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  • to sit there and have months to think about this, knowing that you had the d.

    坐在那裡,有幾個月的時間來考慮這個問題,知道你有D。

  • U I charge out there on day and talking to folks like Do you know who I am?

    我每天都在那裡充電,和人們說話,就像你知道我是誰嗎?

  • Etcetera, etcetera.

    等等,等等。

  • It reeks of privileged and that privilege and entitlement on.

    它散發著特權的味道,而這種特權和權利在。

  • Certainly in this day and age, I think that we've learned on on various occasions throughout the last few months.

    當然,在這個時代,我想我們在過去的幾個月裡,已經在不同的場合瞭解到。

  • The one thing that's incredibly alarming to me guys is that we will sit up there and let grown men who are in leadership positions who happened to be white, get away with things we don't tolerate from kids trying to learn their way through life in their early twenties.

    有一件事讓我感到非常震驚,夥計們是,我們會坐在那裡,讓那些在領導崗位上的成年男子碰巧是白人,逍遙法外的事情,我們不能容忍孩子們在20歲出頭的時候試圖學習他們的生活方式。

  • We seem to hold youngsters who haven't even learned about adulthood and manhood, yet we seem to hold them more accountable.

    我們似乎對那些連成人和男子漢都還沒有學會的年輕人,卻似乎對他們的責任感更強。

  • Then we hold people in leadership positions.

    然後我們把人放在領導崗位上。

  • I think this is the latest example of that, and I think it's incredibly unfortunate.

    我認為這是最新的例子,我認為這是非常不幸的。

  • Tony LaRussa should be fired.

    託尼拉羅薩應該被解僱

  • In fact, you should have never gotten hired in the first place.

    其實,你一開始就不應該被錄用。

  • Jeff Passan wrote an excellent, excellent articles on ESPN dot com when LaRussa got hired talking about cronyism, and that's really how he got his job because eyebrows were raised.

    傑夫-帕桑在ESPN點com上寫了一篇很好很好的文章,當LaRussa被僱用時,談到了裙帶關係,這真的是他如何得到他的工作,因為眉毛被抬起來了。

  • Tony LaRussa for that team.

    託尼-拉羅薩為那支球隊。

  • That doesn't make any sense.

    這沒有任何意義。

  • The fit wasn't right.

    合不合適。

  • And I about eyebrows were raised throughout baseball and passing writes this article about cronyism and how it works.

    和我關於眉毛被提出整個棒球和傳遞寫這篇文章關於裙帶關係和它如何工作。

  • I suggest you read it, but it's more than that.

    我建議你讀一讀,但它不止於此。

  • Stephen A Why should LaRussa lose his job?

    Stephen A 為什麼LaRussa要丟掉工作?

  • Do you remember?

    你還記得嗎?

  • Here's some recent press conferences of introductions.

    下面是最近一些新聞發佈會的介紹。

  • The head coaches.

    主教練們。

  • You know what your manager is?

    你知道你的經理是誰嗎?

  • Um um that that you were like, Whoa, what just happened, Member?

    嗯,嗯,你是喜歡, 哇,剛剛發生了什麼,成員?

  • When, uh, Sark got the job Sarkeesian in, uh, us?

    當,呃,薩克得到了工作 Sarkeesian在,呃,我們?

  • See how we showed up to that press conference?

    看看我們是怎麼出現在新聞發佈會上的?

  • Yes, right.

    是的,沒錯。

  • What's going on here?

    這到底是怎麼回事?

  • He seems inebriated, right?

    他好像喝醉了吧?

  • Like, that's a shocking way to introduce on your introductory press conference.

    就像,這是一個令人震驚的方式介紹 在你的介紹性新聞發佈會。

  • Don't forget.

    不要忘記。

  • Can you think of Stephen a Adam?

    你能想到斯蒂芬是亞當嗎?

  • Gays?

    同志?

  • Don't forget, Adam.

    別忘了,亞當

  • Get right, Adam.

    右邊,亞當。

  • Gays.

    同志。

  • Whatever it was, it was bizarre behavior.

    不管是什麼,這都是詭異的行為。

  • And how did that work out?

    那結果如何呢?

  • When you introduce yourself that way, how does that work out?

    當你這樣介紹自己的時候,是怎麼做到的呢?

  • You don't have it together.

    你沒有在一起。

  • You shouldn't be in charge.

    你不應該負責。

  • You talk about holding people in positions of authority to the same standards we hold younger people.

    你說要用我們對年輕人的標準來要求身居高位的人。

  • How do you lead men like that or a group of people like that.

    你如何上司這樣的男人或者這樣的一群人。

  • What kind of example does it set?

    它樹立了怎樣的榜樣?

  • It also suggests you don't have stuff together in your own life.

    這也說明你在自己的生活中沒有東西在一起。

  • Enough your own personal life to be effective in a professional position that requires leadership.

    夠你自己的個人生活,在需要領導力的專業崗位上有效。

  • And Sark didn't at the time, and neither does Gates.

    而薩克當時沒有,蓋茨也沒有。

  • It is apparent, right?

    很明顯吧?

  • Okay, So here is LaRussa, who basically shows up, if not to the press conference on the scene with an issue, and then here quickly, it is exposed, right?

    好的,所以這裡的拉魯薩,他基本上是出現了,如果不是在現場的新聞發佈會上有問題,那麼這裡很快就會被曝光,對吧?

  • Another issue.

    另一個問題。

  • And it's even worse than you think, because not on Lee.

    而且比你想象的還要糟糕,因為不在李。

  • Is it a D.

    是D。

  • W.

    W.

  • I charge, but he's trying to use his status to get out of it.

    我收費,但他想利用自己的身份來擺脫。

  • Now let's look at that status.

    現在我們來看看這個狀態。

  • How did he attain that status?

    他是如何獲得這種地位的?

  • LaRussa is one of the best managers of my lifetime.

    拉魯薩是我一生中最好的經理之一。

  • If you're looking for the bottom line, can you win?

    如果你在尋找底線,你能贏嗎?

  • He can.

    他可以。

  • How did he exactly when Jack McDowell, former Cy Young Award winner Stephen A with the White Sox pitched for the Yankees, won 15 games with the Yankees toward the end of his career, is very good.

    他到底是怎麼做到的,當傑克-麥克道威爾,前賽揚獎得主斯蒂芬-A與白襪隊投手,贏得了15場比賽與洋基隊在他的職業生涯結束,是非常好的。

  • Pitcher said that when he got there so he predate he.

    匹夫說,當他到了那裡,所以他早他。

  • He comes after LaRussa, but when he got to the White Sox sign, stealing was already in place.

    他是衝著拉魯薩來的,但當他到了白襪隊的牌子上時,偷襲已經到位了。

  • They would flash a light from the from the center field scoreboard, and you could see the catcher.

    他們會從中場記分牌上閃出一束光,你可以看到捕手。

  • There was like in the in the manager's office.

    有像在在經理的辦公室。

  • There's a A screen zoomed in on the catcher and you're flashing lights.

    有一個A屏放大的捕手,你在閃燈。

  • And according to McDowall, that's a holdover from the LaRussa era.

    而根據麥克道爾的說法,這是拉魯薩時代的遺留問題。

  • And when the Russo was asked about it, he said he wasn't on that team.

    而當魯索被問及此事時,他說他不在那支隊伍裡。

  • Asked McDowell if he was on that team.

    問McDowell是否在那支隊伍中。

  • That's not a denial you're you're trying to deflect.

    這不是否認,你是你想轉移話題。

  • That's not saying unequivocally.

    這不是說明確的。

  • I never did that.

    我從來沒有這樣做。

  • I didn't stall that.

    我沒有搪塞。

  • We didn't do that.

    我們沒有這樣做。

  • Why are you attacking the messenger?

    你為什麼要攻擊信使?

  • This is what McDowell knows, at least as far as his knowledge goes.

    這是麥克道爾所知道的,至少就他的知識而言是這樣。

  • It was in place from LaRussa when he got there.

    從拉魯薩到那裡的時候就已經到位了。

  • Let's talk more about Tony LaRussa, great manager, right?

    我們再來談談託尼-拉羅薩,偉大的經理人,對吧?

  • The Oakland A's was the flashpoint for the steroids era.

    奧克蘭A隊是類固醇時代的爆發點。

  • Not the guys were inducing beforehand, but oh my God, the Bash Brothers, the whole thing.

    不是那些人事先誘導,而是天啊,巴什兄弟,整個人。

  • There were guys on that team.

    那支隊伍裡有一些人。

  • I won't mention any names who were mediocre hitters.

    我不提任何一個打法平庸的名字。

  • Most of their career.

    在他們的職業生涯中,大部分。

  • They got to the A's Oh my God!

    他們到了A隊 哦,我的上帝!

  • Playing defensive positions where they were slugging, right?

    打防守位置,他們在那裡猛攻,對嗎?

  • How did just mysteriously happened.

    怎麼就這麼神祕的發生了。

  • Then he goes to ST Louis.

    然後他去了聖路易斯。

  • Stephen, a ST Louis Cardinals.

    斯蒂芬,ST路易斯紅雀隊的。

  • He won again with them.

    他又贏了他們。

  • There were once again players on the Cardinals.

    紅雀隊中又有球員。

  • These air good players.

    這些空氣好的球員。

  • It's not like they weren't good players when they got to the Cardinals.

    他們到了紅雀隊又不是什麼好球員。

  • They were, but they hit like they never hit before with the Cardinals.

    他們是這樣,但他們的打法就像以前在紅雀隊從未打過一樣。

  • Why is that?

    為什麼會這樣?

  • Because it magically LaRussa has some pixie dust.

    因為它神奇的拉魯薩有一些精靈塵。

  • He Sprinkles everyone.

    他給大家灑水。

  • They started hitting.

    他們開始打。

  • Maybe maybe it is pixie dust.

    也許也許是精靈塵。

  • Except instead of sprinkling it, you ingest it or inject it, right?

    只不過你不是在灑水,而是攝取或注射,對嗎?

  • Maybe because that's certainly what was happening in Oakland.

    也許是因為奧克蘭的情況肯定是這樣的。

  • So here's a guy who gets his job from cronyism, where there is good, uh, at least, uh, circumstantial evidence to suspect he's cheated in the past in a variety of ways with a variety of teams.

    所以這個人是靠裙帶關係得到工作的,有很好的,至少,呃,間接證據可以懷疑他過去在不同的球隊以各種方式作弊。

  • And then he shows up and this is what he does walking in the door.

    然後他就出現了,這就是他進門的樣子。

  • Uh, if you're on the White Sox, you got to get rid of him.

    呃,如果你是白襪隊的,你就得除掉他。

  • You got to do it today.

    你今天一定要做到這一點。

  • Well, what I will say is the reason I don't bring up the past in that regard, Max Kellerman is only because do we have substantial evidence that that would implicate him being complicit in those things that you mentioned in terms of steroids and things of that nature?

    好吧,我想說的是,我之所以不提過去的事,麥克斯-凱勒曼只是因為我們有實質性的證據,可以證明他是你提到的那些事情的同謀,比如類固醇和那種性質的東西?

  • The point is, is that you know, again, if that's not the case, then I can't hold them accountable.

    關鍵是,是你知道,再一次,如果不是這樣,那麼我就不能追究他們的責任。

  • But so much for that because, ah, lot of guys do a lot of things.

    但是,這麼說是因為,啊,很多人做了很多事情。

  • And I remember when that list came out with guys that were using performance enhancing drugs and things of that nature.

    我還記得,當名單出來的時候,有的人使用了增強性能的藥物,還有類似的東西。

  • It was about 103 names on that list and and a lot of times teammates swore that they didn't know.

    那份名單上大概有103個名字,而且很多時候隊友都信誓旦旦的說不知道。

  • So if the teammates didn't know who's to say the manager or the coach is new, that's just how I look at it.

    所以如果隊友們不知道誰說主教練或者教練是新來的,我就是這麼看的。

  • Obviously, I don't know because I haven't been covering.

    很明顯,我不知道,因為我沒有報道過。

  • I don't cover the teams, but I want could deduce that it's pretty hard to hold him accountable for that.

    我不報道球隊,但我想可以推斷出,要追究他的責任是相當困難的。

  • But at the end of the day again, when you're 76 years old, when you stepped away from the game in 2011 and it's nearly nine years later.

    但到最後又是76歲,當你在2011年從遊戲中走出來,已經快9年了。

  • And the White Sox, of all people feel the need to bring you on the question that I've got for the organizations that in the year 2020.

    而白襪隊,所有的人都覺得有必要給你帶來的問題,我在2020年的組織。

  • How is it that you couldn't come up with somebody else?

    你怎麼就想不出別人呢?

  • Just a little bit fresher is just my is just my analysis of it all.

    只是小清新只是我的只是我的分析。

  • That's all.

    就這樣吧

  • Speaking of the year 20 by the way.

    對了,說到20年。

  • And by the way, real quick guys.

    順便說一句,真正的快速的傢伙。

  • Yeah, real quick.

    是啊,真快。

  • I just want to say LaRussa, upon getting this job, had toe walked back comments he made four years ago about Kaepernick and kneeling and questioning Kaepernick sincerity and talking about how he would forbid one of his players from doing the same thing he had toe walked back.

    我只想說,拉魯薩在得到這份工作後,曾趾高氣揚地收回了他四年前對卡佩尼克和下跪的評論,並質疑卡佩尼克的誠意,並談到他將如何禁止他的一個球員做同樣的事情,他曾趾高氣揚。

  • Those comments to seem as though he got with the times.

    這些言論,以顯得他與時俱進。

  • My point is, Stephen people are allowed to feel how they feel right.

    我的意思是,Stephen人們可以感受他們的感受是對的。

  • Although I think of managers overstepping his bounds, telling a player how he should or shouldn't participate in a ceremony, nevertheless, think of how many strikes against him.

    雖然我認為經理人越俎代庖,告訴球員應該如何或不應該參加一個儀式,不過,想想對他的打擊有多少。

  • It doesn't make sense in the modern game making the statements he made with the past problems he's had.

    在現代遊戲中,他以過去的問題做出的聲明是沒有意義的。

  • Thanks for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    感謝您在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

to sit there and have months to think about this, knowing that you had the d.

坐在那裡,有幾個月的時間來考慮這個問題,知道你有D。

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