35 Burst results for "Yelich"

Brewers keep playoff hopes alive with 3-0 win over Cardinals

Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie

00:37 sec | Last month

Brewers keep playoff hopes alive with 3-0 win over Cardinals

"On Friday and in their first game did their part to cling to October. Hopes Yell. Ich Since this one out to center Beta racing back he looks up and it is gone. Christian Yelich goes deep. On the Brewers Extend that lead three to nothing. Christian Yelich JJ with 12 home run of the season and Boy, does it come in a big time? 6 20 w. T. M J with the call. Game one goes to the Brewers. Three. Nothing but the nightcap All Cardinals ST Louis wins it. Nine. Toe. One puts the Brewers on the brake. As the two teams meet up again tonight in ST Louis. I'm Chris Fulani. We got first pitch

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Brewers OF Cain opts out of 2020 season; series called off

Dickerson & Hood

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Brewers OF Cain opts out of 2020 season; series called off

"Outfielder Lorenzo Cain has opted out of the rest of the 2020 major league baseball season. How valuable is he? Well, consider this as we go inside the numbers brought to you by the new Ford Super duty built Ford tough since 2015 When Kane won a World Series with the Kansas City Royals. He is fourth among all Major league baseball outfielders. In war. The only three outfielders ahead of them are all M V piece Mike Trout, Mookie Betts and Kane's Brewer's teammate Christian Yelich. Most of his value comes on the defensive end. Since 2012. Lorenzo Cain leads all of Major League Baseball with 12 robbed home runs around Major League

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"Should I Take the PPP Loan?"

The EntreLeadership Podcast

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"Should I Take the PPP Loan?"

"Linda's with us in Kansas. Hi Linda How's it going out there? It's going wow thank you. How CAN WE HELP TODAY MR MD? I'm so blessed to be able to talk to you. I'm the owner of small business. I've been in business for over twenty years. I don't have any debts. I never took out a loan on the business and We you know we've been profitable and I have three employees now. I was advised by my landlords that I rent the space from and by my financial planner to apply for this paycheck protection. Plan and Right before the coronal violinist you really hustled and we got a lot of business in so it would be okay. I mean I could get through this without taking out the loan but I was told that it was free. Money and So what do you find? Do I take out the loan or do I lay off to other people that works for me about you said you could make it through it? I can make it through it only if I'm by myself because I'm the third person kind of businesses it. It's it's a service industry specialized okay and so how long before you run out of money if you don't take the loan I would say three months. So why can you not make it three months? I can make it three months. I'll lay anybody off if I don't I would say a month and a half. Okay all right. So why do you have to make the decision? Now lay someone off or take medicine loans to four different thanks I mean if you didn't take the loan okay and you want a month and a half out assuming the loans are still available. They may not be but you could take it then right well. That's a good idea. I hadn't thought it because after a month and a half. I think you could be turned around. What service do you provide? Well it's an. It's an art service. Okay all right cool. Well the thing is what we told our folks here is. Are you and your husband in good shape financially? We're you don't have to take an income from the business for awhile. Lightsaber okay. For few months. Yelich for like if you didn't take an income for one month you can keep your people. Yes yeah I would look at you not taking an income before I laid people off and I would look at laying people off before I took out a loan. The problem with the P P P loan is it is a loan it has a term with an interest rate it is not a grant it has provisions and you can pull the law up and read it. It's available on the Internet. It has provisions for forgiveness of the loan. And that's why you're advisors are acting like it's money if you made those provisions exactly and if they don't change the game in the middle of it and you're dealing with the SBA and the federal government and frankly I don't trust their competence and I don't trust Congress to not change the game so I am never going to borrow money. I can tell you at Ramsey. The first thing that will happen is is. Our leadership team will go without pay. The second thing will happen is is that another layer of our leaders would volunteer likely to go without pay. The third thing that would happen is we would go. Everybody else skips a paycheck so that nobody loses a job and way after that would be and layoffs. And I think you're a ways away from this and I think these guys are just going free money and I don't think it's free money. This ain't monopoly. This is real life. Those are real dollars and they're going to want them back if you don't meet the guidelines. I disagree vehemently with the advice. You've been given a void the P. avoid the federal loans. You'RE GONNA regret it America if you don't. I'm just telling you avoid the stinking debt. Please guys please and you can be mad at me and you can make fun of me some dinosaur if you want. But I'm sitting here freaking open too. So shut

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Should You Start a Side Project to Level Up Your Marketing Skills? | Ep.

Marketing School

03:16 min | 6 months ago

Should You Start a Side Project to Level Up Your Marketing Skills? | Ep.

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about if you should start a side project to level up your marking skills so before we do kneel at your companies do allow people to do side projects meaning side hustles honestly. I don't know but I do know if you'll do have side hustle. So I'm guessing yes so you allow it. Yeah I think one thing is if you're working for someone right now and they don't allow side hustles. I think maybe you should be looking for something else. But we actually encourage side hustles single grain. For example we encourage side hustles. Because we know that if the side hustle helps people grow helps them learn that they're gonNA take their learnings and it's going to translate over to the business. Smart business owners should be letting people do side hustles their team members because it helps everyone level up and if your employees is fortunate enough to have their side hustle extra turn into a full time thing and they actually end up leaving you more power to them. What's funny is I know one person right now. That has a side hustle. I note really closely because matchy helping them with their side hustle. Probably not the smartest thing for me to do. I welcome and funding. If it gets big enough one day I risk the chance of losing them but it is what it is and I'm very similar to you in which I want the best for people even if it doesn't produce the best outcome for ourselves and one of the main reasons Eric and I say you should end up doing side. Hustles is the best way to really learn Marketing Sea Island Marketing by Disgusting Shit out on my own websites and experimenting. And trying it out Eric. How'd you end up learning marketing? When you're starting a same thing. I tried a lot of different things and I think our paths. Were a little different right. Because you've done your own thing since you're fourteen fifteen years old. When I first started working for people I would experiment as much as I can. I've made sure that I would get into a position where I would have control over the website and I can make these little tweaks and I would want to work for people where I could ask forgiveness rather than for permission. I remember when I was working this online education startup Iran so many experiments all the time because I had the autonomy to do so. Ideally if you're working for someone you want to be making sure that hey like even if they're a little uncomfortable say hey I like a little more to run more experiments and that's honestly how I got better by failing a lot because you're really ultimately going to learn from your failures not so much from your success. This is why neal night we don't care so much success as a matter of fact whenever Neil my have any sort of success. This is for better or worse. We don't really celebrate it. We just Kinda move on and try to test more experiments wouldn't even talk about either. We always talk about how we failed. Yup but you need to go out there and experiment do your own side hustles. And it's funny to see if I'm trying to cheat someone. Let's say something like marketing and I tell them. Here's how you should end up doing something to get the maximum amount of traffic. Yadda Yadda they're not going to be as interested versus. I'm like hey what are you passionate all your passion hats. Start Your own hats business. Yelich already did. I'm really into have okay. Cool now. Try these five ten things out with your hats business. And then you'll find because they're doing their side hustle. They're passionate about it when they're learning experimenting on their own side Hustle. They end up soaking in the knowledge so much quicker and getting so much better than if they're just doing it for someone else in some industry that they're not passionate about.

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What a Christian Yelich contract extension could mean for the Brewers

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:18 sec | 8 months ago

What a Christian Yelich contract extension could mean for the Brewers

"Be the brewers and slugger Christian Yelich closing in on a massive contract extension nine years worth around two hundred and fifteen million dollars it's seven year extension would be added to the remaining two years on his current deal remember yelling she's a former marlin two time National League batting champ also the twenty eighteen National League

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Brewers, OF Yelich near $215 million deal

Golic & Wingo

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Brewers, OF Yelich near $215 million deal

"Superstar outfielder Christian Yelich in the brewers are apparently really close to a million contract extension once it's finalized George's new deal will span from twenty twenty to twenty twenty eight and pay him in the neighborhood of two hundred fifteen million according to our Jeff Passan nice neighborhoods will include a mutual option for the twenty twenty nine season by the way since the twenty eighteen all star break Yelich leads the majors in batting average slugging percentage and OPS and of course was the twenty eighteen NO

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The Brewers are working on contract extension with Christian Yelich that could exceed $200 million

Gallant at Night

04:27 min | 8 months ago

The Brewers are working on contract extension with Christian Yelich that could exceed $200 million

"Christian Yelich might be the next superstar in sports to put pen to paper on a massive contract the brewers India which are closing in on what is being reported as a nine year two hundred fifteen million dollar contract now if you're like me when you first hear that nine years and two hundred fifteen million for Christian Yelich who was the MVP two seasons ago any runner up for the most valuable player award last year when he got hurt and missed a month you're probably thinking to fifteen does not seem like enough and I would tend to agree with you about that he is taking a dramatic discount to sign this extension which is basically seven years a hundred ninety million in new money when you just saw it the rain don't who hadn't been in the top two in MVP voting over the last two years in the National League get seven years and two hundred forty five million to go to the angels in free agency when you've seen our unato in Colorado no one or not get a massive two hundred and thirty plus million dollar contract over eight seasons and here we're talking about new money seven and one ninety for a guy who might be the best player in the National League the deal was first reported today by the athletics some of the details of trickled out of come from ESPN's Jeff Passan he's got this basically yellowish would play the next two seasons starting this year on his current contract so he's scheduled to make I was about to say only how funny is that only twelve and a half million in two thousand twenty and then fourteen million next year but you know I laughed at that as far as the production B. provides and and the elite performance is gonna provide Daddy's shopping in the bargain bin that's finding one of your favorite movies in the five dollar DVD been at your favorite electronics store so the extension for that seventy one ninety would basically kick in for the brewers in two thousand twenty two and go through two thousand twenty eight and there be a mutual option in the final year in twenty twenty nine but you go back two seasons ago when Yelich won the M. V. P. he established himself after leaving Miami where he was an excellent hater and a lot of folks felt like maybe he would win a batting title at some point but didn't get a lot of help we did have a lot of production and protection rather to go along with his production there just weren't players around him as good as him to help him out as they were going to getting rid of all their pieces Giancarlo Stanton Marcello's owner he was the last guy standing so we got to go to Milwaukee and give it a try there and immediately flourished completely took off and became one of the greats in the sport and for my money right now this moment Christian Yelich of the brewers is the most underrated player in baseball which might sound ludicrous considering that he wanted MVP award is finished in the top two twice in two years but I still think when we have conversations in this industry about who the best baseball players are Mike trout's name comes out of everyone's mouth first then you get some of the bigger names that maybe don't even belong in that conversation right now based on performance like Bryce Harper Manny Machado those types but who is the second best player in the sport yeah which might be the answer Cody Bellinger won the MVP award with the Dodgers last year is in that vicinity I'd say there's a a four player tier behind trout vying for the number two seed in the sport with the yellow shoes twenty eight Ballenger who's only twenty four just barely starting to think about Mookie Betts becks is now twenty seven went from Boston to LA this offseason in a deal that took forever to consummate and Alex Bregman the twenty five year old villain now with the Astros who is so much better four in the wake of finding out that Houston Bregman has cheated over the last couple of seasons at least dating back to seventeen and some of eighteen that they've admitted to Bregman the MVP of the American League last year in my opinion ended up not finishing right behind trout and I kind of quantify things as non trout division because he should just get the award every year so I kind of say well other than trap who was the MVP this year you're competing against a legend the likes of which is going to go down as maybe the best players ever lived or one of them no one of the mount Rushmore baseball stars essentially and a guy that you'll meet people listening right now we're not gonna see another player like him probably in our

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Thrift Fails

Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves

08:26 min | 8 months ago

Thrift Fails

"So we did a little project with Goodwill Akron. They just moved their outlet store back to their original location and so we did a whole thing on instagram about how to thrift bins also known as the outlet and some fines. It's not Shannon's favorite thing. I really wanted to because it feels like a giant yard sale. But there's so much digging that I get worn out pretty quick. Yeah it's not for the faint of the heart. No not at all in like. It's like a mental challenge as well. It's which sounds goofy but you just like you really have to dig and then once you find something you have to see if it's your size and typically not and just a lot of work yeah. There are a lot of pros and cons and so we talk all about that on the blog and on instagram. So if you're curious to know what the heck the bins are hit up. Dina's days dot com. Check it out. So we'll talk about some three fails. Ooh Okay So. This was a topic that some readers suggested that we talk about and it's one that we actually had on our list like back when we first started podcasting because it is an important in interesting and funny topic and it happens everybody. Everybody I think with the rise of social media and the rise of popularity of secondhand shopping on social media all were really seeing are at the amazing fines to more and more. I'm trying to show people the realities of thrift stores because on one hand absolutely. I want people to know that you can find amazing things that can meet all of your household needs. And all of your family needs. But it's not always glamorous. I always kind of compare it to a target run. Target runs are amazing. You get incredible deals you find super cool cute stuff and then sometimes it's just a regular old target run. That's so true. Like sometimes you just go to toiletries and get what you need right. And then sometimes you hit up clearance and you find everything you wanted. Yeah and you come out like feeling this target high is very similar to that and the more and more you do it the more and more regular becomes the more more because part of your everyday life and it becomes your just your go to way of shopping so some days are going to be fantastic and Sundays are going to be just totally regular. Yep that's so true I never. That's a great comparison. Yeah in preparation for this episode. I was really thinking about some of my thrift fails and as much as some sucked right because sometimes it can be costly fail. Yeah I've kind of splurged on this at the thrift store in whatever reason ended up not working. Yeah but they all taught me some really valuable lessons. Would you agree totally all right? So let's let's talk about some of our three fails and the lessons we learn from them. Okay let's do it. You WanNa go first. Yeah okay so on. Top of my list issues I've had a lot of shoe fields. Which is kind of Weird. Because you think you just try am on and they fit and you. You're good to go and there's nothing to look back on. Do you have a specific shoe fail that you can think of Yelich black flats. I have a lot actually Because a lot of times I just grab it and then if it's my size I don't worry about it too much. Do try shoes on for the most part but what happens is you don't really know how they're gonNa feel throughout the day. So if I'm like Ooh I really needed some black flats for school like to wear all day and you're at school and you're like all my on my feet are killing me. This was such a dumb purchase. But I didn't know that they were GonNa hurt me on the top of my toes or you know sometimes it happens or sometimes I'll find shoes that are sized. They fit fine and then my foot is just too wide for them. But I don't realize it in the moment mostly because they're so freaking cute. I have to bring him home. And I'm like I'll just deal with the pain 'cause sometimes I can tell that they're probably gonNA hurt a little bit and I have in my head that I can like. Wear 'em in you know. And then they don't work out. I totally understand. In fact I have a pair of boots that are so so so so cute And I wore them a handful of times and I can't take them off without somebody helping me I. I'm not exaggerating. So here's where I'm going with this. I almost feel bad taking them to goodwill for this reason. Because I'm like somebody's GonNa see they're going to be like holy crap. Why would somebody donate these amazing booths? And then they're going to get home and it's going to be a thrift fail no question. Can you need assistance to take these boots by like like you need somebody to pull you? Need somebody to pull. Every time I come home from work I have to sit on the floor and not exaggerating. Dan Has the little girl so I decided the other day I wore them to a meeting. I was so uncomfortable and I'm what am I going to do with these shoes? So I feel like I have to take them to a clothing swap and like put a note on their lake. Please walk around in these before you take him home to make sure that you don't need assistance. That's really sweet of you to do that. A lot of people wouldn't really care like if they're cute but you're saying they're uncomfortable otherwise I just feel like I'm gonNA trick somebody if I take him to goodwill I'm going to fool them buying. I'm setting them up for sale now if you take him to a swap. You're not fooling them. Yeah I feel like with the swap. I can actually seriously leave a note and say these are cute. Walk around ended up but I so I really to the thrift shoe fail because there's nothing worse than seeing a pair of shoes and they might work for the first five minutes sore that you try them on and then Yup Yup. It's over for yet. It's kind of disappointing. So what's one of your fails so a specific thrift fill. That comes to mind recently was a coat that is splurged on that I felt influenced to buy uh-huh and I bought it and it ended up being fail. Oh hold on. Let's like break this down. Why were you influenced to buy it because I gave into thrift foam? Oh Oh that'd be. Tell us what that what's that. What is that is in case? Somebody doesn't go means fear of missing out and foam. Oh can apply to anything in life. Right. It's like pop culture his way of letting us know missing out on something. Yeah and thrift vomo Israel. It's thrift film. All for me can come in two ways number one it can come in the form of. I saw something. The thrift store left it behind and then for whatever reason when I come home I can't stop thinking about it so then I have three Promo because I'm like I should have bought that thing. That's the worst feeling ever 'cause you know somebody's out there. Buying it number. Two type of Roma is when you find something you post it online or you share it with friends and then everybody's like I hope you bought that and then you feel like crowd and you're like I void. Yeah now the whole world things that I should have bought it. And then you start trying to make a deal with the thrift. Odds hoping that it's still there please through five I'll give you anything and so that happens a lot so being a blogger. Sometimes I'll post some things. And in this instance instance it was a coat. I was showing them all the cool things that I was finding and my DM's Blah holy. I hope you bought that Cole. Where is that code? So I went back and I bought the code and it was kind of a thrift splurge. Okay like how much was it? Do you remember fifty dollars a day? You don't even have a good fifty percents off. Coupon look ahead deals and stuff but the what I spent was fifty dollars for a high was like for some reason the whole world is telling me to buy this coat like I should get this code and so I bought it and I don't eat it but like do you. Does it fit in. Do you love I I love it. I never loved it that much. Oh did this doesn't sound like you. It fits but it's not like something. I would wear every day with a super practical coat that I would wear all the time. Okay and I totally into Thrift Beaumont. Oh Dave into online thrift promo only because people were like you'd better it? Yeah you couldn't just be like nope left it for you. Go get it. Well I've learned my lesson since that. Okay the lesson. I learned from this specific. Specific coat was do not give into Thrift Boma. Whether it's personal foam where I felt like who? Maybe I should go back and get that even though I didn't share it online and also online foam. Oh like if people tell me online now I hope he walked that I say exactly no. I left it behind. You should go get it. I really don't need it. Good good job because I got burned. Yeah Yeah Fifty. Bucks is a lot especially for US.

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Christian Yelich didn't repeat as NL MVP

Total Information AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Christian Yelich didn't repeat as NL MVP

"Team meanwhile the MVP awards handed out yesterday in the American League some guy named Mike trout wins it for the third time you might have heard of a he's just twenty eight years old my goodness already won three MVP awards internationally gets the Dodgers Cody Ballenger who edges out the brewers Christian Yelich cardinals pitcher Jack Flaherty finished in the top five in the sy young voting earlier in the week he joined Chris Raby on came elects last night to talk about it our neighbor was this in front of that you know are are played it and I'll put in the word because one tonight so it I love this game and your servant not only do it myself but there so they got the TV on mute when you are out there we cried with each other and we grind each and every day to try to win we we our going out there trying to win in your garden the little the little stuff for your computer it's very kind are you get you there is a fair chance you put yourself in a good position to win the game so just just a little things like that this is cool but it's not something that's not what it's not about the gold gem of the day that's not why Willis are you going to grow a lot of work to you goes at the end of one again you know if you take care of business in regards to try to go out he won a young adult and it is those are something that happens sometimes you cannot you take that and run with it you know you never really forget why you why you do

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Christian Yelich Suffering Broken Kneecap Is Brutal for Brewers

The Jim Rome Show

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Christian Yelich Suffering Broken Kneecap Is Brutal for Brewers

"Right around the same time the Ballenger was cracking champagne and the Dodgers were celebrating their seventh straight and a western title. yeah which was on the road in Miami. racking his kneecap. an agonizing in the most flew key. ill timed manner possible. good for the brewers hitters not great for Jay Sanders the LX crumbles to the ground after phallic one office bush gonna need a better. right off the top of the knees the lecture in a rough feel free this is out having a chat here with. yell itch just as he knows where the injury is ailing yell it's is trying to shake it off as best you can we're starting to get into the territory where he may not be able to stay in this game trying hard to fight it off but the pain is not subsiding for him right now. yeah the trailer can't really roll out there and come with that. that's sports ray for a fractured shattered knee. you mean that frozen aerosol won't work on a fractured shattered knee. that is the absolute worst eighteen games left. in MVP caliber campaign and a super flu key foul ball shatters all of the knee in an instant okay understand injuries are part of the game they happen. it's just not part of this game but every game losing more the face the Major League Baseball during a playoff push with less than three weeks left in the year man that is brutal that's beyond brutal session fury aiding this something that flew key could happen and that guy in that moment. I mean that's when those things were that doesn't just sock for the brewers that sucks for everybody who enjoys watching one of the game's best players do his thing and do it really well it goes without saying you cannot replace Christian Yelich you could not have picked a worse time have a fluke here thing happen especially while running down the cubs won game back eighteen to play. and don't think that broke through don't know exactly where they're at what's at stake. the Milwaukee journal reported their players were watching TV in the clubhouse insuring a throwing error by the cubs that allowed the Padres take four to lead in a game against San Diego Padres eventually went on to win. so it is that time of year officially scoreboard watching cheering when the other guy throws one in the dumper. and the boys have to do this now without their best player for the rest of the year I'm not saying they're dead I'm saying it's got that much more difficult forty four dongs one hundred six ribs thirty bags ridiculous numbers now they're all on ice at the worst possible

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 Cubs' wild-card lead cut, Padres walk off 9-8 in 10th

The Opening Bell

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Cubs' wild-card lead cut, Padres walk off 9-8 in 10th

"Kris Bryant to Jason Heyward combining hit four home runs each homered in the eighth and Hey words tied the game the cubs at once trailed sixty two it was a date till the tenth when Steve see shekel loaded the bases then walked home the winning run the Padres over the cubs nine eight. the cubs did not lose ground in the NL central is Saint Louis lost Colorado two to one but the wild card lead was cut to one game over Milwaukee however a crushing blow for the brewers in there forty three when last night over Miami they lost reigning NL MVP Christian Yelich for the season with a

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Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich has broken kneecap from foul ball; team says NL MVP out for season

Tony Paige Show

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich has broken kneecap from foul ball; team says NL MVP out for season

"Brewers forty three over the Marlins but Milwaukee's MVP candidate Christian Yelich suffered a fractured knee cap his season is over the Rockies edge the cardinals two to one the giants down the Padres the pirates rather five

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 Yelich hits 3-run homer as Brewers beat Cubs 4-0

WBBM Programming

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Yelich hits 3-run homer as Brewers beat Cubs 4-0

"Jackson despite not scoring for a second straight day the cubs still holding hope out in the ninth inning only to watch Craig Kimbrel serve a three run Homer to Christian elige and brewers take a series win against the cubs for nothing the final at Wrigley Field because manager just four hits in the game all of them singles have a chat would start to the U. Darvish getting scratched the foreign tightness have you guys also leaving the game with a

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Brewers rest Yelich, beat Pirates 4-3 to win 2nd straight

Jim Bohannon

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Brewers rest Yelich, beat Pirates 4-3 to win 2nd straight

"In sports the brewers get their second win in a row over the Pittsburgh Pirates Florida three the final at PNC park a combination of heads up base running and basepaths interference in the ninth inning by Brewers rookie Trent Gresham gave the brewers their fourth run the run that made all the difference as the pirates made it a one run game in the bottom half of the night the crew will go for the sweep tonight our coverage begins at five thirty first pitch a little after

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Google takes another run at social networking with Shoelace

Latest In Tech News

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Google takes another run at social networking with Shoelace

"Google apparently can't quit trying to make new social networks you see Google has a problem never made a successful social network but you have to give him some credit for never giving up after the shutdown of platforms like or cut Google buzz who you remember that in Google plus and the shuttering of messaging services like aloe and Google wave it appears that Google is testing out yet another social network this one called shoelace. Nope not even kidding you devout by Google's experimental area one twenty product development workshop shoelace is a hyper local social networking APP available on Android and I._O._S.. That aims to connect people based on shared interests in specific events in in person activities in short shoelace looks like a social network that encourages people to spend. Less time on their phones the more time doing something anything in real life mostly how long this lasts for I'll have to see their shoelace users are able to create loops like the Luke's shoelace kit which are essentially li-listening three events that can be shared with others the APP decide goal of possibly helping people make a new friend or two conversely. If you don't have any of your own events to suggest us can designate their interest in a variety of categories shoe late will use to recommend a number of hand-picked activities the things you might like so you won't have any excuse for saying. There's nothing fun to do ever again. Unless you live out in like crack nowhere in which case it's like can make an event with me hanging out in the back burner fire. I don't know in like you have your own self and you invite yourself and go. You have a fire all by yourself <hes>. I don't think it's designed for that. Obviously I'm being sarcastic. Only mainly seems seems to be targeting cities in suburban areas for the most part but will have to actually see what happens as I was reading the article out thinking like you mean the seems to be a little bit of a mash of between like swarm slash foursquare and the meet up in we have meetings and events and you can promote them around in your local area okay but you don't get any credits or points for checking in so that Kinda defeat gamification purpose gazette foursquare swarm built on so we'll find out the article goes on to say users will also be able to create profile so they can share some tidbits about themselves learn about others in their crews and make it easier to organize and plan for upcoming events okay right there to branding naming should not have been crews for the group's. It should have been soul maids. Get it get it. You've read his article. WE'RE GONNA lose it. According to shoelaces listing on Google play store the most recent update to the APP added the ability to share loops using a hyperlink something that would make it even easier to spread the word about upcoming events. Unfortunately shoelaces currently only available in one place New York City so if you're listening from there in your from New York City probably have good shot testing it out Google says its goal is to bring shoelace to cities across the U._S. U._S.. In future Google is even taking requests for suggestions on places. It should bring shoelace to next and even if you do live in or near N._Y._C. Access the shoelace is invite only for now and while it's fine as it is to poke Google for past Ilyas in social networking space amid growing concerns at time spent on platforms like twitter facebook Instagram Youtube for that matter you do have a social network. It's called a youtube is having a negative impact on our lives. It's kind of refreshing to see social network whose main purpose is to encourage the people to spend less time on set network and more time actually doing things Yelich four squares form of meet up and all the other sites do already we have plenty of options to choose from. Please just add another one to make an even if shoelace doesn't make it in the long run and don't be surprised to see many of its features <unk> ideas incorporated into Google maps or another Google service in the future so that's all I'm going to say about that and if I say anymore I'm going to start the kick flips. Tips are something we'll find

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"yelich" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on Starting9

"I picked Christian Yelich I guess and it has nothing to do with the first half of this season and has almost everything to do with the fact that he just hasn't stopped since last since April of last year fan graphs war rating has yelling at twelve point four the next best would be Christian Yelich at twelve point four in the next best would be bellinger at nine point five. I I loved all those stats. I mean it's good to see you guys came back from your trip to Cleveland like ready to cook. ooh I agree I mean I think it's bellinger but I think we're I just WANNA ask. I think we're on the same page that this is basically a question of team success though right like that's the tiebreaker were you at this point. Essentially once you go down and all the MAZARS stats and it's like well. There's no there's no running away with it. Then you kinda go to. I think Dallas laid out in what jared suggested that Yelich is basically having as good of a statistical season is true by by the way since I don't really disagree with anything you guys said all time first-half opie s in the N._F._l.. So going back to nineteen thirty three the first year of the All Star Game Yelich first-half opiates ranks twenty first all time and the best since Actually Bryce Harper's twenty fifteen so not that long ago and bellinger first-half opie s ranks tied for twenty sixth all-time in the pretty pretty elite company yeah. I'd say so the A._l.. M._V._p.. Gentlemen I feel like we're getting to a point where when we start having this conversation and Major League baseball does this throughout clubhouses houses and we used to do this when tiger was tighter every tournament that we that we get together on that we bet on that we have a pool on like the masters tournament the Open Shit like that. These are tireless pools meaning inning. You don't get to pick so he. He's not an option. It's the field that you're selecting from tiger is not an option so I almost feel like Mike Trout is kind of becoming that guy when we start to have these conversations because coming I mean when I say becoming because like we're just completely eliminating any possibility that any player would ever even come close to Mike Trout and we know what happens when you fly close to the sun you get it fucking torch Jerry look at your face. There's a reason why might trout is who he is because he seemingly never gives other folks like again. I always go back to Miguel Cabrera having to win the triple fucking crown to prevent might trout from winning the M._v._p.. And didn't have a better season and so it's might trout but for I think for our conversation sake aside from trout is where the conversation gets interesting in the A._l.. That's where where else will appear on the ballot exactly that's and I and I think that's I don't know if it's necessarily fun to do it that way but for me anybody not named might trout. I think the M._v._p.. At this point in time is Alex Bregman interesting. I mean I think I think your point about who is second. After trout or third.

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Pittsburgh, Brewers And Milwaukee discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Pittsburgh, Brewers And Milwaukee discussed on WBBM Morning News

"Pittsburgh beat the brewers six five Christian Yelich out of Milwaukee lined with a back injury I'll miss the home run derby made the all star game a man in the all star home run derby tonight in Cleveland Matt Chapman the ace replaces the injured yellowish leads the majors are thirty one

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Christian Yelich, Cleveland And Back Injury discussed on WGR Programming

WGR Programming

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Christian Yelich, Cleveland And Back Injury discussed on WGR Programming

"And this Justin brewers outfielder Christian Yelich drops out of tomorrow night's home run derby in Cleveland with a back injury yellowish leads the major leagues this season with thirty one home

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"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And she just kept saying, magic over and over again. So then I just started referring to him as a Madge off clearly. Yeah. Everybody remembers thing with Derek Dietrich where I just started calling him the D And no one remembers that hours good. I mean riddles his nickname's gotta be Ridler. Now you've got to imagine. But they're experimenting with him in centerfield. And Lewis Brinson has been moved to right field in the minors sort of addressing which you've always said, which is just a terrible because they got rid of every good outfielder. So they now need outfielder you shocked at how much I know about the Marlins minor league system has I'm surprising myself. I'm remembering this correctly, and I could be wrong. I remember on opening day. They had people's nicknames next to them. So you get to know the player whatever and I think JT riddles nickname was t- because I guess, JT was too long. I could be wrong but I know there was someone that had just simply one letter. As their nickname. And it was like a very simple name that didn't need to be short. I liked how JT riddle and then we had JT real Mito, and they both one of them puts the dot in between Jay and the team. And one of them does. I don't remember which one which but they like we're both like no. You put the dots and the other one was like, no never dot so someone should have been named Jay, Don or something like, right? We welcome in Dan Le Batard are resonant Derek Dietrich expert who yesterday for some reason, said that separated himself from his comment Dietrich was a minor league hitter. Yeah. You put several years there that weren't there that you said this last season that they're Dietrich was a minor league ball black. He's berry bonds. It was it was two years ago Barry Bonds, and he hit three home runs yesterday. How many heads does he have this, easiest thirty hits seventeen of which are home runs? Imported update JT real mutual dots. Thank you very much, Derek Dietrich is now third tied for third. In the National League with home runs. It means two of the top three homerun hitters in the National League or Christian yelich Derek Dietrich. I don't think it's fair to hold Dietrich against the Marlins. I don't and not just because I was wrong about him like they waived him. They simply wave claimed him. They weren't trying. Everyone was wrong Marlins were just one of all the other type I feel like the rest of baseball agreed with me when he was waived and all of them said, you know what he's not a major leaguer, did they not agree with at least upset with it. But it was mainly because I just liked Eric Dietrich, and I thought like you know what I mean this team is going to be bad. What does it kill you to have their on your team? But I did not expect us. I don't think anyone did. It'd be great if this year in the homerun derby. It was American League versus former Marlins, and it was just like. Derek Dietrich Christian yelich owes Oona. We could find someone else saying that what a bus of a trade that's been putting he's been injured older problem Marlins killing that trade stand barely plan at all. So he doesn't even make the former Marlins Rosser. You can maybe try to crack the American League man. This is funny. What's happening with their D Derek DJ three homers in a game? And now Furthermore, I'm about this. When he's having that bloop wasn't blue, but it was a double where he was shirtless. A game winning double, and he took off his shirt. It's no lie. It's the background on my computer. Like I'll show you right now. Background. I'm like that. This is the background like you can see it. Yeah. I wanted to put this on a t shirt, but I figured I might run into some sort of legal issues with, like the photographer. He's so hand, he's so hand forced yelich is in that photo. Happy. So happy. Look, how many people are at that, gene. Man more ads than people more more alcohol. This is a big crowd..

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"yelich" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Great offers play the game, Christian yelich that was a leadoff Homer in the fifth inning off Vince Velazquez of first hitter Velazquez came into face, and I thought was really the nail in the coffin was really the the point in this game where you just felt like it's just not going to be a Phillies day, you know, and it was three nothing game at the time. Eh Flynn had been taken out, Edgar Garcia came into get the final out of the fourth and at three nothing. You still feel even though would riff is dominating. You even though would you still had a perfect game going at the time. You felt like okay if we can get a little something going get a run back. You know, maybe at least get some base runners, you might get some energy, you might start feeling a little better about your chances. But yelich comes on of first hitter Velazquez phases hits that Homer down the left field wine. Ending into the seats and that made a four nothing really. That was the end of the game Velazquez never recovered on the mound from that. He he, he. He obviously struggled after that the leadoff Homer to yelich and it's noble. He gave up another home or through wild pitch. Ended up giving up four runs and bang by the end of the getting your down seven nothing and it's seven nothing in the fifth inning. It's really late at that point, and mentally, especially as we talked about. You're on the final day of a seventeen straight day stretch of playing games. You just kind of mentally check out at that point. And I think that's kind of what happened to the Phillies in this one is they never really recovered. Once you go down seven nothing it really started with that yellow Tomer Velazquez never recovered, and, you know, not that they quit. But you just mentally kind of kind of check out, that's kind of how I sold that happening. So Christian yelich is solo Homer to lead off that bottom of the fifth inning to really start the process of blowing the game open for the brewers effectively ended it. That's why it's our play the game. Eight seven to nine nine four four pound I four nine four to get in here as we wrap up the final out. I'll continue to take you up till eight o'clock after that, I am Tom Kelly, and now you'll get Phillies do get the much needed day off Monday for Memorial Day. Day. Now, you look at the Tuesday, and it's going to be very interesting. As Nick pathetic returns from his thinly high valley made four starts earlier this year member he started the second game of the season. I mean, the Phillies had a lot of high hopes for Nick Pavetti this year. And he was he was bad. No starts. There's really no other way round it to the point where, you know, his fourth start again, the Phillies won handily over the Mets. Pavetti just could not shut the door and the Phillies had to go to the bullpen early in a game that they were a big and I think there was a frustration setting in with Pavetti from the organization that he was nibbling. He wasn't attacking hitters, apparently, it's gotten a little better and triple as strikeout numbers or backup still you're seeing some of those same issues, but obviously to the point where the Phillies think he's ready to come back up. Make a start officially saying Vince Velazquez. He's in the bullpen now Nick Panetta will. Take that spot in the in the rotation that has been vacated by coal Irvin who was back in AAA and potatoes guy was better stuff than colored no doubt about it. But he's got approved of the major league level. He's an up and down career Panetta. You can see the flashes sometimes that he's got really good stuff that he can. He has that potential to be an effective starter in the major leagues, but he hasn't been consistent enough and had a bad start to this year. But hopefully got straightened out the last month or so interpolate very interested to see how Nick Panetta looks carrying that eight point three five ERA from those first four starts very interested to see if we if we see a new Nick pathetic. When he makes the start against the cardinals at citizens Bank park on Tuesday night, that'll do it for the final out. I'm Tom Kelly. I will be back with taking up till eight o'clock and a lot of things that we're going to dive in through into throughout the course of the show, we will get that start when we get back on Tom Kelly, this has been the final outright here on sports radio ninety four WIP..

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"yelich" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"The smartest way. It's higher. All right. Here's a smartest. Way to discuss players that had homers and steals. All right on Thursday, Christian yelich. And Geraldo, par of all people think, well for the national so far he played first base, though. And that's going to end really soon because Zimmerman and Madame's are coming back and par might stay on the team but he's going to play the outfield because they have a really good outfield. What a mess that team is how you know when you look at the standings at where the National League east those three four teams are I'm surprised. I would not have I, I knew it because I was following. But I I'm a little surprised at how many games below five hundred nationals are I mean the myth couldn't hit the Marlins at all like pub Lopez gave up ten runs in his last adding against them. And then he has hit to the first guy seven perfect innings. I know sandy, Alcan Tara. Sandy can tear and Shane Bieber yesterday. Each threw shutouts Alkatiri was eighty nine pitches. I still I can't recommend him yet a lot of walks. Shame beavers the number fifteen starting pitcher on the player. Enter his if you look at his cumulative numbers, I think they're better than most people expected. I recall those couple of bad outings and kind of criticism a little too much unfairly for them. I wrote about him today in the blog saying, I was, I shares of everywhere, you know, I do and I kept I didn't want to rank them in top third thought it was a little premature. He gave up a lot of stuff to lefty hitters last season, but impeccable command control puts the ball where he wants it doesn't walk anybody. And now he's shutting down every, but now that was Baltimore yesterday. But he's got Hampton Boston is next two outings. I'm very interested because anyway, the, the case pump the brake on the ks Merrick. Because he's not going to strike out fifteen Red Sox, or rays, correct. Saturday Louis Garcia of the White Sox and Sunday Brett Gardner, who I dropped in the vampire league had a homerun stolen base Acklin Frazier stopped hitting for Yankees concern. I bet. Yeah, yeah. He is not looked anywhere near the same player since coming up to the, the aisle than he did before it. I picked, I literally chains half my team in the pilot I picked up all the rookies can't even play them. All. I just you might as well just have the depth. I mean well, just see what happens. See Brenner riders becomes pulled the young. I don't know. We don't know what these rookies are going to do. So I figured just cut. I mean I've lost every week. So those are the combo meals. And now we talk relief pitchers. It's the closing report. All right. Houston's back in the bullpen tastic, but I did write in my blog last week that Ryan Presley who has allowed to run all season long. It's still tough the rostrum and fantasy throw that many innings his K rate is just one inning is one per inning. So it's not that fantastic. I don't think he's gonna win a lot of games like Roberto sooner should be top-five closer right now hasn't blown any say's. He's not giving any baserunners and team's gonna win over one hundred games. But Presley like it's kind of tough the roster him in a league where you need the saves and he's not gonna get any right? And from the traditional rodeo angle. I see exactly your point here. This is one that you and I have debated for years over the value of the middle reliever with no real path to save chances. But I would argue that those ratios are incredibly valuable to the daily players, especially in our standard game. We can work around the starts cats on Presley's a very. Kind of underrated pitcher at that point. I think he has the potential be a top ten kind of guy kinda were hater was last year before he started moving into the saves picture. The difference is hater was getting a lot more strikeouts. Yes. Yes. So that's my point is what about hose Alvarado? That was a bad woman save on Friday against the Yankees..

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"yelich" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"He'll join exclusive list of seventeen players to this point who've already gotten twenty homers and fifty games. He hasn't done it with many hits. That's why he's not leading the player player. He has an unusually low number of hits a three twenty five average for what he's done is a little bit low. Yeah. I mean Bellinger and yelich are right now ahead of trout trout at the number twelve player. Twelve twelve hit on the player reader, he should move up like a pass couple of these guys. But Ballinger yelling. I mean, like if you're making a trade like you could make the case in one year to trade trap for at your Bellinger, and it makes sense without a doubt. Yeah. I, I think that, that we're now talking about five man topped roughly a five-man top tier where any of these are interchangeable based on the personal opinion. Not amazing. What he's doing. What is the what is the current pace, I was looking at this day? I like looking at, like paces for players adult berto Montessori right now is, these are amazing numbers is on pace for one hundred twenty eight runs batted in and fifty nine stolen bases. And I thought nobody's ever done that before. Right. I mean like he's batting two eighty which we both think is going to stay there. But he's scoring runs got ninety could stay on pace seventeen home runs. That's legitimate. The steals will probably fall a little short of fifty but because he's batting second now third one hundred twenty eight runs batted in pace out of Berta modesty has anyone ever had fifty steals in one hundred RBI season. It's he is different. He is really different. He might be like a second round picnics. These and I know you don't want to go there and the batting average could be through twenty any day now. But this combination of power and speed like he's does take great terms knocking in one hundred runs. Well yeah that's that's one hundred runs. Thing that really throws me, by the way. Thank you for bailing out here for. I love it. When my little tool and the play index tool makes me, log in again, I actually has been done a fair amount of times one hundred hundred RBI and fifty steals, yet been done a lot. Thirty times however in, in defense of this now most of that was done in the nineteenth century. So Larry Walker. Right. If you're talking about let's say since World War, Two just to do that. Four players did it. Yes, you're right. Eric Davis, did it in nineteen eighty-seven berry eighty steel season. Yeah. The now the fifty fifty to thirty seven fifty Barry Bonds did it in ninety nine thousand ninety. Joe Morgan did it in nineteen seventy six series year and says our Dana didn't say, four underrated, our friend, Dave Schoenfield love Cesar sedan, you. All right. Let's help fantasy people. Prospects got called up and they're all playing anything. Noteworthy to you Austin, Riley keeps hitting home runs. He has opposite power then yesterday did nothing struck out a lot. Brennan, Rogers didn't do much in Philly this weekend, sat on Sunday. They have a chorus field series later this week, catching a homered yesterday for the brewers but they're talking about Travis Shaw going on reemphasized. And so I don't know what's going to happen with that any thoughts on these guys. Yeah. And I think that there is a little worry that here regardless of what he does get sent back to the minors. This does occasionally happen. More rookie deserves to stick around and play regularly. But there just isn't a path firm, but this is certainly going to advance his timetable for a call up at that does happen Riley, I wanna be a little cautious here pump the brakes a little bit, and that he was on a huge tear when he got called up from AAA..

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"yelich" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Versatile, kospi pushing all the right buttons, and editorial watchdog Tom carpenter on today's show, I guess, we'll discuss the weekend pitching performances of note. There were several early returns and all the hot prospects that recently debuted, and people spend a lot of fab money this weekend in the expert leaves, although I actually didn't comma, meals closers, and of course, myriad has Brown's Tristan. How are you doing? Well, who would you get we most leagues I have I don't really have access to those players. But I'll say that in the vampire league got everybody. By the rule. Of course, you win or lose actually. No. You know what I my ale only I got Willie Calhoun? And I'm very happy about that based on the ranger schedule this week in tout mixed I offered up a lot of money to get Austin rally. The Braves and kissing and Willie Calhoun, and I beat off three you know what? It's like so you remember like the Charlie Brown episodes where like during Christmas time. Everybody would go to their stockings and. Oh, pretty dull. Or I gotta a movie and Charlie round be like I got a rock. Well, that's I wasn't out because I bid, like three hundred dollars on some on us Riley and ended up with a three hour Kendra Morales Iraq. I'm going to bail you out here. That's the Halloween episode. That's that's how we I'm you know, me I'm a diehard cartoon. Oh, right, right. Trick or treating the great pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Yeah. I did. I miss shin. First of all, how do I miss that up and say, how'd you know that I love peanuts that, that was my favorite when I was kid? Okay. So how and not Christmas Halloween. Yeah. The Christmas episode was the one with the little tree that they fancy up at the end, and I don't know where they get all the branches to make the tree look like it did at the end. Not really let him saying. Well, I hope Kendra Morales does. Well this week. Anyway, here's the buzz. And who would give a rock as a trick or treat candy? I know. Right. It made. Well, this is the thing peanuts never made any sense. That's I mean, people look to this like, it's some sort of wisdom being provided a lot of it is just weird. None of it makes sense. Well, speaking, not making sense. Let's talk about Christian yelich for a second because he keeps hitting a home run every day, making my predictions look ridiculous. But I believe you have some historical context you'd like to share it because people might be thinking, oh, I got to trade him where I wanna trade for him. And I think he's gonna end up number one player in fantasy just edging out, Cody Bellinger, although the steals, well runs to anyway. Give us some historical context and what he's. Stills more than you think these head of Bellinger, they both contribute. They're very close. So, so Cal actually prompted me to look up the numbers since last year's all star break. That's what I found, particularly interesting is that he's the major leagues leader in batting average at three fifty one home runs with forty four hundred eight RBI leads that category leads in runs with ninety eight and he has substantial leads and all those categories. He's also tied for eleventh in the majors with nineteen stolen bases. Now put that into perspective, if you compared to traditional seasons, only three players in history have ever had at least three fifty batting average forty homers one hundred RBI and fifteen stolen bases. And since we did this KiKi sad. I guess, I'll give you the answers instead of doing trivia. I don't think I'm ever getting those names. Babe Ruth did it twice twenty one and twenty three Rogers Hornsby did it in twenty two and Larry Walker did it ninety seven Walker. So maybe one player since we've been born. Well not Kyle players. We've been born and his Larry Walker. Now, this is what strange though, because I also ran one looking at twenty homers over teams for fifty games if yellows homers tomorrow and the brewers fiftieth game..

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Milwaukee Brewers discussed on Lewis and Logan

Lewis and Logan

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Milwaukee Brewers discussed on Lewis and Logan

"For the Milwaukee Brewers Christian yelich remains out not on the injured list. But he's sidelined because of the back issue. These suffered on Sunday. He's not in the lineup tonight. Not expected to play tomorrow. Either hasn't made any difference. The Milwaukee Brewers. So far taking care of business in games one and

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"yelich" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"But it's never wanna see it greatest player ever. Christian yelich is back kind of grabbed on him. We really do have a lot in common people's they look like which is insulting the ham and really flattering to me. But it also has garbage back. Did we have way way more common than originally thought? But is not likely to be in the starting lineup today. Monday for yelich nothing yet on the nihil. What do you think here that doesn't sound severe? Would you start them and just go with it? Because even if you miss the first two games, I like five games of of yellow jen's better than what most their home all week to doing with yelich little little back tweak. You've got to start them just hope for the best. It's like homo week. He's going to miss today. But it was a lefty anyways in Kyle Freeland. He's it all what all of his home runs at home. Not finally on the road. Sorry. Okay. Hit one. He went knee work a couple days ago. So yeah, no. You've got gotta start him. One hundred percent just just wanna bring it up because it was it was piece of injury news there, but I'm not really freaking out over this. I think you just kinda see if there's any news if Obviously. you. A move that way with yelich, but for now just start them in even if you only get this is the week to though that if you did miss a couple of the games, and you only got five there's so many players that are only five gamers based on their own schedule. Anyway, really not falling behind. So it you gotta love that for you. All right last bit a news here out in your neck of the woods in California there. But it's for the angels. They're gonna call Griffin canning and let him debut on Tuesday, a prospect of note what what do you got out on Griffin? Canning is he somebody that you think could play himself into immediate. Makes league relevance. Or is this a wait and see sort of deal with the with the right hander? Yeah. With the twenty two year old right hander. I think he got to pick them up with the state of pitching. And he's specially the state of the angels pitching. I think there's no reason to think that he can't just stick in the rotation rest of the year there. And I think he's got the upside of probably a number three starter and fantasy. Okay. And he's been fanned absolute fantastic..

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"yelich" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Course of the next week. We got a lot on today's podcast Elliott is hitting on JD Martinez. Just hitting on him. She propositioning him. I mean. Yeah, we might as well. Just call it. What it is like she just wants to fuck him JD Martinez. We're put a hurting on Ellie. I don't see she's like my little sister. So I can't even dining the fact that she slid into his dams with what she did. But you need to listen to the podcast because the way that it unfold is incredible. I mean, she had no shame no zero shame in the moment. The problem is very shortly thereafter time that has gone by which is normal. Right. Like when you send something that you're like super Ritchie like that was great. And then the more time that goes by without an answer without an answer. If you don't get an answer from a risky. Text message very quickly you start over. I think immediately. I'm worse. I think as time goes on. I kinda come back around like fuck, it wasn't that bad. Fuck this bitch won't respond to me. After I send it I'm happy after like five minutes ago responding or whatever the natural amount of time. It is every text message conversation has a natural amount of time. You know, if you know, if you're doing rapid fire and all of a sudden a couple minutes go by it's the end of the world, if you send a text when someone's at work, and you know, you're not gonna hear back for twenty thirty minutes. And then it's like an hour or two then you start to freak out in those moments. That's what I'm like. But then as time goes on come back around I convince myself like it's not me her. I guess it is different to Indians. Because if you can see that they haven't seen. Yeah. Then you're well. But then the problem is that if you go the other requests, they could have actually read it and then just not answered right? So he might have seen her damn. I feel like anytime. I sent a text message. That's a little bit risky, and I don't get an answer. I it's not even a specific time period. If I just don't get an answer when my bathroom brain like. Yeah. It's over with me. Well, it's also very different E. Propositioning a one hundred and fifty million dollar baseball player. It's not like you're talking to some guy the bar Murray hill, he might reply at all you have to be okay with JD Martinez. Not replying to your DM. If he doesn't want it thousand percent is that as you will find out any listen his podcast. We talked to him on air about how hot she thinks is face FaceTime, FaceTime, FaceTime, Farris, I've ever seen a girl. It's not just like, oh, she decided to like have some confidence in slide. And no celebrities DM's like she, you know, what I take for granted, by the way, this whole thing. Like this episode Christian yelich sits down and we make fun of him. And we FaceTime JD Martinez unexpectedly in the middle of the show. And these these are the things that happened now or sports that are common. Yeah. Like pretty walked into the studio. And I was just saying goodbye. And it was like a little bit and Travis like, oh, we're going to say by said, why don't you just take my see and undertake? No, no, no, no. I don't wanna kick you off. And you can kick me out a big deal. Do you can just remove me from the building? If. He wanted. You're allowed to kick me out of my seat. I bet he's doing pretty well from stuff. Oh, yeah. He's so like. Shit but trying even pre MVP by doing all right, making sex tapes and girls asking eat their butts shit now than near the MVP. Very charm. So those to join the show he walked in. And everybody was just like I mean, even what the fuck. The whole building. Yeah. Shut off yelich shut shut up. Just magazi- hits on your mom. I'm just mad that teeth. Look like fucking piano, keys fixer teeth..

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"yelich" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Majors and looking for more. There's yelich it's a high fly ball to right center. Going back on his balance at the wall. What a play by Bellinger as a week over the top of the wall and yanked one back from yelich. Cody Bellinger with the defensive snag is the dodgers keep yelich in the park. Oh embellish. Her wasn't done. Cody swings drives data right failed. Homerun? Six. Homerun number eleven for Cody Bellinger, who rod one from yelich earlier in hits one of his own now and coming in the top of the night, then that would be the difference. Dodgers with a six five win over the brewers. Bellinger, eleven homers as you heard second most by dodgers player before may first franchise history. Matt Kemp had a dozen in two thousand twelve am five seventy sports with the call Christian yelich Joe for two with a couple of walks and still at thirteen homers on the season Braves in control the Sunday night game on ESPN an eleven five win over the Indians. Josh Donaldson with his first multi Homer game since twenty seventeen against the Red Sox. While the Blue Jays is I Homer was on the six lowest lowest picci's hit for a Homer in his career was about a foot and a half off the ground and took it out of the park. Brave. Eleven eleven five speaking of multi Homer games and now Kinley ready. Here's the.

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"yelich" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"So it's a challenging decision. There's no there's no question about it. In terms of giving yourself the best percentage chance to stop them from scoring. Christian yelich is probably among the most people that I met in baseball. And I related a conversation yesterday in the podcast that I had with him a few years ago. And I do think that he probably has changed his own perception of self dramatically because I remember standing at spring training with in Colorado, and we're talking about his power, and this is a time where he had double digit homers that was a lot and I just mentioned to him. Boy, if you ever got out of Miami, you might be able to hit twenty someplace and when I mentioned that number. He looked to be like I said that he was going to climb mount ever spoke like like twenty. Wow. And it feels like that he's learned a lot about himself over the last year. I mean, you know, do you think that when he was back with the Marlins he thought himself as maybe being a guy was gonna hit forty or fifty and a season. I'm not sure I, you know, the one thing that that's so interesting is I remember that you know, the team that won that one the the WB see what was it was a two thousand and seven bright seventeen when they won. And I can remember talking to him after the fact and couple of things that stood out one that I thought was really funny was that I believe he told me that he was cut from every team USA team that he ever tried out for and then he hits heard which is funny. Team USA team. And then there's the major leaguer shore team USA it hits heard. And then the other part of it was I do remember specifically having a conversation with him. And he wouldn't give me the names. Although you had a decent idea who they were how he would go out to dinner with guys and listen to them, and they were talking about launch angle stuff. They were talking about the need to get the ball in the air and having the conversation with him about that. That's not really what he does. What how he clearly absorbed? What they were saying. So he's a smart smart dude as well guy. I yeah. And so I think there's another thing, you know, he he's one of those guys. It's reminds vow to that, you know, when he hits the three home. Runs. He did his flips on the field the other day. I don't know whether you saw that. But they made a big deal about it. Because he goes this flip drill underneath. And he does it every day. But he decided to do it on the field to see where seaworthy ball would go and everybody with the brewers was like freaking out about it. Because they don't get to see it normally. And then he he did it on the field. But I mean, you know, he was in a stretch was like old for nine and feels like, you know, the sky is falling. It's like out to you know, we go to Houston. Sometimes you'll see wholesale to aid. You'd be like, hey, man, how you doing? And he'll be like. Yeah. Man. I'm just I'm grinding. And like everybody else around him is looking at him like, really? Three twenty five average your sleep. So, but these guys have been places that ninety nine percent of the other players haven't been you know, what I mean? That's what. And they're fueled in a way, that's different. So it's just. It's what makes them special. They're just different last one on yelich. I'm gonna ask you the same thing. I asked him at the beginning of this season about the Christian yelich trade with the Marlins if you look at what is doing and he's twenty seven years old. He's already won MVP award. The key piece in that deal is, you know, for the Marlins Lewis Brinson hitting two seven to fifty eight on base percentage. He's twenty four years old yelich now has more extra base hits than Brinson has hits this season. At the time. This deal went down. I remember getting texts from people with other team saying, oh my God. This is a one sided trade. So I suggested the Tim the beginning of the season. When y'all got off to a great start..

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"yelich" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"yelich" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"So that shows up get started at. Football dot com. That's flip board dot com. So when I saw that trade the first thing that I thought of was they basically took Lewis Brinson in what they wanted him to be took Brinson and D as in a couple in a pitcher and made got Christian yelich for a lot of years, by the way. It's it's a long con-. He's still under contract for a while. But you took what you wanted Brinson to be in win got it. You got Christian yelich back who basically is top. He was MVP. Like, let's put it that way. I don't even have to say top anything. He was the National League MVP. He can put the ball where everyone's just like you said, the each row comparison is awesome, in my opinion. And he like you said franchise changer. He adds an element to that to this lineup that they didn't have four. There was never a guy on this roster in my opinion that could literally just basically pick a field and put it there, and he adds everything to this team. And I think that was a big boost it was and I can tell you. There is no way the. Brewers would get where they were without Christian yelich. And when they had to pull off that move, David Stearns general manager ended up going to the ownership and said, this is what we wanna do. And we're not gonna only just get this guy. But we're going to get Lorenzo Cain. And when when you make that kind of move for gala Christian yelich, you have to weigh the factor of him having proven big league success versus prospects. No Brinson, Ed some major league experience, but really not too much in prospects for the most part are unknown. While yelich is a guy that's proven that he can be effective at the big league level. And I think that was a move that when they considered all factors was one that they needed to make and for one year, and I think for a lot longer David Stearns is going to be called the general manager that really changed baseball in Milwaukee for a long long time. So we're gonna talk about Lorenzo Cain here in a second. But we're going to kind of deep dive into prospects. If you had to if you had to pick your favorite three outfield prospects in the system, the number one guy that I'm really high on for the brewers would be Corey Ray. He's a guy that as speed in the field. He doesn't exactly have the strongest arm, but he's got upset with his bat. And he's a guy that debris who's in some parts are really high on. And I know that they've had guys or they've had other teams call about him, and he's been rumored in a possible package for Allie, Madison Bumgarner, and from all the things I can gather Bumgarner is not going to end up in Milwaukee..

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"yelich" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"yelich" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"For game two from Miller park in Milwaukee Friday afternoon, Christian yelich, second player in brewers history or the home run and stolen base and a playoff game. After the game was over and the brewers celebrated in walk off fashion. Yelich join ESPN MLB reporter, Jesse Rogers. Took a little longer than you may have expected but tell talk about the emotions right now. Team all year. You got to move on from now soon as possible. Dobie tied in. And that's interesting moving on after they tied the game late like that you have to set aside, those emotions and feel positive vibe in that in that, Doug. I don't you. Yeah. You can't let it affect you. Obviously. You got set aside move on like you said. You guys did a great job. Let's go back to your home run one of many in the last month or so for you. Did you look for a change up? It looked like you were waiting for one. For. Just walk law right there. So if you don't wanna you don't wanna let them off the boat. At the same time heart. And fortunately, they will do that. Let's talk about might move stock as you must know he's not gonna let the moment. Get too big. He's played in some big games. What's your view of that bad on the field? Amazement telling us all year. The show is out. Came through and deliver. Now here for us. Congratulations question. Thank you brewers..

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"yelich" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"yelich" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Dot com. Slash p. Mt skin. Okay, let's get to some segments. Thanks douse Brayden in Christian yelich. One address the many people that have undoubtedly tweeted us already asking how community do soggy sorrows because I got enough shit. I'm dealing with right now. Okay. I guess I can do another time. I've already done some guitars. You've never done it PF to eight or shit. And you only you did shit because you had to? Well, I did it because you've all. Because it could be dukes year. I did it because I the commitment to our listeners, I have you. Okay. Slim. Tonight, what consonant BYU, but they're back Hank if you heard. Not over a game that ruins their season. I will definitely do que. Did Did it. it not that doesn't qualify doing a five hours to a bunch of these at live to watch. My misery wasn't enough soggy sorrows forever. You need me to be sweat too. Yourself water. I mean, I don't wanna I don't wanna do it. It's gonna set. You. Pecan. There you go. Thank you. Cool off. Yeah, more than anything fucking running. I'm running. I'm gonna engine run too hot. You're bigger man than most. Thank you for doing that. All right, chewed you some segments? Yep. First up, we have bad visual. Kobe Bryant, what Trump he. That's all. It's it's kind of you. Kind when I'm when I'm thinking. I just said it was in dearly. Everyone. Everyone was going to ask that question. It's just it. No, I did. You me. No way. No. I don't see end up for still for you all night in the livestream because you have more agonize said, be nice. You like I don't want. I want to. To win. So the cat can really feel pain to like my parents are going into boss. Right? And I mean, this is. All right. Let's do some segments. First up. We have bad visual. Kobe Bryant. The internet was aflame because it looked like Kobe, Bryant actually did. He wasn't standing directly in front of Matt Barnes in the famous flinch video, and everyone was saying pussy. It's not as bad as we thought it was. Yes, I, I watched the film his hysteria instead goes back into the left. Yeah, into the left. There was significant hysteria I because everyone's like holy shit. Everything I thought I knew is a lie. People were saying, Kobe Bryant's not as tough as as we thought he was people say. Maybe Matt Barnes is tougher than we think he is a lot of things that we thought we knew. For fact, we're being questioned for about two hours on the internet, and then we saw the other images like actually not as bad as well. I think it's the other way around. I was questioning Matt Barnes toughness because I thought Matt Barnes was cool enough to like put the ball directly in Kobe's face. Yes, it turns out he what he was the one being to push. Why are we shaming Kobe Bryant for. For not flinching at a ball that was not thrown out his face. Right? So this is actually Matt Barnes prob. His advantage, his image took the worst hit and Coby Bryant. It also is just such a funny. Like, can I actually, you know what? Now that I'm thinking about it, I had a bone pick. This is NBA Twitter trying to steal shine at all times. I'm kind of sick of it. NBA Twitter, you guys hog a lot of the light. Okay. Everyone's like NBA Twitter, so great. MB Twitter, so grave. All the players chirp each other Boba football's October's football days, chill out. Let's have a fucking month. Tuesday morning was supposed to be gifts of Pat Mahomes stone left handed way you could deal with that. You could like, oh, we need to get some petty going on. It's crazy. I'll tell you what I'm taking it back in solitaire that Pat Mahomes gift should have been the story this. I'm gonna do the rest of this podcast left handed. I'm sick. I'm sick of. I love MBA Twitter, it's great. It has a time and place. It just feels like everyone's trying to push it on us. Nonstop. Okay. Enough. NBA Twitter, you get your time. We're going all pay attention to you. You little millennial patch on the head and say, good job. Everyone loves NBA Twitter. You get.

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"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So seems happier. Once the season started it sorta as sort of an outside observer, it's a little confusing to me why you allow Christian yelich who doesn't really have a lot of power in this negotiation to force his way out considering his number. It just seems bizarre to me. He must have been a real problem. And what I know about Christian yelich which is really not much just doesn't seem like that guy. I know there are these whispers that he's a bad clubhouse guy, but look at him. How could he possibly be a bad clubhouse guy? You know, I saw him one time like it was like a first or second year. I remember it was the day of the all star game. He wasn't an also at the time. Obviously it was the day of the all star game. I was walking through dolphin mall. I was going to get rotel pizza, take home, and I saw Christian yelich just walking around the mall by himself. And I was like, hey, that's Christian yelich. And I was like, this is the perfect place for Moreland to hide, like the perfect place for more than two hide is indulge. All no one would know who anybody was, and he was like, it was his first year. His second year. I'm like, I think on the only. The person in this mall who knows who he is. He does look like he'd be kind you just see. I've met a guy. I met him once at that that Tobin event where he ate crow because he hit twenty. One runs in here we are. He hit thirty one with very outside chance at maybe being a forty home run hitter, which is just the most bizarre thing to me. So frustrating because his, it's been so clear for years that he was going to turn into this guy. He's a fantastic player. He's a fantastic player can do it all. It's a bummer that he's not here, but you know, who is here the Marlins added a player. I saw recently on my timeline. Marlins man signed a contract with a with the Miami Marlins. He has bought his way back in Billy explain this me because I thought he was sort of blacklisted from the Marlins and they had an auction and Marlins man who by all accounts is wealthy, has purchased his way back into this scenario. I saw actually a video on ESPN. It's more Orleans man back in good graces with Marlins and I'm like, I don't think that's necessarily the case. So the more. Every year, do fantasy auction that they, you know, during the game, you can bid on all these experiences and one of the experience. And he always if you're watching the game, he's always bidding on everything and it'll say Marlins Manley on the entire board for like the first four innings until people come and actually start bidding things up. But he'll bid on everything at the beginning and he bid. I think I believe he won two things. He won like player for a day. Anyone like a broadcast experience. So he it seems as though because it seems that the the, the Marlins and him had had a falling out and he was, you know, well, they did. They'd be having jeeter. Do you know who I am in? He? Were there you were there at the well, she wasn't screaming he was asking, do you know who I am? He was trying to get Derek jeeter to right around in his Marlins. Mobile down ocean drive was asking to throw it a first page at this state of the Marlins meeting townhall that they had before the season where jeeter try to fix everything with the fans. They allegedly rejected some Riddick. I don't remember. It was like two hundred thousand dollar check or something that he tried to send them. He was trying to basically make up his own season ticket plans and packages, and they were like, no, that's not how it works because he wanted discounts. And then he kept proposing loyalty program where I give you more now I pay less whatever. So they had a falling out and he threatened didn't. He threaten to go to another team saying that he had several offers, but here he is still Marlins, man? Yeah. I mean, yeah, I guess royals man doesn't work like you're wearing a blue jersey..

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"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"But when you ever hear, I like you always hear some stupid stat that this is the first time it's happened since thirty two, you rarely hear first time an OB history. It is a pretty random game that establishes a really long sample and in all those years of playing hundreds and hundreds of games, thousands for this never happened. It's kind of shocking that there's still stuff that's never happened in major league baseball, but it's random. It's random that he got a cycle against the same team. That's not like something that was skill random. You think history will remember this Christian yelich trade. That's my first question. Do you think history will remember this Christian yelich trade. And do you think it might be one of those rare win wins? Because this dude might win an MVP. I think after Paul looking at over, you can make a really solid argument that he might even be the favourite at this point for the National League. But you got Brin Diddy Brindisi will. I mean, look honest. Really, it looks like they lost his trade out. We did get Brindisi which I love. He's my favorite player, but I want to say that you have to wait to see like what the people that got. 'cause they got more than Brinson. They got other prospects, but like you would still have had yelich for like four or five more years. Let's stroll. His contract is the reason why we lost that trait, yellow chips. The perfect kind of player to build around here. I don't understand, obviously, other major league baseball teams understood the value that Christian yelich head, which is why the Marlins supposedly got this hall in their defense, which is a rare thing that you're going to hear from me, but in their defense, if you know he wasn't buying in and he was what they presented as somewhat of a locker room problem. And he wasn't going to be, you know, going along with this rebuilding, he's going to be causing problems in the locker room. Then I guess I understand what you have to move him. Just like, I don't understand the thing about the trades that I don't get is they need to cut payroll, which obviously was one of the most important things. But if they have these pieces and you really rebuilding, I mean, I guess they really liked the package from Milwaukee, right. 'cause if not, why wouldn't you hold onto him for another? You have them for four or five more years. Whatever it is like, wow. Why wouldn't you hold onto him for another year and get? Absolutely the best thing unless they felt like they really, really needed to move him. But real Nitto is doing the same type stuff as the eligible. I don't know though because there's like, that's what we hear. But did he ever say anything like did we ever hear him say anything because I, that's something that was put out there, but who put that out there because when they talked to him, he doesn't seem upset about anything like he seems like a very even keeled guy, and I never heard him like the quotes were never JT Rome, Utah said to a reporter, like I wanna move or any of that. It was always through somewhere else. So where did that come in the Marlins or making all those moves this off season, which who in the right mind, what player on the Marlins would be looking at that? Like, yes, this is awesome. Like any player is going to be like, oh, man, we just traded STAN. We just trade Zona. It makes sense for them to be a little fresher with that. But once they got into spring training room, you toes like, all right, I'm the guy here like this is kinda cool. Like, I think if yelich would have just been upset, kept quiet and got to training spring training, then we could have just moved on. And he could have been happy here just like real meat..

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"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"yelich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's night and day doing this local hour in mid September as opposed to hang it in the summer so much to discuss locally, Dwayne, Wade's back. You're Miami Dolphins are to annoy and I place in the AFC east you a Miami hurricanes are doing their thing. Hell even David Beckham is targeting Leo Messi. We probably won't get into that. But I just wanted to say David Beckham is targeting Lio Messi, but we begin with Christian yelich and a dejected. Billy Gill Billy. Did you watch what Christian yelich did. Last night I saw Christian yelich is the first player in major league baseball history to hit two cycles against the same team. He did it against the reds and I, you know, me I don't really pay much attention to baseball. I'd like to see what's going on on sportscenter highlights and Twitter. Just I know what the talking points are. I had a look up Christian yelich stats since the all star game. This guy's gonna win. NL MVP Billy. We started going over it me and Chris, he's not really. He's not the best at anything. He's like top five top ten in a bunch of things, but there's always a Goldschmidt that's going to be there to take the MVP is always Goldschmidt. He's always a goals went. That's going to be their hobby. By is, is there I want him to win. It would be nice if he won, but what yelich has going for him is that he's on like a crazy hot streak in the second half like the voters us they like a second half. So in the second half, he's leading almost every category might be the second half and the lack of true competition. If Satan were with the Marlins he'd be in this conversation because he's having a really good year out in the American League, but there's just stronger competition out there. But let me read you the sets Christian yelich cincy all-star break, slugging percentage, seven thirty three. That's good for first in major league baseball hit seventy seven good for first of major league baseball. Batting average three fifty five second in MLB. Opie s one point one, four, nine second in MLB since he all separate RBI fifty second. So. Oh, he's either first or second in all those categories. Since the all-star break, this guy is on an absolute tear if he was on the Marlins doing that, he wouldn't be in the conversation. It's because the team is relevant and they're gonna make the playoffs right now. They're leading the wildcard by a couple of games, three games. I think that's an excellent point. I don't really know how much of a difference this makes if he were on the the Miami Marlins they're not going to be much better because one individual player can only mean so much. I house Marlins pitching staff. They're all right. You know why this yelich thing hurts because the more than of any cycles. No, cycling Vicks. Wait. A second never had a cycle. A bit of a random thing. Wouldn't you rather have three Homer game than a cycle right now, I wanna cycle because it's never happened. I want what I can't have, and this guy has to now how many times of the Marlins Benet triple away from the psalm, I would say that a triple away from the cycle. Why? Because that's the easiest triples the hardest thing like I, I don't know this that's on this, but I guarantee you there have been so many triples away from the cycle in compared to how many cycles there have been guaranteed. Has there ever been anyone that was like a single away from the cycle and then they got another triple that's Mistry stop it for. Sorry, I would just stop it. First basement. History doesn't remember them as a as a cycle hitter. This is pretty cool Christian yelich pretty cool when it's the first thing first time that's ever happened in MLB history usually in baseball because it's been around so long. It's like, oh, this is the first time. This has happened since forty two, but this is literally the first time in anytime that happens. I mean, there's so many stupid things in baseball. Track of that. It's like the things have lost their level..

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"yelich" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"yelich" Discussed on WEEI

"Play the day brewers radio network there. It is mister yelich by the Christian yelich. We talked about it last week. If you're not paying attention Christian yelich is starting to quickly thrust his name in to the MVP conversation. If you're like in the National League, and you're looking for a National League MVP yellow cheese. Second in batting average three fifteen where is he in home runs right now. He's in the twenties. Let me quickly pull that up. I can't remember where he is home run wasn't Matt carpenters now at thirty five, and obviously he is also kind of throwing his name into that conversation. Yellow shakes twenty seven home runs. He's tents in the majors in National League. In home runs with a three fifteen. Batting average has sixteen stolen bases has Eighty-three RBI's. Like, I guess they're. I guess the front runner for MVP. In the National League. I don't know if there one for what Matt carpenter is done as of late. He's there Paul Goldschmidt just quietly once again doing his thing on an Zona team that may end up in the postseason again to ninety five thirty one home runs seventy nine RBI's. He's gotta be right there. If you believe that the numbers are inflated in Colorado, and you want to your knock Nolan at our Nado for that. That's fine. But he's numbers are still disgustingly. Good at three one thirty one home runs and ninety two RBI's. You got hobby bias who has been nothing. Short of miraculous for the Chicago Cubs. Batting two hundred nine now just dipping below three hundred. He's got thirty home runs a hundred RBI is. And then like I was saying yellow has the least he's in that conversation at three fifteen with twenty seven home runs. Eighty-three RBI's in the sixteen stolen bases wins above replacement. If that's your kind of thing havi biases is number one of the guys that are going to be considered. He's at five point six Matt carpenter is it five point two. So the National League MVP race just like the National League Cy Young race is intriguing. You go to the American League. I don't know. Is it JD Martinez? You gonna give it to a guy that mostly plays? D? H? Isn't Mookie Betts are they? Going to force each other to kind of split that vote a little bit. So dude is just continuously doing his thing. But then continuously not getting wins. How much do you hold the wins the win total against him? I don't know. And then I guess like even for it does depend on your stance on Cy youngs. In MVP's. Are you willing? To take them from teams that are not really relevant in the postseason team like Tampa Bay with Blake Snell. Seventy four wins is so much better than expected, but twenty games out of the east and to Graham in the Mets, they stink. You know? Do you care? I don't know the cardinals right now if the playoffs began today, they'd be would they be in? I don't know. What are the reasons why I'm not a voter? I would way some of that. If I had to cast my vote today. I don't want to say this because producer GARRETT'S gonna jump for joy. I think I'm probably giving hobby by the MVP in the NFL. Yeah. Yeah. I think you you have seven seconds. Would he be your MVP?.

MVP National League Matt carpenter Matt carpenters National League Cy Young Paul Goldschmidt Mookie Betts American League Cy youngs brewers JD Martinez Chicago Cubs Mets Tampa Bay cardinals Zona Colorado Nado producer Blake Snell