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"cecil fielder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:52 min | 6 months ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Vantage points the fans have even if they're out there is so great did you know the the overhang was fantastic and there was a deal this every now and then someone will get one up on the roof like a Reggie Jackson Cecil fielder and was like his mythical events you know even more impressive than the hidden one in the bay are far more impressive really and it just it just felt like it it just felt like baseball and everybody that worked there there ever came in contact with we have this tremendous sense of pride of working at Tiger Stadium and then it was it was absolutely and I've heard many people say that then you get the fan when you feel the same right you get to the old Yankee Stadium the field again at Wrigley Field but but subject Tiger Stadium was definitely one of those and do you think about food rich Marty he his his first game ever pitched okay he's a rookie in nineteen seventy six nobody knows who he is was in Oakland in in late April is it he comes in and say this is one guy into it is don Baylor in a close game he faces one guy Baylor singles in the winning run game over see you later Cordell Washington scores in the eighties when that was his major league debut he didn't pitch again for like two weeks in the past the real gem in Cleveland where he had a no hitter for seven innings and like you say by the time I got the June and he was on a roll it was there's nothing quite like it he started the all star game he's making sixteen thousand a year to start the all star game come on in nineteen seventies and the and listening to the broadcasts I love the broadcast with those three guys in about princes so droll yeah you know Warner Wolfe is excitable and euchre was just as funny as ever and they were saying because it's pre all star game is saying well he's gotta start the you know he's got to be other theories are started and he ends up nineteen seventy six Bruce the guy not only makes the all star team he starts the all star game yeah he goes nineteen and nine with a twenty four complete games and nobody even has one today to two something two point three ERA or mean what a story is out there you know talking to the ball and then telling the ball what path is going to take and then getting down on his knees and many carrying around and leaping over the foul lines and it is funny I did watch a tape of that Yankee Stadium gave it when it was over that nobody left it's like fifty thousand people in Detroit or just their loving this moment so much they they had no reason to go home in a given you know a curtain call and he he was really pretty as showing as he was he was really pretty pretty modest and he couldn't believe they were doing that any he finally came out in the once I got him on the field it wouldn't let him leave it to turn into this big favorites party it was just it was so great a minute nobody watching this guy used to be eight years older you don't know the game at all have fun and different he was yeah you know in a way it's almost I don't know if it was better he died way too young but the fact that he was a little bit of a media or makes it makes it especially especially cool and historically significant because it was something that you if you were able to see it and enjoyed it was very very special yeah because the next year the arm trouble and would eventually out of Tanner cuff and he he was finished but I looked at the all star game just because he gave up a couple runs you know right away so you know here he is first time in the big leagues is starting the all star game in veterans stadium and you know sixty three thousand nine more and in Tiger Stadium the guys looking around the fifty thousand and he's so excited M. in the region it was like a kid well we are athletes this is the first thing so Pete rose single sticker RV triple Joe Morgan fly out to short right field George foster ground out in the run scores and then was in ski felt fly so that's his first in his second inning he should have put together a little bit more bench gets a base hit Kingman FAO's out and then Dave Concepcion a base hit and then Randy Jones they let Randy Jones hit really judge is gonna pitches game so they let him hit and the heat it's a passed ball then he strikes out and then he ends up getting Pete rose in a ground ball back to the boxers two innings but what I did if you can get P. rose on a ground ball back to the box that that stands up now that's so funny they let Randy Jones hit I mean the whole point is to get a pinch hitter up there for these guys whenever you can but you know pictures went three the starters tended to go three innings back then if not the next two or three guys next to guys about three innings no no no no it's a different guy every at bat it's he was going to get his time and then you know then I can review came in next but the also listeners line up for the National League so Pete rose Garvey Joe Morgan George foster lives in ski Johnny bench oh my god came it never came in right Concepcion and Randy Jones of the American League run the floor who is in the in the you talked about yeah rod rod Carew George Brett Thurman lesson Freddie land Toby Harra rusty Staab and Bobby Christian then Fitch total involved yeah right well see stop S. east I was trying to trying to get her to come out for that that curtain call that big game against the Yankees in and you know fitters is like now you go out there he goes mark I don't think they're crying for more rusty I think it's just a few that was a great out Bruxelles tell you that seventy six season and what baseball does this my MLB is doing it especially this time the take our mind off everything give us entertainment mark Fisher itch the bird did just what you said it would path down the amount so it would land in the same spot that he wanted yeah he talked to the ball he talked to himself captured the entire baseball world for that whole season every every time the money this guy on yeah it was an act I mean this is what he did he was a farm country guy from the farm in Massachusetts and you know he's talking about yeah I'm not really that smart you know I think that they had a great access to the system god you know use it use it to absolute original but he was not if not a fake he wasn't trying to put on an act this is this is what he did when he pitched you know he he wanted to tell the ball was happening it never discussion with the ball relief with any luck the ball would have a few things back to Salem and this is how we went about it in the meanwhile he he got he got these all these guys out and in honor of those there every season is great in baseball but some of the fitters hitters that he faced and you just mentioned there any other well all season the nineteen game winner and this was a baseball so this was a fitness fiction story coming to life and really what I say and that's what we will do everything it again really anything close I mean you can talk about L. robot ski having a moment behind the mount any storms back to them out all you know is going to war against Braveheart or something but there's nothing like nothing like that rich very good nineteen in nine ninety out of these six well two hundred fifty innings he walked fifty three struck at only ninety seven how bout that well that is it that's cool because he was he was clever he he was a bit a little bit of Greg Maddux and we moved the ball around he had guys hitting what they weren't expecting and you know the timing is so important and I think that's a great part of his story and it makes you think that if he's stayed healthy he could have done that a few more years very good all right that those are the pine tar game we got was George Brett and we got to figure each game we had Joey Malfitano on for about forty five minutes talking about the twenty three twenty two game in in Wrigley Field were Joe he was a third base coach for the cubs he had ice down his arm afterwards well the first inning Philly score seven in the top of the first Randy lurch it's a home run the pitcher and he doesn't make it out of the first in the bottom of the first he gives up six the Phillies are up twenty one to nine in that game that's going to be barely under the window Larry Bowa said yeah we're up twelve in the previous homeowner a couple touchdowns we were still right in sight for him in the game yeah Graham and the other one is Dave Kingman you know he had three home runs in the game and Joey said look and Joe is very candid about he said you know the guy didn't always give you fifty yeah he would give you fifty cents on the dollar so to speak he said if he would've yeah put this his mind to this he would have been one of the great players yeah absolutely that I'm sure tug McGraw never got over he gave up seven runs in a third of an inning yeah it took took interest theory is the R. A. back but what I loved about that as you look read about it no I don't deleted we're all trained you know in retrospect here but it came down to Mike Schmidt and the guy the man was Bruce Souter who is there to help me the best reliever he he was he was throwing a split finger at that time it was like this revolutionary pitted nobody could hit and I'm not sure what he threw it I think it might have been a split and in the top of the tenth inconvenience Smith put in the bleachers and that was the game deciding run but yes miss shooter and assisted but Pete rose bill Buckner Kerry Matix is in that game Donnie Moore was in that game and it's pretty dressed as some stunning stunning the real world where you and I have talked for years about Pete rose and you know back and forth in this hall of fame stuff Bruce after watching him play in this game and remembering how he plays and he ended up with but three or four hit something I forget how many he was three for seven then scored four runs after the third out he would spike the ball at first base but to see that batting stance the way he was shocked over choking up on the back you couldn't get the ball past and there's and I'm trying to think of somebody like rod Carew maybe someone like him and there's no doubt in my mind and and for me not to have him as a hall of Famer he'd have to open up a bookie shop in the middle of Market Street you know honest yeah he's like yeah exactly is it you know trump would have to shoot somebody on Broadway you know the way things are going open he would care yeah for some reason people care but as a baseball player I just can't think of anybody close to the guy no no Sir yeah we also sometimes we sit around dreaming up our all time team we're going to take on some of the pick my team and see if you can beat it or vice versa and you know you don't know where to put it in the field to maybe a third or left field but I'm gonna lead off with rose because he when he steps up there the other team's going okay were really in it for now it's not like a real harm Tony Gwynn when he got in there he owned he owns it he only played here on the game he on the county and the city in the state I mean he was he was just a frigging bad **** guy up there if you could just tell he was going to he was going to have a good night I date I I one time I had the privilege of being in Cincinnati near the end of his career and he just went five for five against the giants adjusting and CAD you know this guy's just just insane and it emits in the hall of.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Expert. Can we go to you with all of our barbecue questions and you're willing to be the supreme court. Judge who makes rulings failings on this stuff not going to say that but i mean you know from <hes> looking at the taste of the game two bucks and everything i know a little bit but i'm not not a master bernie all right well. We're making you master anyway whether you want to be or not because i hear on behalf of kingsford charcoal and if you don't wanna play along we're going to do it anyway anyway. So tell us a perfect way to barbecue something. According to <hes> prince fielder or definitely gotta use kingsford charcoal and that's where all the slavery return on it depends. I mean you know i mean it depends on how you like your whatever your <hes> grilling likely well done meeting. You know what i mean in whatever you like to see oppresses so prince. What do you do if you if you're grilling because timing is very important with this stuff because you want the stuff to be hot the second it comes off the grill l. so if you're going hot dogs hamburgers and chicken do you throw them all on the grill. I you throw one on the grill. I how do you negotiate that. That's a good question. I probably would go <hes> chicken last after i do hot dogs <hes> burgers and chicken and that way you know the hotdogs bergerson house house request for a second grade to go what is the best side dish at a barbecue question <hes> first of all the teams making them and i would say probably i like <hes> macaroni and cheese all all prince. Is it thoroughly unacceptable to put aluminum. Foil down on the grill before you start grilling question. I don't know i don't really know grown up. Everyone my dad and everyone. I'd never seen them do that. So i would say no cecil fielder would never he would never even though some even though some producers back there on our show may have thought that cecil fielder was a position in baseball when they were kids. Cecil fielder would never disrespect barbecue that way yeah that was me. I thought it was a position where you thought it was like a guy right behind second base like not an outfielder wow prints we can agree though kale the worst well. I mean you know it. If you need is now for you know for the for the health factor. I guess what swallow but prince you became vegan league right or you're out. You're on behalf of grilling but you still vegan obviously not now talking cheese and hot dogs but i was very disappointed. When you became a vegan i imagine that your house look like the rocky meat locker and that he trained it. No not that no not that much deep dish pizza overrated or not overrated well. <hes> you know grown run up in detroit for a while the deep dish you know i like they always always bought me detroit and you know they were good to me. I like i think they're they're rated just fine i really let's say you're cooking big back ribs. Go along with the kingsford charcoal. What kind of wood would yang's nice. I didn't think about about that or you've stumped..

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Expert. Can we go to you with all of our barbecue questions skins and you're willing to be the supreme court judge who makes rulings on this stuff <hes> now. I'm not gonna say that but i mean you know from looking at the game book everything. I know a little bit but i'm not not a master by all right well. We're making you a master anyway whether you want to be or not because you're here on behalf of kingsford the charcoal and if you don't wanna play along we're going to do it anyway. So tell us a perfect way to barbecue something. According to prince fielder or oh you definitely gotta use kingsford charcoal. That's where all the flavor comes on well done and <hes> it depends. I mean you know i mean it depends on how you like your whatever your <hes> grilling world medium. You know what i mean whatever you like you know. It's your presence so prince. What do you do if you're grilling because timing is very important with this stuff stuff because you want to be hot. The second comes off the grill. So if you're going hot dogs hamburgers and chicken dethrone all on the grill i you throw one in the girl i i. How do you negotiate that. That's a good question. I probably go chicken last after i do hotdogs burgers and chicken and that way you know the hotdogs burgers can rest for a second check is that you're ready to go. What is the best side dish at a barbecue your question <hes> first of all depends who's making them and i would say probably i like <hes> macaroni and cheese prince. Is it thoroughly unacceptable to put aluminum. Foil down on the grill before you start grilling right question though <hes> i don't really growing up everyone one my dad and everyone. I've never seen them do that. So i would say no cecil fielder would never he would never even though even though some producers back there on our show may have thought that cecil fielder was a position in baseball when they were kids. Cecil fielder would never disrespect barbecue that way yeah that was me. I thought it was a physician position. I thought it was like a guy right behind second base outfielder. They're making geico.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Yeah right here's adam even my own yeah yeah i guess now kind of how they're doing it now did you have to enter a credit card number four the by now butter they'll just like honor honor for immediately called news just like sitting over the wiring instructions oh my god i got to go she asians far as the price goes no no there's no no okay we now welcome come on very special guests were in his home his rented home in long island it's brooks kepco he is the usa open two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen champion and also the pj champ return champion right so you're not a defender crown here this weekend at bethpage black an i wanna start with the most important question you have three majors you're very good looking you got muscles you've got the whole fucking tan and everything what's your problem i got no problem okay well we got a problem maybe one problem rental okay yes we asked him brandel chamblee that might come around yeah sure but seriously like you need who were gonna start a whole rebranded brooks kepco on this show you are too perfect so we need to figure out like give us your biggest weakness start biggest weakness to reality tv that's why that's right i know joyce rent real house last year yeah yeah there was a you got skinny recently and i did that pissed off america that's that was really interesting going into the masters because people were mad at you that you lost weight i know it or not i know everyone else's china when he was just like i wish brooks would put on thirty pounds and get back to like say how many how much weight did you lose like thirty pounds in what what's the plan behind that is one of the look good now is this yeah he's wanna look good yeah ramp yeah well yeah yeah you might as well go you actually lost power though when you drive right yeah and were not gulf guys but what will go sprinkle couple of goals wasn't that bad to lose power under dr i mean it's not good so long you noticed it like were you like what what's going on here and you just start eating again yeah well yeah once we got everything done squared away all the photo shoots done we a a definitely eight like a champ but i know that okay so you're ugly cheeseburgers yeah did you actually have photo shoots oh yeah so you lost weight yeah proponent of look good yeah yeah who doesn't wanna look good as you stop working out after yes okay that's right also working out before how much she basically says oh no i've been benched time it's been six weeks really longtime longtime right though i heard that you used to be able to put up three fifteen yeah i could how many times just wants oh i also heard they used a workout sometimes after rounds is that true yeah before after one is that weird though like if you're lifting weights before you go out on the course doesn't affect i feel like if i do three triceps extensions i can't shoot a basketball for like a week afterwards look better in the shirt so much meteor she idea a very tight that's on my list is well a sweet i wanna go back because like golf is one of those sports at everyone always thinks like oh you like the fact guys can play it's you know phil mickelson back in the day now it's completely different you guys train like you're in the nfl or like mb were not that big but where do you guys have out there guys yeah no reason the port authority regiment like and they all season like are you training every single day yeah in the off season yeah i mean you might as well what else do i not playing golf i got better things to do oh how long do you go without playing golf and yahoo i'll go six weeks that's really yeah when you get back out on of course after six weeks do you notice like a a major major health line i'm really i just do you give yourself.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"I i think it's fair you know i think that sometimes 'em obviously i think it there may be times it was over the top with the a hatred all that stuff but i also think there is something i mean there sometimes people have to call you under shit right it's fair and i think that if you're not able to sit there and look at yourself and really kind of take inventory of what you've been doing and what you might need a change and things like that 'em so i do think i'm a different person firm that back then i don't know if it was all because of that but i do think the played a partner for sure 'em but i'm always trying to grow i mean i'm still gonna i'm a guarantee i make more mistakes going forward but where's this year of like very were after your best friend's friend group that's like hey we're gonna call you out on his share the people that say hey brock listener teeth right now that exactly no but i you we were probably a little too harsh you the great part about that whole interaction how ended is it you also proved that a as soon as we i think we walked away being like don't meet the guys each row in line because you find out they're great like you actually are great guy and it was fun to meet you and be like oh shit maybe we should like brings in any also going forward i think helped us with future guests being like oh if you come on it kind of takes air out of joke and it just makes it a relationship right you know what i mean it goes from this like adversarial things like hey we're just friends now yeah did you hate a hard knocks yeah but you actually are it also came at a time that was pj yeah it was out age is one of those things where you look back and you're like shit man if i did that today with laughter yeah 'em i'm happy that you did it so yeah i ever ever yeah yeah i mean it is just it is such there around twenty four seven yeah i mean so like i don't care how normal you say you're gonna act i don't care how like every single time you turn around and you see a camera and microphone you know but you cannot physically act completely normal the time right heart 'em we have it here i mean we we get film of all time and it does there's many times where it's like this sucks right because yeah yeah so i mean no but i i look back at that and there's definitely some things where i'm like dude i mean come on the tire flip through good i like the tires plus minus your support minor 'em it comes on every now and then but no i i wouldn't say it's in the regular rotation okay what's his bottom line when it comes on i think if you guys every single i mean it's so good so good yeah do you think you're ever gonna get cut its its policy on a means no no i mean it just popped in my head it's a business that fortunately interview where we were just you know i like question i like that it's definitely possible speaking getting cut how come you haven't trained with knives like aaron donald among the questions it's scary yeah yeah it is wildly dangerous yeah yeah she told us they're affect us bullshit how many more years you think you mean like that like how come how like you could you imagine could you imagine if i did that for years ago oh we asked you this i mean it would be okay my jj knives they're actually like cause yeah thousands of murders a year yeah like every every now and then like on my instagram explore page i'll see something whether it's through nine athlete and i'll be like if i did the dolphin fourteen two thousand fifteen yes i would say yeah no doubt but i think.

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Third straight yeah yeah exactly i gotta give that that actually is a very good explanation for 'em you were a lot of turtlenecks mm i've only more one turtleneck all season what is like it's big and before you were six yeah i want one last one i well okay maybe it's not all that long wise to do that and i'm pretty sure i've seen you would like a headband around her neck yeah so there's just a lot of stuff happening at you're not yeah yeah i like a very a human nick young that voice ready to go yeah he's quick yes a what about the big white block on your helmet in the front that's obnoxious you got you gotta talk to people about that but i guess you could put like a logo of yourself on her something say yeah but then wouldn't be a helmet guy you oh okay well here's you would it be a team guy well let's put it that we have a new logo viewpoint of the first down that way you don't annoy me two birds one stone i'm not annoyed by the white spot on you're helmet and now you're not the point after i'll put a picture of some some they have great your little sausage with his face into hands the cans coming out so so a full body picture of him yeah we might actually have a straight and then you get a visor so then when he looks at you he's like shit i do have to throw to the south of japan's yeah i the neck and liberal pretty ugly deals a visor for sure are you gonna wear visor next year will see quarterbacks can't if you had the mirror visor that'd be settled in that allow that 'cause then can see the quarterback size but it doesn't matter with me now is that it might it might help up and he looked like a robot firm the future playing quarterback wheels hands yeah not looking anywhere we think are nitpicking was fair you you have to have some of the morning last one you know you pointed at least one yeah you do a lot last one you're voice hustlers yeah i mean i've heard about in the whole i let again this is one of those things like we have to find something almost is a joke to to poke fun at a but it's it's a very unique voice i know the coach reid absolutely loves it because you voice because you froggy is that when you might say froggy real quick many voices go to any accidents can mimic my voice like 'perfect really indiana impression of andy reid doing an impression of you then i'll.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"I'm telling you you wanna get in shape you gotta do it right now with peleton in the comfort of your own home like i said pfc and i both have bikes we both love him no commute you just hop right on you get twenty minutes thirty minutes forty five five minute workout whatever you wanna do go to one peleton dot com and use promo code pmt okay we next have a princeton cecil fielder so these guys are awesome i wish they were in person but holy shit they are like i think i think i wanna be friends of cecil fielder to legends of the game for sure i think it's kept saying the wrong i've always i grew up calling him sessile i also grew up calling a lot of people a lot of weird i johndroe come john grooten so i'm not sure i'm gonna go with sessile fielder you could make the argument that maybe they're the best father son hitting duo of all time i'm ken griffey junior and senior yeah i think sessile is better than senior what about why dinger dude fly out here in yours is one of our hopes for the home run derby dozen or so after you say i am yet vied junior vied senior for sure but then the fielders so we had them on a couple of weeks ago very fun guys like i said i wish we had them in person hopefully sometime in the future we will have them in person here they are the fielders okay we now welcome on a two very special guest is prince and sessile field they're they're here with us from kingsford a they did the body by bbq so they got naked anes took pictures we got the pixel asian so even if the cnn is he a private stuff but you guys you're bodies you're looking good how what what do you guys you keep in shape i'm not doing anything right now documents say but i'm i'm out on the grill barbecue omi kingsford charcoal so i'm eating more and i'm gonna stay in shape okay okay in in prince you i i wanna start with this with kingsford partnership you remember when you were vegetarian for three months what the heck were thinking oh this is trying something different about the yeah that was one of those like narratives that got you know once once the media got a hold of it it became such a big story and i was like there's no way this guy is sticking with with with a being avenger you're aware man he's a weird guy he does weird things like that you know you just weird one other weird you know like that's like yeah what a nightmare dues off yet one of the weird stuff does he do were as a kid oh he's got superstitions you've got all kinds of weird stuff he does what what kind of superstitions are we talking about he did like you did like people he slept with his bat when he's gonna swamp i mean i could see doing that spend spend more time with the highest high school that we're talking about you you so superstition a i i gotta get it done idled oh here it was really weird in high school you really weird and hide 'em brits i remember seeing a couple of instagram posts you pick it up put up a pig you still have that big oh yeah oh yeah what inspired you to a to get a pig like as a pet well they told me that a when the pigs no real little you know he a they used litter and you know we just are house is being renovated and stuff and i don't wanna have like housebreak dog that quick so with him i take my time and once he got big enough chicken right outside and never had one accident and that was it so that's amazing sure how big is now he's big he's not i mean he comes up to my you know my shanghai but i mean he's about what one fifty one in big man.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Oh at least eight cool monologue yeah of all my skits may ask pregnant to ask cutting the two man as mass pregnant and number two you're in you're in detecting call of duty the you're the technical and i will definitely johnny knoxville here's a here's a detective assault cases like getting and urine sample from you and he would tasty he was drinking you earn rogers american and british forgot what i like they're like the first man despite another man on the but now the tom brady who's a football player throwback thirties first players good players he got traded every team in the nfl because no one understood what was going on here is is good you did you did you write them all down on your head or the guy who worked at all the guy who was a who worked at subway in in but he used to be a bank teller and they they fired him because he couldn't get being a big deal out of his head so he'll make a sandwich you want salami lick it and that's another thing that's what makes a lot of hitmaker that's good so between the bank teller in in a in a car dealer in vegas oh that's good yeah i'm torn between those two but yeah it was either way yeah so so you you don't get renewed i don't know how you don't get renewed as a writer on snl where you had to have been a a low moment no i see i i've always been a god i love the drive his own carmen and i think once you realize what you're worth is in in in what you bring to the table in what you want to do you can't be afraid of me just move and make moves like i knew i wasn't going back for my season for i just i just there's certain things that i knew would not allow me to come back even though they didn't resign me for season for a new one safire my a got rid of my agent who also handled a few other people on the show a already knew if you have anybody speak up for you right why would why would you be going back you know in that same capacity so already knew i wasn't going back i say a lot fires five my agent i don't think i'm gonna be called back because there's no one there to push right tv going back in but i'll i'll i'll comfortable with that you know one of those days where you know they're very saami it'd been great but you know led to curb it some gotta step out the way for something new to come in right you and you can't be afraid to venture out 'cause there's something you know when when you were intentionally make moves you you're driving owned vehicle so you you could choose a take what you wanna take but you also choose to eliminate something you know that you know maybe it was time for me to you know that that opening was the opening i need it if i if i had there's two things have happened and what's l eight to audition curb while i was wild and while therefore friends memorial elif a one day for that memorial had just signed a new agent and also with the agent maybe left in a week and i went l a's and my buddy passed away and i actually mt elliott off it's the ellie officer my agent meet those guys i met him in new york and went through the ellie vert a office meet those guys and i ended up getting or december curb enthusiasm so yeah it's twofold here if i got reassigned but by snl i wanna never been able to curb right cloud in under contract to my buddy then pass away at that particular time.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"The cult soccer in modern history no definitely not who's under mount rushmore of goalkeepers a did you buffon only meal secrecy is tony who's going usa mall is a con dominic hanoch possibly possibly overtime yeah you're not a big fan of con i like yeah like this fires goes yeah but yeah so i i would actually say that that game that overcome had against us in the quarterfinals in your game against belgium in the round of sixteen probably the two best goalkeeping performances in soccer history yeah i think so that game you had sixteen saves against belgium after that game you go you you know you leave the pitch you go on social media where you just blown away with 'cause in real time everyone was tim howard the savior you know secretary defense all these things were happening a was it just like holy shit and it's really catching on social media exposure yeah it's crazy because like i always wonder with soccer you know the growth from twenty years go today it's been insane but you guys are still you know the fifth big biggest in america is there ever say a complex it happens with soccer players you know try to break through the mean some some maybe not for me it's a you know i played and i played independently for thirteen years it that that fish bowl doesn't get any yeah you're so it's for me it was it was no problem but yeah i mean look the part of the world cup was as you said getting that crossover audience not being the biggest sport in america by getting hockey and baseball and football fans and basketball fans would be like you know i wanna i wanna cut cut out from work including some beers and wants to you i split right yeah right day drinking in public squares if you can get americans do that then you will be in instance lebron i can't wait no it's it's a lot of fun a so you you mentioned going over to the premiership ship so you you got started here in mls around the new york new jersey metro cr as i remember you had a you had one save on a free kick from like twentyfive twenty yards out upper nineties stop it that i think that save right there that got detention of the coaches in england talent scouts were like were bringing this guy over see if he can play in the really go overseas you get over there what would that change that transition 'em yes tough you know i was going going from a young kid nonetheless the best teams in the world manchester negatives it was a big transition for me and it proved to be so had a lot of success early on and then some growing pains and kind of had to figure that stuff out as as i went oh yeah so adverted in liverpool like a famous rivalry yeah what is it like being in the middle that rivalry because i think from the uss side we all think of like you know do you unsee or yankees red sox her packers bears what is it a totally different level because the same city yeah it's a family divided it's the same city 'em you know you go down to the to the pubs ivan good ended opposing loophole i wouldn't dare but i have friends who were whoever tone ins and yet it you know you gotta be careful you walk in that kind of stuff yeah in those games must have been like on rusher in amazing yeah usa mexico and everton liverpool familiar with the craziest games have been usa mexico in mexico those always seen both saying yeah and look we've we've been were outnumbered if we play in america yeah the mexican fans are are are crazy man that they're out there in in ways and it's getting better yeah yeah but obviously in mexico we never one so as part of a team two dozen twelve to be the first he never went in mexico which is also sarah yeah that's impressive is to nothing actually the most dangerous leading in soccer that's they say i'd rather have a to nothing lead one nothing we really yeah but then if you look if they scored one goal then it's too the.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on 90 Miles Podcast

90 Miles Podcast

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on 90 Miles Podcast

"I never noticed this, but Cecil Fielder played thirteen years. Prince fielder played twelve and they both actually ended up with exactly three hundred nineteen home runs. Yelp. Isn't that crazy? Yeah. That is crazy. Yeah. One of those little interest Kasese that really make this, this game special add-ons say about it. Exactly. Yeah. I just wanted to touch on how cast in heroes doing so far boys, thirteen games into his big. Hey now, there's some comparison here Casten here is by far the biggest bat to come along in. I would say since weeks and fielder. The most yeah. Bad fair Rickie weeks was drafted in two thousand three he made his major league debut in two thousand three but it was a Cup of coffee. Hey, let's Schoff. The new first round draft. Pick two thousand five was really his rookie season Casten hero drafted in twenty seventeen first round, high pick ninth pick overall. I believe this is his twenty nineteen season. So he's the first player to come up from that twenty seventeen draft. He's thirteen games in his slash line. Looks like to sixty one three oh six and four fifty seven that gives them a seven sixty three Opie which is pretty solid through thirteen games just to give you an idea prince fielders numbers and his two thousand five rookie year. He had sixty two plate appearances currently casting. Here's at forty nine plate. Appearances fielder went to eighty eight three oh six and four fifty eight so that three zero six OB P is shared by both players four, fifty eight and four fifty seven slugging prince fielders Opie his rookie season versus Casten heroes right now, seven sixty four to seven sixty three prince fielder and sixty two plate appearances to home runs Casten here in forty nine plate appearances three home runs. So just some really, really kind of crazy numbers. I didn't really think I hadn't thought about prince and Ricky's kind of rookie year that two thousand five season in a while and seeing hero do what he's doing now. Is pretty impressive. When you look back and see, you know, the plus careers that those two guys had, so it's exciting times something I wanted to talk about, you know, between that and witnessing his third career home run. It wasn't as I, but to see weeks and fielder kit, their first together, I'm gonna do a there's going to be a blog about that. I've been working on for really a month or so. I'm going to drop it next next month. Probably round the anniversary dated June twenty fifth. The day we were down there. Yeah. Yes. That, that would be fun. So that probably board. Oliver cubs fans to death. I felt a little bit interesting. You know, whatever did you watch did you go back and watch the Kerry wood, twenty twenty strikeout game. Then while I was talking. Yeah. I did. I put in fact, that's what you usually throw that on quick and fast forward, I need to. And it's easy to does own you out with something, you know, as spectacular as that, you know on so. My hero kissed it anyway. Moving. Yeah. So what when he hit that bomb last night, I did stand up. And that's exactly what came out in my mouth. I had a couple of twins fans pointing laughing what happens when a Bruce fan has a beer at a game, whatever. Right. Yeah. Well, you know. Yeah, I guess we should move on here. Yeah. We gotta get to the tweet of the week. We've burned a lot of time already. Yeah. Yeah. As good stuff. And and let's talk tweet of the week. We actually have a couple like like we mentioned. So we got one while I'll do one here you do the other. But basically sure let's see the first one is from at Craig kimbrel. Cub whose whose name he's changed his name to 'em. LB umpires suck ass. Obviously, there's been seeking stretch episode about that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So he said, on may twenty third, this is actually in reply. I you know, this was may twenty third Jason Heyward was up. He had he was zero for zero with four walks and he was up and basically, what should've been both for ended up being called a strike, and it clearly I mean clearly was and, and yeah, he, you know, should've been should been a walk wasn't anyways, you know, but cake Craig kimbrough replied, you know, are the worst you know, I kind of his he had changed that to that. And said, yeah, you're right. We had done that stretch episode on robot on Pires and we talked about that. Of course, we, yes. You know, we I think the conclusion what we kind of conclude was maybe it's not necessarily that that has to be the next step. But the next step should actually be just holding accountable. You know, comparing their calls to what, you know, pitch casts or whatever says, and the ones who are bad, you know. Shouldn't be out there as much or maybe not at all if they're under a threshold in the best should be out there, the most and paid the most. And you know, be in the games that matter, the most in the playoffs, of course and things like that. And, and but anyways, that's yeah, we go deeper into it in the stretch episode that gets into union things. Yes, that's a whole nother right? It gets into a whole different. That's whole different racket the long short of it was, we both agreed that things could be better. I had my heels dug in a little bit this week. But then kinda you changed your room. No. Well. Your mind any size? Completely change your mind completely. No. About that a little bit. We. You know what it should be completely robot, umpires? I'm done. Yeah. No, I know I didn't say that. I definitely think there's room for room for better training. We talked about the age of empires, things like that. And it brings into play to something that is unrelated to the strike zone that happened with the brewers. Yes. Couple of games with the Philadelphia Phillies in Miller park. There were a couple of issues we Bruce had run around third. Lorenzo Cain was up a three one count. The unpire Esther Brooke called strike two on them led to him. Grounding are out Craig counsel started arguing a little bit balls and strikes, which is always a no no mind you, but he ended up getting tossed and then somehow Ryan Braun who's usually very, very mild mannered, despite whatever you wanna say about ROY because he just doesn't have it because he doesn't do Royds anyway, he ended up getting tossed as well. The next day Esther Brooks at third base. And this does relate to tweet of the week when I I'll get there. He ends up tossing. Mike moustache from the field because dacas just wanted to ask him about a check wings checks, check swing strike, call Esther Brooke apparently said, I don't wanna talk about it and moussaka apparently asked one more question. He got tossed from third base from playing defense that you just don't see often that leads me to the second half of the tweet of the week at burner yelich. So. Christian yelich burner on Twitter at burner yelich there's a tweet here with a video, it's important to see the video Estra Brooke is looming over Jason KENDALL. Basically, they're having a discussion he come or so. Jason Kendall's a catcher for the royals Esther Brooks lined up behind him. Kendall must say something he comes around and stands and leans kind of into him with his hands on his knees. So it's kinda like if you picture this, you know, a thirty five year old dad leaning down talking to a five year old and giving them a stern lecture. Yeah. Not that I would know anything about that. But that's exactly what it looks like. And this is a grown man. Jason KENDALL who is respected catcher in the league. If you listen to the announcers. Looks pretty disrespectful. Ned Joost comes over the royals ends up, getting tossed, the tweet is look at the way Esther, Brooke talks down to Jason KENDALL. Absolutely ridiculous. Is it possible? This guy's a bigger clown than Joe west or angel her Hernandez, and then stars has listened to the announcers, Esther Brooke did not make Pires look good this week. No matter how you shake it out. It looked really really bad from brewer's perspective and then you see videos like this and it's one thing when somebody starts to argue with you, as an empire you know, to get a little defensive, it's another thing to bring the defensive to the offensive and that's exactly what it looks like in that video. So am I for robot umpires? Not yet. But I am I am for better training. There's got to be something. I mean where you add on some of this stuff. I know we covered it in the stretch a little bit. But like have you seen that video, what were your thoughts on it? You know, I. I'm not sure. I think it's getting it seems to be getting pretty ridiculous, as far as a general trend and I don't know if there's some kind of a growing tension there. But, but yeah, I you know, I mentioned the stretch, I just think it's it's frustrating when game swing, you know, one way or another because of calls. You know, I don't know. I don't know. But I you know, I think I think anyone interested in deeper conversation about to check out the stretch episode, I think we'll touch on it some more, and we may even have to another stretch on that. It's. I don't know. I'm with you. You know, I go back and forth on the balls and strikes thing. But I think tossing one of the best players on your team over a discussion between Braun and moose stocks. That, that's feting the game in a much different and much higher level way. Oh, yeah. So I'm okay with talking about balls and strikes. But I'm not okay with thin skinned umpires tossing guys without they're even looking like there was much of an argument going on, especially on the move stocks, when I didn't see anything. Yeah. I didn't see anything at all now. So anyway, we should probably. Yeah. Let's let's move on. So, yeah, those, that's. We'll, we'll be doing to talk about on Pires. I'm sure but, but yeah, let's for sure looking at the week ahead here I guess we just touch on that. I you know, cubs are playing Astros and they're tough team. So it's been a little bit of a tough part of the schedule, and it doesn't help when you got some bats, like discuss. Oh, not doing a lot and you got starters having some rough starts after being pretty solid for while and then you got the bullpen not being good again bit. That doesn't help. When you're playing good teams cubs finish up with the Astros. Actually today is the last last game and then they have tomorrow off and then they got the cardinals. So fortunately, the cardinals haven't been great lately, so maybe that'll, we all can agree. That's a good. That's a good thing..

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So that could be an interesting you got some interesting calls the neck. Yeah. There's going to be, you know, hopefully, hopefully, we're entirely healthy. And we're going to have you know, a guy or two on the bench. That's pretty much in everyday player. And is probably you know, it's it's it's gonna be a tough call. But but one that hopefully, we'll be able to utilize in a profound way with versatility throughout the postseason. Yeah. But remember those Yankee teams that one had Tim Raines, Darrell strawberry. You know, chili Davis. Guys, Cecil Fielder guys like that on the bench. Wade boggs. I mean, those guys off the bench with deadly. No question. And and hopefully, we'll have you know, we'll have some of that. And we'll have some guys that are, you know, give us some defensive versatility. If we need to get defensive at some point in the game. Maybe have a key pinch hit in a tough. You know righty on right ear lefty on lefty match up. You know, those are all things that we hope to have if if we get entirely healthy by the end of the year. Does it has you know, I always thinking the season. And there comes a time with the dog days are over the Heat's over and all of a sudden, you know, guys start to get a little refreshed, it feels cooler, and you're supposed to think about fall have you made that turn yet as your team made that turn yet September. Yeah. I think we we have started to make that turn. And you know, we we went through a stretch there where we had, you know, so many games in a row, and we had some doubleheaders in there. And when you talk about those dog days where it's where it is hot where you worry about guys running. Down a little bit. You do see the weather starting to turn a little bit. And hopefully, we'll be able to take advantage of a couple of these off days to kind of keep guys fresh and hopefully turn in a really strong finish. Thanks very much. We'll chat next week. Thank you very much. Appreciate all, right. Thanks. Bye. Aaron lot interesting stuff with the Yankees. Lot of stuff. That's still very much up in the air. Now. Again, we're heading towards Oakland and Oakland's going to push them. See the tough parts of the Yankees. Is this Yankees? Played a Red Sox to last couple of games of the season. There's no way those and let's not talk division title. Okay. The Yankees a nine out with seventeen to play. So let's forget that. So the the Red Sox will not have any in the play for. But the Red Sox might love the idea knocking the Yankees having to make the go play in Oakland. Oakland right now two games behind. That's it. The Oakland closes with the angels. The Yankee close with the Red Sox the Red Sox play spoiler. While the Yankees might have to put the penalty metal those last couple of games just to keep the games from being in Oakland. Now, not putting Houston in the equation, first of all because Houston has gotten red hot there. Now three and a half up on the as and they've gotten. I mean, they've been the last ten days they had lost. And then there was one game. And like ten games they've been on fire. You know, they had the bad stretch. They were banged up. They've been on fire of late. So, you know, that's you send I don't think it's going to catch Houston's one ten of eleven and they want get this afternoon. So I think from that standpoint, you don't even I'm not even thinking about. No. That was last night. I thought they played their games at it. They didn't play. But they've won like ten of eleven games. They're three and a half up. Think of Oakland Oakland, San playing really good baseball. They have a break in the schedule. Because the Yankees have September the Red Sox. They have success with the as they each played a raise. Oakland's going to keep pressing pressing to get that home field in the wild card that to behind right now the Yankees might have to play right to the last day to secure wildcard game at Yankee Stadium while the Red Sox can coast and really tweak them and give them a hard time. So it's going to see how they play that. Also who pitches? Now, they can go to the bullpen very early. But they're gonna start somebody in that game. Like, I said, I think right now Tanaka get the Smalls of over half unless Severino turns it back on haven't seen that happen yet back after this. You bought a truck for a reason to haul your stuff, but to keep your stuff secure get a weather guard defender series truck box at the Home Depot..

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Guys like you know cecil fielder and chili davis i played with and ricky henderson and cecil fielder probably the most him and chile cecil fielder was like the ultimate veteran and he was the guy who would get an extra room for guys do escape he would buy cases of beer if anyone wanted to have a drink he would buy dinner for everyone was young and really didn't have the money that he did and sent chili davis was the same way and the veterans like that that i played with when i was young left a mark jack mcdowell when i was in anaheim got an extra sweet for the whole team that he paid for and those are the things that we learned to do as we got a little bit older but the one thing that i learned the most was when you're hazing rookie i never got it because i was playing every day and so i felt that if a guy was gonna come up and be a huge part of the team why am i going to beat him down and make them not feel a part of this team right like i can see if a a kid deserves it or he's a goofball and so we make fun of them but if you're helping our team win i'm not going to pull you backwards and make you feel like you should be in triple a or make you feel like you hate it because when you're inside that clubhouse every day and we're sitting here in chicago if i may say on a on a snow out or an early april and there's guys at the stadium right now everyone's sleeping in everyone's going to do their own thing but there's guys.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Really just you know rose walk in on mickey rivers and play the mike you know right on the edge of the grass and then when ricky finally hit a longevity me to snapped it they ran on every yankee outfield and you know they ran on every ball they never stopped on the base fairness and they knew the yankees didn't have a lot of power and the yankees went out and got their bopper who obviously the next year had three home runs in the world series game clinching in game six that of course reggie jackson the seventy sentence of the eggs were very very tough the seventy six yankees bills the little differently than this team so um i understand why people go to ninety six but ninety six is not that accurate because the 95 team the guy the young guys here this year got their experience in a big way they got fifty postseason of bats they played in tough spots know they learn something i think in a big way the the kids on ninety five yankees were watching jesuthasan don't play on that team they were they didn't play the ninety six in play a 95 so it was a different team of that team had a lot of veterans on the bench that ninety six team we know with cecil fielder and strawberry and bogs and rains i mean those guys will all you know tremendously talented veteran players who bears they're probably but it had great primes so they were a little different team than either of these teams but this is about a young team in a lot of ways go into the post season getting experience playing thirteen games beating a great indian team advancing taking a lead and then getting crushed in game six and seven so they will learn from all that in a.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The updates you with us eight seven seven three three seven six sixty six we have what about fifty tears so minutes left the plans for richard near a six off on board let's chat let's go to paul in war and he's up next what's up paul were very good show thank you paul very good okla great show uh we'll quick on the ah milk whether really low oil quarters uh so i'm going to the game on thursday called and give it occurs on a and uh i mean if someone is looking forward regularly lisa who could see reserve your own smoke are wondering if you are going to be there for a long long time war maybe just a couple of years and also wondering if you saw the article in the espionage arguing about which players we'll probably get two three thousand hits yeah i saw answer the the first one than i want to get your thoughts an article which i have not got a chance to read yet i think i i believe in ras ari i really like him i think he's the real deal i think he's going to be there shortstop for a long time smith i wanna see more out of i i know what i've been told them what we know the numbers these are obviously had a very good track record in the minor league he doesn't quite look the part though and it doesn't it doesn't mean because he looks attache privatised looked to be a great athlete that he's not having prints fielder did it for a long time cecil fielder did it but i i wanna see morris met the forum sold but i like rosario a lot yeah i he's got he's got a great qualities fair yeah and i thought the bad allow west of a lot last weekend when he was in philadelphia the opposite feels homerun if he's got that more popped than i think people said he did as far as that article five and a chance.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"How a player would respond to changing from better to better and whether there some defensive penalty associated with that but it was another weird one emblematic of the mid season and in twenty years maybe i'll to a retrospective on that game instead yeah you probably don't need to worry about a shame when you're dealing with the catcher who's playing yeah and third base so much so in this one opportunity made some sense i had seem that you linked to the baseball reference box or of the mariners buddhist game before i saw kelly gruber did not notice that he was cecil fielder whose yet literally that ussl fielder who is doing this and cecil fielder you know he was mostly not a guy who moved around yes and the whole story but he he moved around plenty in this game and in his career he had seven games he appeared at third base and he had two games where he appeared at second base one of them as if this game where he appeared at second base in the like nine times but then three days later in a game between the blue jays and the a's he played an inning and second base again and those are the only two games were cecil fielder played second base at the majorleague level and now i want that article to continue and i want you to track down cecil fielder the second game on may 25th so the blue jays lost the as it appears this was the nickname of a double header so in this game cecil fielder pinch it played second play thirdplaced second third and play second said the same thing happened again to a lesser extent maybe already knew this because you were working on article yet i think the game after may seconds maybe the the very next game i think gruber and pat borders did the same thing to a lesser extent so i never got the full details but i assume there was something similar going on tennis mismatch situation where they just ran out of fielders.

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"cecil fielder" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"cecil fielder" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Three thousand dollars weekend selling cecil fielder frank aramis eric davis rookie car i like now jim i would be considered a with because we've had all the doctor couldn't words but back then everybody thought i was going to be fair because the only way out her fourteen my dad rex me intent wicker scorned springfield maturity behind vibrate shoppers discount liquors touba our bagging i realize people collected warring leapt from wayne gretzky in jordan has chateau lafite in qena and launch one of the first ecommerce wind think at six million dollar europe as the business the commerce business which you lost was called wind library dot com but then gary youtube comes out what did you think when you i saw youtube and then what happened next to a threemonth old i thought i thought it was gonna be the biggest thing ever i was right about ecommerce the internet itself as you know jim some people it was a bad back then email i'm just right i was right until when you came and i thought it was gonna your bunk as sounds like screw it like i believe in this so i started wind show called wind might be i sat in front of a camera lank wine per twenty minute hundred thousand people come up with that twitter came out i uh i decided to invest in it and really go heavy on it and changed the course of my career youtube at because i realise social media was coming the world is changing and the next thing i did was in back on facebook twitter and tumbler and that set the course again you've got amazing videos these amazing videos which you post in fact you have literally hundreds and hundreds hundreds of them on youtube channel one that i love from a few years ago is entitled the most important word ever what is that word and do folks even your most arden supporters really know what that word means you don't think harsh so you know like i don't i don't hear my you know honestly i want to flip a switch on you like you didn't get your by accident it wasn't just like one day all of a sudden showed up with national show at all their mukti like i had euro vacation days.

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