in 1984, striking out six in a row between them. Willie Mays taking over the All Star game, and as Willie is totally before Austin would come up to him and say will help me with the lineup, and Willie would say, All right, I'm first Erin, Second Clementi's third and do what else? Whatever you want for the rest. I don't care. It doesn't matter. And that, you know, and that's the way they approached it each euro with his explosive, you know, speech right to the American League. He's the last guy to talk. Uh and he would say, if they national league you know something like that, and they'd go nuts and running out of the clubhouse. The league presidents used to come in and, you know, make arguments. And you know, the All Star game is just, uh It has so many injuries in it, Uh, Ted Williams fracturing an elbow in 1950. You had dizzy Dean getting hit on the on the toe by a line drive in the late thirties. That Effectively ended his career You've got so many Fosse and Pete Rose is one that comes to the rose A very good absolutely. Ray was going to be one of the great young catchers in the American League until Till Pete Rose separated his shoulders. So you have you know you have such a good history. Late inning home runs by Stan Museo Red shadings. You know the first African American players to play in the All Star Game in 1949 with Big Don Newcombe and Jackie and Campanella in Brooklyn. What that must have been like that day to be part of that to see that. You know you could go back Tony Perez hitting the home run in the 15th inning in Anaheim. Bo Jackson hitting the home run off Rick Russia, 1989 while Ronald Reagan was on the air with Vin Scully. You had that to to fall back on. There's just so many that go back and forth. The bonds getting robbed is Torii Hunter. I think the home run. I think that was the year of the Thai, wasn't it? That's the Milwaukee you know, and he lifts him up and you know and goes up. You have John Kruk and Randy Johnson. Yeah, reminded me of, you know, Norm cash going up there with a table leg trying to hit Bob Gibson. You know that sort of thing. So it has so many moments that other sports don't have. Yeah, I challenge anyone to give me highlight moment of an NBA All Star game or an NFL game, But with baseball, we can take every one of these games and go back and find some highlight moments and There are issues now The ground doesn't want to go. Caray is not going. This was a big deal. Hank Greenberg wasn't played one year Joe McCarthy didn't play him and he said, You know, I'm not coming and he said, I'm going to say goodbye to the Oster game didn't show up the next year. Bob Feller didn't want to pitch a couple of years and there were big issues and around the country and basically you've got to play. That's what a big deal it was, and we're going to see a lot of players now opting out of the game, so To answer your question. It's really a great question because there's just so much should we love about baseball, and it goes back to the first home run. Ever hit in 1933 by Babe Ruth. Of course. Who else would The All Star game was put together because of the Chicago world's fair that they wanted to make a big deal about it. The owners didn't want it. They were afraid of injury. They said. Gee, if we do this in Chicago, other cities are going to want it. There's been elections of how players are elected in the fifties, the Cincinnati Reds sent in a billion votes. You know a million votes for their whole team, and they all made the team to start and Warren jealous, said No, I'm sorry. We can't do that. And they put the regular you know, National League team out there so There's so many great stories about the All Star game that.

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"tony perez" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"By now. San diego san diego. What do they do. Do you see what they do in that dugout. They're fun they're having fun now. There's no doubt and what he's talking about is that and there's always been that. Latin players have always been criticized hispanic. Latin chris for their flare. Right you remember the bad flip. Some of the other stuff right there were they. Were okay before we go quickly. I don't know if this if you were like this. But when i was growing young kid you know i lived in cincinnati. Obviously the cincinnati reds. Were huge we used to go to games. I consider like dave concepcion and tony perez. I consider them black. I know they weren't there latino but at that time i consider them black. Now i know in the in the official demographics they probably were considered latino players right. But i thought of them as black did you when you were. I didn't now. Because i just think it's a cultural thing. It's not just the color of your skin. It's the food you eat what you believe in. Do you know what i mean. It's more than just that. I think people can lump everybody together and just go by skin color. But that doesn't you came lajoie and black right my. I don't think he's black. Not black american. But he's black okay because they're of african descent day. Biceps tony period. But they don't. But i'm saying what i consider black african americans different than african afro-caribbean whatever but that's all right. I'm not saying that they're not. They are black skin but didn't know their beliefs in what they eat in. You know what i mean and what they celebrate. Different holzer right. It's a different culture that that's really what it is but my point is you know the padres like the whole idea of black played. I remember when people criticize ken. Griffey junior 'cause you wars have backwards. I thought i thought when they did a boss or they should've put on ken. Griffey junior would have had on chris. Backwards you know what. I mean like i really did. Yes i really did. Because he was known for that. Do you know what i mean. And they will play. I'll turn your hat around dude. This where's your show your store ups. You know like the old crotchety guys who was still a part of the old guard and things have changed. I i looked the other day. And i saw tat. Tease hit a home run. Twenty seven seventh home run and the way he went around the basis and the handshakes he did to everybody on into the dugout. And when he got there you see that big chain put on all the players. Yeah yeah i mean. It's a big padre. Gold chain that spill around eric be iraqi or not right in the late eighties. Cloud is going by leave but the crowd is going bonkers. i what. Cc saying we need more of that let people be who they are stopped trying to button up everything. It's a game my god everybody's going to have to respond and act the same. We come with different things. Don't we all bring different things to the party. chris. I i totally agree. And then let's keep your real. Obviously there's a ratio element to this. Which i don't want to minimize but bryce harper's has said the same thing right right down to make up on what happens rob and one that he could win. I are on these. I mean heck. We have a national radio show but we also have been on the tv debate shows for nearly twenty years now. We were on cold pizza. Debating with skip bayless. Okay and early..

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"tony perez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It would be really difficult. For for for Aaron Rodgers not to show up, but this is what's going to happen. With the with the contract will be very difficult. So I know Aaron Rodgers probably isn't happy. The best thing for Aaron Rodgers that do this year because sitting out doesn't make sense or not reporting the training camp doesn't make sense financially because the Packers could just say Okay, then sit out. You all this money back? We don't have the quarterback, but we're not going to the quarterback anyway. I think that makes the most sense to do right now. For Aaron Rodgers is too alright. Keep sitting out Don't show up, but once training camp starts Get back in there. Have your press conference where you have to answer questions lie if you want to. But and then move on because your best chance to win this year is in your current situation. It's not by being traded to Denver. It's not by sitting out and waiting till next year. I think Aaron Rodgers should report this year. I don't know if he's going to or not. And I'm not sure if the Packers really deep down inside one him, too, as well. I'm sure they like them back, but they don't want to have to grovel anymore at getting them back. Right. They've traveled to see him separately in the off season. They have apologized to him for drafting Jordan love or whatever the issue is, but he is not over it yet. And the president of the Packers. Mark Murphy over the weekend, said that called Aaron Rodgers quote a complicated fella. Which he is a complicated fella. But it doesn't and it really in itself shouldn't be a big deal. The fact that we're in this situation right now, and he's speaking Lee speaking openly about it, and Mark Murphy, the package president has always has already admitted. That it's dividing the fan base. He knows that you have people that are saying, What are you doing? Do whatever it takes to get Aaron Rodgers happy and you have the other people that are saying, like, Hold on a second. Like, what do you want to have a really good team. What's your problem, man? Like Jordan loves not taking your job. But telling you Aaron Rodgers sees as seen what's happened with quarterbacks around the NFL. He sees what happened with Tom Brady. Tom Brady is not happy. He goes to Tampa Bay. Tampa based says What do you need? Tom won a championship. They're going forward again. Aaron Rodgers was once the Green Bay Packers to have more urgency in China win right now. Drafting a quarterback in the first round in Jordan. Love is an urgency to win right now that's worrying about your future. And Aaron Rodgers looks at at Tom Brady and what the bucks are doing and says That should be me. That's what we should be doing right now, and we're not Taking a conservative approach. Russell Wilson, he saw he saw what happened with Tom Brady. He looks at his team and says they're not listening to me. They listen to time in Tampa. Tom's bringing in guys Tom's part GM part coach. I want that same type of role here in Seattle. You know what the Seahawks didn't they? They did it. He kissed his, but publicly, they said everything they needed to pop privately into the Adam Schefter is of the world. They didn't put out. Bad stories about Russell Wilson. They tighten it up. They, they they at least right now he's happy that could very easily end at the end of the season if they don't win again, But at least Russell Wilson's onboard this year you need to get Aaron Rodgers on board and I don't know if it can happen, but it doesn't seem like to me that the Packers are fully committed. To making that happen. As much as they say. We want to back in everything else. The behavior of the president of the team doesn't doesn't suggest to me that he's 100% on board with kissing Aaron Rodgers. But To get them back and let's remember this isn't this would be an instance where ownership gets involved, and the owner gets involved because the quarterback that's making 40 year in the owner have a unique and special relationship. There's no owner for the For the Green Bay Packers. There's the president. There are publicly owned team that they they're publicly traded. They're owned by the fans, essentially You don't have an owner getting involved. You have a president that feels the way that he feels. Alright, let's go. Let's take a phone call before we get out of here. David in Dallas. David, how are you? You're on CBS Sports radio. How about on John Nowhere and drilled Morgan Sunday night baseball for me? I don't know how you are. I'm 37. They were Basically like Generational thing Growing up Sunday night, my family would always go get You know? And then we were army. We looked everywhere, but we don't with the Italian somewhere. Back and watch the game while we ate dinner at the restaurant with Gerald Morgan. And John Miller. Yeah, I don't know what it is, but didn't the game seen bigger? Back then with John Morgan or with John Miller and Joe Morgan, Right, like it felt like he was a real event. It was Sunday night Baseball now with a Rod Uh huh. And and it's also like and I don't watch as much or really anywhere close to the amount of national baseball that I used to. But David backed into your point. It was appointment TV for me. I would always watch Sunday Night baseball John Miller and Joe Morgan. We're great together, I agree. Oh, yeah, And will do me is they always have a couple of years. Everybody wouldn't Everybody want him gone? Sometimes you don't know what you got to have done because look at it now, like you're saying with ESPN, they basically major sideshow. It's basically the outs. Rodriguez Sunday night baseball. It is now you're right verse verse for Ski Jin. He just kind of is there and a Rod won't shut up. Yeah, It's not very good anymore. But Joe Morgan, the late great Great job organ. Thank you for the call. David. Uh, yeah. Joe Morgan. Was He was a really good player. For a number of teams played laid into believe his early forties, he was the Philadelphia Philly in 1983. They call him the wheeze kids. Tony Perez was 40. Joe Morgan was 40 Pete Rose's 40 All plus 40 all on the same team. All the old Reds that were there made the World Series lost two lost to the Orioles and Cal Ripken. And Jim Palmer. But that was a you know, like, I love Joe Morgan. You know, baseball. Baseball team's grown up for me, it was Joe Garagiola. That would do a lot of the NBC Sunday afternoon game. So you actually had Vince Scully in the mid the late eighties. You had Vin Scully doing play by play on the national game on NBC. And yet, Joe Garagiola. As the analyst on there. And that was national baseball to me the first what I remember from national baseball, and then from there, he moved over the Fox and Joe Buck came in. I guess Sean McDonough did some things in the in the nineties, too. For NBC after after Scully stopped doing the national stuff, but that was it. I mean, it's amazing because when you think of football broadcasters and even college football, Brent Musburger was awesome for all those years, Keith Jackson was so good For so many years. Verne Lundquist. He did pro as well. But he I think he's he's best known for through an SEC games in golf like they're just giants huge stars, and then you go to baseball. It's more local right, like Marty Brennaman in in Cincinnati Hawk Harrelson in Chicago, Harry Carey in in Chicago. Now it's John Sterling in New York. But you had Mel Allen and Phil Rizzuto in Philadelphia was Harry Kallis. Did it for so many years. So baseball really is. It's a local thing with announcers and then nationally. 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"tony perez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"No dealer handling fees, wrapping things up with the Reds here this afternoon, Buddy Mike and I were talking yesterday during the broadcast Joey Votto and where he fits in Reds history. Certainly a great career. I kind of thought you'd still have to pick Tony Perez. If you were looking for a first baseman for Cincinnati. How about you? Well jacked. I agree. I mean, I obviously my Grade school high school. College years were, uh, you know, sort of centered around the You know, the big red machine, right? They were formidable, and their entire lineup was was great. And Tony Perez was, you know, right there in the middle of it. But I think you can make a case for for Votto. Uh, you know Perez Hall of Famer Votto statistically. You know, it just keeps continually climbing up Reds history and that's a long history. Right? As you know. I mean, they've been here. Are they the longest franchise? They are in the nationalist and so But you know what? Just, you know, the present day Votto jacket looks as though he's as the resurgence. I think he's put on some weight. He looks better physically, He's strong. The bat speeds back. He looks like the Votto of you know, 67 years ago, so But Jack those big red machines of the seventies, man. What a. You know what a power laid in the lineup they had. You know, I was a little surprised. I thought you were going to take George high pockets, Kelly, Or maybe even Ted. Close sooskee as your choice there. Well, I do like to wait. Close Sooskee Wars uniform, Ted, when the Reds have the sleeveless uniforms, and he'd cut that he'd cut his short sleeve T shirt, just a little closer. Those upper shoulders there really show off his biceps, but Those are two good names. Yeah, they go. They are indeed, um, you get one of the Reds top pitching prospects today and Tony Santy in what's the scouting report? You know, big right hander Jack with, you know, a mid nineties fastball. Good arm. You know, he's been pitching well and Triple A. There's a strikeout in there in the minor leagues. We'll see if it translates today. But, you know good stuff like a Yeah, Like a lot of young kids these days. Uh, he turns to loose with, uh, you know, some power to the fastball in a good breaking ball, so We'll have to get to him. I'm sure he'll be fired up. We'll see if you know his nerves are, uh, you know, disadvantaged form or not, but you know, we'll be ready to hit the fastball. And I know I mean, it happens during the course of a season, But you're certainly looking for, uh, Antonio sense until it today to be a starter that can give you some length. Yeah, The last three starts have been a little rough for our guys, which is You know, real bit a little bit of out of the ordinary for our group. But you don't see you know Kiki, Kyle and her mom String together starts like they have these last you know, consecutively, but, you know, sensor He's a bulldog, Jack. He knows what, uh, we've done the last few days and he's ready to stop it. So you're right. Hopefully he can give us a solid six innings and We'll We'll go from there. All right, buddy. Good luck this afternoon. Thanks, Jack. About black Show brought to you by shop. Subaru, your Subaru dealer located in Aurora. One price, one person one hour with no dealer handling fees more to come here on the K away Iraqis Radio network. The action is still unfolding.

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"tony perez" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law and of the fifty thousand people. Tie ball game. Play against the dodgers. All you gotta do. But off a mike marshall who was a relief pitcher of the year the year before he dated. That girl that was in the bangles are are what what was that girl. That singer I can't think she was. I think it was the bengals from one of those groups. Anyway sorry i. I had a no net. I've tried to remember named brenda. Somebody carlisle brinda. Yeah yeah really cute. Yeah yeah so anyway. So i get up. I ended up and he says now button to first base because he said if you bought the first chances are steve. Garvey was planted time. Eight ballplayer said. Steve probably won't throw to second. I don't know if his arm was bothering more. So i get the sacrifice. I think pete walk and we get a base hit. We win the game two to one and probably the most important bad. I hadn't all of the big leagues. Because if i don't but it then sparky probably sends me back down to triple a ball. 'cause that was going to be what i would have to be doing most of the year we do a whole show on how to put down a bond. I mean i it really could or you watch league game. You can see how not to put down button. They don't know how to but they don't do it much anymore. And i never understood that as a pitcher when you can help yourself. Why not be able to bunt the ball. And and you know so. I i don't know but it's it's a different game but man in the seventies when i look back at the guys i played against and played with. I mean what a blast. Let's talk about the world series and then we're going to okay you get into you get with the red your with you guys go the world series and you win it to two years in a row. Yeah the the the first year there was so much pressure on the big red machine to win. 'cause in seventy got beat by baltimore seventy two that got beat by oakland. Seventy-three got beat by the mets and the playoffs. Seventy four. they disappeared seventy five now. We actually were nineteen and twenty. Was our record. We went to montreal. We came back riverfront stadium and we were just a five hundred or a little bit below five hundred ballclub. We plan to mets. Tom seaver pitching. We ended up with an game. Eleven to four and win forty one out of the next fifty and that kind of we had a big lead. I think we won by twenty that year. We just had a huge lead. We just kept rolling. That was the west bacteria. then that was the west. Yeah we had to beat the dodgers if you beat the dodgers then you pretty much because they were always good so we go in the world series and now there's so much pressure because he's the best team like mickelson before he won the master's yes a best team to never win it with the big red machine. But they've been there but they just haven't win so now we end up car bernie carbo hits the three run homer in game six fisk hits the home run vs the red sox versus the red sox would go to game seven and i'll never forget. My locker was next to pete's and a rider says peach. Gotta be devastated man. This was it the big red machine. You had the game. Europe six to three. You know this is what's going to solidify. The big red machine is one of the greatest teams of all time. You just gotta be devastated and pizza. What are you crazy. He said tomorrow there's going to be millions of people watching. He said we'll be the only game in town and every kid has ever put on a uniform would love to be in a situation. Play out a seven game of world series. And i we're gonna be okay then but here's another thing i'm thinking to. My salary is sixteen thousand five hundred if we win the world series. We'll make another fourteen thousand thirty thousand dollars. This year makes much money's my mom. My dad does so sure enough. The next night we win the game and then the following year seventy six man. We just rolled because it was like the pressure's all off. Now let's just go play ball so we go out and we just we just rolled. That's unbeliev and then they start changing. They got rid of tony perez and a whole bunch of other was off at team and they just never wear the same. You had leadership in tony perez. Pete rose joe morgan johnny bench four guys that they teams. Don't even have one leader had four and you had you know spanish black and white. Yeah and so. It wasn't like there were any issues on that ball club. No but they made sure they were the smartest bunch of baseball guys. I've ever seen right. And they were winners will lose it too many of them by the way i you know i was the baby. I told her i was the baby on the big red machine. The baby turned seventy a couple of weeks ago so one day at a time. One day at a time you got friends. Who don't you up so you know what that's going to be the last. You only got two more birthdays. Two zero. I claim him this friends but they don't always claim me as doug one of the ways i have known you as been through the fellowship of christian athletes. I've heard you talk about your relationship with the lord. This is something we're not afraid to talk about on this radio show and we do. We do talk about those things. Tell me how that figured into your life in in the things that you did and when that became more real to you than before. I was baptized at age twelve. Because i grew up in a christian home. Mom and dad had a church every sunday wednesday night. Bible school everything and pretty much for my early years. I was going to church not realizing what it was like to have a personal relationship with christ so i started playing pro ball and I i remember going to bed. One night and prancing all right lord said. Here's the deal. I'm dating this young girl right now. We're gonna make a little deal in. And i need to know if this is a person that i need to marry because i'm ready to ask her and that's kind of the way i used to pray. Lord please hit a couple of hits today. And i'll go told you gave it. You know that kind of stuff. I was out there bargaining with god. And so. I wake up the next morning. It works short-term sometimes but it doesn't work. I am not endorsing this by the way. Yeah so i I wake up the next morning. There's a letter from my wife that it somehow been mailed. Two weeks ago they got hung up in the mail that shows up at the house that morning and it tells me how she feels about me so i got on the phone at night and i called and i propose to her on the phone. I was so bold. See us from new jersey and so we get married in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and it is a rough year while the same year i get traded texas. I have no idea. I was only there four months so they started a bible. Study out there for couples. Frank kanana jim sundberg and a bunch of really wonderful people So they start his bible study. My wife says we're going to his bible. Study go so we go the bible study. Is that in this one thousand nine hundred eight worth or something. Yeah nineteen eighty-two yeah and come home one day and i mean. It was rough. Because i used to come home after game. I had a bad game. I'd be me and my dog. We could talk about it and you know. Relax now. I gotta come home. I got hear a wife going. So how. Come eating any hits. Did you take any extra batting. practice will so and so got some. Here's well why does he get to do this. And i'm gonna get this ain't gonna work so she said One day i come home. She says we're going to pro athletes outreach christian conference where it's gonna be all pro baseball players and we go to that conference in nineteen eighty four. And there's kanana's alvin davis and brett butler and scott sanderson and all guys who just became dear friends in life. And that's when. I got there and hurt somebody get up and what. I realized that. I had all the hidden knowledge but i didn't have a relationship of christ and i didn't realize that i needed to make him the lord of my life in everything that we did on our marriage in my business or whatever i i had to console him i mean. That's what i ask people today..

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"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And that's what the Reds were yelling on. This May 1st back in 1974. Day the dock. Ellis, a pitcher for the Pirates in the 19 seventies, hit the first three Reds to come to the plate in a game of three Rivers Stadium and Pittsburgh. Ellis later admitted he was trying to hit every ready face that night retaliation for all the years the Reds and whipped the Pirates in the playoffs. They don't respect us, Ellison told his teammates, and he carried out his threat. He rose lead off and duck two pitches before the third one hit him in the ribs. Rose calmly picked up the ball and tossed it out to Ellis before he sprinted to first base. If anything that made Ellis matter, he then nailed Joe Morgan on the first pitch and then hit Danny, Greece and in the back By that time, the Reds were, shall we say, not exactly. Digging in at the plate. Tony Perez dodged a couple of pitches. I couldn't hit him. Ellis later said he was running. After two pitches behind him and two more over his head, Tony walked. Then Ellis aimed a couple of pitches that Johnny Bench before Pittsburgh manager Danny Murtaugh finally had seen enough. Well, Doc doesn't look like you have your best stuff tonight, he deadpanned and sent Ellis to the showers. The night Doc Ellis took aim at the Reds May 1st 1974 and lots more Reds history on display at the Reds Hall of Fame stop in and Be sure to duck if you have to the next time you visit Great American ballpark, The Hall of Fame highlight was brought to you by your Cincinnati northern Kentucky. Honda dealers stick around Tommy talks with Reds manager David Bell. Next. This is the Reds radio network. Start.

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"tony perez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"tony perez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"An effort to help us address the hunger in the region and also to help us build a cold storage room storage spaces. And ultimately, these improvements will also help allow the food bank to serve more residents that are in need. And the grant is significant. This funny for our local division ended up with a finding of $140,000 for this project. In partnership with the city of L grow the food bank and rebuild together sacramental. Of course, support is always needed. But now it's especially welcome back. This pandemic has really put us in a situation where those that were need or probably, even in a bigger need being able to address the hunger. Being able to provide credible program that can help provide food assist in being able to maintain this food to be able to distribute it out to those that are in dire need. This is really whether he's benefits are coming in rebuilding together. Sacramento also brings volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low income home in owner homeowners and help seniors and the disabled live safely in their homes. We believe they're doing this type of stuff here shows through our operations are people. The work that would do with a great partners, along with the reveal together Sacramento So I think it's a really, really good thing for the community. And again. That's Tony Perez. He's the GM of Republic services in our area. You could hear more from Tony and learn more at kpk dot com. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Well, coming up will go in depth on the California auditor's report, uncovering big problems with the California homeless Counsel that and more on news, 93.1 cave became live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. There's something to say. Thanks for getting a chance for people. The voice there's off on your smartphone dial.

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The you kind of like this guy. But when you can't decide between the filet O fish or the Big Mac, and he says, I'll get you both. Thank you. You definitely like this guy meal. Get it at McDonald's. When you get two of your faves for just six bucks, let me definitely present participation be very single and regular price. 7 28 chick Ludwig 700 W will w coming up in a couple of minutes. We're going to go up to New York State and hook up with John Girardi. Long time feature. Writer columnist Sports writer to Cincinnati, Inquire retired now but unauthorized You remember the book? Didn't come out that long ago from Cuba to Cooperstown. Tony Perez. Yeah, Well, we're gonna talk to John. You're already here in a few minutes. I want to update you on some college basketball scores in the top 25. You see a way? In overtime knocks off Stanford, 72 to 71. Alabama over Mississippi State right now, 65 to 57 with under a minute to go. Bail, or 81 to 66 over Oklahoma State. Villanova knocks off Providence, 71 to 56 Houston over Temple 68 to 51. Oklahoma. 75 Kansas 68. Ohio State goes into Madison, Wisconsin, and knocks off the Badgers. The 15th ranked Buckeyes take down the 10th ranked Badgers 74 to 62 proud of my home, a mater, the Ohio State Buckeyes. Creighton. Chops down Yukon 74 to 66, West Virginia all over Kansas State, 69 to 47, Syracuse 18 better Then Virginia Tech 78 to 60. Maryland. Goes into the twin cities and chops down the Minnesota Golden Gophers, 63 to 49, Florida state. In Tallahassee all over 20th ranked Clemson, 80 to 61. And man if you're a date in Flyer fan while the Flyers got taken to the wood shed today. At Virginia Commonwealth V C U 66 to 43 over the Flyers. We've reached the bottom of the hour break when we come back. We're gonna continue discussing the awesomeness that is Hall of Fame hero legend. Man myth and legend Hank Aaron with John Girardi. It's coming up next. Chick Ludwig 700 wlw. News, traffic and Weather News radio 700 WLW Cincinnati January on track to be the deadliest month so far, this is Theseventies 30 report I met Reese. Breaking now. The United States saw its single highest day number of vaccines given yesterday, but many states are still reporting a rising number of cases and deaths from the Corona virus. And by the time this month is over, there will likely be a new record on average this week in American death from Cove in 19 was reported every 30 seconds, and some states there were already ravaged by the virus over the summer are once again seeing a search. Florida reporting a wrecker. Tying 277 deaths Friday, along with 14,000 new cases in the CDC says Arizona has the highest number of cases per capita in the country and say BC STRIPPER All will run down the Tri state's latest report of coronavirus numbers in a moment, but first the latest traffic and weather together no major delays or accidents to report At this hour. Now, the ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw clouds will be building up overnight. It's gonna be a cold one with a low of 25. There's a chance of some early morning wintry mix of rain, freezing rain and snow, then that rain chance becomes more isolated. During the afternoon, one of cloudy skies and a high of 38. From your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning. Meteorologist Sherry Hughes is radio 700 wlw Radar's clear 31 degrees is our temperature in Cincinnati, Kentucky, reporting nearly 3800 new cases of Corona virus and 49 new death, one of the deadliest day so far for.

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"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In time? April 4th 1974 you heard from the Vice President Gerald Ford and Bowie Kuhn. Milo Hamilton, the Hall of Fame broadcaster on the call. Reds won that day 7 to 6 in front of 52,154. That was a Thursday afternoon in his murder reference. The Braves ownership said it intended to keep Aaron Out of the lineup for the three game Syriza and Cincinnati so we'd have a chance to break to tie and break the record when they went back home to open up the season in Atlanta, But Kun told the Braves he expected them to play Aaron at least two of the three games in Cincinnati, and he was citing the integrity of the game. Remember the Reds grounds crew retrieved the baseball from a police officer presented it to Hank Aaron. Later in the game, Aaron came to the plate three more Ah, three more times. He was retired twice, and he walked once, so three more at bats in that game with a chance to break the record. He was not in the starting lineup for the second game against the Reds. He did play in the third game after Bowie Kuhn had threatened penalties if the Braves held him out. Dave Concepcion homer that day for the Reds. Tony Perez homered that day, Clay Carroll got the win. A 35 year old Phil Niekro pitched in relief for the Braves that day. Pete started in left Dan Greece and started the third. Riddle me this who was the Reds Opening day center fielder that year 1974 on that day. Merv Rettenmund opened in center field that day, Dusty Baker had a hit and run for the Braves. That day. Davey Johnson had a double by the way, thoughts and prayers to Davey Johnson, the former Reds manager. Reports are tonight He is in a Florida hospital battling Covad Davis 77 years old former manager the Reds 93 to 95. The home plate umpire. That day 1974 was Ed Vargo and I noticed the second base umpire with John McSherry about that. There you go. Let's take some calls. 5137491 7800 the big £1.700 on a TNT in the next segment, I'm gonna give you Vin Scully's call of the record breaking home run. That occurred in Atlanta against the Dodgers, But we had here in Lebanon. Lee Welcome to sports talk. The Atlanta area. I'm well, thanks for calling. Hey, I wanted to share I was actually at that game, 1974. My dad took me to the game. I was eight years old. But I have something I think the little unique we all know that. That was Marty's first game that he called So fast forward 45 years later, and I took my dad to Marty asking. Oh, man, the Harris standing up on my arms. That is awesome. You don't have to think that that would be a little unique, right? Not right. A drains. Yes, her father son to be the his first and also is like I love that. That's a great story A late enjoy a weekend, buddy. Losing a little bit good to hear from you. How about college Hill? And this is Barbara on 700 wlw. Hi, Barbara. Hi. I was at that game and 1974 words. Yes, I wa so I was at that game. I heard that bad the past. And of course, I had a transistor radio with me. So I heard Barty Cloud with the same time and also wasn't mentioned. Uh, I'm laughing because they had a streaker in that bad part. No, Yes, way 24 Year old man. Hey, where we're so much racket, uh, about that, you know that all the time I wondered up one of my sight of friends who was with me. Then tell me right away What was happening, and Because I heard Compass. Sudden commotion. I wasn't expecting to hear. And then Marty talked about it. Barbara, if I can ask, Did the streaker run on the field during the celebration after the home runner was this later in the game? I think player in the game, all right. Wow. I'd never heard that story. But he I believe security escorted him out. That is excellent. That's a great story, Barbara. Thank you. All right. Have a great night love that additional A nation never heard that. Here's what he may have many things that amaze me about Hank Aaron's career 23 seasons. He was an all star for 21 straight years. The only time he wasn't an All star was his first year in his last year. Here's Here's a great trivia note as well. He played 23 years. He made 25 All Star teams because for a period of time they played two All Star games. Hank made 25 All Star games in 23 seasons. Hayward, the number 44 he hit exactly 44 home runs four different times. Here's the other thing that stood. I looked up. He was listed at 6 Ft. £180. And you wouldn't think just saying that that that would be the body type of the the I'll call on the all time home run later, but man, the quick wrist legendary quick wrist. In fact, when I think of that, I think of Hank Aaron. I think of Um George Foster. I think of Eric Davis in terms of quick wrist and guys who were pointed out as the just how quick the reflexes were assault today. Hey, care and hit 3 62 against Sandy Cove fax. 117 and bats. He hit 3 62. He had 3 42 against Steve Carlton. He hit 2 15 against Bob Gibson, but he had eight home runs off of Gibson. That's the most home runs that Gibson allowed to any right handed hitter, according to the note. I saw Another staggering stat. If you take away all of Hank Aaron's home runs, he still had over 3000 hits. Let me repeat that. That's how good he was. Take away all the home runs. Still over 3000 hits. It's like a Gretzky stat. Take away all Gretzky's goals and he still is the all time leader in points in NHL history because of the assist never went on the DL. Scored at least 100 runs in 13 straight seasons. He had two seasons. Now think of this 755 home runs. He had two years where he had at least 200 hits. He led the league both times. He stole 240 bases in his career. His career high was 31. Here is the one that I just have such an appreciation for.

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"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right, rock many issues many times today, Henry Aaron passed away. We have all the experts that have set all the connections he has with Cincinnati, the first major league pitcher he faced. In the major leagues and 19. 54 was Joe Nuxhall. Really? I did not know that you made his major league debut against Joe Nuxhall in April. 1954. He went over five by the way. Your left hander got hit. He got hit number 3000 at Crosley Field. In May of 1970. He hit the home run here in April, the fourth on Marty's first game. I just got a bad connection about her connections. That's right here, everything in Cincinnati, By the way, the Hall of Famer will join us on the Iraqi show 4 30 today about it, and then on the field. They stopped the game. You were too young to recall. They stopped the game when you're born yet. No, that was born 1980. They stuff 1980. They stopped the game. Bowie Kuhn comes on in the field. They commit the commish and there's Pete Rose, Johnny bench. But Tony Perez, Joe Morgan Dusty Baker, who was on the on deck circle when Henry and hit the home run on they did this big ceremony. Henry kept looking like Let's play baseball and they lost the game and extra innings P rose in the 12th inning or 11th inning was on second base, and there was a wild pitch and somehow P Rose scored from second to have a little pitch and I'm listening. And Toledo I came back from court. I was a bailiff in law school, and I'm listening. Driving up, Bancroft. You get home about 4 35 o'clock, and I'm listen to this guy in the first time I heard him. I said, damn, He sounds pretty good. That's not Al Michaels, who is that? I never gave the name and he's all excited at the end of the game. Pete Rose has scored from second base, and this ring belongs to the red. I'm going What the hell's that guy? This is Marty. Brenda. Hang. Good morning. Who is that guy? It's s O. That was it brings back the memories goes Henry and died today at the age of 86 about that, But what couple issues? Yeah, but he got I got many but the inquiry. I'm trying to stay positive. Like, Don't get pissed off. I'm getting pissed off. Good. There is a Twitter war going on betraying Chris Seelbach and dusty roads. The American dream. Dusty Rhodes, who's a traditional Democrat, may I say, takes umbrage of the idea that Joe Biden is now gotten rid of all the rules and regulations about transgender rights or whatever. And now, if you identify as a female or identifies a male Not having gone through the surgery. But if you just identify you can suffer no discrimination on joining sports teams, Leagues bathroom, use whatever it might be. And so now, Dusty Rhodes is expressed a more traditional viewpoint. About young males and young females. There is a difference, and Chris Seelbach has dropped the F bomb on Twitter. Bunch of other things calling, Dusty rose every no answer. He just resorted to cursing, so there's not. I mean, there is that that's that's a real issue, right? If you're a Suburban woman who voted for Joe Biden. How are you going to feel when your daughter loses all out on a college scholarship toe Miami Because it was now given to someone who identifies as male of identifies as a woman. What do you do when your niece doesn't make the high school track team Because a male identifies now is a woman now takes us spot. And what are you doing? Some 21 year old and Xavier, you see the hits the ball out of sight and golf. Unlike many sports and golf, you can make a living. And so what happens if he says you know what I'm driving about Threat and 25 yards. I can't quite make it on the tour but identifies a woman. I want to play LPGA. Now, what do you do? It's not gonna do much for women's rights to say that Would think a liberal would care about women's rights. I don't think I would They. They're very, very tourney on this issue. But this is a very complicated issue and one that's it makes you kind of like day one of the administration that was like number of three on the priority. Three transgender, all the people that told me odd jobs, a moderate, He's just a moderate guy. Old. Joe's gonna be right down the middle. And I said No, he's not. I'm sure you said no, he's not. No, he's not gonna resist against that wing of the party at all, and There's that we were right. I'm looking to your left and all the information. The Biden administration now says about how difficult we are. The economy could fall into a black hole. That could be a depression coming, okay? So you got asthma. Any is 22 50,000 really good middle class jobs and building the keystone pipeline and building all the walls on the southern border. And that is an important part of economic recovery is construction jobs. Shall we say, infrastructure jobs? First thing he does is far the firearm 11,000 blue collar jobs that On something that goes right through his home state of Pennsylvania. Right now, The Keystone Pipeline begins in Alberta, and they also went through the time and large parts of it. You just build the pipeline instead of transporting it by truck, or by rail, which has collisions and rex and cost involved. This is a pipeline once it's built you simply Speck of turning on and what happens, Energy prices were paying $2 instead of four. And that's the thing not only of the jobs lost, but the oil is still going to get transferred from point A to point B. It's just like you said, expensive. So why are we doing this? The result is still the same. If you hate fossil fuels, the fossil fuels aren't going where it's just gonna Cut a bunch of jobs in a more if we want to be more dependent on Saudi Arabia, right? That's what we need. Did you think the average person other knows that under Trump? We became energy independent. Do you think they know the polling says about 15 Day? 18% know that most don't know it. Goes, It's not. It's not publicize is an accomplishment because it was an accomplishment. And if it's an accomplishment under Trump, we don't talk about it. Speak about Quincy. This is the one that has me. Probably the most upset. You might have seen this. So the World Health Organization yesterday comes out and says, Oh, wait a minute. These PCR tests Right that we've been given people that have resulted in all these staggeringly high numbers that have because of that we've shut down the country from sea to shining sea right people out of jobs. Small business people out of jobs. Restaurants have gone under. Father. Those PCR tests. They aren't that accurate. They're actually show. You know, they can't tell the difference. I guess between one of Iris is dead and inactive in someone, someone who may have had the virus three months ago, it's still in their system That's coming up is a positive test versus Someone who actually has its activities. Still, Beacon could be communicable. It's called inert. Strange if you have entered strains, which will not cause difficulty, nor can you communicate the virus is not enough load. That test positive when it's not another words, you everyone has viruses. But if it's in a jury is when you want to know about it. But the PCR test was the gold standard of determining whether not someone was positive. There's 25 million cases, supposedly in America of positive test, which is a slice of the 100 million that supposedly have it, But now the test to determine that Not accurate, but how many people are have lost jobs lost livelihood. That's standard. I test that now, all of a sudden, shockingly the day after the election is now deemed not credible. Is that a coincidence? No people should be pissed off about this. How many people have lost jobs in the country has been in ruin. Based on this test that was supposed to be the gold standard, and actually, it's the worst standard. Well, we also have the situation where the National Guard Which was 26,000%. When one a fraction of that maybe was required. Once you put up the fence and fences or they are bad, right? You can't build a wall. I get metal, but you put up the fence the barrier in the barbed wire. Not too many. You're going to scale the fence it don't you don't need 26,000. But it was kind of like a nephew to trump supporters. Look at what you've done to us. You've done because of you knuckle dragging idiots. Look what you've done to us. Send 26 6000, And now she's gone. Sleeping in the parking lot. Someone thought at the time and I'm gonna have bread Bread win Strip on Sunday night to talk about He's in the national No, he's in the reserves said somebody say Okay, we got 26,000 young men and.

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"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Which days you thought about that impossible view for for Fran, Chester Martin Brennaman and his first game behind the Mike to call Henry Aaron 714th career home run. Let me give you a call or tie of sorts. With between Henry Aaron and the Reds, Dusty Baker. You may remember, I do this. This feature called 10 teammates and a hat where I left. My name's great stuff. It's a great segment, and so I could one with Dusty Baker and, you know she played forever and mounted. So there were a million names in this hat. He pulls out 10 names, and one of them is Henry up proceeds to tell the story of how he was an 18 year old kid and the Raves wanted to sign him. Um, his mom didn't want to decide Is Mom wanted Dusty Baker to go to college. So the Braves had Henry Aaron make the pitch to Dusty Baker's mom. For wise. He's inside a professional baseball contract. And not go to college, and Henry Aaron said that Dusty's mom, Listen, Listen, This is Baker. I will take care of him like he's my own son. I will make sure he goes to church. Make sure he goes to bed early. I'll get him up and make sure he hasn't breakfast. And that's what Henry Aaron did for 18 year old Dusty Baker when he started out his professional baseball career was on the field. With Henry, and when he hit that home run from the Braves, Dusty Baker, Dusty Baker was on deck. Dusty Baker was the on deck hitter when Henry Aaron hit number 7 15 and who was the young part second base that first designated it was a home run. That I don't know. You got me on that one. Let me give you a hint. He later died of Riverfront Stadium and home plate, Boy, I certainly remember that incident, but now I'm drawing a blank on the name of the Cherry Empire. Harry. That's right. He was the one to second base called it. And then what was 74? I think it was 1996. I'm like that. About 22. Years later, he died at home plate, and I'm thinking And then they had the big ceremony on you might be too young to recall if you're a young man, but in 1974, they stopped the game outcome. Bowie Kuhn, who kind of order that he playing the game. There was Pete Rose, Johnny Bench Henry Aaron, Tony Perez, Joe Morgan, Dusty Baker all there, and they did some sort of ceremony on the field. And Henry said, you know, kept saying, Look, let's play baseball her and then enough for this and the guy who was over this 3 74 Mark and left Center field. Sitting in the third row with a glove in his hand at the age of 12 was Brian Combs. How about that? Brian comes got the tickets the day before from Bob Braun, who was doing a TV show broadcast it. Also here he went on is a 12 year old boy dressed his Mr Red with a big job he's gonna bring in the photo and Bob Brown said here, young man. Here's two tickets to Mars game. It was in the Philly Market Parade, and Brian comes watch the ball fall more less at his feet. Picked up by an UMP picked up by a cop in his first year name. Police officer Clarence Williams of CPM because he was a rookie cop. He was the guy in between the wall and the frame of Riverfront Stadium is like 6 ft. Separation and and he was like he was like in an alley and he heard a ball was hit. He heard the yelling. Had no idea what was going on. He couldn't see He was like in the vice and and the ball came over the first wall, hit the second wall, then bounce back to hit the wall that 3 74 Mark and the ball landed at his feet and he picked it up. S. O'Brien comes looking down at Officer Clarence Williams with the baseball She probably gave back to Henry own car. I see did yeah, a certain famous Plum house man. Send someone out the left center field to see if they could find the ball and the cop in uniform is holding the ball. And said, Would you give that back to you so sure. I'm on duty out. You can have it and the ball is now on now in Cooperstown. Did. Officer Williams get anything exchange? Did they give him a base? Yes, they did. Thank you. Henry. Aaron signed some things and gave it to the police officer. And the rest, shall we say is history. Nice. You know, I have a brother named Mark is actually my stepbrother. So we had different parents given Grandparent's his grandfather gave him an autographed baseball signed by Henry Aaron. Which he had displayed. We shared a bedroom, his kids, so he had it displayed in our bedroom. And then one day we were out playing catcher playing baseball in the neighborhood and we lost the ball. No. My brother ran upstairs into our bedroom. He grabbed the autographed Henry Aaron baseball, and that's what we played with and you know, naturally ruined it. Well, what it would have been a very valuable piece of memorabilia. We stupidly you know, played catch and baseball with in the backyard, destroying it. You may recall 2 to 3 years ago, baseball designated the four living greatest baseball players of all time and an All Star game. They were Henry Aaron, Willie Mays, Johnny Bench and Sandy Koufax Co fax at a baseball scholarship to you See Johnny Bench played here is 17 year career. And Henry Aaron had all these marks and milestones in Cincinnati. The only one that wouldn't connected us was really amazed. So the four greatest that ever lived. Three of the four have great connections to Cincinnati, and one might say, Pete Rose would have been on that list somewhere. But of course, he's been more less banished from baseball and that Zorro NPI roast, so no matter what happens down hard There's a Cincinnati connection, everything. Everything in the world ultimately gets tied to the Queen City. I know last night. You ready for the big question? I am. The Mount Rushmore of you See Bear cat basketball. All men off. Say all men. Yeah, we're gonna have four Mount Rushmore. You see men's basketball Go. The Mount Rushmore. The top four Tripoli players. No coach is correct. Okay, well, the big O is obvious. Kenyon Martin..

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"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"tony perez" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Beer, Dave here by the end of the end of the half hour. Look working, Doug before we get to news yet, Doug gonna sell what's up? Yeah, this, uh, bit right into the whole theme of violence that we've been talking or discussing here, but, Yeah, when I was, uh I guess I was 10 years old. It was After the Pittsburgh Steelers had won the second National or Super Bowl, her second Super Bowl there in a row. I was with my dad that we were going to Game at Riverfront Stadium. We're walking into the stadium. We're right down there right in the Fort Washington Way area, But and I'm standing there with my dad on every corner. There's a fight before. Before the gang going into the stadium and that there said That's my kind of escape. That's what I want. Good times. It told me to play football the rest of my life. Another boy, All right, Doug. I appreciate that one. Randy freaking called back. And where were you? Hey, Mike Out, just kind of listening. And I heard you talking about Pete breaking the record and he tied up in Chicago. Well, I want the Chicago with my brother that weekend to see him. Is in case he broke the record. And as you might remember. He didn't break the record up in Chicago, and on Sunday he wasn't supposed to play Tony Perez. They were platooning back in those days. And so we were thinking, OK, we've been going go to gain that Sunday. And all of a sudden back today we'll listen to the radio right? And the radio guy says, Well, a the picture who was going to pitch for the tubs that day was a lefty. So Perez was starting You have injured in a bike accident. Riding his bike, the Wrigley Field. It's a in certainly I guess a right hander. And all of sudden, Pete was in the lineup. So that's why you had tickets, so you had to scramble to get tickets. It was no problem getting tickets because nobody I think we scrambled and got a ticket. But nobody was. I tell everybody. There were probably 15,000 people in that ballpark at the beginning of the game. And his word traveled. That he was called, was potentially gonna break the record. It was started by, like fourth or separating. It was unbelievable. Then there was a rainbow labor. Ready. I love it. But I'm late for a news. I got to go because Jack Crumley is a big sucker. It'll just whale on you. All right. Have a good weekend. Thanks and see a news time. News, traffic and weather. Use radio 700. W L jealousy Cincinnati The guy who put his feet up on Pelosi's desk under arrest. This is the 2 30 report. I'm Matt Reese breaking now. It's one of the more iconic photos from the assault on the U. S Capital on Wednesday, Guys sitting at the House speaker's desk during the time Congress was overrun. Now he is facing federal charges. Richard Barnett was arrested in Little Rock, Arkansas on a number of federal charges, among them disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Barnett was the one scene with this muddy boots propped up on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desk is he posed for pictures? He was also charged with stealing mail. Other arrests have been made around the country as well, including one man who possessed 11. Molotov cocktails Davey sees here in Qatar Ski House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she and the Joint Chiefs chairman Mark Milley, have talked about keeping President Trump from initiating a nuclear attack. They discuss quote available precautions for preventing an unstable president from initiating military hostilities or accessing launch codes. And ordering a nuclear strike. She made no mention of how Milly reacted to her concerns. By the way, the president saying on Twitter earlier today, he's not going to go. To his successor, Joe Biden's inauguration. Not clear yet whether the vice president Mike Pence, will attend, either now the latest traffic.

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DOJ to make Comey memos available to Congress after subpoena threat

The Larry O'Connor Show

02:09 min | 5 years ago

DOJ to make Comey memos available to Congress after subpoena threat

"For your investment in this region and i can promise you you won't regret it the banks opening new branches in more than a dozen markets maryland governor larry hogan and we're all so excited that they're starting right here in the district heather curtis sound wma al and wma aol dot com the justice department is expected to make the james comey memo's available to congress later today the justice department is expected to make them available at some point later today and there are at least seven different memos that at least world where some of which contained classified information so at this point it's unclear whether the justice department will decide to make them available in redacted form for that classified information or whether they'll provide them unredacted to congress correspondent laura jarrett the texas firefighter who helped pull a passenger back into the plane during a deadly southwest airlines emergency spoke about it today at a news conference andrew needham says he felt the need to assist servant heart me to get up and do something meanwhile the federal aviation administration says in the next two weeks it will issue a directive to require ultrasonic inspections of fan blades like the one that snapped off that southwest airlines plane passenger who was partially blown out of window was killed the faa announcement comes nearly a year after the engine's manufacturer recommended the additional inspections and a month after european regulators order their airlines to do the work the cincinnati reds are the first team in baseball this year to fire their manager anytime you're baseball team gets off to the worst record they've had since the great depression the manager can't be long for his job and in cincinnati that means a quick hook for brian price whose reds are three and fifteen the worst record in baseball it's the earliest reds manager has been sacked since tony perez was fired after forty four games back in nineteen ninetythree cincinnati is in the midst of a rebuild having lost at least ninety four games each of the last three seasons finishing last each year this season was expected to be no different bench coach jim riggleman will manage the team on an interim basis his fifth managerial job in the majors i'm john stolnis she's been all over tv for weeks now you can see stormy daniels in person she's.

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