21 Burst results for "Ty Cobb"
"ty cobb" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Mark. Maguire gets issued a free pass. And so now you have runners on. I'm sorry that also scored chase utley. That double did so. You had runners on second one to nothing. lead mark. Maguire gout walked and sammy sosa. Hit a line drive to left field. Barry bonds got thrown out at home by babe ruth as the as the catcher was able to hold onto the ball. I don't know why babe ruth was in left field actually thought i put him in right field. I guess i must have missed that. One knicks that up a little bit the it wasn't the easiest thing. Try to set these lineups. Every game either actually took me about an hour to get through. All of this at all. I'm doing is clicking then. In the bottom half of the fifth yogi bear flew out to center field hana's wagner swung and missed for strike three two outs in the bottom of the fifth. But then cy young actually got a single up. The middle and ty cobb grounded out to end the inning that is eight storyline for their cy. Young gets a hit. There were only five. It's total by the old timers in this game of after vat you have. The top of the six griffey draws a walk to lead off the inning but altro rigas ground out to second base. Griffey was able to advance to second base after that. Then johnny bench grounds out to first base but he does a job and gets griffey to third base. But that brings up pedro martinez. Your nine witter and pedro rounds out to third base. After that you have the bottom of the six roger hornsby hit a ground ball double down the right field line to start off the inning. Good news for the old timers. But then babe ruth strikes out swinging lou. Gehrig gets a bloop single right. Fueled horne's barry has to hold up third. Now you have runners on the corners with one out stan. Musial got struck out looking and then eddie mathews swung and missed for strike number three now. Going to the top half of the seventh chase utley and chipper jones. Both get out to start off the inning. But then barry bonds lines one to center field for a single and then mcguire fouls out first base in the bottom half of the seventh pedro martinez. Still on the mound. By the way he gets a strike. Three looking by yogi berra and then a couple of groundouts by honda swagger cy young to end the inning in in order and then in the top half of the eighth you have the young guns with sosa leading off. He hits a fly. A fly ball shallow centerfield. It's caught for an out and then griffey flies out down the left field foul line but deep griffey then i'm sorry ultra rigas after griffey and out trod rigas. Hit an infield single to third base then. Johnny bench struggled at the plate. This series of goliath grounds out to shortstop immediately after that infield single by alex rodriguez now granted. I'm not blaming johnny bench at all for his struggles. At the plate this series. He was facing Quite literally the greatest Pitching staff aside from maybe the other pitching staff on his team like he is facing very very good pitchers. I'm not surprised at all. A lot of these games. Were low scoring but some of them were not very high scoring actually but going into the bottom. Half of the Oops i'm sorry. I lost my spot real quick. We were in the top half of the eighth. It's one to nothing young guns by the way one run on six hits no errors. The old timers no runs on four hits in just one air down to the bottom of the eighth. Now ty cobb roger horns burien babe ruth or up ty cobb grounds out to second base hornsby swings and misses for strike. Three and babe. Ruth also strikes out swinging now going to the top of the ninth. Albert pools enters the game. As a pinch hitter for pedro martinez and pool smokes a line drive to left field chipper jones. Those strikes out swinging and chase utley hits a fly shallow ball to left field. Which makes it one runner on first into out. Barry bonds then draws a walk and makes it first and second with two outs in. Maguire is up with angi grounds. A through the whole in right center field for a single and album holes somehow was able to score then with runners on first and third. Barry bonds went to third on that play. Sammy sosa grounds out to third baseman but extends lead to two eight that brings in montana rivera to face. Lou garrick stanton museum and eddie mathews at least. Those were the three that he was supposed to face at the start of this game. Lou gehrig is frozen on a strike. Three called stan musial grounds out to shortstop eddie. Mathews comes in clutch with two outs. In doubles down the right field foul or double down the right-field minor should say that brings up yogi berra yogi. Berra can get on. They can get one of the many many awesome hitters on their team up to bat but yogi bear unfortunately flew out to right field to end. The game. judah nothing young guns first game. Roger hornsby had a double stan. Musial had a double in. Eddie mathews had a four. The old timers takab had an air. Though for the young guns. That game. One double by barry bonds when rbi barry barry bonds and rbi mark. Maguire both of those were two out. Rbi's and chase elliott was hit by a pitch pedro martinez goes eight innings. Four hits walks. Only to one of those was intentional and strikes out twelve money on our rivera gets the save gives up one hit and strikes out one in his one inning of work. Cy young got the loss but goes all nine. Innings gives up eight hits one earned. Run to runs in total walked. Five couple of those were intentional. Struck out just one batter on this team. Now going to game number two this. This is going to be an entire episode. I'm barely getting a game to. We're almost fifteen minutes into this segment. Good news is is that there's not much to say about the last game although it was pretty fantastic so up next. We have cindy colfax versus roger clemens now. This game is one of those games. That i was talking about it. There was a lot going on so in this game chipper jones. Mike trout barry bonds mark. Maguire buster posey robinson. I'm sorry ken griffey junior. After buster posey in the six whole robinson cano in the seven hole and alex rodriguez batting eighth roger. Clemens is the starting pitcher for the young gods for the timers. It is ty cobb roger horns berry mickey mantle lou gehrig babe ruth eddie mathews yogi berra and hana's wagner. Saint kill. facts is on the bump for the old timers in this one. Got out of hand rather quickly. Actually cynical facts gets chipper jones. Mike trout and barry bonds to get one to three e. strikes out mike trout in the top of the first in the bottom of the first ty cobb is plugged in the armed lead off the game by roger clemens and then he steals second base. No outs running on second. Now roger hornsby grounds out to third and cobb has to stay put mickey mantle then strikes out on a ball out of the zone chased a little bit. And now looking like ty cobb roger. Clemens might get out of that jam. But then lou gehrig hit a two run home run over right seven or right-center field barely got over the wall. Then it's to nothing old timers and babe. Ruth is up babe. Ruth draws a walk. And then eddie mathews pops out to i. I'm sorry shortstops in the game. I'm sorry i'm getting ahead of myself.
"ty cobb" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"One hundred twenty six runs. He didn't have great yielding rating with a c. Minus but his range was an a plus now he also didn't hit very many home runs. This was also the dead ball era but he is a he was very capable hitter and i think he would have done very well in today's gain in starting in right field. I have babe ruth babe. The twenty seven babe ruth. Actually that means he hit three fifty. Six sixty home runs in one hundred sixty four. Rbi now babe. Ruth was kind of fat and slow so or not was. It wasn't really slow at this point yet. He still had a b. minus range rating but as a defender not great he had he had a c. c rating at best also in the outfield. Bef ty cobb. We talked a little bit about cobb. But i picked the nineteen eleven. Mvp tied cop and that year's tycoon hit four twenty. Had eight home runs and one hundred twenty seven rbi's now ty cobb also wasn't an amazing defender but he did have a lot of range and that's thanks. To his speech he actually had an a plus range his by the way hans wagner nine million dollars babe ruth a. Let's see oh wait. I'm sorry on sweat. Yeah babe ruth a fifteen million dollar contract nine hundred eleven ty cobb twenty one million dollars next is the nineteen forty-eight stan musial now museum had a three seventy six in forty eight. He had thirty nine home runs in one hundred thirty one. Rb is actually a really good defender. But he didn't have very much range. A b rating in the range. But i'm sorry a c rating in the range but a b rating in fielding. So he's a solid defender. He's his contract. Was worth thirteen. Point nine million dollars up next. I have nineteen fifty-six mickey mantle mickey mantle a three fifty three average fifty. Two home runs one hundred thirty. Rbi's that year and he was an amazing defender. Not even a question. He's eighteen million dollars then. I have one thousand nine. Forty two u ted williams on the bench I actually have mickey mantle usually starting.
"ty cobb" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"I understand the role of someone like ty cobb who is employee of the white house and not a personal attorney but is also not within the white house. Counsel's office and not a doesn't report to again. I'm is that is that sort of a traditional role. I can't quite think of a precedent for a lawyer that occupy that space is is that so unusual or is there a different way. We should think about someone in that kind of role. I did not have this experience. But i would imagine that if there is a major investigative challenge consistent with what about the importance of building separate operations to address that challenge having a senior lawyer. Come in both to manage that. So the white house counsel can go on with his other duties and also frankly to help. Coordinate the personal and professional side because this administration for example in russia related matters there are clearly personal and institutional issues that are presented and so having somebody who has his or her i on those issues and attends to them and has that as their exclusive focus. It seems to me is a sensible way of doing things. Now when reads in the paper. That the mr cobb has direct access to the president. And you know there may be some questions of just how well coordinated the personal and professional these two governments lawyers are in the representation of interest. That's seems to be to be potentially really dangerous problem. But we'll we'll know more if we have lunch anywhere near the new york times building. My.
"ty cobb" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"So go the extra mile by taking that all important i into an authorized dealership. Today well coming up in a few minutes we'll get back into the nba finals. And there's video involving rory mcilroy and something that happened during his round today. That is absolutely insane. We're going to bring that to you in a few minutes but rob you. We had the conversation earlier this hour about the all star game. And you know you're going next week you're going to be covering it and and al to in korea are not going and clearly all eyes are going to be on shohei otani with the first half he is having but when it comes to baseball players look otani has been the guy and you ask any baseball fan. Who's the guy you want to watch. the most. You know otani is going to be the top a lot of lists. He is not at the top of your list. He's not it's fernando petits. Junior and i know people are gonna go. He makes too many errors. And that'll be you're not going to disqualify this guy this guy and otani. I'm not tearing down otani to prop up tattoos. I'm not because otani is all that he was advertised to be. He's been unbelievable will probably win the american league. Mvp the pitching those over one hundred miles an hour. Odyssey's leading the league in home runs and what he's been able to do. But if you look at just a not. And i did some research and looked at it. Tat teases first hundred games better than anybody. I one hundred sixty two games better than anybody and they recently did on. Mlb network a breakdown of Opie s adjusted. And and what they did. Jason was they put up the best six seasons. I'll players in the big leagues in the history of baseball and three of them. The pictures were in black and white. Because it was ted williams twice and ty cobb so those were the three old time players that that fit in this bracket of the best seasons put together. The other guy was soto from last year. And this year vlad guerrero junior and tat east junior. Those are the six people that were five people. Because 'cause ted williams did it twice but those are the five people that they looked at..
"ty cobb" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"To see exactly what they have and what it's worth, and a lot of people ended up putting them on those auctioning sites, and this collection includes cards with Ty Cobb, Lou Gehrig, Honus Wagner. There's another Mickey Mantle card from 1952 near Perfect that's expected to go for $1.2 Million, and they've got boxes of cards from tops in the 19 eighties that haven't even been opened yet. So there it's really tough to evaluate this whole collection and some of the cards go back like well, over 100 years, right? Yeah, There's a 1916 rookie Babe Ruth card when he's in his God less ID Red Sox uniform. God. Blessed Red Sox is the New Englander. My great uncle. Got a hit off Babe Ruth back when Babe Ruth was a picture. Is that true? Yeah, that's kind of cool. Started during the industrial leagues in the Northeast back in 19. Oh, wait or something. Now you mention the Babe Ruth card, the 1933 that they think is going to bring in over $5 million, but several other cards air going to go for over a million. They think Yeah, that Mickey Mantle. One is really getting a lot of the attention. You know anything with the MC. I's gonna get a lot of attention, especially from New York. Collectors on this really was a family affair. You know, it wasn't just something he was doing secretly in the garage. It really get involved his son in this and making all these trips to the collection collectible conventions on again. It was a 40 year. Passion for Just the right time. Yeah, just the right time. I think they just downsizing and trying because some of these cards were kept in his medical offices. Well, so they had to clear out that office and now I just feel that this is the time Tomo let other people share in it as well. You know, the widows said that you know, if other people can find some of the happiness it gave him then then that would make her happy. $20 million doesn't hurt either The auctions all taking place online, right? It's all gonna start online Memory Lane is the name of the auction company. If you google that if the auction starts June 21st, so a month from today, all right, Well, I appreciate it. Stay safe. Enjoy your weekend. I'll talk to you on Monday. Thanks, Manny. Sounds good. All right, 6 26 on NewsRadio, 6 10 W. Coyote and Erica Rodriguez joins us with a look at sports and a big night for the cats. Itwas Manny after coughing up a two to nothing lead, allowing five second period goals. The Florida Panthers rally from a two goal deficit to force overtime where Ryan Lambert's game winner six minutes into the extra session lifted the cardiac cats to 65 victory. Pulled them within two games to one in their first round, serious with the Lightning for Long Burger was his first shot on goal in this series in his first playoff hole in his career. It's also the first overtime goal for the franchise since Mike Huff and Dave Lowry lit the lamp with the game winners in 1996 game for in this Syriza's tomorrow at noon in Tampa. And Sandy L. Contra bounced back from the worst performance of his career, throwing six shutout innings with nine strikeouts, combining with three relievers on the three hits, six to Nothing win in Philadelphia tonight, Miami opens a home stand with no mask restrictions wearing the uniforms of the Cuban sugar kings while doing the Mets and a three game Syriza. George Holloway expected Get the start on the hill pregame coverage on our sister station. I'm 40 wins. Against at 6 49, Erica. Thank you very much. 6 27 were three minutes away from you. Next live check on traffic. A news radio 6 10 w y o d like a cowboy, please. There's no time like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a gavel account today. Yeah, When you're home crowd boys contained that cowboy ground. No way, like the cowboy way have a cowboy candidate here. Like they have a big time. Try the new Big Sky burger every way. Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork your battered on your ing's American cheese in spicy barbecue sauce on.
"ty cobb" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I mean, great way, Tonto a year in many ways, because I do think that When you look beyond the success of the MBA, the whatever of the NFL and I think that's still to be determined. We do know that college sports is fundamentally change. And as he said 21 is going to be a massive year in terms of how we look at college sports going forward bar it is and I weigh Haven't old saying in Detroit My man brings it and I like that enthusiasm and what he said about the you know, we talked about a Wayne state or, you know, trying to play Michigan. Whatever I get exactly what he's saying. And I wonder if one solution to that. Is kind of what we do. Now we rank the collegiate teams one through 25. Whatever. And now you want to see people fight to get on that one through 25 list. Okay, let that be the list. That you're talking about. And then if you don't make it Hey, you know you got to do something. Let you I mean, one takeaway clearly is it's broken like that. It needs to be fixed, right? Absolutely. And this is going to come down to the haves and the have nots. And I think it's going to get worse before it gets better. Hey, made a great great point about some of these nonrevenue sports being the training ground, Basically, for our Olympic athletes, track and field, a wrestling, swimming and diving, which had been eliminated at many of we're not talking like Division Three schools were talking. You know, I gave clumsiness an example right off the top. But there's been some other Cincinnati and you know where these athletes going to train now for the Olympics, While Stanford was the example that everybody points to right, that means that was such an Olympic Breeding ground in many ways, and so you look at that, and I think we said this on the show earlier in the year, sort of like Stanford can't figure this out. I mean, what's gonna happen? Mongrels? If you don't want that, sometime in June of two kids feel better to be number one, The number five. I wear the number because of Mike. We have a chance to go for three in a row. His numbers to get town that's first start wearing that number. I would just happy and proud. Bloomberg business of Sports the number of the week All right, Mr Barr, the final version. Good lord. Number of the week. Yes, way. Did not do this in your absence, by the way, because I don't know. I just didn't want Lindsay to embarrassment. Oh, and away. We go to Costco. They are selling some expensive sports memorabilia online. Now you can get a Babe Ruth autographed baseball is going for about $64,000. What I want. Yeah. Is there the Ty Cobb autographed bat? And I'll be fair School at online at Costco okay for the low, low price. Of this number and it's priced like Costco and I should add. That I think He signed this in the forties. And so that that's an important factor because I don't think it was during his playing days like those in the during the forties, But if you're buying it at Costco, shouldn't you get like 30 of them? Hey, isn't that the whole thing and you get a roll of toilet paper? Exactly Right, Buying it in bulk on again. I'm going to say this. It's priced, just like you're at Costco. All right. Um, So you said the babe Ruth Ball 64,000 about $64,000 tie, Kat. Um I'm going to say $999.2999.
"ty cobb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. September 11th. We'll start off today in 1985 Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds becomes the all time hit leader with his 4192nd hit. Raking Ty Cobb's record. Coincidentally, it's also the 57th anniversary of Ty Cobb's last game in the majors today in 1990 for Andre Agassi wins the US Open with a three set victory over Michael Stitch and becomes the first unseeded player to beat five seeded players in a Grand Slam. And the first unseeded champion since Fred Stolle in 1966. And today in 2011, Carolina Panthers Cam Newton becomes the first rookie to throw for more than 400 yards in his NFL opening game in a 28 21 lost to Arizona. Newton was that year's number one draft pick, and he was playing on the same field where he led Auburn to the BCS championship In January. He went 24 for 37 for 422 yards and two touchdowns and one interception. Elsa rushed for a touchdown. Well, it's now 2020 and Cam will be under center this weekend for the New England Patriots. Who would have thought now you know today in sports history on my heart radio. So the does make me wonder. Hi. Don't.
"ty cobb" Discussed on WTOP
"At home with limited exceptions like essential trips for food and other supplies the body worn camera program in Fairfax county is about to begin the in practice after more than a year of pilot programs and training are wrapping up but there's a strong one possibility that funding is going to hit a snag affects county police chief ed Roessler says more than three hundred fifty cameras will be deployed to officers at three different stations and specialized units on may first during the last few weeks rustler says the officers trained virtually with other county employees in the program this includes staff from the office of the Commonwealth attorney the public defender's office and court personnel while phase one is funded he says it's possible the program could encounter challenges phases two and three are proposed to be impacted due to the economic decline resulting from the code nineteen pandemic lack in clarity WTOP news still to come California's governor has a few choice words for some of his residence it's six forty five sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda turn it over here to Dave Johnson while we wait all baseball we talk baseball and we read about baseball you gotta have heart wise to baseball for Walter Johnson of the twenty I. T. World Series champion nationals is the C. baseball historian Frederick farmers new book and while we celebrate the current nationals it's important to remember the big trade Walter Johnson I wanna be the greatest pitcher ever also genuinely nice guy it always needs and one of them was the big sweet he was a German extraction but he never cracked the record because you said so people I don't want to offend anybody and Ty Cobb actually took advantage of this opportunity if you cross the plate against Johnson the senior Johnson's to Mexico they sky you finish first borough WTOP dot com we know jumbled up play for the wizards until next season but told NBA TV last night so eager to get back in the back court because Bradley Beal is even better isn't on his level in the way he's playing now I think it makes it even more dangerous the way he treated people create for itself even more when he gets aggressive against that mindset when I'm unstoppable he puts it back in games and we are going to be some of the best teams in the league without.
When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2
"O'clock when it comes to unanimous picks for baseball hall of fame Derek Jeter quite appropriately has the chance to be number two believe it or not there's only been one unanimous pick and we talk and you don't not Babe Ruth not Ty Cobb was Yankees closer Mariano Rivera he became the very first player to appear in every ballot when they swept four hundred twenty five votes in last year's election Ken Griffey junior was three votes short of perfection two thousand thirteen breaking the mark of five shy that had been set back in nineteen ninety two by Tom Seaver so we'll find out if Derek Jeter gets in unanimously because baseball's hall of fame class will be announced at about three o'clock this
"ty cobb" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Ninety nine point three Tom Seaver ninety eight point eight on the George press in their ninety eight point two Ty Cobb ninety eight point two now I'm surprised to Ty Cobb because I thought maybe you would factor in the kind of player he was but I'm guessing Derek Jeter is going to be the next next year yeah I'm guessing a big papi in twenty twenty two Alex Rodriguez no he's not going to be unanimous big papi probably will will be unanimous no I you want us to report no he will not be I'm just looking at some of these other names on here but you see Joe Mauer chase nana who else is going to Miguel Cabrera known David right no holes tools might be a guy who could flirt with that baby Kershaw I don't I don't know I don't know what he's going to end up with the you know total why is it in in a what is postseason numbers look like with his victory total going to be Jeter's gonna be I'm getting gas of unanimous pick yes I went through this gathers are in the hall of fame which would you rather at your team knowing when you're gonna get Mariano Rivera or pager Martinez Peter Martinez from age twenty three to thirty three one four cy Youngs when finished second twice third twice fourth rated underrated no really people forget as much as we love sandy Koufax because he looked like a matinee I'd only pitch for the Dodgers he was wonderful injuries cut short his career Pedro was right there was sandy Koufax and any pitched in the American League he had he had your raise of one point nine two point eight two point oh and one point seven two point three two point two two point to him in the American League sh the bad dude man he was he was unbelievable yes for two for you I can remember seeing the professors Daddy Nora got his little bit at a gym hardball and the big ten media day we thought that he'd have to comment on his urban Meyer comment he said no context you should know about I don't think it was anything that was anything new or a bomb shell it's things that many of you have an understanding of or have written about that there's controversy that comes along with urban Meyer though he's he's stating the obvious there with urban Meyer yeah I just if I'm Jim Harbaugh I want to distance myself from urban Meyer I I don't think you know because if you say all urban might no matter what you say about urban Meyer then people are going to go yeah we went over in four against a man you gave up sixty two points the last time you faced him like I just you move on Hey I wish him well in retirement and hopefully says nice things about our program on Fox Sports I guess something where you just go we just look let me put the onus let me put the focus on my team not on my relationship or what I think of urban Meyer but that's hardball no that's what we love about it you can turn your car into a.
"ty cobb" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Only hear the unpire by Mitch Miller. Did you know that song? That's Mitch Miller with a guest appearance by the late. Well, they're both with ROY Campanella, and we're playing that because talk about your grandfather read, and I think this is all I wanted to have you on the show is this, this has to be in your blood baseball? You and I talked about them, but, but talk about him stuff. I don't know. Well, let's see. He was an American League umpire back in the between nineteen twenty three and nineteen forty one. Made his way up through the minor leagues as far as umpires are concerned his first real test in World Series. He was in the nineteen twenty seven World Series with murderers row and pay Ruth. And he knew, you know, Babe Ruth. Ty Cobb, his, my uncle ban. God rest, his soul. He was he was named after Ben Johnson who was the American League president at the time. And was your was your grandfather was from Wisconsin. No, no. He did. He did. He was he, he was a pitcher in the early nineteen hundreds played in Green Bay played in the three I league for wild and went off to World War One. He was grenadier in World War One. So but then he came back. He was wounded run. And as pitching days, we're over. So he decided to become an empire so World Series twenty seven twenty seven thirty three thirty seven and forty one direct. Yeah. And it's red Ormsby but was his birth name Emma, first name was named after your name. So was this always was this going to happen? You're a little kid or you're interested in baseball. Yeah. You know what? Unfortunately, a grandpa passed away a month after I was born at least he, he, he met me, but I don't remember meeting him. So, yeah. It we we grew up playing baseball. Always Grandpa's name was in the background everywhere. We went my mother was so proud of my mother's so funny. She wanted to play baseball, but grant said girls don't play baseball. And you could tell that was the time back, then he must have been something you sent me this article. I don't know when this red orange v tells anecdotes of his major league career you could write like this. I don't know how old is. Ball, the but still with a two remaining hair or speaker in the best manner of the late night. Rodney, so he was gregarious guy after after he got three retired from empire. He was a scout for the White Sox for years. And then he after that he went on the speakers bureau and, you know, speaking agents all over the place. So all over the country, actually, so as far away, as Alaska, which is pretty funny, but he, he, he would tell stories about tie Cobb and, and, and his days, Babe, Ruth, and such so, yeah, so baseball's in your blood paint a picture for the readers. I go to Kane county Cougars game. And I watch you tell me what day is like you're more than a graphic designer did you did you do you've done the logos for the Cougars. A lot of the things that around the ballpark are, are done through my mites myself uniforms programs. You know, obviously the articles that you submit and everything. So but yeah, it's, it's a you know, you get get there in the morning. And if we have a game where there for the game at night, and summers are when you get there. What do you do? When you get there, you say in the morning, how early do you get like say it's a night game about nine thirty ten o'clock in the morning. Yes. Yes. Wow. So. Yeah. And then, you know, I, I do my day job, we promote the ball club and the upcoming events and such. And then when the, the. The stadium starts coming alive around four or five o'clock. You know the game day staff comes in ushers, all parking, attendants and such. So after that, you know, I help out with on field events as much as I can get up and down the stairs. And, and anything else that needs to be handled, you know, we had a, a military appreciation night the other night on June six, and I had eight World War, Two veterans out on the field, which, you know they're all nineties. So we had to drive around from from centerfield and get them out in the field. And it was just amazing. But yeah, those are things that just are part of the day. Yeah, yeah. Now I'm thinking about it. You've had some notable. I like a little trivia, because I didn't. Questions who is shortstop where the rockstar was related? It was it wasn't Rex Rex Rundgren. Yeah. Yeah. His father was taught did he come to all the time? Came to funny, Todd got to the point where he, he did his walk up music really went into a studio somewhere and did a low. Rechsteiner tot Todd. He recorded rock walkup music, correct. Exact. Yeah. Yeah. And he was almost every game. I didn't know that. Yeah. To what's Gretzky there? He Wayne Gretzky there one year he was. He didn't last very long. Yeah. Yeah. I remember that is that that game, I'll tell you, Wayne Gretzky, the one time that I thought to myself, you know, I don't want to be one of those kind of people that just, you know, go up in ask for an autograph, but Wayne Gretzky was one of the guys that, that got me to play hockey because I grew up playing hockey too, and I missed out because he never came back. So I missed out on at least just saying hi to them. You know. So, you know, I got story, I don't like to talk about myself out of show, but since you're here a couple went to Montreal. Then I took a rented a car canam. Oh. And Gretzky son was playing this can't Emily. That's really like again they played the old stadium. And Wayne Gretzky was there for that. And I forgot Gretzky vein but he had a home run in that game. Remember his name either. So talk about some of the events, you've got coming up, and I really want to I'm going to be there Thursday night as anchorman. So talk about anchorman. Well, we've got we're giving away a bobblehead that night Arado burgundy bobblehead that night. So that'll be an interesting crowd that will come through there. Anchorman throughout the first pitcher. We'll Curtis must be busy. Yeah. Maybe we can get you. Yeah. Yeah. That was before. So that's anchorman. Yep. We have ninja turtles nice. This weekend is is going to be pretty pretty busy ninja turtles night on, on Friday and then carnival night on Saturday. With our first concert is going to be American English. Okay. So, yeah, that'll be fun. And it's Eva, give us a website and how people can fed up more. Casey Cougars dot com. The phone number six three zero two three two eight eight one one, I almost gave you my, my cell phone number money. But yeah, we're we're home starting Tuesday going through the the end of the week. It's just beautiful over the years. I sent people out. I mean, both Geneva in Saint Charles, great towns, hang out in. Oh yeah us. I've sent my friends from the city if you can pick a weekend, the first weekend of the year that you can parlay a King County cougar game with the King County flea market. Yeah. It's really it's, it's, it's really a great escape the Chicago. Hey, you mentioned the armed forces. I wanna talk about that a little bit of time. We have left. You're so busy with the ballpark. But you find all this time to volunteer. And I don't that also comes from your grandfather, but the lone survivor foundation navy seals talk about your commitment to the arms. Well, we've. At the ballpark. We have the hometown hero where we are someone most games that we can get somebody to come out and just, and I've met some historic people, and that I made an impact on me. So I started kind of doing some research and trying to figure out a way that I can give back in a way that I know that I can do it the best. I know how so that being graphic design and art..
"ty cobb" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Anyway, you want to? There's no denying the greatness. It's something special to behold. It really really is. Wins above replacement. This dude is ten games above any other anybody else playing his position ten games. This career at age twenty six hundred sixty four point three does better than Ty Cobb Mickey Mantle. You go to the analytic side. Which I really do. You look at outfielders. He's obviously rated number one. This is above Mookie Betts JD Martinez. Aaron judge Ronald Acuna junior from Atlanta. He's a bad boy yellow to Milwaukee being kinda hit. Yeah. He had last year. Harper. Stan Martin would Pittsburgh Benintendi in Boston. Boston's got three guys. In the top ten bets Martinez has been attending. I mean. Trout special moment. Absolutely, positively special great in the locker. Never hear team complain anything about him, which is more that can be saved for the rest of us. I mean, that's what you got going on here. Slice it way. You want to the fact remains that when you look at it. I think the Anaheim angels the Los Angeles agents of Anaheim keeping him. I think it's good for him. I think it's good for the team. I think it's good for baseball. I think it's good for sports. I think it's good for America. At some point in Tom laser gentleman, rather than trying to milk everything out of somebody that you can in an effort to devalue them and their contribution to you. The Anaheim angels. That's what I like to call them though. The Los Angeles angels the angels stepped up and said, we know he's got two years left on his deal. Six years one hundred and forty four and a half million dollars. He's got two years ago. But Bryce Harper evidently got him paid. Because after hearing Bryce Harper speak openly acknowledging he would recruit him then play around to forage and thirty million on the table. We lose this brother. Is actually specialty twelve deserved. Jenny Jenny Forrest Gump journey. You'll our Stephen being ready to how are you?.
"ty cobb" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Drop the politics and fix our immigration system. Once and for all in recent weeks, we've seen a surge of unaccompanied children arrive at the border brought here and to other countries by smugglers, and traffickers the journey is unbelievably dangerous for these kids five years ago. Obama admits we had a crisis at the border. Well, if we had a crisis five years ago, we have a disaster today, we have an ongoing crisis and disaster now in Obama's world. The crisis is not the number of people at the border. The crisis is oh my God. Good. How are we going to help all these people? What are we going to do? How are we going to get them into the country desert children that and he he was trying to parlay the fact that there was a crisis? Into trying to convince people to just drop all this immigration law business, let them in because that's what the Washington establishment. Once they want amnesty. They want open borders. They always have wanted that. But it doesn't matter because for our purposes Obama himself five years ago declared what we have going on the southern border is a crisis. If it was then it's even worse now. Anybody else has any better ideas as to why Trump is reluctant? I look. I know he knows that the law folks, do not do that. And I know he knows he can do it. I imagine he's got not just Republicans and Senate. I imagine he's got some people on his legal team telling him, I wouldn't do business to present presidents like this guy tie Cobb. His first lawyer in the Muller case, Ty Cobb comes out yesterday. This is the most honorable man in America, Robert Muller's, an American he wanted no witch-hunt about this, man. And that's your to lead lawyer when the whole thing began. So I imagine there's all kinds of people. Advising influencing Trump don't do. This don't do this nuclear option. You know, think about nuclear is. Once you go nuclear it sits. That's it. Nothing. There's no coming back from it. Right. That's why they use the word anyway. Take a brief timeout. We will continue with much more and already have a call under our belt that's a major achievement as well. So sit tight folks every corner.
"ty cobb" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The politics and fix our immigration system. Once and for all in recent weeks, we've seen a surge of unaccompanied children arrive at the border brought here and other countries by smugglers, and traffickers the journey is unbelievably dangerous for these kids five years ago. Obama admits we have a crisis at the border. Well, if we had a crisis five years ago, we have a disaster today. We have an ongoing crisis and a disaster now in Obama's world. The crisis is not the number of people at the border. The crisis is all my God. How are we going to help all these people? What are we going to do? How are we going to get them into the country are children that and he he was trying to parlay the fact that there was a crisis? Into trying to convince people to just drop all this immigration law business, and let them in. Because that's what the Washington establishment wants, they want amnesty. They want open borders. They always have wanted that. But it doesn't matter because for purposes Obama himself five years ago declared what we have going on the southern border is a crisis. If it was then it's even worse now. Anybody else has any better ideas as to why Trump is reluctant? I look I know he knows that the law folks, do not, and I know he knows he can do it. I imagine he's got not just Republicans and Senate. I imagine he's got some people on his legal team telling him, I wouldn't do business. The president's like this guy tie Cobb. His first lawyer in the Muller case, Ty Cobb comes out yesterday. This is the most honorable man in America, Robert Muller's, an American he wrote it no which out about this man to lead lawyer when the whole thing began. So I imagine there's all kinds of people. Advising influencing Trump don't do. This don't do this nuclear option. You know, think about nuclear is. Once you go nuclear it sits. That's it. Nothing. There's no coming back from it. Right. That's why they use the word. Anyway, let me take a brief timeout. We will continue with much more and already have a call under our belt that's a major achievement as well. So sit tight folks. Every corner of this run rush. Your name is a household. Name Limbaugh.
"ty cobb" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Drop the politics and fix our immigration system. Once and for all in recent weeks, we've seen a surge of unaccompanied children arrive at the border brought here and to other countries by smugglers, and traffickers the journey is unbelievably dangerous for these kids five years ago. Obama admits we had a crisis at the border. Well, if we had a crisis five years ago, we have a disaster today, we have an ongoing crisis and disaster now in Obama's world. The crisis is not the number of people at the border. The crisis is oh my God. How are we going to help all these people? What are we going to do? How are we going to get them into the country deserves children that and he he was trying to parlay the fact that there was a crisis. Into trying to convince people to just drop immigration law business, let them in. Because that's what the Washington establishment wants, they want amnesty. They want open borders. They always have wanted that. But it doesn't matter because for our purposes Obama himself five years ago declared what we have going on the southern border is a crisis. If it was then it's even worse now. Anybody else has any better ideas as to why Trump is reluctant? I look I know he knows that the law folks do not do. And I know he knows he can do it. I imagine he's got not just Republicans and Senate. I imagine he's got some people on his legal team telling him, I wouldn't do business is like this guy tie Cobb. His first lawyer in the Muller case, Ty Cobb comes out yesterday. This is the most honorable man in America, Robert Muller's an American he wrote it no which out about this, man. And that's your to lead lawyer when the whole thing began. So I imagine there's all kinds of people. Advising influencing Trump don't do. This don't do this nuclear option. You think about nuclear is that once you go nuclear it sits. That's it. Nothing. There's no coming back from it. Right. That's why they use the word. Anyway, let's take a brief timeout. We will continue with much more and already have a call under our belt that's a major achievement as well. So sit tight folks. Every corner.
"ty cobb" Discussed on KGO 810
"To the president's former lawyer, Ty Cobb molars in America Europe, Muller's again. Even though he came from an argument privileged background has backbone of steel he walked into a firefight in Vietnam to pull out one of his injured colleagues and was properly honored for that. I've known him for thirty years as prosecutor and a friend, and I think the I think the world of Bob mar. All right. Here's my question. Eight zero eight zero eight ten is Bob Muller a hero or a villain. The president has attacked him unrelentingly now tie Cobb who was formerly a member of the president's legal team is saying, hey, wait a minute. This guy is an American hero. Cobb went on to say, I don't feel the investigation is a witch hunt. And he hopes that it could be completed in a quicker timeframe, but he acknowledged the pace was not Moore's fault. Now Cobb remember him? He joined the White House months after Muller was appointed special counsel. And there was a lot of questions about him and his view. Particularly when he said, the president was above the law. But he said this I think the world of Bob Muller, very Justice oriented, man. Cobb also offered this prediction, but I really want to know from you is he a hero or a villain. Bob, Muller hero or villain. Cobb offered. His prediction for Moore's much anticipated report on the Russia probe, which as you know, approaching its second anniversary Laura's reported to be close to announcing the completion of the investigation and Cobb suggest while it's conceivable that mowers report would contain new revelations. He predicted is more likely. The report would not what do you think about that will it or won't it? And by the way, what about the southern district of New York, which is also conducting an investigation. Well, let me explain very clearly this. When Ty Cobb said that Moore is highly detailed indictment of three dozen Russian hackers and an eight hundred page sentencing memorandum for former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, he said, there was just no link to the Trump or the campaign. I'll have to ask you, do you think there will be? He said Muller is a hero. I want to know whether you think more is a hero or a villain. I asked the question because I think we need an answer. And there's more there's more as all of you know, because the president feels he's under siege. On the breaking news from the White House is really interesting as you know, Pat Thurston talked about it yesterday. The Democrats are in an high year, they've issued requests for information requests for information. And you are aware I hope you are aware. I hope that when Jerrold Nadler, the New York Democrat who chairs the House Judiciary committee demand of these documents from scores of people related to the president and his business. Well, Nadler put it this way he said this is necessary because Trump has been directly implicated at very a various crimes including some alleged committed well president. So I want to ask you the question. I want to ask you the question. What do you expect from the motor report and make no mistake? In taking this step, Jerry Nadler, and the Democrats are laying the groundwork for a full investigation of Donald Trump, which could which could lead to impeachment. But the real question here is what is the goal of this investigation. And and Jerry Nadler said the goal is to begin to present the case to the American people about obstruction of Justice corruption and the abuse of power. Okay. Is a hero. For making the statement that he made that Muller is an American hero. Do you believe that Bob Mueller is a hero or a villain? And do you believe the savvy smart money in Washington, which predicts now that special counsel molars findings will be a dud? Do you think that's accurate and what if it is? Now, there's a lot of questioning here a lot remember that Muller is investigating and examining Russian electoral interference and any related crimes. He uncovers by contrast, and this is an important. Contrast. Congressional Democrats are focused as per their institutional role on learning as much as they can about Trump's misconduct and abuses of power. And on informing us the American people about them, you tell me I wanna know what you think is Muller a hero or a villain. Do you expect? But there will be real results. And of course, I want also to raise one other question Nadler has said that Donald Trump's decision to grant security clearance. To his son-in-law Jared Kushner over intelligence agency objectives constitutes and abuse of power. Do you believe that to be the case Nadler out of the Trump reimbursement of hush money payments, which we learned of before Michael Collins testimony? But now we've seen the check for thirty five thousand dollars could it constitutes sabotage of a fair election and thus an impeachable offense. All of these questions are being raised four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten what about the firing of James Comey? When Jerry Nadler was asked about that. He cited Trump's firing of Komi is director of the FBI and Trump's pressure on Komi tobacco off is national security adviser Michael Flynn from being investigated four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten and I want to ask you the most fundamental question of all are we in a constitutional crisis. Is that where we're at today? I asked this question because well, there's a lot to talk about on the news, not everything is politics. But I'm telling you that the Democrats have taken a big step to find out what really? The republicans. Well, there are a little bit worried about it. And the White House is now saying today, they might not come forward with all the information that morass, by the way. It's very important to understand that the Democrats Jerry Nadler have not subpoenaed the information they requested the information. Why didn't they subpoena because they want request to go out? See if they're granted. And then if they are not granted, then they can subpoena. I wanna know how you view this, and perhaps I can ask the most critical question of all are we in a constitutional crisis. Or is this just more sound and fury. Signifying nothing. This is an important question for all of us when White House lawyer Tycom, the former White House lawyer says that Miller is an American hero. We know that Donald Trump doesn't believe that. We know we know that the issues that are being raised now by Moore are critical, and and let me point out to you. No, one is questioning no one is questioning the fact that the Democrats have the right to do what they're doing. But is it a witch hunt? Is it a witch hunt, by the way, the former White House attorney, Mr. Cobb also criticized Rudy Giuliani, one of Trump's personal lawyers for allowing Trump's attacks on Mueller and his investigation. And he said. This Tycom in my first nine months out of ten and a half. I was able to prevent the president. I was able to prevent the president from going on the attack against Moore. What do you think about that? And by the way, that goes along with something else that was said. By John Kelly. The former White House chief of staff who said he spent most of his time trying to prevent the president of the United States from breaking the law. I want your comments on this not because not because of any other reason. That it goes to the heart of American democracy. Do you believe that our democracy is threatened? Do you believe that tie? Cobb is right when he calls. Bob, Murray hero. What do you think about the Democrats? And they're moved to liberate information that the president and his friends and family really don't want released, and where will.
"ty cobb" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"For victims in Alabama. Dave, Anthony, Fox News. Search crews we'll be back out of daylight looking for dozens still missing at least twenty three others were killed by a tornado that kind of twenty four mile path of destruction is really heartbreaking and shocking. Trailer completely go. House gone through. Now, they're among those picking through to find really anything recognizable. We've seen cars crashed and overturned, truck, debris everywhere. The Lee county sheriff describing it as if somebody took a giant knife and just scraped the ground as FOX's Aisha Hozni in Lee county disgraceful and abusive. That's what the White House calls the Democrats ramped up investigation into President Trump. It's a political hoax, but this goes beyond the Russia probe. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Democrats are requesting a slew of documents for more than eighty people are group's on a wide range of issues, including the termination of James Comey is head of the FBI the twenty sixteen Trump Tower meeting and payments made by the presence. Former lawyer Michael Cohen democrat Jerry Nadler's chair of the House Judiciary committee. Our goal is to hold the administration accountable for the obstruction of Justice the abuse of power in the corruption among those targeted Don. Donald Trump junior. Paul Manafort, Steve Bannon WikiLeaks and the National Rifle Association, Dave Rachel, Hillary Clinton putting rumors to rest she's not going to run for president twenty twenty out of the crowded democratic race telling news twelve in New York, I'm going to keep speaking out. I'm not going anywhere. I think she's deeply troubled by what's happened after her close election loss to President Trump. It's being called another piece in the puzzle trying to cure aids. A man in London to add the HIV virus? No longer has at the second patient cured by stem cell transplant. The last twelve years..
"ty cobb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"If you'd like today. Nineteen sixty three. This is really weird because on this day in different years. I don't know if Lance mentioned this earlier on this day in different years, the baseball hall of fame and the national football pro football hall of fame both had their first classes who inductees. Nineteen thirty-six January twenty ninth. Major league baseball. The inducted their first class. Including Ty Cobb is charter members Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson. Walter johnson. Now that was there were I think twenty one others who participated between nineteen thirty seven and nineteen thirty nine on this very day in nineteen sixty three the first inductees named for the pro football hall of fame and canton, Ohio included. Sammy Baugh, Harold red Grange? Not too shabby George Halas, Don Houston early Earl curly. Lambeau skews me curly. Lambeau Bronco Nagorski in Jim Thorpe. Baseball. And pro football hall of fame said their first classes on this day. Wasn't just a new baseball hall of fame inductee class announced. It's about this time of year. So anyway, just a unique historical fact because I had to fill about a minute and a half before we break for news, still plenty to come. I got a lot more in the tank to talk about besides the weather, and we'll get to that right after Matt reece's latest report, which is mere moments away now on seven hundred wwl w.
Prime Minister, English Premier League and Us Attorney discussed on
"Bbc news with julie candler the british political consultancy firm cambridge analysts in medicare which has been embroiled in controversy over the handling of facebook uses data is closing with immediate effect cambridge analytic blamed media coverage and said it was starting bankruptcy proceedings britain's data regulator said criminal investigations into the firm's directors would continue one of donald trump's leading lawyers is standing down ty cobb has been the president main legal representative in dealing with robert mueller's investigation into alleged collusion between the trump election campaign and russia antigovernment protests in armenia have been suspended after the governing party indicated it would be willing to back the opposition leader nicole patchy known as the next prime minister during a vote in parliament next week tens of thousands of his supporters have been out on the streets of the capital the islamic state group said it carried out an attack in the libyan capital tripoli which left twelve people dead militants opened fire on staff in the headquarters of the electoral commission in one of the worst attacks in libya for several years the pentagon says a guantanamo bay detainee has been transferred to saudi arabia it's the first movement out of the facility since president trump took office the united states is sending government lawyers and immigration judges to its border with mexico to deal with what's become known as a migrant caravan the us attorney general jeff sessions said the trump administration would not allow the country to be overwhelmed by illegal immigrants in footfall liverpool have reached the final of the champions league following victory over roma in the italian capital the english premier league side lost four two in the second leg of their semifinal but progressed by seven goals to six on aggregate though matriarch.
ty cobb is out and emmet flood is in
"To hire veteran washington lawyer emmett flood who represented bill clinton during his impeachment to replace tie cobb according to the new new york times joining me larry lieber bloomberg news national security editor larry yet another shakeup in the trump legal team does the fact that it's the attorney who handled the impeachment for bill clinton signal anything well the white house isn't confirming the appointment yet but there's been a lot of talk about it as you said the times is reporting it i think it does signal first of all they'd get someone who is clearly an expert on the constitutional prerogatives of president and that would suggest someone who could help him limit or resist the interview with robert muller muller is seeking or to fight the potential subpoenaed appear before a grand jury he represented bill clinton matter he represented president george w bush in congressional inquires including an investigation of firing of seven us attorney so he would be a that sort of player ty cobb who left or is departing they're saying it's a sort of a normal retirement time for him but ty cobb was among those who had urged cooperation with the mueller investigation so we might be seeing a switch the president's tweets and otherwise suggesting that he's digging in and his legal advisors may be prepared to dig in let's listen to tie cobb as he talked about that possible interview with the president is certainly not off the table and people are working hard to make decisions and toward an interview that was from abc's powerhouse powerhouse podcast larry we talked you talked about emmett flood and during kenneth starr's investigation of president bill clinton prosecutors subpoenaed the president for a grand jury testimony and clinton's lawyers i assume emmett flood being among them agreed to let clinton appeared before the grand jury without a subpoena so is he really going to fight that hard when he's been down that path before apparently perjure himself by in regard to is relations with monica lewinsky that went off in a totally different direction which in the end maybe a cautionary you know on on side questions on your candor on where questions like this may lead so i'm not sure what lessons exhibit flood took from that but he is someone who clearly knows the presidential prerogatives and the debate over how to assert them because he he also represented george w bush and george w bush also testified or talk to special counsel so it seems as if perhaps he knows the lay of the land very well so larry explain how what role he's going to have as far as rudy giuliani who just joined the team a couple of weeks ago one of the things dow again assuming that it's good that he's going to sue me he takes tai carb's role technically tie cobb wasn't an unlike giuliani and others wasn't the president's personal attorney he represented the white house and the institution and a lot of that duty involves a responding or sometimes refusing respond to requests for documents and other duties of the office of the president but it's still a key role and so we may see him as a real player we may not see him negotiating directly with robert muller that may be handled by the president's personal attorneys but it's clear about whoever comes into that position and it looks like it will be at flood we'll be playing a very key role in what's what's right it's still a team in some turmoil and still a very small team it does appear as we've discussed that here is an attorney who doesn't who does have constitutional analogy of the issues involved and he's worked for presidents of both parties so he may be defending the principle as he sees it of a president's power more than the individual he certainly wellqualified by any standard that you that you measure an attorney by let's talk about the ratcheting up of the conversation this week about robert muller muller's interview of president trump or proposed interview of president trump and the possibility of a subpoena have you noticed how all of a sudden we've come from negotiating an interview to issuing a subpoena because of various news reports right in the reports though also suggest there's a lot going on here a by the president's attorneys advice visors aides to shape not only the public but his view you know the new york times published a list of questions from from what we understand the personal didn't come from all our has been very close mouthed but secondly it wasn't literally a list produced by muller it was list produced by trump's attorneys summarizing the issues that muller had discussed with them and the fact that came out suggests that maybe they were trying to push the president to some resolution which he digs in doesn't sit down for what could be an interview that would backfire so there's a lot going on behind the scenes and we're left f fortunately or unfortunately we're left to speculate but i sometimes are speculation has been right on the money is certainly yours is thanks so much larry larry lieber bloomberg news national security editor coming up on
Congress to boost opioid treatment, prevention dollars
"Why news time seven seventeen time for news with rick worthington good morning look with republicans warning against it in the attorney for president trump says he's not planning on firing special counsel following rampant speculation that was growing possibility much that played over the weekend bob constantini with updates from washington last night one of president trump's personal attorneys on the russia probe ty cobb felt compelled to issue a statement that the firing of robert muller is not being considered speculation started with a statement of another trump attorney john doubt who in the wake of the firing of andrew mccabe called for an end to the muller investigation and then there were the president's own tweets attacking the muller team as well as mccabe the former deputy director of the fbi mccabe's attorney statement he would not be responding to quote each childish defamatory disgusting false tweet by the president and the president was sometimes critical of mccabe fired just two days before his planned retirement bob costantini washington in other news today president trump rolling out new plans to address the nation's opioid epidemic today in new hampshire a longawaited plan to tackle the opioid crisis puts the focus on law enforcement prevention along with a sizable educational ad campaign and improving the ability to fund treatment through the federal government the white house says for the first time seeking the death penalty against drug traffickers when appropriate which president trump has called for will be part of an official administration plan congress recently appropriated six billion dollars to combat the opioid epidemic and a senior administration official told cnn that trump's plan will lay out how the.