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"ali frazier" Discussed on ESPN Daily
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"ali frazier" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"This ever seen a basket cup of low and after six rounds ali. Kind of visibly loses steam. A little disgusted with himself. But he's money. I i'd say he's having a hanley.
"ali frazier" Discussed on KGO 810
"You know, for the most part in large part, I mean, they said we had a good relationship, and Dusty Baker told me was like Ali Frazier because they They fed off each other. They woke up in the morning and check the other guy's box score. You hit a home run. I gotta head home run. Um, and that parallel, I mean, they were three years apart, but Most played 22 years in the big leagues. Both appeared in 24 All Star games, both played and Negro leagues, both from Alabama. Um uh and And that mutual respect from afar, I guess was epitomized in these conversations I had with them. Erin telling me that The time at all Star games was Some of the best times Hank ever spent because he hung out with Willie and these other guys and Willie would tell stories. Well, he was the older guy three years older, but you know, in baseball that zbig difference On days would would talk about stuff that Hank appreciated and live by and hey told me, he said, I couldn't be willing. I mean, my captain by all I could make a basket catch. I couldn't run around and dance and and do those things will he did. I had to put my head down, run around the bases and be business like and that's exactly who he was. And fans love Maze because amaze fans loved Erin because of Aaron. Why was he called the hammer? Does he hit the ball, man? His risk? His wrists were four. Yeah, I mean, nobody had Hank Aaron rests every every kid who ever grew up watching that guy. Said, Man I want wrist like Hank Aaron and neither of these guys with 6 ft. You know, Willie and egg face, either of them look like some of today's players, these body building gods. But but they just used their body to the best that you could get them. So, um, you know, you don't work out with weights and work out in the off season. They were just I asked, will answer. Do you keep in shape? And you said I never got out of shape, and I'm sure that was a true with Hank. Um they were. They were gifted, but they worked hard and They thought, you know, they have that six tools out. Think the opponent outsmart the opponent? Think ahead. Anticipate? Envision. And that's what got him ahead. It wasn't just skills and talent and and and all that stuff. I mean, they mindset was just so far above. Competition and take who never hit more than 44 home runs ended up with the all time home run record. Never had 1545. But consistency year after year, which you don't see in today's play you that might have one good year, But these guys had 789 years in a row and then Maybe hit 2 82 nights and then seven or eight good years in a row after that, so they never took a break. A Reggie Jackson takes credit for Nick giving M C. Hammer his nickname his stage name, and, and The reason, he said, was because he looked like Hank Aaron. Did you hear that story, too? Yeah. Stanley Burrell was his name and he was a kid growing up up in Oakland, and he always showed up to the player parking lot and hung out with these guys, Uh, befriended Charlie Finley, who Named him the honorary general manager of the team, candle spy or whatever you want to call it, but But you went to work for the A's, and then you know, he danced in the parking lot with these guys because he grew up dancing. That's what he was even as a kid and And Stanley Burrell. Um, you know, got to be close. He's got it. He's got this cool picture of him as a kid with Hank and yeah, they had that resemblance. But that's how we got his name Hammer after Hamburg make Well, you know, M C Hammer is still with us. The other hammer the real hammer. Hank Aaron has now died and you know, he's just one of the greats. One of the absolute great I've said it before, John. I'll say it again. I have been fascinated by the old Negro leagues, and I wish it some point. They were really done. Justice. I want to see some kind of a massive blockbuster movie because it seems like that's the only way that we can really have a glimpse. That history and how great these players were, because it's true. You know, in the earlier ages in the time of Babe Ruth, he never had to take any of these guys on he never had to play against black players. And that's not to say he would have still been a great ball player. Of course he would have been, But oh, my God, how different baseball would have been in that era? Had it been integrated? I thank you. Yeah, Yeah, I scored Charleston played in Pedro's done, but he was black. So Who is Oscar Charleston? Well, maybe not, as many people know him, but they say he was Willie Mays before Willie Mays. That's how good he was with the five tools, but he played in Babe's era was about the same age. Nobody knew about him outside. You know, white media, um And you know that you know that. That's unfortunate, but but you're right. That would be a wonderful movie, and we saw 42 the Jackie Robinson movie, but that was really over. You know, one or two years of his life. Going back from 19 twenties 1948. The history of the Negro leagues, which now by the way, are being counted among major league statistics. According to this announcement last month by Major league baseball, and that's wonderful that you know. Hank doesn't follow into those years because it goes through 1948. And he didn't play with the Indianapolis clowns and until a couple of years later, But Willie as a 17 year old play with the Birmingham Black Bear, and so he had a home run that year, So instead of 6 60 we might see is Home run total soon as 6 61 0 That will be good to see John Shea is always good to talk with you. Thank you so much for joining us today. My pleasure, Pat. Thanks. Thanks for talking that sun Shade. John. She writes for the San Francisco Chronicle. He's their national baseball writer and his book 24 Life stories and lessons from the Say. Hey, kid. It's a fantastic book about Willie Mays..
"ali frazier" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Now i presented that's you can hear the argument against the tariffs i think this editorial has a number of things that are factual but that the conclusion is rog are we going to trade war no we're not are we starting at trade war a great you maybe we are born not in one yet the retaliation that they've talked about has not occurred for that it'd be a trade war we have to be at war in a year from now we'll know if we are at a trade war because it would mean that there'd be all sorts of retaliation for both sides that europe would be slapping tariffs on american products that we'd respond with even more and have it all out trade war just because trump is firing some shots here does it mean that there will be a trade war with trump is clearly doing is smacking some of these other countries in the face and he's doing so because he believes that we have rolled over for far too long now true we smack them in the face they may smack us right back in the face and in our attempts to deal with the fact that we've been rolled over we may end up hurting ourselves people smack each other in the face ten times you may hurt the other guy but he's ended up hurting you too i referenced yesterday the thrill in manila the classic ali frazier fight the paul does nothing about well you don't you don't know which one was which was in manila where it was the former was in an apartment was in africa manila which is it was it was nine hundred and fifty thousand degrees that the thrill in manila that was the third one the first one which is the one the frazier beat ali you should know that simple to the united states where would it be vegas so that's one obvious guests ron pick the other obvious the garden and the garden anyway you do run the risk that this is the thrilla in manila the frazier and ali both beat the crap out of what it other in that.
"ali frazier" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Like show for overall the the warriors are ten to one series fans the entire air you go so that means a cats have a one in ten chance of winning the area go that's what i'm saying and game by game it's it's really ugly though as far as like how much you had to bet on the worst win any money how do you think this audience will respond to this are you excited about the cavs warriors or less excited because i get the feeling that people are tired of seeing these two but that still the two best teams many would you want boston and houston just because it's different i hope kevin love is able to play that that to me if we can have a respectable series here yeah fritzy i think the average fan is sick of four in a row even though maybe the two best teams and you know if you're a pattern nba you just want to see the two best teams ballot once again like ali frazier or something like that but i think it'd be like sixty five percent at least thing that they're less excited yeah teams agape or tired of the war i don't think that these are two embraceable teams i think that there are people i think they're polarizing lebron polarizing for variety of reasons to people and golden state it feels like you're just they're not embraceable they were more embraceable when they didn't have kevin durant but durant goes in there and you go okay should win like why is this close guys once you start playing like you're supposed to check in with the cavaliers bill livingston has been writing about the cavaliers cleveland sports for decades.
"ali frazier" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Their hands to different spots and it's been impressive he he enjoys the game he always has a smile and he comes to wear every day and wants to be great which i i really put your all right last one for you i've been sending the podcast last week that i feel like the american league top of the top of american league top of baseball you have like the ali frazier forman with the astros red sox and yankees and then you have a lot of welter wages that's just my opinion everyone's obviously trying to win their division but given the fact that maybe two of the three best teams in baseball are in the same division do you feel that extra urgency to to win the division because you don't want the the wild card i think you know nobody wants to play that game that's that's a tough game to play is such a you know high pressures fish by pitch only have one shot to make it through an x wrong so you're going to do everything to avoid again but you know i think i think the allie of the of the league and i know my my buddy aj interests gonna hate me for to say this he's still some astros there will chance of all the pressure and the houston astras i made they can't i'm so well you is it to the level where you will line up you know you'll look ahead to a yankee red sox series in lineup you rotation with that very much in mind no no i think sometimes the other way around you gotta make sure you win every series and sometimes people get caught up like lined up everybody for for the yankees or the astros so being but there's a lot of good things out there we do so we just witnessed had with the oakland a's the.
"ali frazier" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"However i think are also an outstanding team did it it's also a really balancing depending of course on exactly who's in their rotations they seem to have the ability to have a a a pretty something close to a steamroller lineup maybe not quite to the same level of the yankees but really really close in they have they have a lot of swing and missing their rotation if if price and sale our pricing taylor both at the top of their game with portillo pitching as well as he is that's really impressive and then their bullpen has been a little bit more patchwork but very effective for not just this year but really dating back to the beginning of twenty seventeen so i in terms of how these two teams how these two teams present it's it is it's really impressive i mean they're fun games to watch right now yeah i was talking to book shelby a little while ago and he mentioned that it feels like that the red sox yank eighties astros are like the ali frazier informant baseball right now and everybody else is in a different way class the three great teams but the red sox did get bad news yesterday i saw your tweets that she sent out about it you you you mentioned that maybe we're not ready to call everything going on with david price red flags but certainly big concern at this point when you put the composite picture together there has to be you know a pretty considerable amount of concern in david prices last outing he was sitting at ninety two ninety three with his fastball and that's down a couple of six from you know from where he was back in back in twenty fifteen his last season before before he was with the red sox she's also exhibited a couple of outings whether it was the yankees outing on april eleventh and he exited when he first encountered this numbness in the feeling of numbness in his hands or more particularly with his most recent outing against the rangers where he walked a handful of.
"ali frazier" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Well you know i had the good fortune to be around here and clay with usa basketball and you know when you're up close with them and you watch them shoot it's it's it's hard to believe like how deep they can shoot it and how quick they can get it off and then oftentimes what you realize is that in transition they can pull up from anywhere probably might not be a great shot for a lot of people but for them it is i mean they they can make them so i i'd like to see those two in have shootout or shooting contest because pretty close between those two i'd like to have you and luke walton have a voice off coach it'd be close i mean this would be ali frazier mean younger guy the boy's gonna get a little deeper i think hey look terrific job with the lakers he's really good guy to congrats got homework to do which aims hard you know what i'm gonna try i think you should make him go right in yeah we're gonna why is it every left handed guy you all we always go you force him right like nobody says about a right handed guy hey more seem left right oh that's pretty good right yeah nobly you know you can make him go right all you want he's to spend back around and go left on it doesn't matter though not matter hey congrats on making appreciate you have.
"ali frazier" Discussed on The Young Turks
"A hell of a game and i would argue yes the greatest game ever played so here's my reasoning look the falcons had a huge lead at the end of uh in the big middle and towards the end of last year super bowl and the patriots at one of the greatest comebacks you've ever seen patriots have done some of those most stunning upsets and have suffered some of the most stunning upsets in super bowl history but those were onesided affairs the falcons did everything right in the first half the patriots that everything right in the second half in this game both teams it certainly offense of we but i could make an argument that that that the offense is just overwhelmed otherwise good defenses played spectacularly throughout it was only one punting a game that's unbelievable beagles punted once and that's it the patriots never punted and and that is relevant to the story because the most important part was it was a title fight from round one all the way to the end punch after punch it was ali frazier and neither side relented they blow both played like champions over 1100 yard so wrong and game nick falls along the best qb performances ever in a super bowl he's in the top six in terms of qbe rating but i he went beyond that it was spectacularly clutch not only throwing for touchdowns but obviously famously now catching a touchdown pass as well and do i have to bother saying that was the best performance by a backup quarterback in super bowl history of cars it was one of the best performance.
"ali frazier" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And author i'm the four the hidden dna of amazon apple facebook and google joins us now is that like thon guy or something of that when we can now they're the acronyms are getting harder getting harder so jim musser said that will be a good thing if the amazon buy target why would you disagree with that so i saw anytime gene months who says something you kind of question your own believes because he's a fantastic analysts but with target you would get amazon we'd get scale and relationships with consumer brown's and they already have both those things in addition it i believe the numbers on strategies to go after the affluent consumer to go after the top half and target doesn't necessarily foot to that show it makes sense and this would subsidy ali frazier of retail and that is walmart versus amazon i mean they would really collide headon to each other i believe a an acquisition were probably make more sense for it to their strategy would be nordstrom because they've stubbed toe amazon has been unable to break into the kind of the beauty counter into your closet and they've had trouble getting distribution with high end luxury brands it's still don't trust amazon for me there's actually better acquisition candidates having said all this amazon is coming under such intense scrutiny right now that i wouldn't be surprised that they decide to go little under the radar and not announce any big acquisitions in the shortterm hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings mobile business news 24 hours a day catholic merck dot com the radio mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash and.
"ali frazier" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Team and apply plowing not into they take down the entire australia tuna jio the book listen to that crowds they roll up on that payload that's a huge power and i amazed complete completely on contest at that point and then they go back for the reverse sweep that play it is ollie rable and it's it's one of those if we were talking about earlier were undergo some serious changes you're never gonna see a play like that again never not nestled in this one hundred percent because as much as you have rule changes in traditional sports you know the one zone versus both feet down in the end zone in terms of of how you play football by there are moments in east force that literally will not be able to exist anymore because of game changer right if you like if you set a quarterback is no longer allowed to throw a pass more than twenty yards it's probably going to near you can see changes like yet here are the china verse france match france undertaken three to one france very good showing this year they came in with one goal in mind they wanted south korea they did they did yup up after that was south korea verse the usa skies find the whole i i keep hearing was the match to watch army this was this was the ali frazier of east for that it is it is that powerful of a moment right now in just how each sports is viewed because it was so competitive it was so intense in army you saw that both teams had elevate their levels at some point i mean between flower in sinatra for south korea in u s respectively like i i've never seen individual play and that level be so amazing mom i was blown there was a three two one series when they took them all the way to game 5 even tied one of them in every single downtown us second honam more map specifically if you haven't seen you need to watch and they must this match it's.
"ali frazier" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Well there's recent history i'm looking at large move adds long game wrecked just might run number three army versus frazier oh that's good backed up hosted beca extremely personable you remember are we actually apologize to frazier ya sinking and his numbers yet kick hires man is in your your your who are are you say nasty stuff again noam two nine number two now ransacked versus yankees yeah oh well hold on somebody doesn't like my top tier rivalries he must be n'koumo de warn their battle no he's he's got a fan michael just let him get there he's only had like six and there is a three two two two two his it to go ahead through israel experts of yankees and the number one rivalry were makers versus okay at us you realize ilsing's had ucs you call every rivalry ali frazier because that's the greatest rebel we in sports we work i'll we all have in the union go up senior robina seventy said noting pops not legal terms that ali frazier's considered anything you compare rivals because the ali frazier of the rivalry that's the greens robbery in sportsman did you weren't around you don't understand one way i only link theor beal though was talk about labour don't hourglass if you want marie are no later celtics as big as the house razors be butler is is not in the top ten is what mike lacoss that no he said oh are the no israeli rewrote enemy number one us normal no three anybody knows the history of that derive weep who had i know the history utah young how many times they fright tree three hungary ancestors jerry travel the red sox a yankees play.
"ali frazier" Discussed on Championship Drive
"All right guys lastly we have davor rush to at d m arch two he says which fcc weekend which you take for alabama to be considered top five best team ever as the sec weekend like with the conference down what would it take for alabama to be considered a top five best team ever ah i mean you have to win a national championship last year was supposed to be the greatest last year's team out empty never put on shoulder paradigm yeah and that probably would have cemented it so i was watching the alabama game against exxon and saturday night and i just was marvelled of how well they do everything now how they put their hat on the ball other running backs find the holes and hit them they just do stuff it always it's always going to take a title met saturday night against anm felt like a loss they were there rubber nearly three touchdowns it it it it just felt like this team imploded they won by eight in one of the most difficult venues in college football could have won by law that that game could have could have been four touchdown game but i think it's interesting if this team runs the table and winds that would think about this that would be too that would be two seasons in a row with a perfect regular season amazing i mean this isn't losing that game dole miss like they did a couple of years ago two years in row me this was running the table and i think it would i think if if it if it is clemson in the national championship it would help that because it's like you would hear a lot of ali frazier rubber match right yeah this is this is this is the thrilla in manila uh eh but.
"ali frazier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Think it does highlight you know it it does shanna spotlight on the yankee success because it came out of nowhere which is unusual for that franchise and it looks like it'll be around for awhile with the age of some of their key players you i'm looking forward to is probably another golden age v accuse red sox robbery because we hear the rich talks lupus shortage of the red sox have done made now one nearly two years in a row in a horror very young player bogart benintendi jackie bradley ah care that only god can renew it's it's going to be a lot of fun nixed gosh five six seven eight years because i mean the eu would assume yulia it and it's different when the yankees in the red sox have you on cores because you assume that lived in it that much of his quarter going to stay together you don't even to be if you're ready for the royals who does a fine window for forgot quarter to be able to win you know or renewed or or other teams like current metro that matter but uh the or the aqam the red sox you know when they have you know four and five guys you to growing up together to girl probably gonna be around for awhile and you're boring injury or whatnot next going to be a lot of fun because i think they're going to pry go back and forth trading via we eastern and because they're such monster in terms of your financial might you know you would whichever team probably what you're losing it up our game or to one year you're gonna make a huge signing the next year right and it's going to be one of those kinda you know golding cold war things with uh i think is really what made yoga the rivalry so interesting you know back in two thousand three two thousand four in that era because it was clear these two guys were reported in just one when championships everyone to win the championship chick every other to our phrase about the old ali frazier rivalry and that's really gonna be you know what a lot of fun to watch i think i think they'll have core were adding that one play your and who you.
"ali frazier" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"And i think we actually have the sound let's hear from abhran james talking about plan against these great teens others protocol under score against teams us in the midst of a dynasty and this has been the best team in our league last three years ago said has been ties to a career while display teens the just in the midst of something that allows for a long time and obviously this team is built to be able to do that with the town of they have now we see what happens obviously you never knows no happen but as it stands right now to look pretty good as far as the future yes so that sounds like some any i don't blame lebrun that much because again i don't have a lotta respect four the way golden state god in a scrap with the blonde james last year and then went on the second best player they got into a fistfight and it was a great fight with the cleveland cavaliers in the brian james they started talking smack last year drew mongering got out of control and the next thing you know lebrun curbs stopped him and embarrassed them came back from three one great fight and so i would have liked to see this trilogy this is why ali frazier this trilogy come back with the same pieces and let's have a rubber mat but instead they would i'm kevin duran and again i'm knocking kevin durant at this point but again it's like they went on steroids with kevin durant and now they're fighting lebron james with their big brother now in the fight who was it involved in the first fight and they're beaten him up and so i i get will abhran is coming from to a degree but overall.
"ali frazier" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Four the way golden state got in a scrap with the blind james last year and then went on the second best player they got in a fight and it was a great fist fight with the cleveland cavaliers in the brian james they started talking smack last year dri mongering got out of control and the next thing you know lebrun curbs stopped him and in bear some came back from three one great fight and so i would have liked to see this trilogy this is why ali frazier this trilogy come back with the same pieces and let's have a rubber match but instead they went on gone cavantou ran and again i'm knocking kevin durant at this point but again is like they went on steroids with kevin duran and now they're fighting lebron james with their big brother now in the fi who was it involved in the first fight and they're beaten him up and so i i get were is coming from to a degree but overall lebrun and this victimization is related to the way he handled the vandalism at his los angeles home that makes me bit irks me look lebrun as a victim doesn't play for me at all he's the most plentiful talent i think i've ever seen in sports he was blessed with some godgiven talents and he's been blessed with a tremendous amount of power in order to do things in the nba the way he wants and done.
"ali frazier" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"You should try the mammalian basketball and i thought he was so intelligent the way he handled newsouth because the situation and made him point to let people know this does exist and it will be here for a very long time and these kind of issues should be answered i think i will be very supportive again because we went through the same thing in the past hey would really look up to her village aimed especially the way he carried himself listen i gotta this last wheeze the conversation continued on all throughout the week i'm not i don't think the analogy to muhammad ali is in any way appropriate and i'm someone that a few years ago for lebrun was headed down the ali path i think he's pivoted and move i just muhammed ali never ever ever recorded popularity neve and as long as you court popularity you're never ever really a truly revolutionary figure in my opinion the revolutionaries the people to really make an impact don't court popularity lebron james spoke out against namecalling that something every parent does at some point in their life every teacher does at some point in their life is true of racism in this country it mostly impacts the poor i wish lebrun his finished time talking about that i don't see the comparison i'll athletes first of all ali just because somebody doesn't compared ali it's not a criticism of that person ali's the most unique athlete of my life area of i mean my dad wasn't a sports fan we talked about ali frazier when he defend athletes.