19 Burst results for "Vince Scully"
"vince scully" Discussed on WTOP
"By maximus. Moving people and innovation forward. However, to then raby. All right, and the tributes continuing to pour in for Vince Scully, the Dodgers back home last night for the first time since Scully's passing last Tuesday, plenty of pregame pomp and circumstance at Dodger Stadium and then LA fittingly beat San Diego for the Dodgers 6 straight win. Meanwhile, a great story shared this week by Bob Costas, Costas appearing on the rich eisen show, recalling when he met Scully for the first time 40 years ago during the 1982 World Series. I'm 30 years old that looked like I was 15. And here comes in Scully and I say, excuse me, mister Scully, my name is bob Cobb's been a pleasure to meet you. And he says, I'll be convinced Scully. Oh, bob. Of course, I know who you are. You've done very well. And I'm sure there are great things ahead. Well, at that point, I'm thinking, if I get hit by a bus, I've already led a full life. Great story from Bob Costas and pretty good Vince Scully impersonation there as well from Bob Costas on the rich eisen show elsewhere. The Phillies beat the nationals last night 7 two in Philadelphia rough start for the Nance Josiah gray, Orioles, one zero winners over the pirates, the O's just a game and a half back in the AL wild card race, tennis late night at the city open, but a terrific match in rock creek park Nick kyrios saving 5 match points. He rallied to be D.C. native Frances tiafoe in the quarterfinals. Ben rabi WTO sports
"vince scully" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Vin Scully, thank you. Thank you. Bye. What a great opportunity today, Vince Scully, such a gentleman, and what an American story. A 5th floor walk up in Washington heights way up on Manhattan, father listed four and a half over to Ireland. If I had more time, I would have asked him about the voyage to Ireland and coming back in Manhattan in the depression and the nuns in the left handedness in the break of a lifetime to go to WTO. Well, let's just finish this hour by giving a listening and enjoying once again, the great Finn Scully, 1988, Kurt Gibson limps up to the plate, and he takes his at bat, and he's waiting. Here's the call. High fly ball into right field. She is gone. In a year that has been so improbable, the impossible has happened..
"vince scully" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Is an analyst for ESPN and Jess, what a week to be working as a Dodger broadcaster. You know, the news about Vince Scully. So tell me about that experience. I mean, it was we knew he was sick. But we had no idea that he was that close. So it was the middle of the game. Hear from your producer, you know, Vin Scully is passed in, you know, where the Dodgers broadcast and we're going to be covering this and you know, I immediately started to think of all the memories and just all the things and feeling blessed that I had grown up a Dodger fan and listened to his voice every single day pretty much of my life. At least during baseball season, it was always on, whether it was the radio, the television, and sitting next to Joe Davis, who ultimately was the man to replacement Scully and the way that he was able to weave through that broadcast and, you know, feeling a ton of emotion about it too, and wanting to do it right, but not having any preparation. But in some ways, that can be the best thing because it was very, very raw. And I felt like sometimes that can be the best thing versus something that's super prepared. So was this something that you have been on those with a headset on and the producer talks to you and say, look, here's the news. This is what's coming on. How much from the time that that was said to you to when you actually went on air with it and what were you processing emotionally? Yeah, it was probably, might have been like, so he came on with one out and I forget, and then it was probably within another so that that inning ended, and we went through another half inning. And then in that break, they're like, okay, or we're going to do this. They're going to mount it on social. And then we're going to talk about it. And it was like, oh my gosh. And you know, I felt bad for our truck because they're going through clips, trying to like, you know, covering a game and you're trying to we're in San Francisco, so you're not at home, you don't have all your things, and they're trying to get different sound, they're trying to get photos, trying to weave it in. And then for Joe. Joe got really quiet, and I could tell he was trying to figure out how and what he was going to say. And again, you're also live on television covering the baseball game. So it was so different from anything. I could have imagined, yet, you know, honestly, Joe Davis, the way he handled it. I could not have imagined anyone doing it better. There were stories he told, which was so perfect for Vin Scully in that moment. That I had never heard that Joe just knew having studied and having known and again, like not having prepared, so just the things that came to mind to him. So even in this game, was so well done. He had me emotional to be honest. And it was honestly perfect. Tell me about your interaction with Vince Scully. You know, talk to before earlier in the week about how I was just scared of him because I was just in awe that person is someone who grew up a huge Dodger fan. What about you? What was your interaction with him? Well, it wasn't until, you know, honestly, the interesting part. You know this is, you know, my first game really ultimately was Sunday Night baseball at Dodger Stadium. Covering a Major League Baseball game, just the way that everything had worked out in 2015. And my first realization of so many that day of like, oh my gosh, is this really happening not only am I doing my first major league game, major game is walking into the vin schoolly press box. And I remember very vividly looking up and then walking into that booth and that was my first thought. Was like, oh my gosh, this is where Vince sets. And, you know, he was still currently working. It wasn't until the next year that he retired. But it wasn't, I hadn't met him yet. Obviously he wasn't there that day. There were a couple interactions where we were, you know, I was there on a Saturday and, you know, I was able to meet him. But you know at the end of his career, he didn't come out much. He was getting so many people that were constantly coming through. So my interaction like so many felt like, you know, it was him coming over for dinner every night because his voice was on every dinner. Joining us in the way he would talk to you made it feel like a friend, you know? So it wasn't even my personal interaction. It was more of just the interaction I have had since I was born of listening to him in our home. Yeah, I was gonna say, yeah, I mean, you grew up listening to him and he was a constant presence in your dad when you were little little and your dad was the one I'm assuming who was deciding what was on TV at night was that Dodger game always on? Always. It was always on. And this was even when he was a football coach and we had his tapes running on a separate TV so that he could watch the offensive line and whatever team they were going to play over and over and over again. So we had been on football on the visually watching football O lineman in reverse like over and over again and been Scully on in the backdrop and his voice telling us about that night's Dodger game. I'm guessing, you know, you have such a great relationship with your folks. Tell me about relating all the time, you know, where you got to be around Vince Scully or, you know, you got to meet him or some sort of feedback from him. Your conversations with your dad, because I'm guessing your dad was probably thrilled. Yeah, I think, you know, yes, his biggest thing was always in our relationship. My mom too. I think, you know, as much as my dad was the baseball guy. And this is where vin, and I think for any announcer. And for me, and I think about this, I actually all the women that he reached. In a time when growing up generationally, well before me, you know, men watched baseball and sports and some women did, but then and my mom tells me this and it reminds me all the time about the storytelling. And how she wasn't a baseball fan, but she was a fan of the humans that were playing the game because of Vin Scully. And it's a reminder I've taken with me forever because, you know, as you know, want to reach as many women
"vince scully" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Goosebumps. He thought he would like to call to action of these games one day. I'm a skip down when he was about 22 years old. He was hired by CBS radio affiliate in Washington. He soon joined Hall of Famer, red barber, and Connie Desmond, and a Brooklyn daughter's radio and television boots. And only got 30 seconds, so I'm going to cut this short, but I really wish that I could cram all of the great accomplishments. Many of you guys know who Vince Scully is, but it seems like a really great man. And I really appreciate men like this. Somehow, some way, form a fashion, we need to raise men to be as genuine and as good hearted and
More on the Legacy of Vin Skully
"But until then I want to play a Montage that continues to speak of the legacy of Vince Scully. Hi everybody in a very pleasant opening day. It's goosebump time. Here in Dodger Stadium. Vin Scully was the greatest broadcaster in baseball that there ever was. Maybe the greatest sports broadcaster. There ever was. One strike away. Sandy into his wind up. I've been around a lot of professional athletes and a lot of broadcasters over the years. One guy who I was in awe of has Vince Scully. In a year that has been so improbable, the impossible has happened. There was just something to the tone of Vince voice. That, you know, it was exciting. Behind the back. Here comes 9 in the match winning. Exciting and yet soothing. Perhaps the most beautiful and dramatic moment in the history of sports. Let there be a prayer for every life. And wherever you are, maybe you in silent tribute to camp and I can also say a prayer for his well-being.
"vince scully" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Brandon Tatum, the left ain't seen nothing yet. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to the outside of show. I want to speak about a man who just in a short period of time that I've been researching him is, in my opinion, one of the greatest voices of sports entertainment, one of the great, greatest voices, period. Someone who has a parent integrity, people love him. I can tell you what, when I was growing up, I didn't hear about him because I never watched baseball, but listening to Larry elder and people on the staff who are from Los Angeles, they tell me that Vince Scully was such an incredible man and has an incredible legacy and for those of you who may not know Vince Scully Vin Scully passed away, I believe he passed away last night. And I'm going to read a little bit of information about him and it's just that he was a Hall of Fame broadcaster. Whose voice provided the soundtrack to the summer while entertained, entertaining and informing Dodger fans and in Brooklyn in Los Angeles for 67 years. And he says he died Tuesday night as the team said, he passed away at the age of 94. So I want to play a couple clips just in memorial of Vince Scully and just to show my respect to him and a lot of my listeners that live in California that probably are familiar with him. Also, all around the country, I want to show my respect. So we'll play a couple clips from Vince Scully so you can get the normal little better if you don't already know. Wrote a clip. The only thing that helps me go in 67 years, as I said last night, is the grace of God. Let's face it. And that's out of my hand. The lord has blessed me. He gave me this job at such a youthful age, and allowed me to live and do it 67 years. What am I going to say? Darn it, why didn't I get number 68 or anything like that? No. I am totally at ease, I am so thankful, grateful. I've enjoyed every minute of it, believe me. Every minute. In people say, how would you like to be remembered? And I think I'd like to be remembered as a good, honest man, a good husband, a good father, a good grandfather. I'm not even thinking about sports announcing, no. So I guess I just don't think about it, really. I think really if you had to scrape away everything, I'm a very happy person. And I love people. And the combination, I think, of and I use the word personality, you'll understand what I mean. But when I go on the air, I'm happy. I'm happy having met Marie in the elevator, happy to see James mims at the front door of the press box, seeing all my pals, the writers. I mean, I was not kidding last night when I talked about the warmth that I get when I come here. Well, I missed the games. Well, yeah, but I can turn on the radio or the TV. I could catch a game. The people, that's what I will miss. The people who have just made me feel so much at home. And I think I carry that right out onto the air. I want to tell a little bit about so many people have wished me congratulations on a 67 year career in baseball and they wished me a wonderful retirement with my family. And now all I can do is tell you what I wish for you. May God give you for every storm a rainbow for every tier a smile for every care, a promise and a blessing in each trial for every problem life seems a faithful friend to share for every sigh, a sweet song. And an answer for each prayer. You and I have been friends for a long time. But I know in my heart that I've always needed you more than you've ever needed me. And I'll miss our time together more than I can say. But you know what? There will be a new day and eventually a new year. And when the upcoming winter gives way to spring, rest assured, once again, it will be time for Dodger baseball. So this is Vince Scully, wishing you a very pleasant good afternoon wherever you may be. I want to give some more information about Vince Scully and then I'm going to play another some more clips, but Vince Edward Scully was born November 29th, 1927 in Brooklyn, in The Bronx. He was the son of a milk salesman who died of pneumonia when Scully was 7 years old. His mother moved the family to Brooklyn. Red haired, blue eyed cully grew up playing stick ball in the streets. As a child, Scully would grab a pillow and put it underneath the family's four legged radio and laid his head directly under the speaker to hear whatever college football game was on the air. With the snack of saltine crackers in a glass of milk nearby, the boy was transfixed by the crowds roaring that raised
Vin Scully's Voice Will Live On
"I want to speak about a man who just in a short period of time that I've been researching him is, in my opinion, one of the greatest voices of sports entertainment, one of the great, greatest voices, period. Someone who has a parent integrity, people love him. I can tell you what, when I was growing up, I didn't hear about him because I never watched baseball, but listening to Larry elder and people on the staff who are from Los Angeles, they tell me that Vince Scully was such an incredible man and has an incredible legacy and for those of you who may not know Vince Scully Vin Scully passed away, I believe he passed away last night. And I'm going to read a little bit of information about him and it's just that he was a Hall of Fame broadcaster. Whose voice provided the soundtrack to the summer while entertained, entertaining and informing Dodger fans and in Brooklyn in Los Angeles for 67 years. And he says he died Tuesday night as the team said, he passed away at the age of 94. So I want to play a couple clips just in memorial of Vince Scully and just to show my respect to him and a lot of my listeners that live in California that probably are familiar with him. Also, all around the country, I want to show my respect. So we'll play a couple clips from Vince Scully so you can get the normal little better if you don't already know. Wrote a clip. The only thing that helps me go in 67 years, as I said last night, is the grace of God. Let's face it. And that's out of my hand. The lord has blessed me. He gave me this job at such a youthful age, and allowed me to live and do it 67 years. What am I going to say? Darn it, why didn't I get number 68 or anything like that? No. I am totally at ease, I am so thankful, grateful. I've enjoyed every minute of it, believe me. Every minute.
"vince scully" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"He just kept, he just kept rewinding and rewinding this one particular play. And because he rewound it so much, Vince's voice is in my head. It went something like, there's a line drive up the middle tingling another hit for Gwen. And that just like has just been burned in my head since I was maybe ten or 11 years old, but they'll never will be another Vince Scully. He's the greatest to ever do it and it was definitely a sad day. As he's citing as it was here in San Diego, I'm not going to lie. For me personally, that took a little bit of the air out of the day when we found out that vin had passed away. It absolutely did and here I've only had the luxury of meeting Vin Scully one time. And I will tell you, when I got my major league debut, I was so excited because I was making my major league starting debut in Los Angeles. And I'll tell you both right away. The thing I was looking most forward to, not just having my major league debut in Los Angeles being a kid that went to Santa Monica high school and then UCLA. But more importantly, Vin Scully was about to announce me. And it was so jazzed that I was gonna get in the box, watch it later on like DVR and rewind and listen to my bats because I wanted to find out information about me, but I didn't know about it. But you learn. Yeah. Here's the problem. I picked the worst day humanly possible to make my debut 'cause Vin Scully had a cold that night and Charlie Steiner announced the game. Great announcer himself, but listen, nothing against you, Charlie Steiner, but I wanted Vince Scully to announce my name and tell me something about me being born and born in St. John's hospital at 5 15 a.m.. He weighs exactly 47 and a half kilos or whatever it is. I don't know the metric system. But he would have just been perfect and I would have loved to have had that, but Vince Scully just a legend. I mean, every legendary moment in baseball history has the soundtrack of Vince Scully, the 1988 home run. The 1986 Buckner error behind the bag behind the bag. I mean, he would take a paintbrush to a canvas of a baseball game and make it something different. And something special and he will be missed forever and I will only think of baseball games and only every broadcaster will always be compared to the great Vin Scully no matter what. So let's go ahead and get away from the somber tone and let's talk about yesterday's trade deadline ladies and gentlemen. It was, would you guys say the greatest that has ever happened? Because I'm gonna say it's the greatest that's ever happened. Maybe the biggest trade of our lifetimes Juan Soto to the San Diego Padres, Tony Gwynn junior, I'm assuming you have just been showered with nothing but joy and happiness in San Diego for the past 24 hours. I'm excited for him, but John Heyman, I gotta ask you, how quickly did this come together? AJ pillar gave an interview yesterday saying it was right around the trade dead, not the trade deadline. The all star break, they thought this was a possibility. How did this all come together in such a quick amount of time? I mean, this is not blockbuster. This is biblical. Well, we know AG pro always had its own in one sort of scouring them as an amateur, loved a man, tried to get him. I think at some point kind of pulled back one Montgomery became available and looked at moncada, I think he always had that regret that he didn't continue on with Soto and follow through and sign him. And you know, when you have a regret, you like to try to undo it. And that's why when Kim Rosenthal wrote that story that Soto was now available at the All-Star Game just before the game, I was able to write the Padres are the favorite basically that the Padres are going to go for it and they have a good chance because I knew that prowler wanted him badly and brother let's face it. Don't he know this as well as anybody. He gets what he wants. He was hell back. I mean, the other guys were trying. He was hell bent on this. He was not going to let this go without him being the one to get Soto, particularly with the Dodgers in the mix. But even if it wasn't, even if it was the royals or whomever, AJ prowler was going to make sure that this happened for the San Diego Padres. Well, Tony, we know what happened last year at the trade deadline. In fact, last week on big time baseball, you and I discussed this exact trade. And you and I just completely thought this was going to happen. And it was going to happen for multiple reasons. Not just the AJ preller wanting Juan Soto aspect, but we can not have a Max Scherzer 2021 situation happening again. So you knew AJ preller was going to throw everything possible and looking at the trade that he made, he threw everything possible. Let's be real clear. The Nats got a king's ransom in this. They did. They did. And you can't really talk about this deadline without setting the context of last deadline. And how it went for the Padres. I remember talking to AJ shortly after, who was always pretty low key, but I just got the sense in talking to him that that didn't sit well with him. It not going the way that he wanted to. I think that didn't sit well with him. So that was the context going in. And obviously, it is not often that a generational player, at the age of 23, becomes available. And for the Padres, at least from my perspective, there's clearly a window that they have. Right now. Between now and the next couple of seasons, they got to figure out a way to get as deep as they can. And what better way to do that than bring in one solo independent.
"vince scully" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Not just one of the co hosts. Oh my goodness, we got a three man show ladies and gentlemen, we got Tony Gwynn junior and the great John Heyman all in the same building, well, not technically, but technically, because our voices are all in the same building, we have made it. Guys, welcome to big time baseball. Tony gwyn junior, John haman, Cody decker. We got a lot to discuss, but before we get to the trade deadline, maybe the most epic trade deadline of all time, we have to start on a somber note last night during the Dodgers giants game, it was announced that the legendary, the greatest broadcaster who ever lived, and me being a guy from Los Angeles, he was the voice of my childhood. It was the voice of my father's childhood. In fact, I found out he passed away because my father actually called me in tears. That's how much Vin Scully truly means, not just the Los Angeles community, but the baseball world itself. As much as I want to pretend that I have the right words to say that how much Vince Scully means to me and baseball in general, I'm afraid it would take somebody with the voice wit and tact of Vin Scully to pull it off. And I'm simply am not that. But John, you've been in this game for a long, long time. Tell me what your takeaway about Vince Scully to Major League Baseball. Do you have any stories of Vin Scully and obviously the legacy that he leaves behind? Yeah, I certainly don't know if the voice nor do I have to wear or the tech to do it either. I mean, it just humbles you to even try to discuss the legend of Vince Scully, probably the most famous Dodger of them all. I mean, obviously it's an historic story franchise Jackie Robinson, Sandy Koufax, so many great Dodgers, but I mean, he was the voice of the Dodgers and the face of the Dodgers 67 years broadcasting unbelievable, and I'm with you. He is the greatest baseball broadcaster of all time. Nobody could match him. I think there are probably two arguments you can't have. It's who is the greatest closer of all time, Rivera. Obviously, and it was the greatest baseball broadcaster of all time. Obviously Vin Scully. I don't know how he did it. He had a story or an interesting nugget on everyone who ever came up to bat whoever went to the mound, whoever fielded a ball, it was incredible. I was just a sheer joy to listen to him, and that carried all the way till the end a few years ago, certainly retired. He was amazing even then. I mean, and what a true gentleman. I happen to, I met him a couple of times. The last time I saw him, I was out having a breakfast with Dennis Gilbert, who happened to be his agent and isn't a longtime baseball agent and my daughter was with me who is a baseball fan in his next appointment was with Vince Scully and we ran late. He was on time and we met him and it was just something else. I mean, he is a joy. I mean, he was great to everybody, you know, whether you're a writer or broadcaster, whether you're just a fan and just a terrific gentleman, my daughter was probably about ten years old at the time. Remembers that to this day and talks about Vince Scully like she knows him like he's our friend and just a great guy and an unbelievable broadcaster. And Tony, I mean, what can we say? I'm looking very forward to getting your perspective on this because not only were you a San Diego padre. And of course your father, the great Tony Gwynn, the greatest sandy padre of all time, but you are also a Dodger for a few years as well, so you have maybe the most unique perspective on this than maybe anyone in the world. Yeah, no, he is, he's a gentleman. I think John described it. I think that word describes him to a T he had the ability as you guys have mentioned to tell a story about every player that was on the roster. He had a little nugget about him. And in the broadcast world, you know, there's a saying that you don't ever start a story or a thing with two strikes. It was crazy. It seemed like he could start a story with two with two strikes, two outs, and all of a sudden the inning would lengthen form. He'd finished a story in like almost to a T, like he'd finished his story the last out would be made. He'd be able to send it to commercial. I mean, he just had that kind of magic and having gotten a chance to sit down and talk with him on a couple of occasions, man. It blows my mind that he was around to see the integration of baseball Jackie Robinson. He watched Jackie Robinson and Matt Kemp play in his career. And from beginning to end. And there will never be another rook. I'll share a quick story with you. One of the things everybody knows my pops used to do was watch a video. And so as a kid, I became familiar with every team's Lee voice. And obviously for the Dodgers, it was Vin Scully. And there was there was one there was one night, my dad had like three hits. It was in LA.
"vince scully" Discussed on WTOP
"River, technology decisions aren't black and white. Think rag 6 15 to Dave Johnson. Wow, it was different. One photo is not a right field traded to the Padres, Josh bell, not at first base, also traded the Padres, so and Josh bell's place. It's got a chance that it's gone. Welcome to the big leagues, Joey masses. His first big league hit is his first big league home run. 30 year old joy men SS Dave jaylen Cole, the exclamation mark on that 5 one win over the mets last night, but for nets fans dealing with the deal, Sean Doolittle. I feel terrible for them. Like, you know, after the guys that we've had here that are wearing other uniforms now, I feel are paying a share of their pain. Do you see that's the deal? The exit of trade Turner Max Scherzer last year, a signal Juan Soto was probably going to be next and he was. Next half hour Nats get 6 players from the Padres. Why maybe a good deal? Orioles a two would over the rangers the mystics beat Las Vegas last night. Vince Scully has died at the age of 94, 67 years the voice of the Dodgers and one year one game. When the Brooklyn Dodgers won their only championship in 1955, and I said on the last out Reese's throw over to Hodges, I said, ladies and gentlemen, the Brooklyn Dodgers, other champions of the world, and all winter long people ask me, how could you have been so calm? Well, the truth was, I could not have said another word without breaking down and crying. Next half hour Vin Scully and WTO, Dave Johnson, WTO sports
"vince scully" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Know dicks for you? Yeah. Plenty of drinks for you. You go. Sometimes players do get mad, though. I'm trying to think of stop my head if you mentioned no hitter or something, and like you said, you have to you Remember you were talking Vince Scully before Vin Scully has even explain like Of course, I wanted to say it's a no hitter. I mean, of course. So Yeah. I mean, you know, she's anything like I E remember listening? I listened back to Quantico faxes, no hitters. They had a man in over the radio during the pandemic that Scully was broadcasting. And it was on radio. So in on television again, you could be clever and I'll show you. It. Or, you know, you could give Ah Line scores something or you know there's a way to do it, but some people just come right out and say it. I don't recall I've never done one on radio. On TV. You know, the director producer can concolor you there, But people got to realize that I mean, people are superstitious, obviously, in baseball players, probably more than any sport. But it really has nothing to do with it. So, but something like that last night. I think then the announcers were becoming part of the story is the reason I don't do it. You know, Joe Buck was, you know, setting it up like he's gonna be a jinx here because you know why? Because he's reacting to people on Social media. They're going to react to it. And did they do? They crushed him after Tucker? Mr Field course. It's his fault. Like he had something to do with it. Like just going to hear it. Joe Buck wouldn't have said that. But I know that certain player like baseball players are really superstitious, So I know I'm trying to think I've thought maybe, but I have heard of baseball players like Mad over announcer for mentioning it. Yeah. What you gonna do? Well, they don't mention it like on the dugout bench like Cueto, you gotta know. Don't go in here. It was 100 plants. Don't hit it to me, though. No, right there that night at Dodger Stadium? Yes. No hitter E dono. Do you remember that? It was like, Oh, yeah, Somebody should have told Hunter with a no hitter Now he's lost the ball. It wasn't like he made it. A stage is lost. Now That'd be me. I'm gonna be really hypocritical if I got on underpants about that one because Basically my whole little league career. I was that guy that was bring it up. No, I was just No, I was just like who's the right fielder? Bad news bears the blond headed kid. I'm trying to think of his name. Now somebody hit us up in the text line. But I was just like, Don't hit it to me. Don't hit to me. Oh, well, yeah. You know? Maybe a little better than that. But you know, there's a guy that would just bring up the effective you're throwing a no hitter. I mean, could you imagine you're that around Roger Clemens or some? He probably take it down. Boomer Wells, a boomer, your throat a perfect l right. Cockney wasn't Don Larsen here before the game. I think you're doing what he's doing. Like the decade over right in baseball's extremely superstitious about it, So I know there's protocols that way. Like you just you know, you see pictures all the time when this throwing a no hitter or whatever they just They're off by themselves, and everybody kind of knows, you know, Talk to the guy, But, you know, anyway, now it's just do everything to do with it. So thank you, but they get all the grief. It's ridiculous. Oh, yeah. Airlines. How many kicks the desert line miss last night? What's going on with him? Yeah, no kid. Announcing uses. That must be a Dallas thing because I told you that when Mike Vanderjagt went to went to Dallas when I was there, and he last about three games, and he was horrible, liquored up kicker. Yeah. It was psychological. In fact, I think I told you the story before, but we had We had a weekly show where we'd go on location. And we had Vanderjagt is the guy and he lasted like three games. And so then Tony Roma was the back up to your blood. So And so just out of desperation were like let's do the Tony Roma's show, and Ramo agreed to do it. So we did the Tony Romo's show on location, and it just so happened that he replaced her breeze. Excuse me, Drew Brees, Drew Bledsoe. And then Roma became a rock star. And we had to like I mean, it was at this restaurant that probably had 200 people we get 500. People had to turn people away was the luckiest thing that ever happened to us. We're like we have Tony Rome. Oh, doing a show Weekly liken our show on location. At first we had Vanderjagt, but he sucks so bad. They cut him. We have to find somebody new. So we get the backup quarterback. It ended up all right. I was pretty sure that was the year Mike Vanderjagt. He's still having these numbers you don't actually uses. Justin Tucker is the most accurate kicker in history. The NFL But up until that you you're talking about and Dallas Mike Vanderjagt was hellion. One year in India. Where you miss a single kick. He was 37 for 37. What the year you're talking about? Wasn't that when or maybe it was an Indian a playoff game. You not only missed the kick, he missed the net. Yeah, behind the operates. Remember that? He missed this so badly wide, you know, the huge kicking that they have. The ball won't go into the crowd. He missed that. It's like this guy that liquored up kicker around. Want Peyton got all over one city called Peyton out of them, Peyton? Yes, that are liquored up kicker and Mr Kick or something. I don't remember what he said about Peyton Manning. But yeah, if you're gonna talk about getting a Minneapolis get man. And it was like the nicest guy ever. No son was like, OK, You take shots of me. Yeah. And I was Larry is your paintings, bits on ESPN also funny on those No. That is a great day. Everyone is just so funny. Yeah, various. He is Got to give it to a man is humor works. It's dry. I like him on the golf things. And you know those deals with staff and all that kind of in Phil Mickelson the stuff he's got the best one liners. He's good brother. Maybe funny. Cooper's hilarious too. Yeah, it was really good. Matter flying for that's hard to believe Lam here.
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"vince scully" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"Which is tends to be relatively stable particularly will core infrastructure on buildings industrial estates retail to a lesser extent where you've got long term tenant paying a inflation-linked rent and the public will tend to grow with economic growth generally so not all property investments. There is the same as h others. That would exactly so. I really need to look at. What's so fine. Investing in the investor office trust for example which investing generally mature office buildings leased to quality. Tenants government government's. Yeah a sex listed big companies. That's a relatively stable cash flow and you not really exposed to the values of property to those leases expire in maybe ten years on the other hand investing in stockland which makes most of its money by building has land packages on the fringes of our cities. That's cyclical business. And so that's closer to a real business. Then i relatively passive property investment but the right s a new can do not advocating investing in we work as property investment That's more akin to putting on black ethic seni- but if you can choose a relatively stable investment you can get something that capable of beating inflation in the long term and yet as relatively stable cashflows when bet retail. What are your feelings all retail. Because that's another year and that's a bigger problem in australia. Where up to recently. The biggest component of our real estate index was westfield which gets a lot of its income from turnover related rates. So your favorite shop in your local westfield pays a base rent plus a percentage of its sales so westfield's incan ease heavily dependent on how much it spent in shops and that's very much driven by market cycles and historically australian landlords retail have been able to extract because percentage of retail turnovers than landlords. Anywhere else in the world. And it's debatable. Whether that's sustainable in a move to online retail walk down any mole wearing a more last sunday and it was lucky ghost him. That wouldn't have been the case and other alternative in the property universes the isn't industrial light. How exactly industrial. Because on the opposite side i mean. I'm not sure if this is true. But what i've been told. Is that with the the rise of online shopping is that warehousing. Now exactly yes. So that whole fulfillment exercise so rather than manufacturers shipping eighty percent of their output to dive jones myer then as shipping it to tins of thousands of people via amazon or online shops..
"vince scully" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"Some pay will calculate an index for industrials. They will calculate an index for financials but investing in. It's not that easy. It's useful as a benchmark but to actually certainly in australia. It's harder to do this. More instruments are offshore. That will let you do it. So you want to invest in. Us financials you can find when relatively easily. But the index does give you a benchmark and there's plenty of evidence that would suggest that if you want to invest in healthcare will tech stocks. There are managers that can significantly air perform those indexes. And to me you know we. We started talk a bit about bonds. And he's comes back to my point about although the fund itself may be passive. You're decision to invest in. It is not a passive decision. So if you're going to invest in their six two hundred you'll by definition. I'm putting forty percent of my money in financials if you want to invest in australian bombs the index has a think the duration is about seven years which means that you are taking a seven year view on interest rates by investing in the index of a starting government bonds. Actually you wanna do. It may very well be but just because you invest in australian bonds doesn't mean you should they choose a seven year investment as being the answer to your objectives may very well be the right answer but you gotta now. What it is that you're buying. So what would you be buying bonds. Let's talk about bonds for a little because even though we're talking about shares here you can buy bonds as a share fire. Atf that's right. That's the case is there are a handful of australian fixed so called fixed interest. Which is this is a matter of asset allocation so again that comes back to the original point. About what are you trying to achieve which will give you an asset allocation which will then allow you to choose your instrument from there and bonds is a siphons are usually used in that mix to provide a dampening effect so it's like suspension on your investment car..
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"Drank the koolade where it can board a few properties hugely exposed to the australian housing market. And you've got knicks to know diversification. And also i think people look at the australian market because they're very comfortable with all the names but it doesn't make sense when you think of the other names like facebook and google and microsoft this wrong and every other big nine that you can think of. They are all on the us market. Exactly the the. Us makes up something. Like forty percent of the total global sharemarket and most of those american companies. Make a big chunk of their revenue overseas. So we think. Make up about two percent chance i should. You really be putting hundred money into two percent of the market. Well there are some reasons why we should prefer us. Strategies this is not an a blanket recommendation by overseas yelps. You you no currency risk if your investing strategy. There's some tax benefits in shoes. There's the familiarity context where yeah we'll know who. Hp's we know who whispered keys. We know who national strategy for probably less familiar with who wells fargo is but that familiarity can lead us into a false sense of security. Okay let's move into the fans area You also talking about the misunderstanding between the difference between active and passive funds and use the analogy of bottles versus cans. Yes this is my sound a bit absurd but they questioned. The people often ask these forms. Should i buy passive meaning indexed. Or should i buy active and most people in the far movement will say of course you need pacifists cheaper but the question is i got active or passive. I can walk into a bottle shop and asking the guy behind the counter. Should i buy bottles or cans before. Can't you want to drink or the context. You wanna drink. Heated by way of exploration of. I can take a couple of examples if you want to sit down with a nice wide. You and a sharon's the answer is almost certainly you should be buying a bottle. Gutierrez thousand come in bags but if you're going hiking and you want something to quench your thirst you probably want to be drinking beer and cans are easier to cool and they can be crushed so you can carry them out and they alighted so kansas Certainly the answer few if hockey..
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"Achieve. Are you saving for a deposit on a hand that you're gonna bind three or four years. Are you saving for retirement. Are you saving for financial independence. Where you wanna at thirty and live off. The proceeds are you saving. Fuel keeps high school education. Now all of is with the timeframes and have reached that goalies will have a huge impact on what you should be choosing to invest. So if your kid is in your four now and you want to pay for year seven education. Won't you probably shouldn't be in the stock market. Because i can't choose to start e seven year later just because the markets dan if on the other hand you saving for your home deposit well if the market doesn't tell you why you can always to your purchase for the year two if you're citing retirement post eight sixty will actually the tax benefits of being super might very well at way some of these cost considerations so i will start with the why before you get anywhere near the how or the what the next step is obviously looking at.
"vince scully" Discussed on Shares for Beginners
"He was a senior member of macquarie bank's infrastructure. Team he also founded the kaleva group fan manager productivity adviser and linda which salt amok burress before it became yellow brick road before we started. I just went to ask us to actually go and say you to before bono could sing i did. I am growing up in as you mentioned. I used to spend mine misspend. My saturday afternoons at a place called standalone markets which was in his disused warehouse near the main shopping street in dublin. And they have these bands. I would play for twenty-five paints. I think was the cover charge one afternoon it was is ben called youtube nobody. Nobody was having a bar of them. They were not and bono was not not able to sing and then i saw them about six months later. Political the starts ballroom where they played support to a band called greedy bastards Which was a mixture of thin lizzy. Sex pistols in ultra vauxhall's. Cook steve jones from the sex pistols filling in brian danny from thin lizzy and mature from ultra. Vox and they had a christmas hit that year. Which i think was called greedy. Chris from memory and youtube or the support paint. And that's where the age go. He's niknam it was because he was so shy he used to stay at the side of the stage. Fantastic prehistory sorry. We're talking engine his okay but let's Let's talk about your bugbears. We had a chat beforehand to decide what we're going to talk to that. So there's your bugbears bears now. I'm vince you've identified. The listener is the problem. And i've got all sorts of problems with all this technology with podcasts. In youtube and blogs people in actually talking about money we just never talk about money and now it's becoming so commonplace and people share using forums on the internet and there are hundreds of thousands of people sharing money tips day in day out on on facebook and of course we got podcast like shades for beginnings and one of the most popular movements in that sharing of information is this thing called the fire movement. We've all heard about the fire. Well it's it's a raging fire and forest stands for independence retire early the first bit of. That's pretty hard to argue with that reaching financial independence. Easy gold at almost. Everybody should share the retire. Early bid is the bit that i think causes a bit more controversy. Looking at the whole farm movement there's a couple of variations on it but one of the big things that people talk about his extreme frugality to try and get to extreme early retirement. There's a whole bunch of myths and legends. That get shared maims. Get she at around. That which i think can often lead to poor financial comes drinking your morning. Latter is what's keeping you out of the housing market Well nothing could be further from the truth. Yeah yeah we certainly do. Spend more eating out than our predecessors previous generations. Boy actually spend less eating at home so the total proportion of income we spend on food actually hasn't changed in forty years So your morning. Coffee is not what stopping you buying. That's not smashed. Avocado as okay. Well let's get started on the first of the back bays which is investors who start with the instrument and not the outcome. We should explain what an instrument text as well. Yeah this is the lifting. You quite often see in these forums. People going well. I've got ten thousand dollars to invest. Should i buy vanguard a string. Cheese or vanguard global shifts. Or should. I buy bhp or where..
"vince scully" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Audience, Daniel. So guess what he's with us right now. And congratulations on what is an unbelievable record of 60 years at one station. It's unheard of. I don't know anyone else who even comes close. Well, I think Vince Scully, who did the Los Angeles Dodgers games came close because he and I were inducted into the Hall of Fame at the same time, and so we had the opportunity to talk a great deal about careers, and I think that he may be a little longer than I am. Wow, 60 years, But is this John? Is this really John? Records? Land Decker? Yes, it is. Well, then I have to take time to write down on this sheet of paper, all of the famous people. I've worked with Paul since 1960 because I've got to put you on the list with Bob Garlands and Wally Phillips of Spike Odell and Eddie Shorts and all those other names that I've had the opportunity to know and work with and I've got to say, John. I've enjoyed every minute of it. Oh, thank you, Orient. I'm gonna mention something We had mentioned a couple of weeks ago in the morning for Surat. But, ah few years ago here at W. G. N. I was doing one of my annual visits, and it was it was the holidays and right. O'Ryan read the night before Christmas over music from Judy Barton Pincus accordion and that we write a seasonal presentation, and that is just I don't know. One of the highlights for me anyway, when I tell people that's well, thank you. It was. Well, It was the highlight for me, too. So thanks. Um, do you want to talk about some farm stuff? I couldn't talk about anything because I know everything about everything, John. Oh, well, that's where you're sure so you name it and I know I'll make up an answer. Popcorn farmers? Yes, I saw something yesterday that they were in some sort of having some sort of problems. What exactly can you explain to me and everybody else? What makes a popcorn? Farmer, a popcorn farmer, as opposed to just a regular farmer, well, the variety of corn that he plants because there are varieties of plants that corn That produce popcorn on Ly because we've got several uses for the corn grew up Besides our breakfast cereal, we've also got feed for cattle and hogs. And we have the Ah Now we're doing milks from corn and doing so much that we didn't do when I was a kid on the dairy farm milking cows up in Wisconsin. At the corn plant is interesting. As a matter of fact, with Uncle Bobby. We used to do an annual feature called Corn Porn. Because the corn plant is kind of unusual. It's bisexual. The pollen. The male pollen is in the tassel at the top of the seed corn plant and the area that forms the colonel. The cob. There's halfway down the stock. So the wind has to blow and blow that the male pollen out of the top and it as it falls has got to catch on the cob. And here are the interesting things about the Gorn plant. You probably didn't want this much. But anyway, I'm glad I asked anyway of the unusual thing about the corn plant that it's bisexual. And secondly, on every ear of corn. You will never find an uneven row of colonels. There will be 10 rows. There will be 12 Rose 14 rose, but never An uneven number on the Rose. And of course, that's what the Colonel's are formed, and that's where they go on to become feed for livestock. But I tell you one of my favorite vegetables and I've been having it everyday is corn on the gob. Oh, sweet corn, because because we have done so much work On the breed of plants that we use and the ingredients. We put sweeter genes in the seed corn seed than we do in the livestock, corn seed so That's a little bit of corn born that I used to do for Uncle Bobby. I'm glad I asked the question. And once again, Orient, Thank you so much for your service for 60 years and it's been great. I love the times. I was on the air with you, and I just want to wish you the absolute best. And if you ever feel like, you know, maybe you want to get on again. Just let me know. I'll be fine with me tonight. Col you all, please do you know, because after you stop after you stop a routine after 60 years, you know you're gonna have a lot of free time. So who know right Or you know what kind of trouble I could cause. Thank you, O'Ryan. Thank you very, very much. Thank you. O'Ryan Sanderson. It's his day here. A TTE 7 20 w g N 5 15. Let's check the traffic.
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"Like that my moment. Like that was when I was doing morning drive in New York, New York, and there were the New York radio awards, and I was one of three nominees for best New York City morning show along with Scott, Shannon. Who I think is on in there forever whose legend in the business and Howard Stern. And I was like oh my God. Even to be mentioned with Howard Stern was crazy. Oh, yeah. Well, I've told you this story, and I've told it on the air. I probably told it in a while. But the southern California sports broadcaster awards one year where giving out a series of different awards, right? And this particular year, they got everybody who is nominated to show. Yep. I so everybody was nominated within the room, and they give out an award and the it's for best play by play guy. Right. All right. And the awards were two guys in Vince gully, and they think Vince Kelly wins. Yeah. And Vince Scully gets up on the podium and people are standing ovation gives him eggs. And if than speak, the even better than that. Okay, gets up and and waits for me to sit down. And goes he goes, I am humbled. And I think what I should do is tell you about my process, and he says every year when I get the ballot for the southern California sports caster awards, I look at all of the fabulous names that are on this list. Yeah. And then I vote for myself. Any any walked and he walks off the whole room is. And then Tommy Hawkins still have time. He goes he's seen thing. He goes. All right next to ward is you know, whatever. And the winner is John Ireland, and I get up and the award. I can't remember these rooms still like buzzing right because winners John Ireland, and I you know. Yep. Golf clap. I get up there. I look around the room, and I go if you think I'm gonna try and follow that crazy and I sat down right, right? That's so that would had you one with Howard Stern for that. Can you probably had to do what? I know. Yeah. Yeah. No. That's ridiculous. I was. I wanted to shout this out Kevin being who've been doing mornings I saw this yesterday. Hey, rock for thirty years being announced that he's leaving the show and moving to the UK. He was that's where he was born. Yeah. And, but yeah, it's going to be he's been doing the show remotely for while our friend Allie the show from New Orleans now and Seattle is gonna place. Yeah. Our ks on that show, and the show's gonna continue. Yup. Kevin's going to keep doing it. He's going to do it with they're going to have a casting. But that I think makes us. Yes. The longest running radio talk show in southern California. We they were I in. I think we're second in boy. There are Brian. I went away Kevin being given birth to think about it. Matt money Smith came out of that Adam Corolla came out of their robbing came out of that aim outage. They have a they have a coaching tree. That is unbelievable. It really are coaching. Tree is d-. Swing eleven fifty who's. Guests at the NFL network. Yeah. That's it. Well, under MandA, we got her the AP Jeb here. Yeah. Draw? Yeah. That's on our train off. Lakers, raw ain't a lot of ways. We have the Phil Jackson coaching tree. None of the people. We've ever mentor can get a head coach. Yes. Okay. You barry..