22 Burst results for "Yankee Organization"
Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"yankee organization" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"To DJ le mayhew, I don't know that this Julie could be considered a bounce back season for him. He was so good before the all star break last year, and then the toe started giving him trouble. This is where the silver lining of the Yankees infield glut comes into play because they got a lot of infielders, but they got DJ le mayhew, who, you know, you don't know if that toe, which never had surgery this off season will hold up through a full year. So maybe you need those extra guys. Maybe you need to watch DJ lemieux he was workload and play him only 5 games a week, and you need those extra bodies. I don't know. You're talking about how athleticism is going to be more important than ever for middle infielders, particularly second baseman with the shift restrictions, while if he's out there running on a bum toe, you're going to drive him into the ground earlier than he did last year. So, you know, I think that the skills are there for DJ. It's just about whether his toe is going to hold up and whether the Yankees can keep him upright. So man, it's tough to say on both Donaldson and DJ but I would think the outlook is better for DJ. And at catcher trevino really sees that job became an all star gold Glover. He led the league in framing according to fan crafts. There is still a lot of hope out there for Kyle higashioka bat and he did seem to underperform some of his peripherals last year. He's got good strike zone judgment. So do you expect that trevino will still get the bulk of the playing time there? Absolutely. The Yankees love him behind the plate. They love him from a strike stealing standpoint. They're really gonna even more appreciate his throws over the first base. The staff throws. Because he'll give either more opportunities to pick off runners at first base. But also low key, he'll throw it over the first base just to give the pitcher maybe a breath or two between pitches, knowing that the pitch clock is putting him up against it and, you know, kind of have him against the ropes. So I think it'll be trevino. I think that Kyle higashioka, I know that Kyle believes that he figured something out in his swing, late last season, in August. Kind of made himself a little bit more contact oriented. And if you go back and look at his numbers, like I think he hit two 80, the rest of the last 30 games that he played in. So that's an improvement. And Kyle is such a smart guy. He really will figure it out, you think. But I think that trevino is the kind of unquestioned starter with Kyle there as a really high quality backup on the cusp of challenging him for playing time. Yeah, it's interesting you mentioned the back picks. Noah Woodward in his substack, the event scout wrote the other day about how sometimes there's a tradeoff if you're a catcher, lots of catchers have gone to the one knee set up now in part because it does help you frame low pitches and so trevino does that too. Often it can be kind of an either or that can make it tough to get up and throw and do a back pick quickly. But if you don't do that, you're surrendering sometimes you have to make a kind of calculus because on a pitch when you try it back pick, you don't get the chance to frame and also if you're down on one knee, it might be tough to do the back pick. You end up potentially losing strikes on those pitches, even if they're fairly close. So there's kind of an interesting cat and mouse calculus that catchers have to make. Yeah, they're in. There is. But Rizzo and trevino last year are super on the same page with that. They coordinate themselves and I'm sure that a lot of catchers do this. But they coordinate themselves on when that snap throws in a comfrey pitch. And I'm sure the picture is in on that to an extent too. So I think that there is some coordination there and when you are giving a bit of that strike zone control, a bit of that pitch framing superiority, when you're giving it away, you know it's what the possibility of grabbing someone gets at first base. I think trevino far and away had the most back picks last year. I think it was something silly. Like, I think he outpaced the field almost by double. So I don't know whether Yankees Twitter is representative of Yankees fandom in real life. But certainly seemed that Yankees Twitter was not thrilled about both Aaron Boone and Brian cashman being back, although given their longevity and given how operates it was not a huge surprise given that the Yankees all told had a fairly successful season despite the strange trajectory of it. So do those guys just kind of have unlimited leashes like is there anything that could jeopardize them? Obviously Brian cashman came back after his contract ran out. So is there anything they actually could do to jeopardize their jobs and should Yankees feds be happier to have them than they are? I mean, I think that Brian cashman is by far more safe than Aaron Boone is and I think that goes without saying. Just one from UC how long he's been in the job and how long he's been in the Yankees organization, really he goes back to I think a year before I was born in 86 and I think he's been in the organization for that long.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"yankee organization" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Either Correa or dansby Swanson. I'm going to do everything I can because it doesn't make sense to sign a Jameson in his late 20s, early 30s and not improve the defense behind him, not improve the position players behind him. Yeah, and the cubs are a big market team, they've spent in the past, they haven't spent in recent years like they could. They have money to spend. We're seeing there's ton of money in this game right now, get your superstar shortstop. You're in one of the weakest divisions in the sport. Look, the cubs could turn it around in one year if they make the right moves, you know, and one of those moves is signing Swanson or Correa. Yeah. Boy, it's fun. When you get players like this and yeah, it's interesting. I know that one of the conversations judge is going to be asked at the press conference when he does that with the Yankees. I assume in Yankee Stadium after the winter meetings, but judge will be asked about being captain and I got to say that's one of those things that always makes me scratch my head because there isn't really any practical power for someone who's named a captain of a baseball team, but in the Yankees organization, it apparently is a position of great honor. Yes? Yeah, look, it makes sense. Yeah, what is a baseball captain do? You're not giving these inspired speeches like a football captain might do, but you're not even meeting with the whole plate umpire, right? Right. Exactly, right? Before the game, there's no coin flip, you know, but it's an official passing of the torch, right? From what Thurman Munson, the Derek Jeter, the Aaron judge, you know, to Yankees fans and to this organization that means something, even if it's really just symbolic and it's their way of saying, you're our guy for the next ten years and we hope to put, you know, we hope to build that monument out there someday. All right, Dave. Thanks for jumping on short term. I'm sure you were scrambling as I was this morning and so you answer a phone call and that's greatly appreciated. Well, let's have more fun the next two days. Jumping into the numbers. This is himbo knows on baseball tonight. Paul and McKinney
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AP sources: Yanks' Balkovec to be first female MiLB manager
"The the Associated Associated Press Press has has learned learned that that the the New New York York Yankees Yankees are are promoting promoting Rachel Rachel ball ball Quebec Quebec to to managed managed a a low low eight eight Tampa Tampa tarpons tarpons that that would would make make her her the the first first female female to to skipper skipper at at team team affiliated affiliated with with Major Major League League Baseball Baseball two two people people familiar familiar with with the the move move spoke spoke to to the the AP AP Sunday Sunday night night on on condition condition of of anonymity anonymity because because the the club club has has not not announced announced the the promotion promotion the the thirty thirty four four year year old old joined joined the the Yankees Yankees organization organization as as a a hitting hitting coach coach in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen making making her her the the first first woman woman with with that that job job full full time time in in affiliated affiliated baseball baseball actually actually after after
Boomer & Gio
"yankee organization" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"And along the way in the eighth inning. This happened we talked about. This already. mentioned old tony. Larussa does not like you're throwing up in abreu has dealt with this. All year was hit in game three as well. Although i don't think there's anything behind that either now. This is an interesting one. So i went back and watched the entire at bat larussa. Tony basically says this was done on purpose. And he wants the astros owner intentional dug up so that they intentionally and it'd be really curious i should have the guts stood admit that they did it now. Blessed baker would say fake news sad. No i mean. There's i mean there's no intent and there was no reason to two hundred one the at-bat it's weird because he he goes oh to autumn immediately then throws a really wicked slider that he laid off on then he comes up and in missed it then. He's you know high end up. Just miss strike three. If he was trying to hit him it took like pitch eighth. He actually there is. I was gonna dispute there. There was a reason to hate them because it was seventy one. The astros are pissed off about whether the white sox said about him. He's going to be salt on the wound. But you tell me about the arrest of the. There was one other pitch up in but not like that. The problem is that hit him like square. Yeah so it does look bad. I don't know and then you had this report where the yankees are leaning towards retaining aaron. Boone yeah i know i hate that report. No i'm i'm with you on his in the reason why it's a past seven thirty and add really said anything about it yet is because that doesn't mean anything antilles brought back couldn't agree with you more these damn baseball reporters with the could be. Maybe thinking i don't know familiar. It's like i wa- who the hell knows. I mean there could be somebody who in the yankees organization wants. Aaron boone back. That would leak that story to be somebody else. In the yankees organization want back might have more power than a person to leak to store and then all of a sudden he's fired were saying. Wait a second. I thought that they were leaning to bring them back. And then someone else with sources say the padres are waiting to see what the yankees do who knows. This is why you need to make swift decisions on these things. And i know that you don't wanna be hasty and do the wrong thing. What the longer that it sits out there the messier. It gets agreed. He's under contract with the end of the world series The nfl players association. Planning to request that the nfl released the remainder of the count them. Six hundred and fifty thousand emails reviewed as part of the investigation into workplace misconduct with the washington football team. There was some reaction not a lot but there was some reaction. Yesterday was tuesday's not all the teams spoke mike. Tomlin though who was an assistant groomers and tampa right yeah. He was defensive coordinator. No yeah no. He was coach. He has secondary coach. i believe all he did. React to the news. I'm disad by sad for the raiders organization Sad and for the people that were offended by them sadden because it's is sad commentary and that's really. The only opinion shared this juncture. That was mike tomlin yesterday. Meantime cardinals linebacker chandler jones tested positive for cova nineteen. He is vaccinated so he can return after a couple of negative tests. You got the nixon pistons tonight in preseason action and opening night for the rangers. They skate in washington one. Quick one from gerard gallant. Because one of the storylines going in is what happens with tom. Wilson first time they're seeing them since That messy night stuff and stuff happens. But i don't think it's got anything to do with the license of you know we're not planning on going out there and say to get a chance to win over time. Welcome i'm over. That's not going to be objective nor although the fans i'm sure wouldn't mind seeing that The season did begin last night. However with two games you have the double header with the penguins beating lightning sixty two and it's just gonna. It just sounds weird and the cracking losing to the golden knights four three. Didn't they see him. Just a couple of days later. Tom wilson they they the next game. They were all five guys. Drop the gloves forgotten. They're going after him everything. This goes back way that the rangers ended the their last ten games of the season. You know they came through buffalo new jersey wiping those teams out. Those teams terrible towards the end of the season and everybody thought okay there on the track for the playoffs and then they ran into the islanders. That's where mattie martin ran over. Jacob missed the rest of the year and then came the flyer debacle then came the islanders again beating twice and then the rag doll pinero by wilson. And that's why everybody got fire. The coach prior the gm got fired. The president got fired. I as i understand it that there was probably some internal strife between the coach and the gm. The coach probably felt like he needed tougher pliers. The gm felt like he was playing the knows. I just wanted to remember it correctly that they did have another crack in a man forgot about may drop the gloves. So they don't like -ccomplish anything so what you have to do. Is you have to go out and get legitimate. Physical type players to kind of changed the way that your team plays. Nobody is disputing the beauty. Which some of our players play with. I mean there are some high end. See the ice players that can shoot and can pass with the best of them in the league. But you also have to have players on your team. Like zeke is like lauterbach like martin that are going to take it out on the other teams best players and i'm going to make those guys uncomfortable. 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The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"yankee organization" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Pinstripe. Show with your host. Rotundi and scott ryan. Let's go what's up everybody. Welcome to the bronx pinstripe show. We're about. I don't know we spent a week almost right just six days. The yankees got their butts. Kicked at fenway park and their season ended and we have heard crickets absolute silence. Nada zippo from the yankees organization. Normally we get that season ending. Press conference where brian cashman and aaron boone. Tell us how close this team is there. Just one bounce away and then they they were going to be world series champions. That hasn't happened yet. that could did. It happen the week after they lost last year Rich i saw tweeted out Rece- kauffman said. It happened five days after last year and obviously that they let it breathe this this because they ended on tuesday. I thought maybe we'd get it friday. And when you do it on friday you kind of berry anything right like because that's like pr wanna one especially from the yankees organization if it's going to be bad news and bads and you're going to be feeling bad questions. Try and minimize the press conference as much as possible. So you do it on a on a friday before a long weekend because monday's a holiday for for many people in their jobs and they got the nfl and everything like that and the mlb playoffs. Like i thought they just like slip it in at four o'clock on friday afternoon and then she's like gets buried in all the other crap we haven't had it. It depends on what you deem as bad news. Well this is the thing wanting to be buried. That's the thing is. I don't know which way they're rain on the bad news front so people are people are as bad news if he comes back or is that bad news in there is if we get an you know a job. So here's they're they're obviously taking their time. Because i think they are making their discussing internally. I think if you're going to bring back aaron boone and you can't do that press conference until you absolutely know who if aaron boone is coming back next year right because that's the first question that gets asked is aaron boone under manager in two thousand twenty two. You can't say we're still deciding. You can't do the press conference if you don't have an answer. No i agree with that. So they answer either by no and if it's no okay then they're gonna go through the hiring process. You don't have to know who the manager is if it's no but it needs to yes or no it can't be up in the air if this is still up in the air and this is something that they don't know which way they're going i i again throw my Just throw my my my puzzled hat on my puzzled face on because you should know which direction you're going at this point whether it's this was not good enough or this was good enough. Let's keep going. You should know that by now. It is what it is. There's not a lot of decision making that goes into what the situation currently is. I mean i i. Don't you either have convictions. One way or the other. What if there's no middle ground here. What if brian cashman is trying to talk. Hal steinbrenner into keeping the current staff in place. And that he's trying to tell them that we're still on the right. Course this ship sailing in the right direction we had. We just had an unlucky year. What have cashman is trying to convince hal of that throwing my mouth a little bit the look they did have some unlucky parts of the. There's no doubt about it but at the same time if you have not had this discussion throughout the year throughout this entire the course of the season if this discussion was not a fluid wants something that was happening then. You're not doing your job and how doesn't have control or the you know. He's not pulling the trigger one way or another. That's the problem here. One of the one of the biggest problems that we've talked about all year long is accountability and it comes from the very top and with the lack of accountability. Usually comes the lack of decision making and actually going forth with something that you believe in to set the course in one way or another. They've been digging around in the middle this that the team is unlucky. The team is getting better. The talent is there. We don't know they're making a major adjustment at the trade deadline. Which way are you going. Which way are you going. And how unfortunately just doesn't to have the initiative the moxie the bulls to come out and say that this is a problem and we need to change course or he doesn't believe it which is a bigger problem. I just don't think he treats the yankees like we want him to treat the yankees because his dad. George treat it like any fan who we talked to would treat it. Where i'm going to do anything i can to win every year. That's the number one. And that is the only priority health priorities. Yeah winning is is on the list but also running a good organization that makes money every year is on the list. I roy is. This is a big reason because if it okay if you have a team that is a good place in that i have the fans the business will work. The business will operate well. It's the new york yankees. You don't have to do that much to get into a good place. You can actually just change a little bit. And i believe that they will actually create a better product. That is what's happening because the public perception of the product right now is bad and when the public perception of the product is bad. And you're the new york ke's you're just of resting on your laurels. You're resting on the fact that you're the new york yankees if you actually made some tweaks and showed that you're within the century and and you understand the game of baseball today and you're trying to quote close the gap on the rest of the league early. Then maybe then maybe your business model and your business will thrive even more even more. It's never going to be banned. The yankee to play devil's advocate. What is hal is looking at it. Saying we came off two thousand nineteen where we were. We were the second best regular season team and then we lost in the american league championship series possibly to a team that was cheating and then we went out and signed the best free agent on the market. Twenty twenty is a throw out year because it was the kovic shortened season and then twenty twenty one. We just got. We've got a little unlucky. He put it on the players in june of this year. Now maybe he's changed his opinion in the last three months with how the season actually played out in specifically how ended..
GSMC Baseball Podcast
"yankee organization" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"He's blown three saves walking six batters and allowing seven earned runts during the last two weeks of july. He did retire. Three of the four batters he faced to nail down save against the phillies in his most recent appearance. So hopefully the blue jays are feeling like he's in a nice head space and we'll be back to his old self is he's a three time all star. He joins a blue jays bullpen. That has been crushed by injuries. I mean kirby. H julian meriwether david phelps j. cole call edwards junior tyler chat would anthony. Castro are all currently on the injured list so again the blue jays needed help at the back end of the bullpen. And ultimately they find it in brad hand is they're trying to stabilize the back into the row on the back end of the bullpen. With all the injuries taking place now again the nationalists they got catcher riley adams he made his debut major league debut earlier. This season. he did struggle at the big league level. Going three for twenty eight with twelve strikeouts before being sent back down to aaa where he's had an eight fifty eight. Oh p s in thirty five games this year. Major league baseball ranked him as the seventeenth ranked prospect for toronto. So toronto gets themselves a former all star closer for their seventeenth ranked prospect and. I think that's a nice deal for the blue jays as they now have a lefty to face some other additions that we've seen in the american league east. One of these editions is next on our list. The new york yankees acquired outfielder. Joey gallo left-handed pitcher jolie. Rodriguez and cash from the rangers. for second. Baseman ezekiel durand shortstop. Josh smith utility player. Trevor haver and right handed pitcher glen oto auto go back to the rangers for joey gallo. Who was the biggest edition for the yankees at the trade deadline. The yankees did make other moves. Joey gallo has to be one of the biggest names being talked about out there. The anxious bolster their underperforming but still power late in lineup. With joey gallo he will be just the second left. Handed bat in the time yankees lineup. Joining door gallo leads. His new team in home runs said twenty-five rbi's with fifty five and runs scored with fifty seven. He's also tops in all of baseball with seventy four walks through july twenty eighth now gallows outfield defense. Particularly his arm. Strength has been just as impressive. He's got nine outfield assists this year. He's been excellent out there in the outfield winning a gold glove award for the rangers previously. Now who else did the yankees get. Rodriguez left-handed pitcher jolie rodriguez. He has thirty strikeouts in twenty seven and two thirds innings here in twenty twenty one so he's another left-hander joining the righty heavy pitching staff for new york so they added to pieces that are going to contribute at the big league level. The rangers massive return includes a number of top. Thirty prospects from the yankees. The twenty three year old. Josh smith is the fourteenth best prospect was the fourteenth best prospect in the yankees organization. Twenty two year old duran was number. Fifteen twenty two year old haver was number twenty three and twenty five year year. Old otto was number twenty eight so all of those guys are in the top thirty so the rangers are able to add four top thirty prospects ultimately for joey gallo and scallop go into new york. Man what an outfield. What just a physically imposing. Outfield between aaron judge giancarlo stanton and joey gallo. Those are three massive human beings now in the outfield in new york. The white sox they acquired handed pitcher ryan to pair up from the cubs for left handed pitcher bailey horn so both teams in chicago. Make a deal. As to pair up goes to the white sox the right handed bullpen. Peace will be a helpful run for their stretch. Run in the postseason. He's got a to nine one with fifty strikeouts in forty three innings so far this season. So he's going to help out that bullpen there on the south side and then going back to the cubs is left handed pitcher bailey horn player that was selected in the fifth round of the two thousand twenty draft out of all. Burt hornets struggled since being promoted to high a earlier this season. He's got a thirteen point zero nine. Era during his time at high as got eleven walks in eleven innings as location has been tough for fi- had tough for him to find that the single level he was the white sox number twenty third ranked prospect according to major league baseball so a nice baseball trade there by the teams located in chicago. Next step we got the mariners. They continued to make moves. A lot of people within the organization were unhappy when they traded grave men to the houston astros but they acquired relief pitcher diego castio from the tampa bay race. They got him for right handed pitcher. Jt goes and third baseman. Austin shelton so two days after trading grave men they get up new potential closer there and castio the hard-throwing right hander. As picked up fourteen of his twenty six career saves with the raise this season. He's got a two point. Seven to forty nine strikeouts in thirty six innings so very nice bullpen piece coming back there to the mariners says they continue to revamp that bullpen by trading out grave and now a adding let's seek. Sto now going back to the race. Jt char goes. He's got a three point zero zero. Era across thirty one relief appearances for seattle. This season he added most recent streak of eight. Consecutive scoreless appearances. Recently snapped but ultimately haven't himself a nice year and then shenton was the seventeenth ranked prospect in the mariners organization so the raise atta bullpen piece as well as a top prospect as they continue to filter their system for needs both today as well as the future. Moving forward the dodgers. They acquired left-handed pitcher danny duffy and cash considerations from the royals for a player to be named later. So danny duffy. One of the remaining kansas city royals was part of that world series team. He also famously tweeted. Bury me a royal. Few years back. He had ten in five rights by spending his career in kansas city. Which allowed him to veto. Any trade but the california native waived those rights in order to join the l. a. dodgers. The dodgers made this trait of course knowing that they won't see duffy for some time as he isn't expected back until august as he recovers from a left flex or strain but he he would certainly feel a need that they have in the rotation as well as they have the bigger picture of october in mind. So they're able to wait for him to come back in august here as the dodgers. Continue to make moves the yankees. They made another deal on the twenty ninth. Another huge deal. They acquired first baseman. Anthony rizzo cubbies right handed. Pitcher alexander viscaya. No an outfielder kevin. Atkin tara go back to chicago in the deal so on the same day that the yankees add joey gallo. They took that one step. Further and acquired anthony rizzo. I thought it was going to be one or the other but the yankees certainly surprised a bit by adding both of these big lefthanded power guys to their lineup so the yankees their biggest rival the red sox were heavily ranked to rizzo so the yankees swooped in and had to send off more top prospects in the deal right. This guy is where the ninth and twelfth ranked prospects in the yankees organization. Chicago is also paying the remainder of rizzo's 2021 salary this is to help the yankees stay under the luxury tax threshold. It allows them to continue..
Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
Why Did the Yankees Organization Choose the J&J Vaccine?
"Some reason. The yankees organization decided to sign off on everybody. Getting the johnson and johnson cove in nineteen vaccine. Which is great. Getting vaccinated is probably the smarter idea at this juncture. But the johnson and johnson vaccine only has a sixty six percent efficacy rate against defending the virus. The good news about the johnson johnson vaccine is at is more effective in the trial periods against the The other kobe strains or the variants. I should say. But why would they not be getting the pfizer and madonna which is like ninety six ninety eight efficacy rate because even though both vaccines are preventing the hospitalizations if people do get infected with kobe any covert outbreak at the professional sports level is a problem. Because they have to shutdown operations or people have to go on the cova i l even if they're vaccinated even if they're symptomatic so Another genius decision by the yankees
AP 24 Hour News
Yankees Game Postponed After Positive Coronavirus Tests
"League Baseball says because of positive coronavirus tests within the New York Yankees organization, tonight's game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium has been postponed.
AP 24 Hour News
Yankees-Red Sox Game Postponed After Yankees Test Positive for Covid
"League Baseball says Because of positive coronavirus tests within the New York Yankees organization, tonight's game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium has been postponed.
KOA 850 AM
"yankee organization" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A virtual L. A county briefing. Everything is on the table. You know if things continue to get worse, which is why we want to take action now, given that we're at this level of substantial transmission more than 1000 new cases of Covid have been recorded each day for the past week in L. A county also Today. The Yankees Red Sox game set for tonight has to be postponed after several positive covid cases popped up within the Yankees organization. The Yankees say 85% of the team is vaccinated. Drug overdose Deaths in 2020 were up 30% during the pandemic. 93,000 people in America died from overdoses, rods laced with the powerful opioid fentanyl cause many of the deaths Bill Snyder with the drug rehab center. NorthPoint, Colorado, says drug user May be unaware that fentanyl has been mixed in with the substances they're using, and it really is a roll of the date. When you're using those jobs as to whether or not you can overdose and or die from that you, Snyder says The Covid pandemic caused a spike in drug use as people tried to cope with loneliness, anxiety and economic hardships. Jury Bell Caylee News radio, a big airline union, writing to the FAA that one airline is threatening to fire workers who refused overtime or call in sick without a doctor. His notes. The Transport Workers Union says its members are being pushed to maintain safety and security without the proper number of people to do the job on Wall Street, the Dow added. 53 NASDAQ Lost 102 S and P 500 down 14 in.
News Talk 1130 WISN
"yankee organization" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Those interested must apply online by Tuesday. I'm Mark Mayfield. A recall of spray sunscreens. Johnson and Johnson says cancer causing benzene has been found in samples of most of its Neutrogena and Aveeno brands. And Coca Cola is changing Coke zero again the third version since the first one in 2000 and five The company says the new formula gets it closer to tasting like the original soda but with zero sugar and calories, and it's changing the packaging from black with red accents to red with black accents. Consumer and business News. Joe McConnell, NBC news radio. This is the I heart radio sports report. The baseball game between the Yankees and Red Sox, set to kick off the second half of the major league baseball season has been postponed due to positive covid test within the Yankees organization. The Yankees have three positive tests for Covid 19, with three tests still pending, according to general manager Brian Cashman. This is just the eighth game postponed due to Covid this year and the first one since April. 19th In the NFL, the Carolina Panthers and offensive tackle Taylor Moat and agreed to a mammoth four year $72 million extension that includes $43 million guaranteed at signing, According to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The blockbuster deal beat today's four P.m. Eastern deadline for franchise players to sign extensions. And staying in the NFL. Tom Brady's incredible first season with the Bucks apparently was done with the full M CL tear, an injury which he had corrected via surgery. This offseason. Until now, we didn't know the full.
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"The president is meeting today with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the White House. Organizers say an Olympic athlete and a staffer linked to the Tokyo Games tested positive for the coronavirus after arriving in Japan. There are now 26 infections of game participants and workers in Tokyo since the beginning of the month, Major league Baseball says Because of positive coronavirus tests within the New York Yankees organization, tonight's game between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium has been postponed. Surgeon general Vivek Morty wants to see an end to the spread of misinformation about the virus and vaccines. There is disinformation that is coming from bad actors. But it's also important to point out is that much of the misinformation that is circulating online is often coming from individuals. Who don't have bad intentions, but who are unintentionally sharing information that they think might be helpful, Morty says. Misinformation is costing lives. There is a search going on for two people on a rafting trip who were swept away into the frigid Colorado River following a flash flood in the Grand Canyon. It Speiser and two of its subsidiaries have agreed to pay $345 million. Under a proposed settlement to resolve litigation over EpiPen price hikes in 2000 and seven an EpiPen package cost about $100 Today, $650 stocks finished mixed The Dow up 53 points. This is a P news A federal appeals court ordered a shorter prison term for Joe Exotic from the Netflix series Tiger King. Here's the Apes. Margie's Our Letter, The U. S Court of Appeals in Denver has ruled the prison sentence for Joe Exotic was calculated wrong. He was sentenced last year to 22 years in federal prison for trying to hire two different men to kill animal rights activist Carol Baskin. The appeals panel says that should have been considered one conviction not to. That means exotics sentence could be as much as four years shorter. The trial court has been ordered to re sentence him. Meanwhile, exotics legal team is hinting it may ask for a new trial based on newly discovered evidence and examples of government misconduct. I'm Margie Szaroleta wildlife biologists captured a female grizzly bear in Washington state for the first time in 40 years. Hitting it with a radio collar so they can track its movements. The grizzly, along with her three cubs were released. It's believed there could be as many as 80 Grizzlies in that area. I'm Ed Donahue. A P NEWS. Marilyn verdict. I'm Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. A Maryland jury took less than two hours to determine that Jared Rey most understood what he was doing when he attacked the Capitalgazette newsroom in Annapolis in 2018. State's attorney and colt Lightness even though it wasn't our burden that I'd have to prove to our jurors. That what Mr Ramos was doing was revenge that it wasn't mental health disorder. Prosecutors are now seeking five life sentences without the possibility of parole. The trial began last month, three years in a day after the attack that killed Wendy winners John McNamara, Gerald Fishman, Rob Hiaasen and Rebecca Smith. More than 60. People in Germany and Belgium are dead in severe flooding. Has struck those two countries as well as the Netherlands and northern France. Bradley Beal will miss the Olympics after being placed into health and safety protocols. The U. S men's basketball team has yet to replace him. The Washington Wizards guard had started all three exhibition games. I'm Tim Maguire. Coronavirus update. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute Stocks finished mixed The Dow up 53 points. Surgeon General Vivek Morty is putting out the advisory. There's a lot of misinformation about the coronavirus and vaccines and lives are at stake. The misinformation that we're seeing comes from multiple sources. Yes, there is disinformation that is Coming from bad actors. But what is also important to point out is that much of the misinformation that is circulating online. He's often coming from individuals who don't have bad intentions but who are unintentionally sharing information that they think might be helpful. More. These message among the things were asking individuals to do It's a pause before they share the check sources and if they're not sure if the source is credible to not share the warning comes as the pace of coronavirus vaccinations has slowed around the country, in part because the vaccine opposition, fueled by unsubstantiated claims about the safety of immunizations. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank you for listening. Geico presents motorcycle word of the day. Today's.
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"Yankee organization. Um, you know, you had to have six again. You were around very competitive. Harden baseball people that Oh, If you couldn't So, um I guess be around those type of long standing. Gurus of you know whatever their expertise was without. You know, having having a strong personality or being challenged by each other. I think that was the beauty. In the groups that we had moving forward and you know, it changed like the teams changed because we had some people. Pass away in the in historical, You know, sometimes we drink and then get bigger and But We loved. I think the challenge of you know Heaven, everybody being involved in. It's like cooking a meal, you know, buying the ingredients. Get in the kitchen. And at the end of the day, you know you have to make tough decisions, but You put every first guess out there, so there wasn't a second guessed. And there wasn't a time I could remember where you know, somebody said, I told you so. You know, why didn't you listen to me more? Because everybody had at the floor. I wish our government could work that way. But obviously so there you go. I guess. Amazing. Um, interaction but was constant. Man. I looked at I mean, I don't know how many hours we spent away from You know the ballpark. Or, you know, not Pacific to baseball. His friends are You know, just on so many levels. We were so tight and it wasn't just you know that dick and it was You know the whole organization kind of operated on that basis. You really had some incredible baseball people. The late Pat Dobson comes to mind and just so many, Brian Um, And if there's one thing that I would say just from I don't I don't know. I don't claim to be good friends with you or any of your lieutenants, but just from knowing that a little bit and having some dialogue with you and some others. There were there's almost nobody in your in your group there that told you two different stories that you may not like what you hear. But the truth was coming your way whether it was from Dick yourself. Ned. Uh, you know any almost any of your coaches? That was kind of the message from above is that where did that come from? Is that is that is that the only way to navigate the waters in New York City with the Yankees is just remember. Ned used to say, you know what? I always remember what I've told you because I only Tell you the truth. And then I can always remember. I think I think you know your home training with its personal professional. Mold. You, um you know one thing to a phone. I'll just use thick as example. Um, you know, he was incredibly humble and for You know the ex player he was in his acumen and Seriously. He was a living legend outside organization as much he was inside the organization. Um He was just very humble and low key. And we tried to keep a low profile. We didn't want anybody know what you know, Made us tick or But our competition you know the 29 other teams new of formidable. We were And in the strength of us was to your point, Larry, um, you know, Don't say everybody was on the same page. I don't believe that's a truism. But everybody understood. Um what needs to be done? To get the job done, and you know again. Oh, it's just crazy to think that Especially us. Three. You know, lead such a charmed life and we were so close. I didn't know Brian. We're talking to Brian Sabean here on Saturday for the Giants organization long time. Executive addicted drove past with the age of 74 here recently. I didn't know of, uh, dictated Rose Marine Corps background. You. I think you sort of alluded to it earlier in terms of how it was a part of his dynamic Can you expand on that? You mentioned that he didn't take notes. It was all in his brain was that from his Marine Corps training was his Ability to get in and out of places without being seen. You guys called him then then you think that was a part of it? I do believe that that, uh Experience, you know? Weighed heavily on how he conducted himself carried himself as a person almost And, you know, first, you know, before you get into the baseball because he had a stature, he he had a way physically drugs. Um You know, kind of Being a presence, and he did that when he walked into rooms in the On the one hand Like I said, you know, people would take it as intimidating. On the other hand, if you really know him. We just knew that that was his This pattern of behavior more help. You know how how we operated, but Again. You you couldn't meet a more well rounded Course and in life and again more general as far as his heart and his compassion for the game of people. He's just passion for life, just, you know. In terms of the kind of person he was, Uh, it's on so many levels that he's special. And remember that one Well, I know it's a tough day for you Try to put a smile on your face before we let you go. Last time we had net on That told us the story of you and him down in Dodger Stadium ending up in time release orders box telling him how telling him how I wish. I wish I could forget that story. No, sorry. We can't Good frying you had the best kicking was the the game was nationally televised game. That, Tommy, I think worried and all the best Italian food from around the city and long behold, we were ambushed, thinking the box is going to be to ourselves. But it turned out Tommy was going to make sure that we will Stuff on our faces sitting next to him. It will be four. Before this even starts from the first pitch. I turned the next turned out. I said, Do not do not be a morsel of any of this food until it's between them. It's sure sure eighties we're going to be cut. Breaking bread with Tommy Lasorda in his box, let alone a child. Explain in touch. See about the organ and net came up with some Excuse me have you know The crap hitting the fan in the clubhouse and we had to leave extracted ourselves. But I'll leave you this because I need a laugh. He used to call Ned. Nick Nick concerned and he caught he used to call me, Kevin. I don't. I don't know. Towers Tiger towers. Why? I don't know. I don't know Kevin Malone. I don't know. But the Nicktoons he can never get it straight. I gotta tell you what one last story. Mm. One last story. I'm trying. I'm driving at that time of Alexis Company vehicle. I had one of those car phones. My current phone was always getting jacked up by these. I don't know if they would poach the signal and somehow in pirate of them that they're with these drugs, Uh, gangs from Oakland, So every month, you know, looked like a $20,000 bill and, you know, shutting the phone off and turn it back on cell. I'm one on, um one on one on the phone race. So I hear this and I got on speaker. Uh, Here's what's go, Brian. Brian Saving and I go. Yeah. Who's this? It was Tommy Tommy Lasorda. So there's a pause because I say to myself, what's going on My idiot brothers, goofy friends got this number and I'm going to, you know, bust my chops. So I hang up the phone. Uh, class. Five seconds later, the phone rings because Because he goes Kevin. He comes seven. Now he switches my name that goes. Kevin, don't hang up the phone. It's really Tommy Lasorda and took okay? What do you remember when you get appointed general manager? He was, uh, you know. In San Francisco, and he loved being you know, around the San Francisco crowd and how they you know. Would Jeremy etcetera so sure? Teeth. He's apologizing, saying, Geez, I'm so he didn't get together level, he says. I want you to know just as a baseball man meteo, no qualms making the trade with the Giants. This is just really well, you know, I'll think about that. I'll talk that over our guys, he says. What do you need? And I said, Well, what do you mean what I need, he says, Well, what do you guys looking for? So I don't know. Somewhere I pull out of my shorts that we need a left handed hitter Mouth field. So there's a positive cause left handed hit. Mel Philly says. I got a guy for you and I said, Who is that? Because Hollings were at that time. Hollingsworth was a pretty good player, and you have some spikes in the year. I'm no, I'm driving. But I'm seeing him..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"Landed there at that scene now again, both sides of 93 at a standstill always to close at the north. Onside your way all the way back to spot pond That's over six miles south found is all the way back to 1 25. To avoid 93 right now, if you can't David said, Ronnie and the WBZ news radio traffic copter Nicole back to you. All right, Thanks, Michael Check in with both of you again coming up in less than two minutes. Traffic and weather together and at 501. It looks like the Red Sox not playing the Yankees tonight in New York. We have found out the game is postponed after multiple positive covid 19 tests have been reported within the Yankees organization. Word on how all this will affect the rest of the four game series. We've got Brian Antonelli on this in the newsroom. He'll have an update coming up in the news at 5 12 in sports and other news we're watching when it comes to Covid, the surgeon general warning now against misinformation when it comes to vaccines, the virus itself and also prevention measures. Dr Vivek Vivek Murthy, saying the spread of this misinformation of her social media has prolonged the pandemic, and it's putting people's health at risk. Dr. John Brownstein at Boston Children's Hospital says You should speak with trusted voices not rely on online posts. You have to recognize who's setting this information. Is it your colleague, family member? You know, do they really have all the information to make these kind of judgment? This is why it's so important to talk to your primary care provider. Your family physician. And also in developing news on Beacon Hill. A $350 million transportation bill is now headed to Governor Baker's desk, the State House and Senate both passing the legislation this afternoon after negotiating for several weeks. This bill adds $150 million to the yearly 200 million for local road and bridge repairs. Extra cash will be spread across six grand programs, paying for bus lanes, electric vehicles and other municipal transportation projects. This comes as on Capitol Hill, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer pressing ahead next week with a vote on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan, he says there's just no reason not to. I talked to some of our Democratic members of the bipartisan group. They're making very good progress. There is no reason why we can't start voting next Wednesday. The senator says he also wants to pose a deadline for an agreement on the $3.5 trillion budget resolution and former Massachusetts governor and Republican senator from Utah. Mitt Romney talked about this today. That's the price of the plan is, in his words shocking and something he believes Republicans quote uniformly will oppose. Right back to traffic and weather together at 503 Very serious situation north of town, Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. You, Mike. Yeah, thanks to call. This is a terrible crash that happened on 93. Dortmund in Wilmington. Right. At Concord Street. It's a roll over a bad one Rated Concord Street. All lanes are shut down. A med flight has responded to the scene landed on the highway, so All lanes closed north beyond and Colbun to nothing's getting by some outbound locked up back to 1 25 delays reaching back before Monty. A lot of you do not want to be on 93 up in this area. Right now. It's not moving at all. That's the idea. Alright. Elsewhere, 4 95 South is backed up before 93 way down into Chelmsford that was set off by an earlier crash northbound. Not much better. Chelmsford up into Lowell all bumper to bumper 1 28 north, crawling through Lexington. Route three A up into Linfield. That's 35 minutes. They're southbound delays brim blob in Beverly down into puberty to weigh in Lexington, down to the Mass pike involving a crash by route 20 in the breakdown lane. One is hardly moving at all route 16 up to Lynn Street in Revere the southbound expressway jammed coming out of the tunnel down to a right lane breakdown itself, Bay and then more delays. Neponset Circle all the way down onto Rue 24. Elsewhere, Route three South delays coming out of Braintree. We're all clear at the Sagamore Bridge, but go figure Route six Westbound is jammed up two miles for the Sagamore Bridge. 28 2 miles at the born Mike King WBC's traffic on the three All right back to you in less than 10 minutes. Let's Get a quick look at the forecast for the rest of the evening. Very sticky out there. There is a chance Maybe you could see the occasional pop up drizzle but really not seeing any on the radar. Right now, We've got temperatures tonight down.
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"Here's Greg Matte Sick. The best of seven NBA Final series is now a best of three. The Bucks travel to Phoenix today. Game five of the finals will be played Saturday night for Chris Middleton looks to build upon a 40 point performance. I mean, I just try to let the game come to me the shots there. I got to take it, no matter what no matter how many times of shooting a minute Matter Sometimes I miss. Um, that's just where I played the game. I don't realize anything really stature, shots or points really into the endgame. Middleton scored 14 of his 40 in the fourth quarter of last night's win out of the Sons Take Momentum back. Just be physical, be physical or early, Um On both sides think I picked up my fit file being aggressive trying to box up PJ. They're coming at full speed and and and we know that we understand that Devin Booker picked up his fifth foul being aggressively picked up his sixth foul being aggressive. His seventh foul. He was aggressive, his eighth foul. He was also being aggressive, the Buck said. 17 offensive rebounds in Game four. Phoenix at just five second half of the MLB season was supposed to begin tonight in New York, with the Yankees hosting the Red Sox have some covid issues, however, within the Yankees organization, so that gave us off. Brewers begin the second half Friday night in Cincinnati against the Reds and Louis Oosthuizen, Your leader after round one of the Open championship from Royal ST George's, who stays with the 600 par 64. Early morning tea times home conditions. The greens were kind of slow. Some scores reflective of that The wind started kicking up in the afternoon scores reflective of that. You never know what you're going to get. Playing outside of London or Scotland or in Ireland. Phil Mickelson with the 10 over par 80 today. Oh my gosh, How are the other Americans doing anybody near the top? Jordan's beef had a nice first round. He has one shot off the page 500 par. It's kind of a who's who atop the leaderboard. 47 players under par. Brian Herman's a lefty. He's also at 500 par Webb Simpson. One of my favorites, four under par, So these guys are on the top five or tied for 3 48 at WTMJ, Bucks insiders with assistant coach Vin Baker up next. Instead,.
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"Podcast network. Gave them a hollick. Thanks for tuning in everyone. The red sox made news this past week just before the all star break went on sunday. They signed closer. Matt barnes to a two year eighteen point seven five million dollar extension and this was an interesting conversation or an interesting deal because barnes was due to become a free agent and i believe on the open market. He would have gotten a better deal than two years in just under nine thousand nine million dollars so matt barnes obviously having a fantastic year this year from the closing spot. He was named an all star. Threw a scoreless inning in the all star game. But this deal. According to a source will pay barn. Seven point two five million dollars in twenty twenty two twenty twenty three with an eight million dollar option that can escalate to ten million based on prior year performances or have a two point two five million dollar buyout for twenty twenty four so the signing bonus of one point seven five all of that comes together guaranteeing barnes at least eighteen point. Seven five million over the two year extension and man again barnes. He's taken the comfort of playing in boston. The opportunity to win over. What's particularly a big. Pay day out there. As barnes said quote the ability to go out and have a chance to win every single is really undervalued thing in this industry so i'm incredibly fortunate that not only have i one here. We've been good for a long time and everybody has always treated me like family and quotes in high in bloom. He couldn't contain his excitement Chief baseball officer. The red sox said quote. We've seen it over. The last number of years. Mad has established himself as one of the better relievers in baseball. And this year. He's taken his game to a whole new level in an even bigger role beyond that. He's exactly the type of person you'd want representing the organization. That's a credit to him and his family. Those things are so important in the players. You invest in and quote so barnes back in boston for two more years again. I mean you're looking at free agency. Kimbrel got three years. Forty three million chapman five at eighty. Six andrew miller three and thirty four. So you're thinking. He took a pay cut to stay in boston now. Eighteen and a half million minimum isn't anything to sneeze at when it comes to guaranteed money but again i think he could have gotten paid out there so fascinating to see a guy like that. Jump on a deal before hitting free agency and obviously boston was excited to have him in the fold here for the next two and a half plus seasons but Speaking of guys who may be moving on or potentially being trade candidates i wanted to list some of the top guys. I think could be moved here over the next couple of weeks. Now we'll get into specific rumors here as time moves forward. Obviously after the all star break a lot of the executives got together. They're in the same town the same city the same suites so they're having conversations but people typically don't like to move all stars until after the game. I mean these top two guys were both all stars and they wanna have them their organizations before they move on so i do think things pick up here over the next couple of weeks and start to get a bit busy but the top guy has chris bryan of the cups. They talked to him about it during the all star game while interviewing him the guys played third base first base all three outfield positions. His a ton of versatility the cubs recent eleven game losing streak kind of pulled them right out of the playoff consideration again which makes them believed throughout the industry to be sellers coming up here at the deadline. Brian hitting just about two seventy two point one war he certainly going to be wanted here at the deadline and some potential fits for him moving forward. You've got the mets. The giants the as all looking for infield help i mean an outside chance. The phillies are invested. But i think the mets are ultimately the team to watch here as well as the giants on the outside looking in making a big move potentially for kris bryant and number two you have trevor story of the rockies again management came out and said. We're not moving. Until after the all star game. We want him to represent our team wants. The game got moved from atlanta to denver. It was the hometown he was going to be in the home. Run derby so it certainly makes sense to hold off. But now i think the floodgates are going to be open on teams calling about trevor story and some potential fits. You have the new york yankees. Who are looking to stick around and make a move and make a push. You got the oakland a.'s. Again looking for the infield help they could get you have the cincinnati reds potentially be interested as they're hanging around in the national league central next on the list. I got starling martin. Outfielder for the marlins he sitting right about two eighty two point six wins above replacement. A solid starting outfielder teams who need help more consistency from the outfield teams. Like the new york yankees the philadelphia phillies could potentially be looking for some help. You got deuba herrera. Who's struggling again. Centerfield andrew mccutchen been playing better of late but the yankees phillies nationals. I think are going to be at the front of the line for starling. Marta you have joey gallo of the rangers now. He's only hitting about forty but once again his power numbers have increased here recently. Eleven home runs in his last. Fifteen games are so going into the break teams are going to be looking for a power bats rotational outfielder guy off the bench. Whatever it is his three point. Four war is certainly impressive. So you gotta have the likes of the padres. Who have always been rumored to be interested in adding joey gallo. They were interested this offseason last year. So you put them right at front of the line again. When it comes to potential suitors the giants looking for more offense to add to their lineup and the tampa bay rays lingering around whether or not cost or prices vary high. They could potentially get involved with the joey gallo conversations and number five adam frazier second baseman for the pirates. Of course the pirates sold everybody. It seemed like this past off season. And you're just gonna add adam frazier to that list hidden about three thirty. Second baseman all star. Who needs infield help. Write the names. We've mentioned already. But i would add the white sox to To this list they could use another bad offensively as their offense has. Kind of fluctuated up and down. You got the new york yankees. The new york mets. The giants anybody looking for offense set a relatively cheap price..
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"I don't think there's very we have to see you can't say yes can't say no right now fill all right. We'll we'll see what happens all right. I do appreciate that a boom. There's only one undefeated team right now in sports. Yeah i know this happens to be the wasp's yes i agree with you. Yes exactly. I appreciate it. Thanks phil one last night. We mean you think you why didn't play last night. Was the game was late. That doesn't stop. Stop doing a pass. Yeah but you know what it's just the way they're running the holy over there a big screw job and wow royal tell you one thing and do another. It's just the whole thing spaghetti. So the whole thing's gays you now you out of the wasp situation when you play after nine o'clock at night yes. This is a dramatic shift in. You know they tell you one thing and then they do another nice thing. Finishing at eleven fifteen and early you'd be for nine thirty game dramatic shea. Big shift dramatic. Yeah well it's a bunch of don't get me started all right. I won't. I won't john and nutley. Hello john john. L. yes john. You're on the fan. Oh yes hi guys. Thanks for taking my call sir. I just wanted to piggyback on. What you're talking about the al s and lou garrick night tonight A friend of mine is singing the national anthem yankee stadium tonight Jerry dolby and he was diagnosed with lsi last year and he is a prominent thing or in our area. He's done everybody's weddings and parties and graduations and He's he's done. I think he sang for the nets and the devils national anthem and bill cosby a major league umpires from belleville and he had gotten contact with him and spoke to the yankee organization and they gave him the honour of coming out and singing the national anthem tonight for For the yankees. Gran it's jerry is. We was on channel four news channel. Seven news interviewed him at his house and there were a lot of things he was speaking about was a lot experimental drugs that he wants to get pushed through to to try. Because these people there's prognosis is not good but there is some experimental drugs out. There and jerry was really wants to push for it. You're one of the big things. Under donald trump's administration was the right to try experimental drugs when there is a you know kind of last resort type of thing. I don't know actually where that that whole aspect of displayed est administration is. But you know. I'm i'm all on board for.
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"Nation's top disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says graduates can play a very critical role in shaping the new normal of a post pandemic world. I have great faith that yours will be a generation that makes real change happen. You've grown up during the tumultuous decade, but you clearly value global in community mindedness. Dr. Anthony Fauci, speaking in a Webcast commencement address yesterday to student at Emory University in Georgia. Meanwhile, school officials in Lynn have waived high school graduation requirements for the second year in a row. Now students are typically required to earn 100 total credits to get their diploma but because of the covert pandemic and remote learning Some students fell short of that this year. The district says those students can still graduate because they have still met their districts. Core subject requirements that W H o World Health Organization says hundreds of thousands of people a year are literally working themselves to death. Let's get more on this story from CBS is Vicki Barker in its first global look at the health effects of long working hours. The W H O suggests 745,000 people die each year from stroke and heart disease due to their crushing Schedules. People in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific region were the most affected that about three quarters of the dead were middle aged or older man, the researchers found. Working 55 hours or more a week is associated with a 35% higher risk of stroke and a 17% higher risk of dying from heart disease. Compared with the working week of 35 to 40 hours. Vicki Barker, CBS News London and ninth member of the New York Yankees organization, has now tested positive for coronavirus. That staff member turned up. Orbit positive on Saturday night, Yankees outfielder Clint Frazier says the spread of the virus among nine members of the organization all who are fully vaccinated. Has everyone a little bit worried. Obviously, you don't want to see anybody go down, so you just hope that they can all come back. And you know we missed the guys that are on the covert ill right now, so hopefully we can all get back together here. Precinct Leiber Torrez is so far the only player to test Cove in positive and that's no. I'm late in reporting the Basketball Hall of Fame class of 2020 and Duck Did over the weekend. Here's the detail from WBC's John Bay back Kevin Barnett and the late Kobe Bryant were inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame this weekend at Mohegan Sun Arena instead of the usual Springfield venues because of pandemic protocols, and now we know who will be inducted into the class of 2021 when the ceremony is returned to the city of Springfield, September 11. Paul Pierce will be among the headliners so well. Chris Webber and Ben Wallace, as well as former coach Rick Adelman and the current Villanova coach, Jay right. Bill Russell will be inducted as well. He's already there is a player now who go is a coach. And the Springfield bureau. John Bay Bag WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 10 51 Stay with us. Won't you? Traffic and weather are on the way. The loop podcast updated every morning and every afternoon of everyday major developments on a number of.
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Carlos Beltran Out as Mets Manager After Astros' Cheating Scandal
"We got the news about one o'clock today that yet. Another person untied to the Houston Astros. Cheating scandal has lost his job. Carlos Beltran recently hired by the mets to be there next managers out of his job before even having having a meeting in spring training. That's because he was named in. The Commissioner's report released the other day for his role in the Astros signed stealing scandal of two thousand seventeen eighteen Beltran and the mets both indicated. Today that this was a mutual decision but I suspect that a week or two weeks ago even those with knowledge of the science dealing details from two thousand in seventeen believed that Houston. GM Jeff Luneau Astros Manager Aj. Hinch Red Sox manager Alex Cora now Carlos Beltran would still have have their jobs and they're all out and that's where we are probably Vera covers baseball for ESPN. She knows. Carlos Beltran now score very well Marley. How you doing? It's been a crazy week. I think crazy is a very good adjective buster special like no that totally can managers. Were highly touted. I don't have a job today. Unbelievable let's let's start with Carlos Beltran. That is the the most recent news. I'm going to also ask you about Alex. Corsie is we go forward but but I about Carlos. I thought that when the mets didn't put out a statement immediately on Monday evening after the Commissioner's report came out out the fact that the mets didn't come out right away and have a statement from Jeff Wilpon from Brody Bandwagon. And saying this is our guy. Carlos Beltran is our manager edger. And that's what we're going to do moving forward because what was in the report involved the Houston Astros in two thousand seventeen. The commissioners made it clear that Carlos this is not going to be disciplined for his role in that because he's the player at that time but the fact that they didn't put out that statement on Monday and then dragged out into Tuesday day and then Wednesday. You could see that the mets they were weighing their options and just as someone who covered the mets back in one thousand nine hundred seven having worked in New York market for a long. I've never seen an organization that is more affected by public opinion than the mets. And I thought Yep that he at some point. They're going to let him go. What what did you think absolutely couldn't agree more with what you said? And not only that the fact that you know one of the reasons why they hired Beltran was because it was excellent in publicity. Ns S you. And I know spending so much time covering baseball in New York. The mets have failed many times on the PR department. And this would hiring hiring Carlos Beltran. They bought themselves all this goodwill right the return of the prodigal son with everything that had happened when he had left the comments of the Wilpon when he used to be a you know. Oh a mets player. Everything gets kind of water under the bridge. There's just you know one of the most impressive press conferences that I have attended you know at city field so it was just as big. Pr Moment and then all of a sudden I agree with you. They got swayed by public opinion. And one of the things that Carlos Beltran and as you mentioned before which is important you state. The aren't family our friends of mine. So my activity here Sometimes can be a little bit swayed but the point is that can handle the media. He's been you know he was a player for twenty a years worked on a capacity assistant with the Yankees and so on and I feel that this was in my opinion. Definitely a wilpon decision muster. Oh No no question. The way this was described I think Carlos but at a statement they talked about a mutual decision. No way like this like Carlos I think absolutely was set on going forward but they say as all the conversation was taking place in New York to columnists were were taking aim at this and they are asking questions. Well what. What did the mets ask Carlos about? After the first athletic story came out about the signed stealing. And how would the mets feel about Carlos not having credibility with the media and it became a real hot topic on talk radio here and one stat ball started rolling downhill and then Aj hinch losses job and Jeff Luna lost his job and Alex. Cora lost his job. There was no way the mets leadership was going to stand in the way of that momentum and stand up and say in the past it was in the past which by the way is what Brody van wagon and said back in November. He kind of indicated like well. That's not really a mets problem. That's an astros throws problem. But their their their words their tone definitely changes week the only aspect that I can you know Ah have gone in this process. One of the things were Carlos may have had some input. Devil's advocate here. Is that one of the things that Carlos Beltran they'll turn and and you and I have covered a great deal of is the fact that he does not like off. The field distractions buster. And I think at that is the part or they'll go. You know what this is the right decision. He is one of those guys that likes to talk baseball. I remember what it was like the whole scandal with Iran in the Yankees Yankees Carlos Beltran was part of the Yankees Organization at the time as a player and he refused to engage in sort of those conversations so there is an aspect of how much he doesn't like the distraction and then that part certainly you know he could have had any input on but I I agree with you. This isn't you know the mets founded selves in an island. Having to make a decision and they got swayed by Jim Crane did and obviously you know what the Boston Red Sox decided to do. After the imposition of a penalty suspension to Alex Score. So let's breakdown go by the way. Yeah exactly breakout some other elements of this What do you think the mets miss out on? Not Having Carlos Beltran altron their manager. Carlos Beltran is an excellent leader. And I think that's one of those things that has been a little bit missing the New York Mets Organization. He drives arrives you. He's one of those guys that inspires others other players and he also galvanizes clubhouses right. He he was the player for the day when he was with the Yankees. Hanky along with Andrew Miller he always has always been so well spoken and he crosses that kind of you know barrier quote Unquote Latino players. And you know the players that are not Latino and I felt that he could galvanize that clubhouse very very well and I think that's the number one thing that the mets are going to miss out on and this is a man who obviously has left the game for a long time doesn't need the money this isn't right and it was honestly doing this job because he truly wanted to make an impact in organization that really has lost their way a little bit in the last couple of years so I think it's a huge loss. So they mess. We're GONNA do not have Carlos Beltran but I do understand the decision. In terms of the whole quote in quote distractions off the field now. I'm not as close to him as you are if I was I think and he asked me my advice in this situation. Now that he's lost the job of the mets would. I think I would tell them was Carlos you need to hold a press conference in New York have rent out a room at a hotel or restaurant invite all the reporters to come and basically say I'm here to answer all your questions about what went on with Houston with me back in two thousand seventeen eighteen. Because I think that's the only way he's going to be able to manage at some point down the road and all I heard for the last decade is this is someone who absolutely terrific manager in the future future. He has to be great at this job but I think that would allow him to and let's face he's never going to move past this. It's already cost him his job but at least to get past those questions would be to tell the writers. I'm here to answer every question you people have about what take place and I'll tell you exactly really what happened. What do you think about that? I don't know that I mean I. I would love for that to happen. Let's be very clear. I don't know that the benefit for for Carlos it's worth it If if one of the drugs and he said this in an introductory press conference specifically said I didn't want any job I don't need need a job. I wanted to stay in New York. Carl has very very young children. They're all right like very yes. Three kids are all very young during school in your this is where they reside the kids go to school will. So there's only two baseball jobs that he would apply for the New York Yankees and the New York mets and he's not gonna get either one of those jobs so I just don't think that at this point point it benefits the family anyway and I do think that Carlos will do what's best for his family especially having young children Buster and I know you know that you had young children at one time. It's the point that these kids have to see the paper tomorrow. They're going to be in school. They're old enough. You know and I feel like it would rehash a lot of topics. Is that right now. Maybe people are going to move on you know and and just gone from that now if he later on when the kids are a little bit older he wants to do something else. Maybe at that point but but at this point I just don't see the benefit.