6 Burst results for "Yu Chang"
Rays beat Yankees 9-0 to move within 5 games in AL East
"The AL east race got a little tighter with the rays 9 zero route of the Yankees winning pitcher Jeff springs allowed four hits over 5 and two thirds helping the rays pull within 5 games of the division leading Yankees Shut out that team They're really good So it's definitely a big momentum you know rolling into tomorrow and we'll try to see what we can do tomorrow and keep it rolling Christian Beth had court made it three zero with a two run Homer in the 7th inning Manuel Margot singled home a pair while Tampa Bay erupted for 6 runs in the 8th Yu Chang added a two run infield single in the 8th I'm Dave ferry
Rasmussen no-hit try into 6th after near-gem, Rays top KC
"Drew Rasmussen continued his hot stretch and the rays beat the royals 5 to two Rasmussen took a no hitter into the 6th inning 6 days after coming within three outs of a perfect game He was charged with two runs two hits and one walk along with 8 strikeouts in 5 and two thirds innings leaving the game with a four one lead Taylor walls and yandy Diaz furnished RBI doubles for Tampa Bay Yu Chang sparked the raised three run second with an RBI single Pete Fairbanks worked the knife to get his third save and complete a four hitter I'm Dave fairy
D-backs score go-ahead run on balk, beat Rockies 6-4
"The rays erupted for 7 runs in the 9th inning to beat the tigers 7 zero The game was scoreless until Gregory Soto walked yu Chang and yandy Diaz with the bases loaded Brandon Lau followed with a two run single and Randy arose arena added a two run double Raise opener drew Rasmus and pitched three scoreless innings and Colin poche got the win Tigers starter Matt Manning pitched 7 shutout innings allowing four hits and three walks while striking out 7 The outcome keeps Tampa Bay two games behind Toronto for the first AL wild card birth I'm Dave fairy
Tigers beat McClanahan, Rays 9-1 on Lou Whitaker Night
"The tigers retired Lou Whitaker's number one before ending the three game skid 9 one over the raise Harold Castro drove in two runs and scored twice in helping Detroit win for just the 5th time in its last 21 games The tigers put it away with a 5 run 7th capped by Miguel Cabrera's RBI double Javi Baez added a two run double to back Garrett hill who allowed one run over 5 and a third innings Hill and the tigers bullpen blank Tampa Bay after yu Chang homered in the second Shane mcclanahan took the loss giving up four runs on 6 hits and 7 innings He's ten and 5 I'm Dave ferry
"yu chang" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"I think it's probably early for many trades and once in a while there's a trade in early June, not very often, but obviously sellers because we've got some really bad teams and we got some really great teams. So we got some obvious buyers, you know, I do think the cubs will be a seller, pirates, certainly should be a seller, the reds will be a seller. Of course we know the a's have been selling a long. So we know there is seller, I think the rockies could be a seller. We'll see. They've been reluctant to sell the past. Diamondbacks, they've done well. Yeah, I don't want to rip them, but you know, ultimately they may be a seller as well. So, I mean, chili a lot of sellers. Now many of those teams, you know, don't have the type of players that containing teams are going to want, they have young players or frankly bad players, which is why they are, but you're right, rain either some good, there's some very good pieces on every team. There's no team with nobody. We're trading. You know, you just mentioned the team that I did want to ask you about, John, that's the Arizona Diamondbacks. This team is good. They're not a bad team. They're a good team. They're currently at 500, and the only reason I feel like they're at 500. They have the misfortune of being located in Phoenix. That's just it. You put them in any other division, they might be, they might be battling right now for first place. It's almost frustrating to watch because they are a pretty damn good team. Is that a team that you think would sell or do you think that's a team that might even look to buy to maybe stock up for next year? Well, that would be an interesting strategy. Normally teams were just focused on the year at hand. So I'm just going off the history of it and seems more likely they would sell me, certainly have relieved pieces that people could be interested in and Kennedy, you know, I got to give them credit. I saw them early and it didn't feel, and they had one guy hitting over 200, and that was beer. And he's now really not part of the mix. And to be around 500, it's pretty amazing. And with the number of games they played against the Dodgers, and I thought that's what you would say, but it's all division. You're right. It's the whole division. They're in the toughest division to be around 500 with where we thought they would be. I give them credit. That said, I think ultimately, more likely they'd be a seller, but you're right. It's not a complete given. They may want to take a run at 500 or better season. I don't see them as a playoff team nationally. It's going to be tough. I mean, look at those teams that actually, at this point, you know, Philly will not be in Atlanta will not be in it. San Francisco fighting for their lives. I think it's pretty tough because I do think the feelings are better than they've shown. I think the brains are much better than they've shown. And I think it's going to be tough to be one of those 6 playoff teams. So I don't see Arizona doing that being a buyer. It's an interesting concept that you bring up though. Maybe for next year, it's not out of the question because they do not have pieces that are going to get a ton back. They have some pieces, but not a lot of them. Yeah, because I just looked around lineup, like the pieces, the offensive pieces. I mean, there's no one there really could or really should move. I mean, Marte has been signed to an extension, so he's going to be around for a while. You're probably not going to get much out of Peralta. Really, they're pitching is the thing that's really valuable. They got Zach gal and go in today, Zach Allen's been incredible. Well, I can't trade him. Potential ace. As long as he can stay healthy. And that's always a big effort with all these young pitchers, but I mean, I saw him out at Citi Field. He would look ahead of all that day. He's terrific. Were they trade mad bomb? I mean, you know, he's looking at that team. That would be an interesting one. He certainly has done better. Certainly brenn strum has done a very good job there and everybody in that rotation seems to be doing better, but maybe said something to him that he's going to carry over if he is traded. You know, that's a contract that they could, you know, it would be worth moving if they ended up being a traitor. You know, I'm glad you brought up Brent storm because yeah, you know, you normally can't sit around. It's very lofty to say who the best coaches and baseball are, but it seems as though there's two coaches that no matter where they go, they are just ungodly successful. And it's another coach that I mentioned earlier, hitting coach, Kenny long over the Phillies, and Brent strahm. Like it's just what these guys do with their players. It's not like they have information that others don't have. Baseball is so filled with information. It's crazy. What makes these guys incredible is how they're able to make the information digestible and understandable and also getting players at the big league levels to make adjustments is already a tricky thing. But seeing how these guys do it and what they get out of their pictures, how they've changed careers. Look what he did with Verlander. Look what he did with Cole and look what he's doing with that entire Diamondbacks pitching staff. I mean, just not enough words can give him some credit. I agree. I'm not exactly sure why Houston moved on from him. I mean, called the retirement, but obviously he wasn't ready to retire. And he's outstanding. You know, the coaches can make a huge difference, you know, Dave Duncan, for years. Tony La Russa's right hand man wasn't even a pitcher, but what a great pitching coach he was and how he helped so many pictures become so much better than they had been. You know, right now, you know, I would say Matt Blake with the who came from the Cleveland organization where you get a lot of a lot of people come from that organization and do quite well. Yankees pitching coach has done a great job I mean tie on is doing great severino is great clay homes. You know, Yankees have done really well picking guys up, you know, like homes and some of these others, Nestor Cortez, right now, he might be leading the Cy Young race. And now the veranda had one bad game, I mean, he was a guy who was released by the Orioles. And the Mariners. So I'd say Matt Blake is the great job. And I got to give props to the Indians. Sorry. You know, I do that. What am I going to stop doing? The guardians hitting coach Chris palika. I mean, they have really it very well. I would team it today. They got the usual young pitchers, but how are they going to square runs? Well, they're hitting and it's been very, very good to this point. And so maybe he has that knack too, but he's just getting started. He's early in his coaching career, but you're right. Great coach can make a huge difference. I played against him a lot. No, his family well. There are multiple valakas all throughout baseball. There's pat moleka, there's the youngest veleka, and by the way, they all look identical. It's insane. They're all like 5 years apart. They all look the same. And they all went to UCLA, except for except for Chris, who went to UCSB. But yeah, great. Great family, great coaches, great, great everything. I love it. Anybody else in the league you think would really benefit from the trade deadline that we're not thinking of. I mentioned the Diamondbacks. Or seller or buyer for that matter. I think another team right on that cusp is the Mariners. I got to assume they're going to be buyers just to justify the moves they made this off season..
"yu chang" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Then I'll go back to PCG. We'll have it all figured out in a few months. Everything else it will be steady will be autopilot, and then I can go back to this. I have no idea what he thought about my, I think his name is John Wong, and what he thought about what I said at the time, but he was very generous, and he said, okay, that's okay. And he agreed to it. I think he held my place for at least a year. So this is really important and I know I've said that about a number of points, but it's so common for, I think, I would usually get you were talking about dialog modems. I need to stop using the example of people on magazine covers because now the only time you ever see magazines is in the airport. There's not really a thing anymore. But the profiles and so on that you read about entrepreneurs tend to be turned into these romanticized action movies. And there's certainly a lot of action, but when someone says, Zuckerberg dropped out of college, right? And people hear that and they think, oh my God, he threw it all away, burned the ships, bet it all. And it's like, actually, that's not what happened because in many of these schools, you have the ability to defer graduation or come back over a certain period of time or maybe at any point in time and I think helpful for would be entrepreneurs to hear that oftentimes, the best entrepreneurs do take calculated risks, but they also mitigate risk. So you had had this conversation and you had in a sense a safety net of sorts so that you could do this experiment and see what would happen with the company. And I think that it's really helpful to kind of peek behind the scenes. That's a good point. So if we go back to the company, at the time, when you were first getting started with the IT guys who were sleeping in the office during their day job and working at night, what was the name of the company? It's called each net. And everybody's net. In Chinese means interesting exchanges. Interesting exchanges. How do you say that in Chinese? What was the name? Interesting. Of fun. Yeah, yeah, yeah, got it. The sound actually works the translation works. That's cool. So it's a transliteration, but you also have the meaning, which by the way, anyone listening, when you ask someone, if you ever ask a Chinese person to write my name in Chinese, part of the reason it's so hard is you have to think very carefully about what the characters mean. You can't just grab the phonetics and throw something on paper. You have to be very careful about what the actual meaning is. And I actually, I don't know if I ever told you about when I first went to China and was studying at the Beijing, what is it in English? I can't even remember the Beijing. Capital university of business and economics. And I had been given my name my Chinese name at Princeton, which was fading tongue. And fading Chung was Faye, which is like Xiao fei de fei. Expense in a way is the meaning would be like a tip. That Spanish or whatever. But funny enough, you were saying that your parents would call you little bow, right? If people use them out with me, my name is tip. Problem number one with my Chinese name. So Faye was for my last name Ferris. So the T sound was Tim and they used Chung with janza pad. Because I was always so blunt in class. It was like, oh, I see. Tim very honest, because I was a pain in the ass. But the problem with that name, or one of the problems, I'll give two examples of problems when I got to China and you're telling people your name and it's a strange kind of transliterated foreign name. It's not always clear what the hell you're saying. And so some people thought my name was fajita, which is airport, right? So that was a problem. They're like your name is airport. That's strange. Other people heard my name as fate in Chang instead of Chung. And so Tim very long also has problems. So ultimately, we changed my name to fei yu Chang, and used to show, but without the rear at the bottom, it's a pretty rare character. But anyway, so this is just a long way of saying you have to think very carefully about how you name things. For the listeners who do not know Chinese, I would say your Chinese is actually really good. You have Chinese pronunciation is very good. Oh, thanks man. It's very rusty. But I hope to get back in at some point, get back to China because the China I know is 1996 China. I mean, this is like people's liberation. Silk Road with DVDs, burners, inside jackets, and bicycles. I mean, that's the Beijing I know. I've got to take you back to China. You will be just shocked. Your job, you're on the floor. Yeah, visit the sci-fi future. So coming back to each net. When did you actually feel like it was working? Or you thought to yourself, oh my God, this might actually work. When was that moment? Or what were some of the signs, any signs were like, okay, maybe this is the thing..