Wednesday, June 20, 2007

THE MECK RADIO SHOW w/ BOBBY COX - Weekly. 06/20/07

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The Meck Radio Show w/ Bobby Cox - Weekly. 06/20//07 Posted 4:22a Show Time: 28 mins.

Meck Notes:
Thanks for downloading our show.
An interview w/ Bobby Cox - Manager of the Atlanta Braves.
A longtime friend and Best Mgr. in the game shares his insight - weekly.
Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY has said several times on our show:
" Bobby Cox is the Greatest Manager in the History of Baseball."
No Doubt .. The Facts confirm Bob Nightengale's view.
Bobby Cox: The only man in the history of sports to win 15 consecutive division titles.

The Sporting News, in a poll of his peers, has named Bobby Cox - Manager of the Year - 8 times.
Since 1936, when the magazine started balloting .. No other manager has won the award more than 3 times.

Several weeks ago Bobby passed Mgr. Sparky Anderson [ 2,194] to become 4th all-time in wins.
The Hall of Fame will come calling one day - 1st ballot - 4 sure.
Tuesday [ June 19th] ..The Meck gave Skipper Bobby Cox a call and as always he had TIME.
I'm grateful for Bobby's friendship and Thank him for agreeing to do our show weekly.

Seg 1 is my friend BIG JIM Kearce sharing his thoughts on Bobby Cox.
Followed by my interv with Bobby.

I asked Bobby about Smoltz's shoulder and his upcoming start Fri. nite vs Kenny Rogers [ DET].
His thoughts on the amazing start of Willie Harris and the talented rookie -Yunel Escobar.

The bullpen: Soriano - Wickman - Yates.
How are Chipper's hands ?

Bobby's thoughts on the late Haywood Sullivan ?
1st round pick of the Red Sox[ in 52] - Made the Majors [in 60] - Red Sox catcher.
Managed the KC Athletics [1965 ] .. Red Sox GM [1978 - 83 ] and General Partner/Owner [ 1977 - 93].

Bobby says hello to Mr. Sullivan's daughter, Sharon, in Boston and calls him:
" A True Gentleman. One of the Hard Working .. Nice Guys in Baseball."

Of Note: After doing an article w/ Bob Nightengale on the life/memories of Mr. Sullivan
[when he passed away Feb. 2003 and was laid to rest in my hometown - Dothan] ..
I believe Haywood Sullivan is the only man to be a player - manager - general manager and
owner in Major League history. - Meck
Bobby reaches out to a soldier, Mark McDuffie, a friend and longtime loyal listener
[who was injured in Iraq and is recovering at Walter Reed Hospital].
Bobby sends well wishes [to Mark] via the show.
He's looking forward to meeting him [at a Braves game] and shaking his hand.

Thanks for your TIME today and listening to our show with Bobby Cox - MR. ENCOURAGER.
Bobby's kindness and the compassion he gives others will long outlive his Hall of Fame Stats.
As I've shared with Bobby .. ' If I ever go to the electric chair .. I want to have my last meal with you.
At least I'll have a smile on my face and feel good about it.'

A Special Thanks to Super Dave in New York for putting our show together [ as always].
And Thank You for sharing the show with a friend.
Coming soon on The Meck Radio Show.
Bobby Cox - The Best Manager in the History of Baseball.
Joe Simpson - Braves TV Announcer
Paul Finebaum - Writer/Talk Show Host
Gov. Mike Huckabee - Presidential Candidate.
Donald Watkins - Business Icon. Ethanol.
Bobby Clampett - Golfer/Announcer for CBS and TNT.
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Throw me the ball Daddy
I've been waiting all day
I'm so glad you're home and we got some time
So Let's go out and play
Just me and you
It's my favorite thing to do
Daddy I'm tellin' the truth

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The choice is up to you
So what will you do
With your T I M E Time
and your L O V E love

I'll never forget you Daddy
You taught me the game so well
It's taken me places I never dreamed
So many stories to tell
How the time has come and gone
And now I have a son of my own
And I'm making sure your memory lives on

I've heard it said a time or two
This game of life can take from you
But I found out love isn't really love
Till you give it away

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