17 Burst results for "Zach Clark"

"zach clark" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"zach clark" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Welcome to the alley on the run show. I'm your host. Alex feller and it is just us today for this edition of ask allie. This is where you get to call in. And ask whatever's on your mind. And i will do my best to give you my most honest answer. I am fresh off of a three day trip to new york city which was so nice so wonderful. These trips are always really quick and jam packed. And i always go into them thinking. I'm gonna get so much done. I'm to do so much. I'm going to see everyone i know and then in the blink of an eye it's over and i'm back on that amtrak headed north to boston It was a great trip though. I was in town for the new balance fifth avenue mile. Which was this past. Sunday was doing some video stuff for new york roadrunners and new balance. That video should be out sometime this week. So i'll be sure to share it. But i was basically the host for what will be the video recap of the day so i got to run the race in the morning. My heat was at eight fifteen. Am they kind of followed me around. Not while i was running. I was like you do not get to fill me running. I don't know how the pros do it. But they look good when they run. I look less good But they followed me around to the start. And then i did a little recap after of what it was like and then did a quick change in porta because that's life at the races and then i got to spend the entire day doing lots of fun interviews with cool people. A lot of people were very excited to hear that. Two of the people. I interviewed work zach clark and adams who are from the bachelorette but i've never watched that show so to me. They were just people who ran our race. But i also had the privilege of interviewing an f. d. n. y. Firefighter he ran the race. He ran a five thirty so fast. he was part of the nine eleven rescue efforts. Twenty years ago we were Featuring him and honoring him because of course the race was the day after the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven so it was really special getting to talk to him to such a cool guy so it was a busy trip. It was a fun trip. I will talk more about that on a patriotic episode. If you wanna make sure you get that episode in access to all of the extra bonus stuff on patriot on you can go to patriae on dot com slash ali on the run. There's lots of extras over there. And if you're looking for a way to support the show beyond listening which i so appreciate patriot is a great option again. It's patriae on dot com slash alley on the run all right before we get into these questions. Lots and lots and lots of russians have a really big backlog right now just so fun so if you don't hear your question on this one keep listening it'll probably make it into the next one or the one after that but before we do that. I like to start these episodes with a deep breath because then it ensures that i take one deep breath every other week so Join me won't you. Let's take a big cleansing and coming deep breath together and then we'll get into the good stuff good job now. If you wanna ask a question for the next edition of ask ali so love to hear from you. You can call the official alley on the run show voice mailbox. It is nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. That number is in the show notes. It's wherever you're listening to this episode and it's on my website again. Nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine.

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"zach clark" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast

Reality Steve Podcast

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"zach clark" Discussed on Reality Steve Podcast

"A little help for our friends and your co host is forget her last name. What's doctor dr kit mcmahon. She's got her she's got her doctorate. And you guys are currently on a break. You did thirty seven thirty eight episodes for season. One all different topics you can go check it out on any place. You can listen to podcasts. A little hope for our friends and then when will season to be starting. We are about to start recording again. We're gonna do a big publishing push into media push so It's sort of tvd. But honestly they're they're not too tied to the present time so listening to pass episodes. It's it's going to be just as valuable as like listening week by week. Say briefly the podcast is a mental health. Podcast could be my co-host just graduated from her. Phd at duke. I'm getting my phd at duke and in clinical psychology and so it's a mental health podcast and we like to think about mental health as a systems problem. It's not just the individual and so you listening out. There might have a friend or a loved one suffering from depression or ocd. You're borderline personality disorder in this is really for you to know what they're going through but it also to know how to help them and help them find treatment and also set your own boundaries. Because i know that mental health can take an immense hole on the friends of the family. So that is a little helper friends. We also talk about egg freezing and a couple of different episodes. And i just want to say for any of you worried about your own fertility or for those of you who want to start worrying facility. A modern modern awesome way to start just to get just to get knowledge about your hormones. And what kind of count you might be working with and then if you wanna take a step further I would start asking your gynecologist about further tests. You can do like an ultrasound in addition There there were a couple in season. One that were show related in the fact. That you guys had zach clark on tasteless. Luzon say to talk about his drug addiction in his past. And you guys had been higgins on recently to talk about his beliefs some sort of mental breakdown that he had recently greg just talking about loneliness what it was like in the public eye some kind of more social anxiety type judge type things but those are on there and yeah it's a little help for our friends You can find on any of the podcast apps out there. So jacqueline an hour and half didn't think it was. Yeah it was and it's broken out. I looked at the time on this Basically like twenty minutes on gas lighting forty minutes on my reporting and the last half hour. Roughly about your Your egg freezing. So it's a good breakdown of people that want to listen to the breakdowns about everything. So thank you again Jacqueline good luck with everything and we will Certainly be in touch. I'm going to I'm going to vegas this weekend. So be on standby. Yeah so Enjoy Well whatever.

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Ended up filing for a restraining order. It's unclear from the documents whether their friendship was soured and robbie moved out but allegedly according to the documents. Jeff states that at least once a week robbie enters his property without permission and it becomes hostile. Says i do not feel safe around him. And jeff continues to say that he threatens me instill hasn't stopped to this day. He claims that he has belongings in there and that is why he enters. But he's not on the lease at. It's making me fearful well. It's a big step to get a restraining order and Follow that story as a continues. Obviously it's temporarily. I think in in place right now and Over time we'll see if it goes in and becomes personally granted. Well teixeira adams was on this podcast. spoke very openly when she came on about her relationship with zack and kind of how. They're processing through this season of life rotation super-busy in running his facilities. Well the headline reads this tastes. Atoms responds after fan questions. Then her cryptic never settle post about zach clark alright. So basically put out a tweet. On friday where she said never settle dot dot dot and then a fan said this better not be about zack. And then asia responded saying chill corley. And i think that was the girl's name chill corley. I don't think it is about zach. She was really on our podcast. Like benji said and she talked about how she feels like their relationship while they have to be away from each other a lot it. It still works for them Well obviously it's never easy to be in relation especially when the two people are living apart and moving on but again she spoke about it with ashley on the almost famous podcast. Which is this podcast. So it's pretty easy to go back. Listened to that episode to get even more details about that headline well ashley great podcasts. Thank you too. Ashley frazier williams for joining us today again. Go out and fill out your bachelor in paradise bracket right. now it's not too late at batch. Bracket dot com go to almost famous league. Felt your team updated each week. Astronaut competing winner..

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"zach clark" Discussed on Trading Secrets

Trading Secrets

05:12 min | 4 months ago

"zach clark" Discussed on Trading Secrets

"That being said talk about a restart. David zach clark episode recap. What do you got for me. What do you think. I think it was super inspiring. I think it's so different from anything that we've done. But it's just so inspiring to see how one can kind of laugh at those experiences that he's had and had the pure reflection and clarification of where he's at in his life because of what he's been through. I just couldn't believe you. Know how open and ron honesty was. I thought it was incredible episode. And like you said. Look it's is trading secrets about Around our life even though it that happens around us sometimes. You don't even know that it was just so incredible and yeah might not have been dollars and sense of something that we're used to but my god was that just like an eye opening raw Podcast yeah raw interview and obviously someone that has just endured a lot but saw the light at the end of the tunnel found a way to kind of get through. Just all the crazy bullshit when i say crazy bullshit. I just like some of the stuff. I couldn't even understand but it was kind of like fascinating when we did get into the dollars and cents like when we did talk about how much drug dealer is paying for this. Think about the things that he you know. It's an industry untapped Zach gave us trading secrets to and that's why it's so relevant because it is a world it's a world that's exists it's it's a black market world right. It's ones that people are doing money laundering to evade taxes. But think about the extent to which he talked about going like. Faking the gallbladder surgery so he could get pills. It's just a mind blown but the fact that he could use that experience is a launch pad to what he's doing now and you talk about business full circle..

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"zach clark" Discussed on Trading Secrets

Trading Secrets

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"zach clark" Discussed on Trading Secrets

"Released recovery foundation by personal handle is w clark. Certainly will probably responded. You're asking for some form of help. I've been pretty guilty about that. I won't respond. You wanna ask questions about my dating life or anything like that but You know people in ne- we try to get back to you at the end of the day. We're we're here to kind of chop wood and carry water. Try to help we blow. That's awesome. Thank thank you. So much for comment on If i didn't have to end this because we got everyone here. I continue to stay on but Being so open about your story and the struggles that you overcame. I think inspires educates and just gives people So much hope for for your story and for people that they've seen friends that they have loved ones that they have going through similar stotts. So keep doing what you're doing man. It is awesome. I can't wait for us to finally get the hang out in person. Here's sooner than later. Given the fact we were stuck in the new mexico bubble. But it's it's really good chatting with you. And i know you'd spent some time extra over the hour so everyone here and myself appreciate it. Yeah i'm just catching up. On this. Chatty i mean we got people chiming in about like people that we've i mean like it's this is the shit i'm talking about like you know this is this is the stuff this is why we do what we're doing. So you know peace love to everyone and keep going. I appreciated jason. Rian the closing bell on the zach. Clark episode david and jason. We do here we break down and recap our guest. David is the voice of the viewer..

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"zach clark" Discussed on Trading Secrets

Trading Secrets

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"zach clark" Discussed on Trading Secrets

"In cash. Where you put back on myself. I like that. So you're investing in your businesses and everything that your running and you have control of. Yeah we're about to launch an app. We use a million bucks to keep ron what we're doing more people so i like that usually every answer. We get either accompanying crypto real estate. But i liked it. You get a million bucks. You're putting it back in yourself. You control the return and no one else. You know what i appreciate about john. The bachelorette to the first time. I saw you you iraq in a suit and you had the kicks go and i feel like you. You're just a massive sneaker. Had and tell me if. I'm wrong but i'm curious. What is the most you've ever spent on a pair of sneakers and have you ever used your sneakers as like an actual investment collection. I have buddies. Who have this inventory of their sneaker collection like they're trained stocks. Is that zach clark. A looking at my at my knickers aligning my apartment here. i'll probably been like fifteen orange to grand into a paradox. It so are you aware well. How often you wearing those. All the buying the where i mean like. I don't get the people that by the text than they've been the box. I mean the hair wore on. The show was a was a pair of travis. Scott toward one's There were probably like thirteen hundred and they're probably going for like eighteen. I mean there is the risk value to having something like they do. The value does. Oh yeah but it's i love him. I love it what my business partners is a massive sneaker got. I need help the sneaker game but for tastes perspective. Did she recognize when you were those travis. Scott son when she like. Oh damn those like two thousand dollars sneakers or do you think she's. She's not in the sneaker game. Couldn't appreciate the value on your feet. We argued over this once. She claims that she had seek your game before she met me. Which i am gonna plead this on. I think i think i had a little bit. You look she's had a major influence on me. But i think this was the one area where i kinda you know. It's a little bit gotcha. I liked that jason's going to need your help and advice on some of his. You're watching because we gotta we gotta up his game a little bit. Yeah zach when we go zach when we go shopping in new york or when the next time i see a new york you're gonna take me we're gonna go get a pair of sneakers and you're gonna give me some swag because god knows i need it all right so the other thing other than sneakers. What would you say one thing. You spend too much money on that. You're saying i'll never stop that your big golfer. Yeah what's your handicap. I'm going eleven eight right now but that should go down this year. I just i just got refitted Investigating myself for the season software. Your go to guy. We're going on the golf course to all right last question. So i've seen You're on the record saying how you always wanted to have a career in sports so growing up. What was your absolute dream job..

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"zach clark" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on WTOP

"To a total of 11 life without the possibility of parole. Sentences. Plus an additional life sentence was an additional eight years. Four people remain missing after a dredging vessel off the Texas coast caught fire after hitting a natural gas line. Coast Guard captain Edward Gator says six people were taken to hospitals, thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those missing continue our efforts to bring them home to their loved ones. Jim owners and Michigan are pushing to reopen, calling on governor Gretchen Whitmer to allow them to implement their own safety plans in the midst of Corona virus. W W J RADIOS Zach Clark Donald Jordan owns 45 training in Royal Oak, a Detroit suburb, and says not many businesses. Khun stay close for five months. Even if you let us open tomorrow, none of us are going to be doing great, but at least we'll be there for our members for employees for our community, Jordan says They're part of the Corona virus solution, not the problem. Michigan Fitness Association says there are 1100 gyms in the state that employ 43,000 people, said Clark for CBS News, Detroit to tropical Systems could become almost simultaneous threats to the U. S. Gulf Coast early next week, CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson says they could get even sucked into an odd dance around each other or fall apart. Now we're looking at late Sunday early Monday is the first time the storm really can have an opportunity. To strengthen. It looks more and more likely, in fact, looks virtually certain that the keys and South Florida we'll dodge a big bullet on this store. Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Novel any is on his way to a German hospital. He is in a coma after a suspected poisoning that his supporters believed that Kremlin was behind. This is CBS News. Sponsored by progressive Insurance drivers who saved with progressive save over $750 on average caller Click today and Find out if we could save you hundreds on your car insurance. It's another No. Three Friday, the 21st Day of August 2020. It is 75 degrees outside, you're headed down to a low of about 60. Good Friday evening on Del Walters knew this evening a five year old boy recovering tonight after he was shot walking to a grocery store with his mother. All of this happening shortly after four o'clock this afternoon, the second child shot in the nation's capital. In less than 24 hours. Sounds pretty brazen. DC Police chief Peter Newsom says it happened during a street robbery on Congress Street in South East. One of the robbers produced a handgun on fired it multiple times by the gunfire was not the people being Robert instead of five year old boy who is nearby. A mother and a five year old son ought to be able to walk to the grocery store without They're having to take her son to the hospital. The boy is in stable condition, Newsom.

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Like wanted you to do every everybody's going to be different. In regards to that like in regards to that that plate discipline as far as what they feel comfortable with There were times where I felt comfortable. Swing wind the first pitch, and then there are times like I can't really I can't really read the release point as well I need to see it or something. New In regards to the? The like I guess maybe a hitter by hitter basis. It's GonNa have to happen that played. This is going to happen through the wraps that you get and what you're comfortable hitting. if you are if if you're a comfortable hitting, certain bitches with a certain approach than that's what you look for. If you're comfortable with it, then you don't need you, don't really. NATO wants to deviate from that From Your Comfort Zone unless interest situation where maybe you know, you gotta get a guy over or late in. Fields Backer we are letting the game infield in. You gotta hit the sack. Why maybe it's a pitch that you know that you're not comfortable driving a gap, but you can't hit a sack on it or something like. It, that's that's where kind of the knowledge of the game really has to come into play to determine what your discipline is like. I know! Of Self, so guy like you can only singles jobs away like you can't swing it anything but out of fastballs right? Game Plan. Is Pretty much had to do it a single other way and then clogged the basis because I couldn't learn very. I honestly. set asked like towards the end to Connie develop that. I just think the kids don't play a SPA enough. Like younger players don't play baseball now. I mean I can sit here. I might might example that I used from my experience working kids now as we have. Two twins were eleven. And their swings are not what I would consider like. Barry bonds like perfectly. You've twelve year old kids who don't have very swing. We're Dan they're. You're not your your trash coach. Why you on this podcast? But they. What the what they? What they have is, their dad throws them bucket after bucket of just live batting practice, and it's not like he's trying to blow away. He's just they don't spend as much time off the tee or doing like flips like underhand. He just throws to all the time, and they take a pinch, and he thinks it's a strike k. that's a striking to try and hit that bitch or they swing a ball. He's like like he corrects them. He's not doing anything that any other dad can't do. He's just giving them more and more reps I. Feel like the reps that are getting are probably what? We got his kids go to the park plan with ball or whatever we did as younger players. He's just giving them more than all. The other kids are getting is just not I. Mean I don't think it's a secret hiding. Become good at something something which which book it was one of like. Last like four years. They're a bunch of books that also like blurred together for me like champions mind like the talent code. You know what I mean like. There were a bunch of those books that kind of trying to explain. Why talents overrated was another one. I like why some performers become as good as they are, and they mentioned baseball. And they said basically like the reason our was so good is because he had this book that he'd seen like hundred thousand sliders in his career hundred thousand fastball so when you get him into the major leagues ten years deep. He just he's seen everything. You could possibly throw, so his brain is way faster picking out a ball like a ball slider note. That's not strike. I can't hit like he's lightning fast because he's processed that many. You know just like anything else like A. Grocery store clerk on the first day bagging groceries. It's going to be slower than like you know third year. You're just fly 'em through because you. Just you get down. It's like anything else right. Analogy the. Store just king of bagging, but also I mean if you're you're shopping all the little grocery store. Yes, very underrated. They are so fast bagging groceries. There's so much better than everyone else. Not Even Bunny, but Clark Zach Clark is on our on the periscope right now. He said Swing at the first pitches, the approach full of swing down mechanically better ways to word it be ready quote. Unquote would be a better way to word it. Again like Mike. Trout has had a really interesting stat like when He. When he swung at the first pitch, he hit like six fifty. Because he was only swing at the first pitch when it was like right down the middle like when he got his pitch rise to just like a pitchers like mentally. All let's get the about started boop, and they just Bam well, that's. But. That's a staff that someone will misconstrue right. It's like look the best center exactly. It's six Agley. But the other swing every first pitch. It's because he swings relievers pitches. Yeah, he swings of the ones that it would fit into a great in the middle is only he can smash, and that was so good because he played a lot of baseball probably in New Jersey. Yeah I think I think one of the things as far as like the the lack of wraps with baseball. Is You know maybe? There's there's that that ongoing discussion about Oh. Maybe the kids play too much too many games. You know they're playing year, round and actress and stuff. I honestly think that you know and obviously you can't really do it right now, but kids don't really watch baseball. You know I mean. I'm here in Cincinnati and. At, Casteel, he's you know he's best rents. And, like half the kids that I talked to know who we is. Mike. How do you not know the best pitcher in your hometown? You know and so. watching baseball, help me a as or as understanding. Some of you know some of the situation understanding some of the I, guess maybe some of them mannerisms, and some of the things that that the the best of the best did to where you know. Try to apply myself at times you know was my skill level at the same level as those guys, absolutely not, but but I was able to go ahead and understand some of those things, and some of those concepts to where it would work at different different scenarios and different times of the game, and the more and more website got the more successful I got with those with those approaches. I missed. And it's not just watching. It's you have to know what you're watching for. Two and baseball is a really confusing game. Where if you don't know like for example like every year we would talk with our catchers about how the best catcher in the big leagues were, as they give the target as the future goes into his windup, they put gloves down or on the ground. Sometimes so now they're at the bottom. They can come up through it and stop it right. That's the one that catches have gotten remarkably good unless five years. Is You know this Revolution Pitch Framing? They realize how important that was. So, but if you watch a game, you'll never notice that. The you just won't as the average fan. You won't ever noticed that that they do that. It's such a it's. It's like in plain sight, but until someone pointed out and your catch. That actually cares us would never think about it because you know the kept. Miss there, you see them. It probably pitchers doing his thing. The hitters getting ready. You're excited for the ball back. Collision it just. Hiding in plain sight, and so much of the game is like that. Where unless someone pointed out. Hey, watched what key or like watch where so I'm writing. About pitching and I've been talking about middle halves thirds in corners which I I've. I've preached like his boring talking head to all the pitchers if you watch a.

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Get up. Yeah but yeah, so life is coming back. That's the that's the important thing we can go outside. We can go indoors. We can use the restroom life as we used to know it. has restarted must start an APP of a restroom APP. Finder the most cleanline- your radio public restroom. You know if you're anywhere in a city, pull it up. This is where you can use the restroom free. Feel like it would be convenient. Now. I don't know how you. MONETIZE that but I'm sure there's a way just collect data. Tracking people just meet trapping everybody exactly well. We have on the show the rest of the week. We have guests on Friday We have a guest on Friday, but it's confirmed so not going to give you a name. but we do have. We've got things in the in the hopper we've got. We do hitching talk Currently who's committed journeys that Clark Liam, Bowen. Yes, we're GONNA have a pitching talk. Zach Clark Race scowls on the show earlier this year Liam. Villain NBC head coach also on the show Ryan Copeland University Illinois Springfield super, smart pitching, Guy, they're all gonna be in maybe another all star squad bride's moderate. That's GONNA. Be Fun that's in the works, also the cage match between Jefferson and Richard, I suppose. we do have a couple of other people that haven't been yet I. Still Not Allen Nathan on the show. eventually get around to him. and then some of the people who are back in Major League baseball would. PROBABLY MISSED OUR WINDOW But You know so be. will be will be taping showed Sim Murray He was he was co broadcaster with Adam. Bowl. We just had on a recent episode, but now works for. Westwood One. He's out in DC. I think I believe. He hosts once called the daily line. sports gambling show every morning. I WANNA say it's one could be wrong about that. NBC Sports Radio. Maybe we'll. We'll get usually wrong, so that sounds that sounds right Yep. I will thanks for being here. This was the morning brushback. I'm Dan Blewett your bobby Stevens camp. What is what sign up oh? But one last thing before we go, you're actually listening. Leave us a review on itunes. It's mandatory. Thank you your consideration. Now it's mandatory. Thank you for your consideration. Goodbye!.

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Get up. Yeah but yeah, so life is coming back. That's the that's the important thing we can go outside. We can go indoors. We can use the restroom life as we used to know it. has restarted must start an APP of a restroom APP. Finder the most cleanline- your radio public restroom. You know if you're anywhere in a city, pull it up. This is where you can use the restroom free. Feel like it would be convenient. Now. I don't know how you. MONETIZE that but I'm sure there's a way just collect data. Tracking people just meet trapping everybody exactly well. We have on the show the rest of the week. We have guests on Friday We have a guest on Friday, but it's confirmed so not going to give you a name. but we do have. We've got things in the in the hopper we've got. We do hitching talk Currently who's committed journeys that Clark Liam, Bowen. Yes, we're GONNA have a pitching talk. Zach Clark Race scowls on the show earlier this year Liam. Villain NBC head coach also on the show Ryan Copeland University Illinois Springfield super, smart pitching, Guy, they're all gonna be in maybe another all star squad bride's moderate. That's GONNA. Be Fun that's in the works, also the cage match between Jefferson and Richard, I suppose. we do have a couple of other people that haven't been yet I. Still Not Allen Nathan on the show. eventually get around to him. and then some of the people who are back in Major League baseball would. PROBABLY MISSED OUR WINDOW But You know so be. will be will be taping showed Sim Murray He was he was co broadcaster with Adam. Bowl. We just had on a recent episode, but now works for. Westwood One. He's out in DC. I think I believe. He hosts once called the daily line. sports gambling show every morning. I WANNA say it's one could be wrong about that. NBC Sports Radio. Maybe we'll. We'll get usually wrong, so that sounds that sounds right Yep. I will thanks for being here. This was the morning brushback. I'm Dan Blewett your bobby Stevens camp. What is what sign up oh? But one last thing before we go, you're actually listening. Leave us a review on itunes. It's mandatory. Thank you your consideration. Now it's mandatory. Thank you for your consideration. Goodbye!.

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"That's why he's like. He's like a voice actor on TV as as much as in like actual shows that he narrates tons of A. Doesn't narrate the deadliest catch. He narrates a tones for lots of different like discovery type programs and stuff like that he definitely he definitely narrates a lot of discovery stuff deadliest catch. He does like they're special shows like if they're doing a you know. Over, cat overview of some show narrate that these really really good like the guys got dirty jobs is a great show. What a concept it was a! Swim in. Need the full actual feces. Talk about it. Well into your point, that was what he was known for by most of the mainstream people. But like you said he's actually a really thoughtful, Super Smart Guy, beyond just being like the dirty jobs, dude, and like a narrator like that, and that was what I I discovered from. My guess is like man can really right. He's a really good storyteller is super smart general we'll. His background. Is Opera Opera Singer? Oh, is it really and yeah, he's a former opera singer. I don't know how. He transitioned into following around a plumber, but I have heard his story. I can't remember what it was, but I know he like. I heard his story before, and it was. It was another podcast, but the way he got into show business. It was kind of a lot of people did back in the day. And 'cause Dino Andrew Zimmer. Bizarre Foods. Guy Eats all the just like the gross stuff in the whole world. His, this seems to be like a similar thing with a lot of like TV, stars who are in their fifties or late forties fifties now where they dislike intern or dislike Suheil. Do whatever you want at low local TV station essentially. And, then they had some talent. They worked really hard and Sunday like. Hey, we need like a fillon, you WANNA go on TV. Like let's do it and then. Bailey made good on their chance, and then just get more opportunity more opportunity more opportune because I'm pretty sure. is on the was on QVC actually I think. He was working for QVC and then he got. He got late night QVC and then it just grew from there because he was good like he can. Do his thing and that was how Andrew Zimmer N- like. US I like is first bit was filling in for someone who had cancelled, and he got like two minutes on the air, which was like an eternity, he said, and then from there it just grew, and he's pitching ideas. And because he was already on TV and doing good job, he will listen to his ideas. And then got a show, and then show takes off, and then you go. That's how kind of worked. I don't know if that's how today as much. Maybe it's still does I don't know, but that's how it worked thirty years twenty years ago for a Lotta guys. Were Stars now yeah, I know. I can't I got I can't answer. Keep up with all these emails request to come on shows and TV spots. People please I know I know we're. We're GONNA. Get there and figure what the show is what it is well one and when baseball back when baseball comes back. I think this is GonNa really take a nice turn I think everyone's struggling for content. We don't because we're just hilarious, but. We really don't struggle for that much content as much as I'm sitting up at six thirty in the morning browsing twitter, wondering what the Hell! We're GONNA talk about. Micro! While, and that's part of the reason for my my other podcasts is. I don't get as many videos out as I want to. Because I try to produce them and make them decent quality rather just talking to the camera. And so at the podcast content short stuff I was like I'm not gonNA video it I'm just GonNa sit down at my mic. Bang it out! Quickly edited I already prerecorded like my intro. Exit my music. My transition bits I'm like this is something I can do consistently and easily and quickly, and still have it be good quality without like overcomplicating and me trying to. Make it a big thing. And because like I have a whole podcast up on better broadcasting. So, does that that was sort of why I may start those two podcasts which are just really easy for me to like home? Do it give out. To people and be my way, that's I. Kinda just needed like a quick win kind of kind of like things, so that was part of the reason to. So Yeah I did my first facebook live on recruiting? And had a few hiccups like to do it for my phone, but. The content is there now. It's keeps getting more and more of US just mainly from I'm sure parents that I have or you know it's the headband. It's the headband. Forever I mean let's let's talk about you're going to hear. I'm getting a haircut today. Get a haircut say. That long. Then, this is like I. Don't people tune in? To see like this Mug you gotTa give them? You got to give it to them at eight plus everyday, I'm not at a plus okay so back to facebook live. facebook live. It's just I was searching eight. Even texted you like. How do we? How do we zoom 'cause? I mean anybody watching the brains behind this. Media is not. That Stan. So, it's trying to figure out how to broadcast to a bunch of people that they watch it without having like. Join in kind of how we're doing now. And facebook live just like the easiest platform to do it on. and it was easy like I log on, but I was trying to have someone join with me. That didn't go off so well So. An instagram live is another way like kids use it. It's just trying to find the best medium to have parents kids, everybody to access it and I was just rambling about about recruiting and add some people typing in questions I was going to answer them as we want, but yeah I mean it's anything I. Put out. There's not going to be you know look really nice like studio. Quality kind of how your youtube videos are but me at this point I'm just trying to. I'm trying to get out content just so people can access it. You know easily, and that was mimic seem to work really well. I mean you're kind of could have to spend a little money. It's all. Just takes time. Zach, Zach Clark is watching Zach, Lowe, he's. He says I heard. You're going to run for Mayor of Chicago to Repulse Zach hundred per century. You know this. Yeah you. You would not have handled this situation well if you're. Still be burning, somehow you. Are made of concrete and steel. Every building caught fire somehow. I don't know if anybody handled this well in any city. Mayor. Mayor. Bells are for sure, handled it well here in. Yeah she for sure. was anything burned to the ground. No. Can't control everything like the key. The cops can't be everywhere at once like they can't. She gave consistently clear messaging. She was constantly on TV giving good advice. She didn't hide from the media. She didn't lie about anything as far as I mean. She was very just giving people the answers she wanted. She stood up to trump where she needed to. She advocated for people for safety for the city. I don't I don't know what else you'd really want from a leader I mean. I don't know I mean. One because you are in the backyard of like. Like you're not. You're a city, are you? Basically it's weird. Yeah, YOU'RE NOT GONNA state. We don't have a governed right right. The governor's the mayor and what was weird was an I'm sure you're privy to this, but. Like trump was calling in all these national guardsmen from different states, and she's like I. Don't want them here in my city..

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"It left your hands whether it was a striker ball and whether he could absolutely demolished or he couldn't he and he made like hand-in-hand right like it's his approach only got better because because he was so mechanically efficieny good. See The ball a little bit longer. So you like you add. He already had the an elite approach. Forty Forty Guy. A fifteen fifty guy. Now seventy seventy been eighty ninety ninety guy. I Bet I saw. Somebody tweeted this out that if the National League got a D. H. Like could barry bonds jump in jump in the big leagues currently and BE D. H. And if he did what would slash line be and I think I think for sure Barry Bonds could still hit in some capacity in the big leagues. Now if he's call one hundred percent because he's in a slug six hundred I don't know but I think for sure he's going to be. He's just good enough shape to hit in the. Big Leagues Right. Now I would agree with that. Because he's still GonNa do his same thing. Which is he's going to only swing the bat when the balls on the inner half the plate and he can drive it and that's a skill that still going allow them to drive the ball even though he won't hit four hundred feet anymore. Hilda's be like ball ball ball ball. No Swing Baugh ball missed one. He'll miss more than you did before. Like he won't get barrel to the ball as much as they used to but he won't swing it he's not going to go up there and roll over on a pitch on the outside corner even at age fifty or whatever he is no he's a good swing on it so the I've got to be what Barry Bonds that'd be what fifties early fifties probably something in steroid years. That's like seventy his body's probably revolt. Unless you still unless he saw them. Speaking of speaking of fifty year olds have you seen the Mike Tyson training video? Yes terrifying. He is so big. He's like a bull he's like he's like a pit bull. You're never going to be even until the last day of your life. You're still a pit bull low muscular. Come at me. How much would it? How much money would you need to? Just be the guy with the with the mets and the armour on taken the body shots from him in training that. I would do that it would hurt but I dunno lucky blood for hours. Then you're fine. It's no big deal. I saw that guy put a quote out and he said he saw as he saw his wife and kids flash before his eyes the first right Hook Tyson through at at materials mixer. You know right next to your face and this guy is just. He's not as normal trainer right like this guy's not the guy that trained Tyson in his prime he's guy with mitts on you're trusting you're trusting a guy with years of substance abuse and anger issues to miss your face by inches and hit this this three by three you have on terrifying terrifying thing. Yeah well I'm talking about him. They're talking about fighting holyfield again the rematch. That's why why would you watch it? Why guys do that. Don't do that. It's to like get permanently injured fifty five. We'll take watch now. I don't watch anything I watch so little. Tv I watch so little anything now. If you're like Hey. Dan Come over fly Chicago. Of course I'll be there. I'll like more malloy. It'll be there and not sure but I'm not going to go out to my way to watch it. Shout out to our unofficial sponsor jetsons Miller shoutouts alert You're I'll read off the commercial milord for when you want to drink the world's gross liquor and laughing your friend. Is They make ugly faces. Milord Miller Miller when it sounds like when it sounds like a good idea to ruin family party Malloy so I supported local business the other day and I got I was very. I'm still on so unhappy by this. I wrote their company because I wasn't happy about it. I walked into a local. Dc Coffee Shop called COMPASS COFFEE AND YEAH. They do a good job and sat many a time in their cafes. A one customers in there getting checked out and they little thing of their homemade syrups and They like Nice bottle which I need a bottle and I asked. I was checking this person. I said hey how much. How much do they weren't labeled the price any looks me in the eye and then goes back to check out. I'm like Oh okay. So you're saying you. Companies laid off eighty percent of your people. And you just like you don't have time to answer that question as trying to help you guys out like you don't need to thank me for my business. I come in here but at the same time and then after we check the guy out which clearly doesn't take that much brainpower where you can't then help another customer just like Hey Elliot twelve bucks coors all. I needed. They just turned around and went about his business behind the counter. And we'll go go screw myself. Thanks I still bought the bottle. I still want the thing still but I but I feel the company about I'm like Hey I don't know if you guys just like the guy had a bad day. I don't know but I came into this like support small business and I made a purchase and your guide like didn't didn't give shit so I don't know I'll go to starbucks. I mean like I like starbucks. It's fine they've good cups good mugs but it just struck me as strange and just pissed me off so good good but I'm still drinking out of my clean. Canting thing I support. I support Local coffee shops will starbucks. My WIFE IS A. She does marketing for starbucks. So you have to I support. I support her by getting starbucks on my favorite coffee. But I do like it. Well when you're feeling basic and you WANNA pumpkin spice lots with a little bit less pumpkin. Spice 'cause it's like too sweet the way make it. I mean I'm basic when it comes around October. I think they're good. I like the Syrup like whatever the regular coffee's not good it's just oh it's like over-roasted it's burnt. It's not good. Let's let's be out of their cafes are great and they're and they're marketing and branding is great. I liked I like their stuff. They do great with all that. And I think it's important for any business like you need to have good branding if you're going to be successful people with your brand. And the pioneers of the Free Internet Access Sheldon should not be forgotten is that is the reason we go to. We go to starbucks. At least I do. I mean I could go to any coffee shop. I go out of my way to go to starbucks because the I can sit there and work not currently. But we'll yeah and that's my thing starbucks is it it and that was the original thing is like we're third place which it's not your work and it's not your home it's a place you can be which that's again like Dave Gray. Cafes design other cafes is awesome like it's a good place to sit there it's consistent. You'RE GONNA get decent Wi fi like that's why always go to starbucks. I don't go there for the coffee. I don't really care other coffee but the so I don't know disappointing. But and then I went and I wa bread at a local place union market or union kitchen or something and the guy was super nice and just like you just seem like a friendly person in general but just like and again. I don't think companies that disappointed with corona virus need to be like thanking us. That's not like just like wanted a cup and I want to get one of those syrups. I've been accomplished and I like it and win this place. I need some bread and I like you. Just grab one quick. As I was going home the was like super nice and it was clear like and I was like. Oh Yeah I want to come back in here and support that guy. That's how I wanNA feel going in any store and like he wanted to go back to that guys like whatever. I look into Dan's shopping habits Syrup and bread. Well I try to do a good job with like the stuff I give people on the web my videos and Youtube and all this stuff and you don't need to thank me for it. I just do it because it's what I choose to do with my time. But if you gonNA leave a comment don't leave some like like. I got one like a month ago on a and of course this is just like being on the Internet. You have to deal with it but a person was like audio quality is bad. I didn't listen to this. I turned off thirty seconds. All screw. You like who cares as a free video dude? I twenty thirty forty fifty free videos. And you're leaving one comment to say the my audio sucked from one that. I made two years ago. Like who are you like like? Does it match listening though like? Are you scouring youtube for high audio quality and I listened to it and it wasn't bad audio it just a little bit windy that day for like a minute and it's like okay. Whatever and it's the same way with like like the small business. I mean I think people in general are appreciative and try to support local a lot. But I don't know it's like I said people don't need to thank me for anything that I do on the web. You don't. It's fine that that's not. Why do stuff when you do it? It's appreciated like Sherlock. Makes YOU WANNA work harder? But just also just don't be so. I like as a business person. I'd just like bad service pisses me off and bad branding and a like like ranting anyway. Service great service OR UNOFFICIAL SPONSOR. Jephson's similar great service. You need terrible tasting liquor. They'll have it to your door in lickety-split you'll be puckering your face and wondering why you doing that in no time jetsons milord so. I want to end on this and our friend Zach Clark is listening. I was going to tax them before to get his opinion. Poll out there on the morning brushback and the bad thing about these twitter polls is you can only put four options so really hindered so hindered me. It did in hindered me but I put best superhero poll. He Got Hashtag arm talent because we talk arm town. So I got Superman Batman Wolverine and other. Now the Caveat Arash options are those those are trash corruptions. Who would you put? Why was smiler man? Not ON THEIR SPIDERMAN. Spider-man's no one cares about superman vs nineteen forty-six. Someone cares about Superman. No one's cared about superman and so long Dan. This is why you're out of touch. Let me read it. No one wants his dude in a blue suit in blue lemon in a blue moon. Lemon bodysuit flying around the agape. No one cares. Oh here. He's here a lot hopefully for a long time. Hold your hold your hold your hold yourself for a second here. Let me give you the numbers. I'll hold myself go. Superman forty two percent Batman nineteen percent bad take Internet Wolverine Sixteen percent and other twenty two percent. Now to your point the might other ones that was gonna put on there were Spiderman and iron man. Those were the two that came to mind but I have enough space. So I mean spy seen in Batman other like the two standards those two need to be on any poll. The Superman is he is the original Superhero. He's got super in the name. It's played out. I mean I didn't vote who you voting for. Would he got our other Spiderman. The fact that is my choices again. Terrible but you have to. Are we going like who we want to exist in real life? Who are favorite is or who makes the best movies because Batmans movies with Christian? Bale were clearly the best for I mean going back many. They're very user. Every Spiderman movie is the same guy runs around shooting his web flying around buildings. Maybe won't get through it but he gets through it and kills the bad guy or whatever like put them in jail. Whatever he does kill anyone. I don't think he does no. I wouldn't go watch and other Spiderman movie. I haven't watched spy me moving awhile like I wore my Spiderman Jumpsuit. As a kid and hope that it would be powers it didn't but and then now. Here's here's what we're getting on on our periscope Clark as chiming in his. Thank you for the comments. He says fantastic quality. He said he he. Questions is Batman. A Superhero Batman is really cool. Because he doesn't have a superpower is the only regular guy like that man even less for that because he's just a trust fund baby that uses. He's just.

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

13:58 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Right. Y'All WanNa challenge me you know. That's kind of inspired me to keep this going to where it is today and now let's just send me your gets US competitive juices flowing. I mean I didn't play in the big leagues because most gifted Guy Mania people told me I couldn't do in that inspired me to do. I mean I was guys are heard the story but when I was in ninth grade out for basketball lived in California A basketball coach. Mike Phelps told me to come back when I grew up I was five foot was in Oakland. California spied foot one hundred pounds. You know thinking I can hoop little bit. You know and And he told me to come back. Grew up so. I was like okay. So in other words he cut me from the team. Three years later I moved to Oklahoma Average twenty three and a half points a game before the three point line and went to college on a basketball scholarship and in nineteen ninety. Two My rookie in the Big Leagues Rin Oakland. Where I went to high school and I get a game winning. Hit OFF ECU DENNIS In the ninth inning. After the game I went into the locker room in a search for reporter and I said Hey I said I want you to tell Mike. Phelps baseball coach basketball coach official down highschool that Jeff Rise back and he's grown up now. That's like that's to to hold that in is and get it out. How many years after the fact was this? You know ten years. After the fact was fourteen I was twenty five or six those long. But what he you know by him saying that to me it inadvertently inspired me to work harder. Either I mean I was five foot tall hundred pounds right not much basketball future but four years later is averaging twenty three and a half points a game without the three point line at five five hundred thirty five and go on to college. We inspired me in. Yeah who likes that fire? You know the last last thing I want. I want to ask you too is. Have you come across anybody on twitter? That you think does do a good job of like teaching. I'm like you said that you probably have dug into some of these guys. A Lot You just see a lot of these drills people send you and stuff. Have you come across any guys that you said that are maybe you? You were introduced to on twitter that you think okay like this guy's he's he's got a little bit of a figure it out. He's he's on the right path. Theory's good seems like he's he's doing something you know that's benefiting more than a hindering some hitters now. I really haven't paid much attention to that. I mean it's like all the stuff people send me all goofy stuff and I know there's coaches out there are it's like I'm not attacking everybody that gives lessons. Everybody's got to make a living. This is something you want. You love kids you WanNa go to help kids and make a living off it good for you man. I mean I know there's a lot of ways you know. People love the game. They WANNA be around. I WANNA give lessons. I'm not. I'm not knocking that at all. It's just when to me some of the things. That generalizing okay. That's cookie cutter this and let's teach this type deal too young kids to me. It's like almost like a crime to me to teach a ten year old kid to swing up to hit a ball on the top of the cage. Yeah the Niagara Reliant on a percents Unfortunate that not all there or Druk around baseball realized. This is not the right way the basic fundamentals inning to me. That's really why I'm in. This fight is to help. Parents get their kids in the right direction because they don't know any better it's sad. It's sad that a lot of mom and dad's you know didn't never grew up playing sports and they don't know what's the best thing for their son all they're trying to do is sell can be the best he can be in their paying eighty bucks an hour. Chances Some Guy who's you know Spatula N- in teaching him half swings and I think you know I mean I. It's hard to navigate for as a parent or even even someone who wants to learn baseball. If you're an adult and you WANNA learn more about coaching Mary. You want to expand and grow as a coach and everyone says girl the game Is Sifting through all the? Bs is not is not easy. Yeah it's more more more and more of the you know like I mean I never put much thought into the fact that you know who would I tell somebody to talk to or because I get asset a lot? A WHO's a great coach in your area. I'm like I don't know any. Yeah I will tell you this guy. You should go to but fi till everybody's ethic is getting to be overwhelmed when he can't everybody. Who's the best pitching coach? I mean it's basically whatever coach you can relate to helps you get better. That's coach. I mean you know you guys know it's confidence Very Hill never played in. The Big League never played professional baseball. Best Infield coach I ever had. If wasn't prepared hill. I'd never would play the bigly when there's a twitter guy now cannoli Korea who's the equivalent. I mean it seems like he's Super Knowledgeable Infield Guy. He's I think the giants for space coach. I think this year but he hasn't doesn't have Playing resume beyond college but more reports. And I've seen a lot of his leg infield drills museums just excellent what he does but yeah and my hope is kind of like. Because I've you know there's a bunch of of your bigly buddies that have been around and I hope that there's more ex big earlier sharing the experience side because for all the guys that haven't played the really high level they don't have the. Here's how to think about approach. Here's how to think about pitch sequencing. Here's how to think about reading a hitter. Like I talk about some of that stuff on my youtube channel. But I there's other guys out there that played allow higher levels in a lot more years than I did and doesn't make me feel threatened like I'm gonNA share what I know robot. I hope there's more bigly guys that share what they know. It doesn't have the conflict like if you WANNA talk about approach like do it and I hope more more big I start to do. That's why I asked earlier. Bow If people tweet at you're Kevin Youkilis or some Glennon rush Guys I've seen their names attached to some of your threads like will they get a response like that'd be cool if they do and I think I would love to see videos from you or Kevin Youkilis talking about approach? Had you hit a cutter like cutters these terrifying things. I threw a cutter for a little bit. How A hitter figures out how to hit those. I have no idea. And it's that is going to become solely from experience. I mean I tried to answer all the questions on twitter. I get a lot In I can't answer them all but for the most part Friday. Interact WITH THE PEOPLE. I mean I feel bad if I say some stuff out there and I'm not gonNA be there to take heed if it comes back. It will get a lot of messages and stuff but I try to interact people. Ask Me Questions. I can't answer mom. Would I'm trying you know? Drive gained by four thousand followers in a month so a hard hard to to answer every question. You know people send me. The reason I'm still doing this is because the amount of college coaches high school coaches the enemy messages on a daily basis in Jeff. I'm so thankful you're speaking out. We have these guys he's hitting gurus it the ruling young kids When I get these kids in high school they can't hit any of them. Please keep speaking out against these guys. I can't even. I'm not exaggerating. I get five to ten of those every single day. Yeah I can. I can attest to that too when I maybe not to the level. You're getting but anytime I would tweet something out and say like I tweet at somebody and say this is wrong. This is that's not how you hit. You can't do that. I'll get college coaches that I know. Tax Me on the side or guys at. Dm Me in that. I have never met before. They're like please keep going. We can't say this but it's nice to see someone that played the game. Stick up for guys that are sticking up for the actually playing the game and not you know the manufactured ballplayer in the in the lab. Right I mean it happens a lot and it's a Lotta in. I understand these guys can't speak out Coaches or a Lotta guys were minor league coaches. Or even I've had front office guys that I'm friends with call me or direct message me and say a man. Keep it though. Frito love what you're doing we just hired a PVC pipe hitting coach in the minor leagues and insight into me. It's insane notes that guy's the PVC guy that's GonNa teach the swing in the body. Motions is more valuable than the guy who played for years in the big leagues. But it's been in pro ball for fifteen years and has a lifetime of knowledge and experience in plain. This guy's GonNa no more than this guy. He might know some different stuff and he might be able to help you but he he. Can't you want it when these guys go full blown? You don't know what you're talking about. Jeff Yeah what the Hell do you know? That's when that's when you have to go on the offensive and you you defend the plane your career to defend your resume. I mean that it speaks for itself. And it's you know there needs to be some backing off on on some of that stuff Before you go jeff it not is this really Gary I it's not. I didn't think it was played Gary Manage against a when I was in Dubai manage against us a few years but I love him. He was a great guy. It was great guy as an opposing played B. S. with the on the field at that. It's funny that not gatty is getting skin. Run onto the funny thing is is like I really wasn't Do much on twitter probably six months ago in one of my friends said statement. You need to get on Earth. Really WanNA MESS WITH THAT CRAP. I got on it and One of the first people saw not Guy Eddie in like played with diabetes at the end of his career and then he was my hitting coach. When was the last two weeks of my season my career with a New Orleans New Orleans efforts he was the hitting coach? And so I'd love this dude. United didn't get spend much time around him. I just thought he was a cool. Do Right and so when I saw this on. Twitter this at not gatty. I immediately started communicating with this person. Liking was theory Guy Eddie. In probably like two weeks in I was like. Are you a direct message? Are you might think you are. He's like no not actually did is one of my favorite follows on twitter. He's like and so much good. Uh Not always putting these cool stats will staff about past players and stuff like that. Make business maybe Video of the kids. It a five year old kid hitting a ball gown she. Yeah Yeah Yeah. The people are people are now. You've got the Red Bat. The Red Bat. I mean. It's just just had fun. And and some of it can be pretty mean and ugly but ended the day. I'm having fun. Jeff. Thanks for coming on the show. We really appreciate it. I think it was a good chance for people to hear you speak and You know for me and bobby is like minor leaguers. We appreciate Some you're inside your stories and like I said I hope the the community continues to to heal itself and if that means breaking apart for a while so that it kinda comes back together better like you know so be it but appreciate you coming on the show really do apologize for the time mess up early went off and I was like oh rap but anyway that's my bad I appreciate you guys have me on in You know y'all be safe man. Yeah good to meet you. Thanks Jeff I appreciate it. Thanks for tuning today Obviously catch US next on Wednesday on here on twitter and Youtube and obviously on spotify itunes to subscribe anywhere you are and And Yeah we'll get your next week. Bobby send us out my man. Dan Was it was fun. Go celebrate my new haircut in Chicago. Everybody will see everybody. Friday live Friday. Yeah Wednesday we won't be live on twitter but I will post the recorded video. Um of our podcast with Zach Clark. That's GONNA be great to have it on spotify night tunes live as well so I mean right at nine ham. Abbas it'll be up so you can listen. We'll miss thanks for being here. We'll talk to you soon..

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"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"zach clark" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"What his motivations are and how this is all going to shake out in the future because this is this is a very real divide not as on twitter but in baseball in general. I mean there's a lot of players who have experienced who know that younger players need it and There's a lot of young coaches time to dismiss that experience friction. Yeah I mean. There's the whole the whole platform of twitter leaves a lot of things open for interpretation especially with you know as parents and you're trying to search out the best information for your child or it's not just baseball it's everything there's there's politics that have to sift through a lot of stuff. There's I'm sure there's other. Sports have online coaches similar to baseball. Baseball just seems to be the loudest because we're both in it. You know but the social media aspect. It's it's everybody trying to sift through information office to not only find what works for them but find what's what's actually write quote unquote right. I love your your your dial right there. That was powerful. Dan People look at you. I know you don't want to. I know you won't admit it on air but people will powerful people are on there. They get in here because of the crazy things. I may say day-to-day I mean. I think this has been a valuable Monday morning. Conversation IF ANYTHING. I hope it's been not boring for all of you We'RE GONNA shift more into baseball but what. What is Monday morning if not talk about Chinese Baseball Aliens Milk? The mental state of farmers Lady Lady Gaga is a construct. Or whatever those are. That's it's been a while. It's been a well rounded morning. We you know. We don't want to be too niche You know so I think. I think this has been phenomenal to niche. I'm going to pour concrete as soon as we get off here today. This is like a full range of toolbox. Conspiracies wasn't what's what's in the concrete Toolbox Bobby I'd say float in a trial and we've got a wheel. I got a wheelbarrow on the back of my back of my jeep. That sticking out the back Helping a friend Some post holes for his new Pergola. Fancy curtains say Pergola postals five hundred fast cargo post holes per postal Perot postals so that was one year high school jobs right high school playing after playing always something. I've done It's an interesting skill to have. I guess it's a you know it's definitely keeps you in shape. If you WANNA YOU WANNA stay in shape without actually hitting the weight room. Go go wheel. Some you know. Couple wheelbarrows a concrete back and forth on the BLACULA. You'll be soren places you know you had. Yeah that's fair. Hey so we got a comment clarifying a little bit here on Youtube. So Adams said on May first Manfred can will soon he can suspend uniform employee contracts so teams can technically start furloughing coaches and scouts etc. So interesting point at the major league level. We don't really need any. We don't really need coaches. They just do their thing. I mean let's be honest with each other. You need hand any data Handlers you need guys that set the schedule. The itinerary for the day. We need that eighty seven year old coach in the bullpen nodding his head as as a Max Scherzer throws just another filthy pre-game through a why you hate we sort of Sunday. Damn well I mean that's kind of you know part of the image of some of these older coaches that it's like alright old fella author my pen and then I'll see you later. That's something I wanna ask. Jeff is about some of these these guys with all that experience because I remember the guy that I that I took the most from hitting when my time with the Orioles was actually a guy by the name of milk. May and milt may if. You're name's mill. You know your old if your name is milt you're smart. You're I don't care what you're talking about your intelligent human being but he at that time milt may had to be in his eighties. If not if the youngest seventies and in this guy any would have these Manila folders with still frame shots so probably ahead of his time realistically like still frame shots of progression of Mantle mays Ted Williams would show these like still frames and he would talk to us about hitting and he's just a guy you wanna sit next to a and just listen to him talk like I. I got what I consider my to strike. Approach a lot of what he would he would talk about control the fastball. He has he had his own bat like his game bad he would just walk around with in this thing had the way. It was like a thirty five inch. Thirty seven ounce Bat yes How has your your back instruction gone? Have you made yourself about? You know I have to can't get you can't find a lay anywhere is because you don't have any carpentry skills whatsoever or sorting up. We just went over about. I'm going to pour concrete later. Maybe concrete today. That would be too heavy Dan. I don't know that's ridiculous while it's going I mean you know Jeff just tax rates is calling. Ah Right now so go well. We'll have him here but I also for not just jeff coming out of a future I've also tried to line up a couple of interesting futures guests future guests that branch off of Baseball. So let me let me ramble off before you do that. Some of the guys. We do have confirmed so this week Wednesday. We have won't be live but will posted at nine. Am WE HAVE Zach Clark which a mutual acquaintance of ours former big leaguer current rates scout so pretty good conversation we had them or we had their Zach. I mean he's got a really interesting really interesting story. Made the big leagues then converted into a Knuckleballer Really Savvy Baseball Dude. And then Friday. We have Pro Scout Chris Carmen. He's DIVAC SCOUT. He was Prominent Independent Leagues Gaming still is but he was floating around the Atlantic League scouting myself. And other guys like that so He's one of the guys who leaves no stone unturned which is something that I found really impressive about him in the next week We've added one guest. Which is matt swallow who is Associated Goto the University of Maryland Also really savvy hitting guy and he is one whose very much in In both worlds of like play professionally knows hitting but also uses a lot of the the technology and some of these quirky drills that Kinda get Jeff's scorn. But he's seems to be pretty balanced and has a good deal of why he's doing unique things he does. So that'll be conversation next Wednesday Math meals bill murphy. Who played in the in the Big Leagues and in Japan? Talk about all that craziness. Because JAP- Japanese baseball is really far out there And then who are you looking at Robert? I've got a professional gamer names Knicks. Gach trying to get them on is like an online game. Ernie Gamer You've got the first woman in Coach I won't say her name because I haven't she hasn't responded back to me and also reach out to Jose Canseco just to see if we can get Jose on because I wanNA talk. Personally I WANNA talk to Jose Canseco you hit with a pitch right you hit Jose Canseco with a fastball. Antibodies against him when he was a knuckleballer. Yeah so why aren't you reaching out to Jose can say because I didn't think of it I mean hey don't remember? I don't know if you remember me. I'm a plan and I think he would remember this one time. Grounded out twice against you. And you through knuckle. Ball's huge house ball. Jose Canseco remember he. You're saying it's like some sort of elephant creature with unlimited memory for average average size white dudes that picks up on inspired league. I think that's zero zero chance. He ever knew I was or would remember who I was sexually profile as been hit by a lot of lot of bitches. I'm sure but no. He played in the northern North Atlanta North American league my second season he was player coach of the Yuma Scorpions. I was on the Lake County fielders. And a right. I can the last game. Yeah our second a lot. Well I visit against him a bunch of times and he was terrifying music forty five years old and still just in great shape China Norma's and looming over the plate. You would scratch out the inner line in the batter's box you know just like no shame at all our. Jeff's calling you to scratch out the batter's box and then put his right foot on the point of the plate and then Like just lutely literally looming over the plate as much as possible so I submitted Jeff. Away with with with Jose Canseco so like you knew getting hit by Pitch Morning Jeff so you can get an audio gone. But I mean so. Jose knew what he was doing. He just wanted to hook an outside corner fastball. Which essentially was the no the plate to him and is like putting the bleachers which easily had the power to do. You had some decent power. Yeah I mean like. He whipped his bathroom zone. It was a wiffle ball bat. It was it was literally terrifying so Mike. Wealthy kids went back at me. I'm just GonNa die so let's just kind of make peace with my life before I picture but you know if you're smart you end up this pitching exclusively inside to him. Because he threw it over the plate at all. He was going to get the barrel to it. I mean that's that was what his that was. That was his mo because he knew no one wants to throw inside to me. I'm terrifying so if take away the entire outside going the plate by looming over it. What's up Jeff can hear us no response yet so I think he is to work on his audio But it's up to us how you doing. Hey sorry about the miscommunication the eastern time. You're on central time. Right up there in Texas Out For eight o'clock sorry you're GonNa make sacrifices with for two apiece Damn Jeff we just talking about Jose Canseco. Did you Do you would have played with him. A good amount against them right. Yeah I played against them with the against the man rhythm applied within with the Rangers in the Red Sox. How would you rank is bad speed in a video game view to make his levels like a ninety nine bats.

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"zach clark" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

"zach clark" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In a my calf. username right now on the music. yeah now your trending topics. social media so you don't have to monitor social media here the top trending stories at the F. W. as we speak and trending topic number three actually is a very inspiring story and it's one that you only would think would happen in a movie this is about a sixteen year old guy named Zach Clark he's a sophomore football player it clear fork high school in Belleville il Ohio this is getting national attention it's gone it's gone viral really he was outside with his mother Laura out working in her flower bed he noticed his neighbor working under his Volkswagen Clark heard a loud bang and screams from his neighbor's wife the card slipped off the Jack stand was crushing the man's chest. Clark said I turned around and saw him struggling instincts kicked in Iran over there and I thought I had to get the car off of them I got it off a little bit his wife and my mom pulled him out from under the next thing you know is rushed to the hospital it was crazy. large neighbors now home resting comfortably doctor later told him he would have died at Clark not been there the kid lifted the car off of the guy. Clark said I've always going to be a firefighter and help people out the first thing that came to my mind was to get over there do what I can and do anything I could to help but it's all about people helping people the adrenaline kicked in and actually the doctor say that's exactly what happened adrenaline can sometimes give you strength that perhaps you don't have the football coach got a phone call from Clark minutes after the accident he was still out of breath but he explained what happened the fifth coach said he was a little bit shell shocked wondering whether the man was okay and whether I he was okay for doing it he said you know this kid he lifted a car off of somebody he's built like a tank he plays lineman for us if you can imagine the coach said he's a strong kid for a sophomore is a ton of natural strength and thank god he did I always wonder you know you see something like that happen if if you could find it within you to do something about it and I guess it just depends on whether that adrenaline really as kicked in but here's the lesson that I took away from this don't get under your car with only.

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"zach clark" Discussed on Dear Baseball Gods,

Dear Baseball Gods,

10:43 min | 3 years ago

"zach clark" Discussed on Dear Baseball Gods,

"He's not a good example. But what I'm saying is talent can only take everybody so far so you have that. Peak of people that are like my trout. That's a great person and a great talent. That takes you so far but for everybody else there has to be a high level of being a good character person and there are guys that aren't like it's it's the character. Maura morality argument. You know just because you're moral person doesn't mean that doesn't mean you're going to be a major league baseball player but that high character person that makes a difference to me and that's what I look for. That's why I try to talk to these kids. Get to know. Even if it's twenty minutes in in a meeting like anything I can get out of them just just so they can learn. I can learn from them their love for the game because I really believe. That's what separates people above all else. That is what separates people wanNA. It ends up being the reason that you're willing to suffer when things get hard to you know when you're in a huge slump and you feel tons of pressure and you just don't know how to get out of it and you want to quit because we all have those. I have those you know. It's it's that like no this. I can't just give up on this. That easy like this is bigger than that like. This was so much of my life. I'm doing the and it's got to be like for you. Not For someone else like you're playing for you know because you're t-ball coaches will be disappointed if you quit or whatever like there's so many external factors that people carry with them. But I know for me I always played for myself and it sounds like you always played because you love did not. Because you're anyone else wanted you to. Even though you grew up with a really great you know baseball. Father figure It doesn't sound like you and forced into it at all. It was just both in in both of your DNA. And so that carries you through those hard times and like gives you the forces you to dig deeper rather than like look for ways out like you look for solutions are out and look for ways out and for those of you listening. Who maybe haven't caught up on the PODCASTS? As Much Zach Clark was on the show twice. He and I were teammates. He is about the same size. I think technically maybe a quarter inch shorter than I am on paper but pretty ordinary size right hander. Senior sign got a thousand bucks made the major leagues after briefly. Making it to the major leagues was asked to convert into a knuckleballer. And he said all right. Let's do it and took a really interesting turn for the for the remaining years of his career. But like a guy who's just extremely well liked agree clubhouse guy someone who as a young player like you so when you want to emulate someone who got more out of his career because he was such a good teammate. Such a good respectable like professional so I'll put links in the description here on on Youtube. Orrin podcast land. I'll I'll put those in there. So if you want to click through and listen to his one of his past episodes where I share his story or he shares his story all definitely put that in there for you see a little more context but so it sounds like you dig deeper looking for the intangible stuff that ultimately when you know and it seems like you know full well that there's a funnel and when all guys become relatively equal physically you wanna say as a scout that you've found some guys that you knew we're GONNA put in. Maybe that extra worker Grit through tough times and find ways to to make it and that is and with that being said. I mean there's still level talent. They need a they need to have. But like I said there comes a point and that talent is talent his everything when when everybody's talented if that makes sense so there comes where you talk to. These big Lakers like. They're mentally stronger than in their abilities than most people you know. For whatever reason everybody gets their differently. But that's one. That's the common theme. I I do notice so for young kids listening and parents and coach is you've through the game in so many different angles You've played you've coached. You've scouted give some parents and players a couple actionable things they might do. Now that you're scout there's a Haitai you know here I am. What what universal tips would you give a couple of players or parents to help them along their journey and maybe give themselves a little bit better chance to make it to the next level whether that's college or professional baseball? The biggest thing I'd say is to do it for the love of what you're doing no why you're doing what you're doing And IT'S A to go back. This is a game. I mean over four four four. I think the big thing is like sometimes if you know kids aren't succeeding and whatever. I think a lot of times we have to change the meaning of success for baseball and I think a lot of times. We don't know the meaning of success. You know because we're looking at three hits we're trying to get three hits in one at bat and I think to make success more attainable for these kids will make the game fun more fun so I think to be mindful of where the kid is at in their abilities. is another big thing to be able to to be honest with themselves and what they need to get better at in the sense of. Yeah Little Johnny's week right now but you know if he focuses on the right things the right techniques to write. Hobie fine so I think with all of this this progression a baseball I think success needs to be treated like a development tool house that a development in in the game like car rides home shouldn't be bad with their parents should be always you know how to. Why did I have so much fun today? You know and it's just it goes back to the club baseball thing. Is You know these kids play so much that you know it's an competing is less that it all dwells back on themselves because the winner lost doesn't necessarily matter. Okay that makes sense. It's a cultural kind of situation. Nowadays where I don't think anyone knows what they're looking to accomplish. Sometimes on the field like redick trying to get better. Were we trying to win to this? Are we trying to win? This game didn't matter like what Games do matter tournaments I. It's hard to know as a coach. I did this last year. It's like do. I need to care about winning here or can I care about getting kids wraps or like putting them in situations that help them. Its ambitious I think. That's an important distinction for parents. Understand that on the car ride home. It needs to be a focus on you know just caring about your your son and and remind them that it's supposed to be on and they should have enjoyed their day at the ballpark or at practise or whatever it was. Yeah exactly I mean. That's that's what it's about at dinner at the end of all of this. I mean these kids won't remember three threes and five years but you know remember the fun they had and that's it. There should be a fun initiative to to Amateur Baseball. And I think if there's anything I've kind of taken away from from you today. It's that like you really love the game and it seems like you've grown up up in it and you've always enjoyed yourself doing it and that seems to be like an overwhelming obvious thing just in the way you talk about baseball even from all different perspectives. On it. Baseball was was an is and will continue to be a fun thing that you just got out of bed to do whether it's scouting or coaching or playing. Yes I mean absolutely absolutely. It's all it's all it's all about the people and that's the cool thing about baseball people. They make the game. The game is something that we all have in common. It's a special bond because the game is it's such a special game you can run the clock out you know. There's like they say there's there's beauty in baseball and that's you know there's no cure thing than that in a biased way but there is beauty and baseball. Cy How How can listeners follow up with With you new twitter any other social media that you'd like to share yeah. I'M ON INSTAGRAM. At Tie Blank Zero. Shoot me follow get slide side dams whatever it might be an. I'm also on twitter I think it's it's tablings one on on Twitter and tie blank zero on instagram. Yeah that's That's what I got. That's the probably the way to reach out to me. Okay awesome and I'll put links on that on the on the screen here on Youtube and I will also put links in both the show descriptions so if you're interested in following tie to follow up with him and kind of be part of his journey through scouting and message out there so tie thanks for being on the show though you had a lot of really good wisdom to share. I mean especially from guys. Who aren't the most physically talented? And I'm also one of those people you learn more from them because they had internalized game. They had to find ways to get better. They had to find ways to win in a maximize their ability. So I was pretty certain I was GONNA get a bunch of that from you today and we definitely did because I think for a lot of the smaller players out there for guys that haven't or maybe your late bloomers. I think there's a lot they can take from you and your story and some of the some of the tips that you gave and some of the stories that you shared just in how you became the best version of you and try not to let external factors change you along the way now. I appreciate that but the bottom line is anything to do in life and especially this game. 'cause THE BASEBALL GODS. No you do it for the love of. That's at the end of the day. That's that's what makes it fun. That's what makes it enjoyable as doing it because you love it and that's what it's about do it for the love all right. Well thanks again and I'm sure we'll talk soon. Yeah thanks Dan all right so that wraps over this week. I want to thank again. My guest high blank Meier really awesome. Talk there's tons of stuff to take away from that especially the lessons learned as a guy who wasn't the most physically gifted on the field ties Nada huge guy. He's more of a second baseman type and he learned full well that he had to stay within himself to be successful. I think that message really shone through in our talk today. So just reminder this show and everything else grows through sharing through hitting the like button leaving her view so if you feel compelled today do any of those things. I greatly appreciate it any links. So to other podcast. We alluded to today as well as my book. Some of my free resources might email newsletter. All those links can be found in the description both in podcast land and Youtube. Thanks again. We'll see your next week on dear baseball gods..

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"zach clark" Discussed on Dear Baseball Gods,

Dear Baseball Gods,

11:23 min | 3 years ago

"zach clark" Discussed on Dear Baseball Gods,

"Maybe I saw it a little bit clear at the time. Your story about not trying to do it. All those other guys with guns tons of power. It reminds me of running. I was recounting the story of when I was a freshman. I remember the first day of conditioning coaches. Ron You to see who did the work. And who's in shape and all that stuff and my dad is a runner and when I was growing up anytime we would run. I never loved running. I also asthma's a kids. It was like kind of like would kill me but when I would run one of the things he would always impart on me was to pace yourself which is a really hard thing to learn especially when you're running against other people so obviously you know. Starting this run the whole team all twenty five or thirty of us on this line are coaches. You know. He's got his hand up in the air. He's ready to blow the whistle. You know finish in a good time. He's GonNa think we're lazy and we're off to a bad start for the year and so all of us are like on this line where tents were ready and nervous and you just want ever everyone just wants to sprint off and I wanted to sprint off. And then I remembered him like no. This is a longer range than that. You can't just run. Your heart is in the first hundred meters like a lot of these guys are going to. Because what's going to happen. They'RE GONNA they're gonNA peel off. They're going to start fading and they're going to end up going slower than if they pace themselves from the beginning and so I learned over time like I don't have to be the fastest one off the block. I can just star running my race from the beginning and that to me. It just reminds me a lot of like what you said like. You weren't going to let those guys change what you do and you saw firsthand that you're gonNA run your own race and not take off and try to do what they're doing because that's not necessarily good for you and that's that's a great point right there and that's that's what it's all about like knowing yourself that analogy is it's it's gold. It really is gold. I pulled it from. I have a couple of piles of you're my desk. That was from the gold pile so I mean nothing but the best. Yeah the last thing I'd say go to go to pro ball and my roommate is none other than Nixon's L. So I'm like I wanted to say to him like dude. You got the right room. You know they just took you in the second. Pick overall on thirty six rounder. They're putting me and you together but I mean he. He ended up being a kid and like teaching me a lot about the game. You know talk about talk about being having a good perspective. This kid just got paid a lot of money to play baseball. But he didn't see like so I mean I just from being around him through a month before he moved Abe was was a cool experience a- as well. So once you're done with your pro-career tell me about the transition out. Because that's hard fairlon because you grew up in a clubhouse baseball was everything and then suddenly it was over so was scouting always a thing that was in your mind like what were your options. What did you feel like was next for you when you're sort of out there on that rafts like trying to find your new direction? Yeah Scowling something I had always thought about but I never immersed myself in the thought of it so when I got released they basically said to me. I Hate Thai the reds said. I want to keep your around like we. We like it. You know everybody in the work you know you have relationship with people you know like so basically. When I got released they retained me. I was essentially a coach and as I was approaching rookie ball. I was coaching kids. That was at extended spring training with essentially as well as the new draft kids and I did that for about two months and that was not something I really wanted to do because my because like I I wanted to play baseball you know like that's one thing I wanted to do. But my dad said. Hey Kai where do you think you're going with this? I said that I mean I love this. I Love I love plan. You know this is what it's about but at the time they weren't you know be big. Leaguer as an infielder you need to be invested in and not necessarily money. But at that and I didn't feel like I was getting that investment. So he's like why don't you do this? Trust me on this buddy so I took the opportunity instead of going home. That summer I was in Arizona and the heat working with the Arizona reds. And you know that was a unique experience because The head coach was Jose Neves. The hitting coach was Lenny Harris and I was just another coach on the staff. Just trying to learn from them and they gave me Some wiggle room to kind of pick up on stuff and teach and learn and not to mention the coordinators that would come in like Miguel Cairo and Barry Larkin and I was able to learn from them. So that's summer. It was hard to do because I was. My heart was still in playing the game but it was. It made a lot of sense now looking back from the knowledge. I gained so fast forward those to summer. That's what I did right. After I played I get a call in August. And the brewers called me and said Hey. Would you be interested in scouting? I said? Yeah so long story. Short I interviewed and interview is not difficult for me because I was just talking baseball the whole time. Kinda like mean. You're talking baseball right now. So I I wasn't like really nervous. I was twenty three years old. Twenty four whatever. It was at the time I I've been talking baseball with my dad since I was ten years old on car rides home from game so it was easy for me to kind of to that. Devasta- were named enough for me to give a young guy a shot it unique to say the least to get going in like we mentioned. Zac. Clarke Clarke was kind of the first kind of guy that Kinda you know. Talk to me about it. All and his experience and kind of take me under his wing in per se. So that's kind of how I got into. I had I had no scouting experience other than being around the game and going into recruiting events with my dad which actually probably is the most tangible scouting experience. You could possibly have but yeah. That's that's Kinda how I segue into all of this so you're scouting amateurs now and you have New Jersey all the way up to Maine correct. Yep So is there like A. I mean I'm sure it's one of those jobs where they expect obviously did expect you come up with a lot of knowledge of the game in a lot of you know as a player you can evaluate talent like we do it every day whether you're playing or or or watching but what's the What's the big takeaways from your first year scouting because I know in conversations with Zach like hugest learning so much and I know you guys? I'm sure bouncing tons of stuff off each other but it seems like it's a. It's probably hard to know what your club expects a view number one and then. I think probably today more than any day in history is probably harder to be scout because there's so much data there's so many new ideas about analytics every teams using them in a different way And we won't really get into what the brewers are necessarily looking for. But how do you navigate writing a report? That's kind of based on feel and like your impressions because like you said Joe Panic. There's things you WANNA put on paper with a guy like him or with a guy like you like this guy is a ball player. He can help you win games. He can do intangible things that don't necessarily show up on track man right button there still value in that assume. So how do you tell me about like what your process has become now as as an amateur scout? Yeah I mean. The funny thing is like as you mentioned. The first time I got into the thing I learned. Was these guys travel. But that was from being at Saint. John's and looking at the San working alongside the same scouts. Now like that kind of perspective change for me was. I didn't realize what not I had an idea of what they did. But the depth of what they were doing you know they were always kind of place to place seeing stuff like that as far as my process. Everyone's is different for me. I try to never forget how hard this game is because I think a lot of times as scouts the easy thing to do is like this guy is not very good you know. He's not he's not going to have what it takes to play in the big leagues and the odds are if we take that mentality. We're going to be right more than we're all the one thing. I try to challenge myself as like what do I see in this guy? Why why do I like him kind of? Think of it that way just because to get to the big leagues is hard enough yes. I'm still very stern with the player. And what I see but I try not to cross them off right away just based on. What's the one thing I learned is being around? The game is like you never know who could pitch big lease Zach. Clark coin a you know like Zach Clark was probably tougher than everybody else. I never saw that Clark pitch but he will there's to be a major leaguer like that you have to have a high level of belief in yourself and was a lot of times if we don't know these kids we will know that and. I think there's so much good information out there on track man. All this stuff is great. Because we're able to get the pitch types and tours and make up stuff from a raw standpoint. We're able to get the accuracy of that better but we don't aren't able to get is unless as scouts and this is one thing I'd this is. The most passionate part of my job is to get to know the kid get to see their fibers. Get get into their fibers. Because that's what makes it different and I keep going back to Zach Clark because I talk about his story all the time. Is that stories. Incredible to me because if you what I learned is you come across a kid like that. That's a kid you want to give a shot. If the abilities there because at some point the abilities are all going to be somewhat in the same cool so what separates. Everybody else is their belief in themselves with fortitude their willingness to to get better their love for the game. That's what the that love for. The game is going to take you take any given person higher than everybody else so for me as a scout those are some things. I'm still looking at and one thing that didn't make sense to me now. A lot of times and you could speak to. This is a lot of times coaches will be or scouts will be. Hey it's about being a like. Is this kid a good kid? He's when people ask that to you and your on that amateur sign you're playing. You necessarily don't really understand that. And now I understand more because being a good person treating people right in this camp. That's another way that two separate yourself you know nobody like those one percent or zero zero point one percent of guys like my just weighed more talented than everybody else for my also get personal..

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