Gio And Jones Weekly Rewind 10/31-11/4

DAVE WALLACE – 10/31/16
Former MLB pitching coach

“It’s probably new to the average fan, but those of us in the game always felt like – and I want to say going back a few years anyway – that if you get those guys in the bullpen, the most important thing is to have a lot of depth. If you have depth, you can go to a Miller, yet you still have the other guys that come in and finish the game. Or you have the other guys that come in and get outs in the sixth, seventh and maybe the eighth inning and then you have a guy to go to. But that comes from having multiple guys down there who embrace those situations. And yeah, I think we’re heading toward that.”
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IAN EAGLE – 11/1/16
CBS play-by-play announcer

“I don’t want to say anything official. You don’t want to speculate on these matters. I believe the apparatus is in – how do I put this delicately? – in possession of the CBS crew. I believe so. The issue was who was going to discard it, and it ended up getting kicked to the sideline and it was wedged in between where the field and the stadium siding begins. That’s when a member of our crew actually located it (and dislodged it).”
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TODD HOLLANDSWORTH – 11/2/16
CSN Cubs analyst

“That’s the one thing I was so amazed about. It’s almost like this moment allowed people back into their own personal history and their own personal relationships with people who are no longer with us. That’s where all of this seems to go. It is so deeply woven into the Cubs’ fan base that you can’t ignore it. It’s just the way that it is and it’s what it represents. Tonight, history will be defeated either for the Cleveland Indians or the Chicago Cubs. For Cubs fans, it’s been a long wait and it’s been a lot of dead relatives.”
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JONATHAN PETERLIN – 11/3/16
92.3 The Fan reporter

“If the Cavs had lost to the Warriors and there had been legitimately no end in sight to this championship drought – and yes, the Cavs will likely play the Warriors once again in the Finals this year – but if there had been that loss and LeBron had lost to Steph Curry and (you thought) maybe LeBron can’t get over that hump and can’t over a super team, I think there’d be a lot more panic. I think people would be wondering, ‘What’s wrong with us once again? Classic Cleveland.’ But I’ve been very impressed in leaving the stadium last night in the way that Cleveland fans seemed to recognize this Cubs team was just a powerhouse.”
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BRUCE LEVINE – 11/3/16
Chicago’s 670 The Score reporter

“I don’t look at them as losers; I just look at the Chicago Cubs as a team that just happened to win this ball game and win this series. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about if you’re an (Indians fan).”
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BART SCOTT – 11/4/16
CBS NFL Today analyst

“The first thing I did was I went and got two attack German Shepherds that were trained in carjacking, search and rescue, and trained to spit and bite. Instead of bite and tear your clothes and play with the clothes like some dumb dogs do, you come to my house and you leave with a chunk out your ass. That was the first line of defense. Then I put motion-detector sensors in the trees. So if somebody walks by far from my house, I know you’re there. So if you decide to come, the dogs bark and that’s warning No. 2. If you come any closer, I’m going to shoot you in the ass – or worse. I’m not going to apologize for it. Listen, if the alarm go off and you still ain’t got it, if the dog start barking and you ain’t got it, then you just deserve it. Some people just need it. I hope you don’t bleed out, but if you do, it’s better you than me. If you come to my house and attack my children, my first priority is to take care of my kids. I’m going to err on the side of caution, and the caution is to empty the clip.”
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HOUSTON NUTT – 11/4/16
CBS Sports Network college football analyst

“I think there’s a lot of Washington Huskies upset they wasn’t in the four-spot, but hey, that is really a perfect scenario if you’re sitting in a team meeting with Coach Petersen and the guys. All we got to do is control what we can control, and that’s the next game.”
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