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Monday, October 09, 2006

WFAN: Mike and the Mad Dog: The Cory Lidle Interview

I’m linking directly to this incredible radio interview…just so you don’t have deal with Imus’ face on the autopsy of the page!

Repoz Posted: October 09, 2006 at 11:30 PM | 54 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
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   1. Cowboy Popup Posted: October 09, 2006 at 11:50 PM (#2205188)
I don't have the patience to listen to this any longer, it seems like one big long dull conversational circle. If I'm missing a blow up past 6 and a half minutes, let me know.
   2. Guapo Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:06 AM (#2205196)
It gets good when Mad Dog forbids Cory Lidle from "enjoying his day."
   3. Rob Base Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:16 AM (#2205207)
gist?
   4. Danny Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:21 AM (#2205210)
"Why'd you throw Torre under the bus?"
"I didn't, I was talking about the whole team?"
"So, you were misquoted?"
"No, I was just trying to say.."
"So, why'd you throw Torre under the bus?"
"I didn't, I was talking about the whole team?"
"So, you were misquoted?"
"No, I was just trying to say.."
"So, why'd you throw Torre under the bus?"

...

The part where they say they never think about Cory Lidle much is kinda funny.
   5. Obo Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:22 AM (#2205211)
Gist:

Lidle: I didn't mean it that way. Joe Torre is a first-class manager.
M&MD;: Didn't mean it that way? What other way is there to take it?

Repeat for 14 minutes.
   6. Obo Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:25 AM (#2205214)
Ok, Danny's version is better.
   7. My guest will be Jermaine Allensworth Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:26 AM (#2205217)
Lidle could've had an easy way out if he said, "'They were more prepared' is as close as any jock will get to saying 'They were just the better team.'"
   8. Banta Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:28 AM (#2205219)
Obviously Mike and the Mad Dog are pretty stupid, but I didn't think that Lidle did a great job of explaining what he meant specifically in regards to his quote. Of course, it would probably be pretty hard to do with them just screaming the same quote at you over and over again, but Lidle really never illustrated the difference between preparation and the mental aspect of being ready and how, even though a manager can do his job right, it takes a conscious decision on the players part to "get up" to play the game at the level that they need to be at. If I understand Lidle correctly, he's basically saying that there's only so much a manager can do for the mental readiness of a team and after that, it's up to the players to implement that. Lidle was alluding to this, but I don't think he ever completely got this point across effectively.

Of course, even if he did, they probably would have ignored it anyway.
   9. Jesse Barfield's Right Arm Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:37 AM (#2205228)
Lidle seems to be treated pretty unfairly here, but mostly because he is not very intelligent. Lidle obviously thinks "preperation" is the same thing as "winning" and that his commetns were synonomous with "they were the better team."

Mike and Chris recognize this but don't want to give up the interrogation. The part where Chris takes Cory to task for "enjoying his day" is great though!
   10. Sam M. Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:38 AM (#2205232)
Poor Lidle. He tried to call in just to defend Torre as a good manager and make the point he supports him, but he really didn't have an answer to the simple question, which is why if the team wasn't prepared to play that isn't the manager's fault. Maybe he should have had Banta's answer, but he didn't. So he came across (at least to me) as a doofus who really probably DID intend to blame Torre when he talked to the reporter, but now was trying to walk it back.

Anyway, you could just tell that those two sharks were positively gleeful that he was dumb enough to call in and make their day. The first rule of a talk radio feeding frenzy is NOT to dive into the water as fresh meat. Lidle broke that rule, and he got eaten alive.
   11. TerpNats Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:51 AM (#2205247)
Trying to imagine Lidle doing the same thing with Howard Eskin at the other end of the Jersey Turnpike. Ah, what am I thinking -- Howard wouldn't give him the time of day.
   12. PJ Martinez Posted: October 10, 2006 at 01:53 AM (#2205280)
I wonder if the grand narrative of "Derek Jeter, Born Leader" will come apart altogether. He may need to restore it sometime in the next five or six years, or eventually people may remember those early Yankee teams as belonging to O'Neill and Martinez, with Jeter as the precocious youngster who, when leadership fell on his shoulders, couldn't bear the load.

Either version of events is pretty silly, in my opinion, but that won't stop anyone, of course.
   13. Frisco Cali Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:04 AM (#2205286)
Where is Bernie Williams in all of this?
   14. Crispix Attacksel Rios Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:05 AM (#2205287)
My prediction: Lou Piniella comes in to manage the Yankees and makes A-Rod the captain. Jeter goes to Steinbrenner and threatens a murder-suicide if he isn't made the captain again. Steinbrenner trades him to the Royals for Mark Teahen.
   15. rLr Is King Of The Romans And Above Grammar Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:15 AM (#2205294)
Where is Bernie Williams in all of this?

Quietly picking his guitar in the back of the clubhouse. It seems like Bernie doesn't have any interest in being a vocal leader or involving himself in clubhouse politics, nor does it appear that anybody expects him to.
   16. RichRifkin Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:16 AM (#2205295)
"Where is Bernie Williams in all of this?"

He's getting ready for his concert performance with Chynna Phillips.
   17. Srul Itza Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:18 AM (#2205297)
When it comes to A-Rod, Jeter has acted like a total dick. Other guys switch teams, and past transgressions are forgiven.

Whether or not A-Rod should have needed the support, once the feeding frenzy started, a real leader would have put the interests of the team first, and said SOMETHING to support A-Rod. Jeter's actions were clearly intended to convey that Jeter could not give a damn if A-Rod was buried by the negativity, regardless of the effect on the team.

Contrast that to how fast he has come out to support Juicin' Giambi and Mr. Torre, and it is clear that Jeter is too busy harboring a grudge to act the part of team captain.

I can only hope that Rome's point becomes the conventional wisdom on this subject.
   18. Gold Star - just Gold Star Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:19 AM (#2205298)
I wonder if the grand narrative of "<strike>Derek Jeter</strike> George W. Bush, Born Leader" will come apart altogether.
Fixed.
Wait, this isn't Kos...
   19. Crispix Attacksel Rios Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:33 AM (#2205306)
I can only hope that Rome's point becomes the conventional wisdom on this subject.

This may be the only time I'll ever agree with THAT sentence.
   20. susan mullen Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:42 AM (#2205311)
I'm curious why someone would say Mike and Chris are 'obviously stupid.' Or why Lidle would be considered 'poor
Cory.' His quotes after the series were quite specific and damning & appeared in numerous publications around the world. The words "ready" and "surprised" in the context in which he used them can only mean certain things. After
Mike and Chris gave this serial back stabber the podium to explain his remarks, he acted sullen and disdainful of
their simple question to explain the word "ready." Of course people are going to make a big deal of anything a player says after a controversial series. Even a marginal player like Lidle who obviously had no feeling for the team and, the poor guy, hoped he'd have a nice day.
   21. Benji Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:48 AM (#2205318)
I usually dislike Lidle, but those dickwads ambushed him. Don't call. You can't win.

And it figures two guys that never played would think the manager can control everyone's desire, preparation, etc.

When Dallas gets knocked out this year, will Francessa criticize Parcells preparation?

They are unlistenable.
   22. Srul Itza Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:52 AM (#2205323)
This may be the only time I'll ever agree with THAT sentence.

Hopefully, this will be the ONLY time I'll ever have to utter it. Even a blind squirrel occasionally finds a nut.
   23. Sam M. Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:56 AM (#2205327)
those dickwads ambushed him. Don't call. You can't win.

Benji, how did they "ambush him," when he called them??? He said in the interview that a friend text messaged him, and told him they were construing the quotes as blaming Torre for not having the team prepared. That sounds like he knew exactly what he was getting into. Where's the ambush? The fact that he was unable to explain himself doesn't make it an ambush; it makes it a massacre.
   24. Repoz Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:10 AM (#2205336)
He said in the interview that a friend text messaged him

I believe that was Randy Miller from Philly Burbs.
   25. Banta Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:14 AM (#2205338)
I'm curious why someone would say Mike and Chris are 'obviously stupid.'

Because I've listened to them before. Hah!
   26. Dog on the sidewalk has an ugly bracelet Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:18 AM (#2205339)
I don't feel particularly bad for Lidle. He should have known what was going to happen when he called in, but I guess the fact that he didn't is why people feel bad for him.

Anyway, to respond to Susan's though, I do feel that Mike and Chris are 'obviously stupid.' They very frequently say things that are just plain moronic and yell at anyone who attempts to disagree with them. I try to avoid them except when bad things happen to the Yankees or if I know they are interviewing someone of interest, so I can't think of many specific examples. The most reason one that I can remember though is an interview they had with Tom Coughlin after the Giants lost to the Seahawks. Coughlin chose to go for 2 after a touchdown left his team down by 12 with about 4 or 5 minutes left in regulation. Mike and Chris were harassing Coughlin about how he should have taken the extra point and waited for a later touchdown to try for 2, even though Coughlin pointed out that "The Chart" said to go for it. When they pressed him on it, he kept saying it was the correct move, to which the two idiots' response was simply to yell about how Coughlin made a mistake and should admit it. Of course, Coughlin seemed unable to explain why it was the correct move to go for 2, and, afterwards, not a single person called up to attempt to explain it either. Throughout this, I just sat there baffled and frustrated at how no one could even understand how a team can adjust their gameplan by knowing the results of the two point try ahead of time and, more importantly, that people could argue with something that was simply mathematically true.

So maybe my standards for stupidity, as well as those of many other posters here, is too widely met. Or, more likely, the vast majority of people are just obviously stupid. Either way, when people argue with fact, I think that earns them the label "Stupid." And when those people are as obnoxious as Mike and the Mad Dog are, they deserve to be insulted whenever possible.

(And yes, I know this has virtually nothing to do with the thread itself, but I really hate Mike and the Mad Dog and enjoy ranting about them whenever possible)
   27. Benji Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:19 AM (#2205340)
Mea Culpa on the poor choice of words, Sam. But they did hammer him much worse than they would have if he was either there, or was actually a good player. And that is one of the reasons I never listen to them any more.
   28. Dog on the sidewalk has an ugly bracelet Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:20 AM (#2205342)
Of course, in my rant about how stupid other people are, I see at least 2 or 3 grammatical errors in a brief glance through what I wrote. I guess I'm stupid too.
   29. Sam M. Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:26 AM (#2205348)
But they did hammer him much worse than they would have if he was either there, or was actually a good player.

Not sure on the first part; if he'd been in-studio, I suspect it would have been pretty similar. The current frenzy over Torre is pretty irresistable for those guys. But a star -- yeah, they would never have gone that far with a guy they might need to kiss up to later.

It was brutal, no doubt. Lidle just got a big-time lesson in not making a bad situation worse.
   30. base ball chick Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:52 AM (#2205364)
. Srul Itza Posted: October 09, 2006 at 10:18 PM (#2205297)

When it comes to A-Rod, Jeter has acted like a total dick. Other guys switch teams, and past transgressions are forgiven.


- and even if jeter couldn't never EVER forgive the Rod, well, he neede to front for the media anyhow. getting even with afraud caused more problems for mr i'm all about the ringzzzz team

Whether or not A-Rod should have needed the support, once the feeding frenzy started, a real leader would have put the interests of the team first, and said SOMETHING to support A-Rod. Jeter's actions were clearly intended to convey that Jeter could not give a damn if A-Rod was buried by the negativity, regardless of the effect on the team.

- yep

Contrast that to how fast he has come out to support Juicin' Giambi and Mr. Torre, and it is clear that Jeter is too busy harboring a grudge to act the part of team captain.

- you said it

I can only hope that Rome's point becomes the conventional wisdom on this subject.

- accckkk gaaaaaacccckkkk
i never thought i would hear a man with your brains using the words "rome" and "wisdom" together. but rome was right for once and so are u
   31. PerroX Posted: October 10, 2006 at 03:54 AM (#2205365)
Does every Yankee thread have to have its "Poor ARod/Jeter Sucks" comments?

</rhetorical question>
   32. base ball chick Posted: October 10, 2006 at 04:04 AM (#2205372)
swift

no theres PLENTY of arod sucks

and i can help you out with arod sucks. arod sucks the big fat hairy one.

poor jeter getting stuck with a loser like e-rod on his team

and i keep hearing rumors that arod is getting traded to houston for mo ensberg. man i hope not. we ALREADY got enuf guys who are chokers
   33. Xander Posted: October 10, 2006 at 04:05 AM (#2205373)
Eh. I thought it was pretty funny. It seemed pretty obvious that he could have said, "That was my quote, but the words came out wrong, and I meant X" and it would have been cleared up. For whatever reason he didn't. I can't blame Mike and Chris for taking full advantage of the situation. Talk show hosts can only dream of a situation like this.
   34. Flynn Posted: October 10, 2006 at 04:16 AM (#2205380)
I listened to it live, and it was cringe-worthy, brilliant radio. M&MD; are the best in the business at sports talk radio and I was thoroughly entertained with their show today (can't miss Yankee Elimination wrapups). Lidle probably didn't mean to pin it on Torre, but I don't have much sympathy for him. He wasn't smart enough to talk his way out of it against M&MD;, and he wasn't humble enough to admit he made a mistake, then compounded it by saying he was trying to have a nice day, which was quickly responded to with, "I don't know any Yankee fans having a nice day!" After Lidle hung up, they actually had a brief conversation about the differences in expectation between players and fans, and how players treat it as simply a job while the Yankee fan will agonize all winter about this postseason.

I think people who are trying to find some deep insight on sports talk radio are missing the point. It's sports entertainment. I don't expect to hear incisive commentary on Mike & the Mad Dog in the same way I don't expect to see Derek Jeter's VORP on Deadspin. It's there to be amusing, and Mike & the Mad Dog have just enough reasonable insight (mostly provided by Mike; Mad Dog is the comic foil) to be a good listen while at work. They were surprisingly critical of St. Jeter today, talked about the differences between Torre and Piniella, and had a good interview with Larry Bowa. And you had some good laughs when Jerome and Russo's dad ("TERRIBLE!") called in. I can talk rings around Russo's dad about the Yankees - his comments were limited to good, TERRIBLE!, or so-so. But I won't be as amusing. However, they are genuinely good at getting insight from their interviewees - their interview of Pedro last year shed more light about his pitching style, his preperation and his mentality then seven years of interviews did in Boston. Other guys simply don't do any prep for who they're talking to, nor can they rely on encyclopedic knowledge like Francessa can.

WFAN's a very good talk radio station. Benigno and the Schmoozer both have their good sides (starting with being Met fans) and are entertaining in their own way.

People who think they're bad should listen to WEEI. Other than Dale & Holley, they are absolutely unlistenable. I can't last more than 5 minutes listening to the Big Show.
   35. Devin has a deep burning passion for fuzzy socks Posted: October 10, 2006 at 04:46 AM (#2205397)
This is actually not Cory Lidle's only odd experience with WFAN. For some reason, back in '98, I was listening to FAN's coverage of the expansion draft, which was being held in Phoenix. And the D-Backs drafted one Cory Lidle from the Mets (who got left off of the protected list for Greg Frickin' McMichael, which really cheesed me off). And to everybody's surprise, guess who happened to be in Phoenix that day and decided to come by and watch the draft? Yup, Mr. Lidle, who quickly got pressed into an interview. I don't remember anything from the interview, but it was just such an odd turn of events that it always stuck with me.
   36. 1k5v3L Posted: October 10, 2006 at 04:57 AM (#2205403)
I think M&MD; are a couple of hypocritical morons, but any time they pin a Yankee down with his head in the toilet, I turn the volume up to hear the flushing sound. Bravo. One day, Fatso will swallow the skinny one, and the latter will refuse to shut and will continue screaming from just below the esophagus. It'll be The Idiotic Ventriloquist show on WFAN...
   37. cercopithecus aethiops Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:32 PM (#2205455)
I can only hope that Rome's point becomes the conventional wisdom on this subject.

Sorry, folks, but blind squirels and their nuts notwithstanding, I cannot accept this under any circumstances. The only basis that Rome has for criticizing anyone about anything realting to character is "it takes one to know one." I am vehemently opposed to capital punishment, but I would happily make an exception for Jimmy-boy.

This whole what a captain should do argument is a load anyway. The legendary Jeter defense of Giambi is pure revisionism. The extent of his comments was basically, "I can't tell the fans what to do, but I don't think you should boo a guy unless he's not trying." He didn't put his arm around Giambi or any of that crap. And what of those legendary Yankee captains of lore? I don't recall Thurman Munson defending any of his teammates in the press, and in fact, he was never to busy to throw somebody under the bus, especially if somebody happened to be Reggie. From what I've read of Lou Gehrig, I don't get the impression that he was vocal leader, or that he even had much more than the time of day for his teammates. Don Mattingly, much as I love him, spent most of his captaincy on the DL, a hard place to lead from.

Actually, I'd like to revise the first sentence of the last paragraph: This whole idea of "captains" in professional sports is a load anyway.
   38. bunyon Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:33 PM (#2205457)
Contrast that to how fast he has come out to support Juicin' Giambi

Never narc on your supplier.
   39. Captain Joe Bivens, Elderly Northeastern Jew Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:44 PM (#2205461)
Whoever it was who declared that sports talk radio was needed to fill some perceived void ought to be tortured for all eternity.
   40. Van Lingle Mungo Jerry Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:48 PM (#2205463)
M&MD; are the best in the business at sports talk radio

I ... I ... I ... [shoots self].
   41. Captain Joe Bivens, Elderly Northeastern Jew Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:51 PM (#2205466)
How does 42. The People vs. Larry Yount Posted: October 10, 2006 at 01:30 PM (#2205417)

Mike North should have been involved in this somehow.

keep showing up as the last post?
   42. cercopithecus aethiops Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:53 PM (#2205470)
Joe, don't you mean 43? Or is it 44? Or ...
   43. Van Lingle Mungo Jerry Posted: October 10, 2006 at 12:54 PM (#2205471)
Somehow, that comment is post-timed. What'll be interesting to see is whether there's a comment posted at 1:28 p.m. or so that will make the Mike North reference meaningful.
   44. Captain Joe Bivens, Elderly Northeastern Jew Posted: October 10, 2006 at 01:04 PM (#2205475)
The People vs. Larry Yount is an evil genius.
   45. Slinger Francisco Barrios (Dr. Memory) Posted: October 10, 2006 at 02:26 PM (#2205551)
The People vs. Larry Yount Posted: October 10, 2006 at 01:30 PM (#2205417)

Marvin Barnes would be absolutely freaking <u>out</u> if he saw this.
   46. Hello Rusty Kuntz, Goodbye Rusty Cars Posted: October 10, 2006 at 05:30 PM (#2205417)
Mike North should have been involved in this somehow.
   47. PerroX Posted: October 11, 2006 at 12:13 AM (#2206118)
Didn't see Chick's comment until after I posted.

I've always found it amusing that most statistical arguments, as sound as many of them are, very often end up as mere rationalization for more emotional, childlike takes on the game. We love/hate and are sometimes indifferent to ballplayers at a very pre-rational level.

I think its the best explanation for why we project all kinds of things onto ARod and Jeter that we can't possibly know about them. I'm certainly guilty of it. They're both Yankees, so they both can burn in a lake of eternal torment for all I care.

My only stake is that I enjoy being contrary above all else in groups of people. While Rod-love may be contrary to overall majority opinion, it's the opposite here.

So while I may sound conventional in my love/hates, I'm really reporting from the dark side of Mercury.

Which is surprisingly cold.
   48. cercopithecus aethiops Posted: October 11, 2006 at 12:20 AM (#2206131)
Which is surprisingly cold.

No it's not. It's incredibly cold all right, but that shouldn't surprise anyone who's made it past about 4th grade.
   49. ian Posted: October 11, 2006 at 08:49 PM (#2207222)
Cory Lidle confirmed dead, piloting a plane he owned -- accidently crashed into a Manhattan apartment building.

RIP.
   50. Jefferson Manship (Dan Lee) Posted: October 11, 2006 at 08:56 PM (#2207249)
Wow, the intro seems really unfortunately worded given what happened this afternoon.
   51. The George Sherrill Selection Posted: October 11, 2006 at 09:24 PM (#2207289)
He leaves behind a six year old son.

What a tragedy.
   52. Guapo Posted: October 11, 2006 at 09:44 PM (#2207334)
I alluded to this in Post #2. Here's the exchange in the middle of the interview. Keep in mind this is a beautiful autumn day in New York City, two days before Lidle dies:

Lidle: . . .I’m sitting here trying to enjoy my day in New York and I get a text message from a friend of mine who says you better call and defend yourself...

Russo: First of all, no Yankee fan should enjoy the day in New York- that’s number one. I mean, the Yankees just got embarrassed- you got a manager who might get fired who’s been here for eleven years. If I’m a Yankee right now, I’m in hiding, I’m not enjoying anything in New York, that’s number one. Yankee fans aren’t enjoying the day...

Lidle: OK, Hold on. Who’s that talking?

Russo: That’s Chris.

Lidle: Chris. OK, so I’m not allowed to- I have friends in the City. I’m not allowed to go and enjoy this day in New York?

Russo: I mean, you know what? I don’t know a Yankee fan who’s enjoying the day, to be honest with you.

Lidle: I want to win as much as anybody, but what am I supposed to do? Go cry in my apartment for the next two weeks?

Russo: Well, I mean, I know a lot of Yankee fans doing that, that’s for sure.
   53. bunyon Posted: October 11, 2006 at 10:01 PM (#2207361)
Really? Are there any Yankee fans crying in their apartments over the game and season? That's crazy. I didn't listen to the interview, but good for Lidle for what he says in that bit that is quoted.

Enjoying friends and loved ones is a great way to get through difficult times (if we stipulate that having a rough end to the season qualifies as difficult times at work for a pro ballplayer).

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