Affeldt on the Giants' struggles and his own charitable efforts.
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Right out of -- day for everybody talking Giants baseball what took place over the weekend last four day. The Giants little bit of fun and you see the numbers. And here you. Talk about. They averaged just goes troubled Jeremy yeah I felt. Have -- or against our reports say -- your curve ball I've never heard you address this and if you probably Henry added and I I just missed it but. After the tragedy. With a stow family. What were you pick to speak about about that before the crowded today AT&T. You know for one I was flattering that I was missed but I think Q you know I was -- I was. Chased down in the clubhouse by assistant GM who asked me if I do a -- format. I think that would be that you know I thought it was a lot of other different things that. But I think they when He came up to me and said you know we've been talk about the front office and feel it. He should be detained -- the got to address. -- -- situation on behalf of the team -- behalf of the family. And I. I don't know why I think maybe it was because you know I do a lot of that obviously you know when it comes to humanity it meant to you right in -- speech. You know -- to write speeches. To them and -- I don't do a heartfelt He said at their from a podium and read the speech the whole time I think you lose. The effect you're trying to get so for me it was. I asked them if they'll go on a Rampage on on on on violence -- you know give me some areas. You -- give me some boundary passes to this thing control and so they said we'll stay within these boundaries try to keep it short. Maybe -- a couple of these things and and that's what I did that put my own twist on him and He came out pretty well I felt like. Is a dress appropriately and I thought Jamey Carroll and hundreds of the Dodgers obviously in. Then I've seen this though seem Bryant who have seen the family since then and a couple times actually. You seem to do well and they and they seem to be appreciative of it so I think overall well. Yeah the great Henry Schulman here understand 101000. Followers on Twitter -- the numbers have just been relief is that accurate yeah a little closest and it's in the 97 hundreds but -- -- we roach told told around up. Hard look at that before again we start -- in the funny games what Phelps did that night to me. I don't want to say you know without overdoing it but maybe that was the highlight of the season so far AA is it from an individual on the Giants well -- promote you know. From one of those choke you up feelings it was and I think one of the things Jeremy told us that ninety who has it in Jamey Carroll have been friends. For awhile I think it helped because it it's not that they just picked. Random giant -- random dodger beat to get up there and and talk I mean ninety Jeremy talk first and and I I think that you know what I mean Jamie Jamie played off that and and I really think the message is as held. And go to duck Dodgers stadium now of course it's it would only extra cops there there's really not much that's gonna happen now and they're there really aren't. That many fans going to dodger games anyway but I noticed a lot if you were. Altercations in the stands among Giants and Dodgers fans. When the Dodgers were here and there's all there's as there is a little lesson that I really do in the messages taken hold there and there. You just touched on a very good but you have. Follow up with Brian then -- about -- -- -- got to see I was actually gonna go see in the last time we are in LA. To. We we kind of had a time where I could have done it's lasted like you'll see him that that they just they're airlifted him I believe back. From Los Angeles yeah yeah exciting to see in them but they set up an opportunity when I got back in the town. The longer road trip by guys but the first few days make -- -- catch up with my wife my two boys and then. When I got some time in the morning He was a couple days later when it went over to see him and his family. Because I think it's inappropriate to speak on behalf of -- ever meet them yeah saw wanna make sure that the family and try to encourage them the fact that. It was not written. I really truly felt those things and and I and I appreciate everything that they've done to bring awareness in situations well and in their their family has gone way. The you know above and beyond what what most people would do to make sure the and his people understood what really is taking place in the amount of forgiveness that. Seems like his mother has had it has been pretty good and -- its goal. You have a special. Charity cause your behind called not for sale first explain that not for sale means. -- facilities and started. Few years ago by the bats don't as a professor USF. And He started this based on. Senior couple things with in his community some tragedies of this community in the going overseas and seventeenth straight trip because he's with human trafficking. And so -- -- sill start to fight them and I think one thing that He did that I was impressed with what I came here in the seventh sisco few years ago. Was He in a program called -- to play actually his youngest he's one of his young son started a few years ago or helped him start. It was a program that I wanted to get involved in because -- Have a humanitarian type part. I love the human life I love what it I love the opportunities that when kids. Have opportunities to dream that they get to dream and nothing personally -- huge huge yes. Read and heard about this and that moved you guys it's something that I. Well personally for me I have a my my dad as a military background I have a leadership type. Mentality I wanna be a leader every community and then I have -- I have no problem voicing my opinion in the proper ways and and I and so for me. When I see kids -- when I see young lives like you see a lot human trafficking. Have everything taken from them. When they get ripped from their family stole from the fan base sold. So offense sell them in the poverty areas around the world sell them into these situations. And they have no ability to dream I had growing up my whole life I have I can play -- where I want to play. I had a house to live in -- food do you I have water to drink I can dream -- to dream I think -- I want to be a garbage man -- pro athlete the American dream however want to -- And then to see these kids now they get taken in the get put in that -- situations where their force ended to dissect slavery stuffy it's disgusting deal. You see some of the young boys that are getting pushed in the these labor scenarios like the chocolate fields over in Africa and in -- tougher bars talk of ours for a dollar. Because -- it all great deal. Yeah but some of blood going into that because we're we're we're selling these kids and for me you've killed their ability dream now the they have no. I wanna be a doctor a lawyer an athlete they have there's some of these kids are dying in this area and even if you rescue the the rehabilitation that goes into it to getting them to trust an adult again. Did they say look I want you to dream. Don't play -- kid out part and that's -- -- played does well. Think tomorrow night ever have before we run out of time on -- -- tomorrow night people go to the game will be able to help in what way. Well they're gonna wanna learn about freedom play when it's all about. And understanding that you're helping young kids. Have an ability dream again. Supporting freedom plays supporting athletes like myself Matt Holliday. Will also does this and there's other athletes you know and other genres of that places them. Out there that are helping out this and what they're doing is is. They're helping me either helping me I get -- -- fifty dollars for every strikeout I guess you've tour if you know for every hole you can make a donation to monitor right you can make a donation and what those go into this let me just talk about what court -- we put in soccer fields and South America. And giving kids opportunities to dream again because it's been stolen from them and we're trying to redeem that I think that's free to play is done for a while said. Not candlelight -- but under -- I mentioned those shallow and I said didn't get a DH. -- you are you listening -- is -- for an out is harder than what we're worried about stuff that you maybe you. It got more in your mind in the DH tomorrow -- -- win -- you wanted to DH you're right some wrong because I think -- playing they're playing in the nationally -- exactly but I was talking about let's look -- -- left and I'll tell what they've got to bring them I will because you -- make you saw Henry coming today yeah go ahead explain what -- And short so polo shirt and saw Bob maybe it's going to be relaxed atmosphere on and in jeans and now He comes. Problems to now I have an order from the FCC that since I can't be that. On TV in a polo shirt if ever catch arts event that's how hard Jeremy -- -- good locked -- Minnesota for three Cleveland for three.
change fast in you could be an up and over again got later. They work with those guys on got a bit tight I. We'll Jamey Carroll got a spray hitter who likes the ball. out there. It went pretty far and as it is and it's a little bit of a to
Bogut in the middle that that's the main reason why I'm so optimistic about it as a front line of and together Joseph Barry Carroll was a decent player a with the Warriors really about tennis center combination like this since the days of flickering. Clifford
Because they knew. General manager of that team is David Caldwell David Caldwell. And Greg Roman were roommates at John Carroll university. And of course Greg Roman does very bright offensive mind. Does a lot of different things of that 49ers offense
candidates for the Jaguars job last year. Was great Roman why general manager David Caldwell was Romans college roommate at John Carroll university in Ohio. Well the Jaguars did not wait until the Super Bowl run was over to hire a head coach they went with Gus
lot of people connected the dots. David Caldwell the general manager was a college roommate. Of great Roman. It at John Carroll University it's a lot of people thought that that might be a match what you end up going with Gus Bradley to Seattle Seahawks
It is great to play. And excited to. North to Seattle but did this game going. Walker third place you like you look at the game. In the. They didn't play quite a bit in the there in their entire defense better. Good showing is as usual it's it's a fine defense. It's always good professional
He's been new as well equipped do you give us like we just came off of and Cam Newton. Big strong fast and terrific arm. No great mobility courage. Willingness to run all of those things. You know they give you every factor that the quarterback position to give you and then when you have an offense
BJ Daniels is short like Russell Wilson has a strong throwing arm like Russell Wilson and runs the read option very well just like Russell Wilson. In fact that is not lost on Seahawks coach Pete Carroll . He says the Seahawks scouting.
have a top notch running back over and Marsalis have stopped refer to take a way to play action pass an old guy here. Pete Carroll said the reason Marshawn Lynch and that running game struggled against Carolina at Seattle made since. Adjustments from what
Carolina last week the Seahawks running game went nowhere. Pete Carroll told the Seattle media the team changed its approach to the ..... analyzing Carolina's tendencies on film. It didn't work Carroll says Seattle will go back to what does work against San Francisco
there employed. Think that was an interest in about the first games it and run Marshawn Lynch actually by design and so Pete Carroll said stating I get back to back running game I mean when. I mean he's that kind of surprising they got away from Matt asserted
Without Amobi Okugo, the Union has had to shuffle its back line, and defensive midfielder Brian Carroll is keeping everything and everyone calm on the back end.
out there and put a lot of good players and so we shut them all together and get to go out perform at a high level. Coach Carroll called close it out with you guys you mention before first year in the Mountain West Conference you also had six nationally
thing about You mean. He does a great job of of the value was he doesn't. Yeah. You know we watched film of me obviously. Carroll weren't through to your strong points things that I do will. some of the things that there's been implemented. Augusta
It was 2009 Richard Sherman's interception helped seal the deal for Stanford's 5521. Upset win over USC. Pete Carroll accusing Jim Harbaugh running up the score was the famous what's your deal game. Now people wonder what's the deal between
had I think Jim Harbaugh has an essence your dislike for Pete Carroll ideas that they you know they're apples and oranges to begin ..... NFL. This started what Harbaugh was at Stanford when. Good Carroll was at USC and even before that I don't know the other two
back in May and win. Your division might be the toughest and all of the NFL that back and forth between Jim Harbaugh Pete Carroll . What are your feelings about the 49ers Seahawks rivalry how is it for you guys in for you personally. I don't know it
Jim Harbaugh's bitter relationship with Pete Carroll dates back years, but the Seahawks head coach may be trying to rectify that.
Played play by the rules and and no one of the above above reproach especially when you're good. Because you don't want people that. They'll come back as soon they're winning because they're cheating in that and that's always going to be the knee jerk reaction. But people I found in my experience.
Problems in Seattle has certainly caught the attention of 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh of course the 49ers and Seattle Seahawks have built up quite a rivalry over the past couple seasons Harbaugh says is incumbent upon good teams to play within the rules of the nobody ever questions victories. As for
Jim Harbaugh took the misfortune of Pete Carroll and turned it into an advertisement for himself and his team. But could it come back to bite?