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last week. the dow gained 1294 points, the best in a decade. the nasdaq jumped 384 points and the s&p was up 136. analyst say investors are optimistic that the federal reserve will cut rates, and the economic impact of the coronavirus will be limited. tonight, the coronavirus continues to spread in europe, iran, and south korea. today mike crites said all- americans in italy and south korea will be screened before they board fights home. officials in the u.s. have reported 100 covid-19 cases. there have been six deaths , all in washington. at the white house, president trump met today with executives in the pharmaceutical industry industry to talk about expediting vaccines. it included executives from a dozen drug companies.
>> the competitors, but in this case they are different. this is something we want to get done very quickly. >> vice president mike pence is scheduled to brief lawmakers on the coronavirus tomorrow. the house can start considering an $8 billion bill to fund the government's response by wednesday. here's a look now at the cases in california. so far, 43 people have tested positive for covid-19. 19 of those cases were not related to flights. of those 19, you can see the breakdown behind me, 10 are travel related, five are person- to-person, and for community transmissions. bay area county has the most cases in santa clara and they have nine. >> reporter: the number of coronavirus patients in santa clara county have tripled over the weekend. there are now nine confirmed
cases, all adults, four of them that required hospitalization. the majority of those hospitalize have chronic health conditions, and the others are i cited at home. >> have to assume this is community spread now. it is still not in any kind of explosive phase, or anything that we need to panic about. >> according to state health officials, covid-19 has a high transmission rate low mortality rate. this infectious disease specialist at stanford says now is the time to take precautions from handwashing to social distancing. >> we really need to start keeping 6 feet away from others as much as possible. not greeting with hugs and handshakes, maybe instead greet with raves are not must day. >> county election officials say they have provided voting centers of hand sanitizer zinc when he wipes, saying that sir there are plenty of remote voting options. >> we consulted with the department of public health and we believe that if people are sick they should vote from
home. >> while the department of public health is not recommending that events be canceled, several silicon valley companies have changed their plans, the latest was a company monday that announced in an persson portion of his news conference will be canceled citing health concerns of coronavirus. the event planned for the last week of march will be online only. >> coronavirus and the flu had the same systems, and the sega test we will not know which one they have. right now, even our influenza cases are down. >> the south bay's largest go district says it is not seen coronavirus, but it is monitoring for and stresses the importance of prolonged handwashing. the infectious disease specialist here at stanford is hopeful that some of the drugs currently tested and she expects more widespread testing to be available at clinic like this one by the end of the week. and palo alto, marine ava fox 2 news.
the salon loma county health department confirmed a new case of coronavirus today and in responses is declared a local public health emergency. this is the second case in the county. the patient recently returned from a cruise at second from san francisco to mexico. he is in stable condition and now in isolation at a hospital. officials are also working to identify people who came into contact with that man before he was hospitalized. >> we found out yesterday that we had a patient that had a positive result and once that occurs, there are a set of steps that are set into motion and that includes trying to understand if there were other exposures to healthcare workers or other community members that may have occurred before we had a diagnosis. >> declaring a local emergency allows the county to respond to the possibility of community spread of the virus. this includes activating the counties emergency operations center.
a private school closed today as a precaution. the health department said an adult with ties to the healdsburg school, not an employee, was involved with the medical care of the coronavirus patient. this afternoon the school announced it will reopen tomorrow after getting clearance from the county health department. people who spent the past couple weeks in quarantine because a coronavirus left travis air force base and buses today. about 140 passengers from the diamond princess cruise ship were evacuated from japan and taken to travis last month. the passengers who tested positive for coronavirus were moved to hospitals, most others were monitored and eventually cleared. the buses to people to airports in sacramento and san francisco today so they can fly home. passengers said they understood the need to be isolated in japan, and again here in the united states. >> we totally understand why we had to do another 14 day quarantine, and the last thing we want to do is be a risk to anybody else.
>> officials say about a dozen people who had close contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus will remain under quarantine at travis until they are cleared by doctors. coronavirus concerns have prompted facebook to restrict visitors to its offices. the company says it is connecting visitors now by videoconferencing. also sales forces banning most domestic travel for its employees and replacing an persson customer events with digital expenses. and twitter announced today that it is suspending all noncritical business travel and events period the company said the policy will remain in place until health officials say precautionary measures can be scaled back, or until a vaccine becomes available. on eva super tuesday, the democratic field has shrunk once again. heading into the weekend, there were eight. today, amy klobuchar dropped out so now there are only five candidates. leiden, bloomberg, warren, sanders, and toasty gabbard. any minute now, amy klobuchar
is said to appear in a dallas rally with joe biden where she is expected to endorse the former vice president. we want to show you a live look now at the event going on in dallas. pete buttigieg, who also dropped out of the race over the weekend, appeared with joe biden at a separate event earlier this afternoon in support of biden. >> i am encouraging everybody who was part of my campaign to join me, because we have found that leader and soon to be president joe biden. >> pete villages said that joe biden would bring passion and empathy to the white house. >> are political reporter is more with all this just had a super tuesday. what a quick transition from political opponents to rowling around the same guy. this race is shifting, and joe biden is gaining momentum. with the new endorsements from
to judge call bashar and potentially beto o'rourke, the moderates of this race are coalescing behind biden in hopes of catching bernie sanders. have been speaking to surrogates all this week, and today we spoke to a key endorsement of biden. former u.s. sen. barbara boxer says she is concerned about democrats in the down ballot races at bernie sanders is the nominee. for this reason, she is doing her support behind the former vice president. >> it takes a tremendous amount of strength to step up like that, and also to help joe biden. i think it is so important now, because if you want a revolution, joe biden is not to give you that. if you want a solution to healthcare, a solution to climate, a solution to
education, jobs, the economy, the gun violence. he is the man. >> the revolution is in reference to bernie sanders. we are hearing that joe biden will make a campaign stop in the city of oakland tomorrow before he's been super tuesday night in the city of los angeles. a big push for his campaign. >> so much at stake tomorrow, including california. how much does but a judge and call bashar dropping out and throwing their support to biden help joe biden, how much does it hurt bernie sanders? >> we have to look at what the data analyst have said.
some of these voters that have voted in every single election had been holding onto their mail and ballot until the very last minute, maybe because i thought something like this would happen. we might start to see some it is canada's dropping off. but also, two and a half- million democrats and independents have already voted in california. yet is thing to consider is not all these people who are behind beaded judge or call bashar are going to for sure go to biden. i think a good chunk of them well, this certainly was a bit work to pick up some. this is also the first time will see mike bloomberg on the ballot he could pull some of these voters as well. >> what you think about warren and mike limburg in his return with all of these ads.? when do you think we will see something change with them? >> i think elizabeth warren will continue because she continues to get money online. for mike bloomberg, there might
be a discussion about, hey, don't you see what else is happening here? others are getting behind the moderates and you are pulling votes away from joe biden. that might be a conversation that needs to be had and for bloomberg to consider what the thing to do is. >> do you think there's a chance he might see sen. kamala harris endorse biden tomorrow? >> we have not seen her endorsement yet not see gov. newsom endorse anyone. we may see that, but we may see some time before sen. harris comes forward. >> a lot of moving parts there. thank you. stay with us for complete coverage on super tuesday. we love the radius is all starting tomorrow starting at 4:00 in the afternoon and continuing for the next seven hours.
coming up, san francisco dist. atty. drops charges against one of the defendants in the bayview attack of an older asian man. we will explain why. also ahead a man on the peninsula is also saying why he used his mercedes to run down for boys in middle school. what happened to the car that he thought they were responsible for doing.'s vo: in life, there are talkers
and there are doers. mike bloomberg has spent his life getting things done. started a company from scratch, creating 20,000 good paying jobs. that's getting it done. as mayor, he rebuilt a shaken city after 9/11, created over 450,000 jobs. expanded healthcare to 700,000 and raised teacher pay. elected for three terms because he got things done. mike beat the nra, strengthening gun laws.
he beat big coal, closing over 300 dirty coal fired plants. mike is still getting things done. so ask yourself. for president, do you want a debater or a doer? someone with workable, common sense plans to fix healthcare and create jobs, who's done both. mike has the record and resources to beat trump. and it will take both. but mike will get it done. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. the details now and last week's robbery of an elderly asian man who is collecting cans in the bayview. san francisco's district atty., chesa boudin, withdrew charges today to preserve model gets
one of the two suspects in this case. 20-year-old dwayne grayson expressed interest into rehabilitation and reconciling with the victim. dwayne grayson was booked last weekend on a number of charges, including robbery and elder abuse. also attempted cisco, please have arrested a man, gamma stabbing a man on market street. 51-year-old timothy lawyer walked up to them another man in the tenderloin district and stabbed him in the leg. it was caught on surveillance camera and the suspect was arrested last night. he was booked on suspicion of aggravated assault and a felony warrant for berger early. and burlingame, please say they know why an 18-year-old man drove his suv up onto a sidewalk and hit for teenage boys. investigators say the driver did it on purpose because he thought the teenagers had tampered with his vehicle.
>> reporter: a suspect accused of running down and injuring four boys on purpose and burlingame after the suspect found something following up his mercedes suv. >> it was later determined to be dog feces. >> on saturday afternoon, 18- year-old omeed adibi found the animal waste is suv and went looking for those responsible. >> he thought his vehicle had been tampered with and he was going out looking for those that are tampered with his vehicle. >> please say he saw group of boys walking near howard street and aimed his suv straight at them. the boys who are hit had nothing to do with the dog feces. the victims attend a middle school in san mateo, three are in the hospital and a fourth has been released. it turned out it was friends of the suspect that had tossed the dog waste into his suv. please say the suspect did not seem to be remorseful about
what happened. he stop several blocks from the crash esther he had a fire hydrant and became stuck on his suv. >> it is a horrible incident and the four lives obviously more than four lives, is not something we like to see anywhere happened. >> the suspect is being held on the suspicion of attempted murder and driving under the influence. a.d.a. is reviewing the case. a sunnyvale man who was allegedly threatening a mass shooting at work is now under arrest. officers say they were in the suspect seen here, dirty two- year-old thomas andrews, with sitting messages to the united parcel service saying he was planning a mass shooting.
they arrested him last night after a chase on highway 101. at his home this is what they found, five rifles, one shotgun, three handguns, body armor, along with more than 20,000 rounds of ammunition, including high-capacity magazines. that wind advisory is still in effect out there. gust could get up to 40 gust could get up to 40 mph and everly come down since last night. i went advisory through tomorrow morning. 45 mile an hour winds and mount diablo right now. most of you will be seeing these template wind speeds died down. temperatures today are warmer than yesterday, temperatures tomorrow will be warmer than
the average. it is going to be another great day tomorrow. we are looking at a jetstream that is moving to the north of us, but there is an area and here it is going to drop in as we get into the end of the week here. we will notice by saturday a lot of clouds, this looks weak this weekend, but there is some stuff that could come through early next week that could be significant. suddenly after not having rain, everything is a significant amount of rain. the beautiful weather will deteriorate on thursday and friday and the system will bring in some early next week. a firefighters recovering tonight after falling through a roof. the fire was reported on caspi
drive in antioch. flames and smoke were shooting from the second story when firefighters entered the home. about 10 minutes later, a firefighter fell through the roof. crews were able to rescue him and brought him to safety. no one else was injured, but six people were displaced from the home. pg&e is telling hundreds of thousands of customers that they need to update their contact information in preparation for more public safety shutoffs. these toady says that more than 200,000 customers have and complete information on file. pg and ee is sending postcards this customers asking them to update their information. they are doing this now because with the drive january february, the fire season may arrive earlier than expected. still ahead here, gov.
newsom is campaigning for prop. 13. the ballot initiative were off the rise 450,00. expanded healthcare to 700,000 and raised teacher pay. elected for three terms because he got things done. mike beat the nra, strengthening gun laws. he beat big coal, closing over 300 dirty coal fired plants. mike is still getting things done. so ask yourself. for president, do you want a debater or a doer? someone with workable, common sense plans to fix healthcare and create jobs, who's done both. mike has the record and resources to beat trump. and it will take both.
he led our efforts to combat gun violence. he fought to make college more affordable, championed landmark legislation to protect our women from violence. joe's candid, honest, counsel made me a better president and a better commander in chief. and, all of this makes him the finest vice president we have ever seen. the best part is, he's nowhere close to finished. i'm joe biden and i approve this message. some people who voted early in california are asking to cast their ballots one more time now that their candidates have dropped out of the race. the california officials are making it clear there are no do
overs. there is no provision for a second chance once a ballot has been mailed or cast in person. gov. newsom was in oakland today campaigning for the yes on prop. 13 . is part of the gov.'s statewide get out and vote to her. he is talking about why he thinks tran seven is important. he was joined by state senators and oakland mayor libby schaaf. prop. 13 would authorize $15 billion for school improvement bonds. >> equity, health, safety, or the framework and focus are some of those hard to fix issues like mold, mildew, seismic work and also a framework that extends for the mindset of lifelong learning. >> prop 13 is.
>> voters in san francisco have five chances to pass elections tomorrow. prop a ask voters whether to allow city college of san francisco to sell you and $45 million in bonds to renovate the school buildings. and needs 55% of the vote to move forward. prop b, would allow the city to finance infrastructure with fire and police departments. voters also be asked to vote for prop d which would allow the city to tax property owners in certain commercial districts that allow their ground for space to sit vacant more than six months. that measure needs a two thirds majority to pass.
the last measure is prop he, a large office projects to be reached restricted if the city fails to be state-mandated affordable housing goals. ktvu news at 630 is coming up next with issues on how to battle the coronavirus. the steps the city's public health department is making to be ready. and people across the bay area are stocking up on disinfectants and other cleaning products. do over-the-counter remedies protect against the coronavirus? so when candidates say we can't guarantee health care for all,
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the most empoweringmike experiences that i've had. geico. it's important to talk to the people who know him personally. i worked for him for 8 years in city hall. i've been working for bloomberg for 27 years. 25 years. almost 30 years. there's nobody that i respect more, and felt more respected by. mike believes excellence is not defined by gender. mike builds a culture that advances women. i was the first woman ever appointed to be council to the mayor. he expects excellence out of everyone, but he also provides the kind of support that allows you to be that person. mike called to tell me, you should be proud of what you've done and your name should be on that project. he has faith in you, he believes in you. it was about always showing up and doing your best.
i always knew that he had my back. he was raised by an extraordinary woman, she supported him all along the way and that's very much a part of who he is. mike supports women, he promotes women, and he respects women. now to our top story, former democratic presidential hopeful pete to judge endorsed joe biden for the race for the white house tonight in dallas, and minnesota sen.
amy klobuchar is also expected to endorse biden. both candidates dropped out after biden's big win in south carolina primary on saturday. on wall street, huge gains today as stocks rebounded from their worst week since the financial crisis. the dow gained 100 points, the largest one-day point gain ever. and osa investors are optimistic that the federal reserve and other banks will intervene to limit the economic impact of the coronavirus. >> vice president mike pence as all americans in italy and south korea will be screened for the coronavirus before they can board fights headed home. here in the u.s., health officials have reported 100 roger a. lillie covid-19 cases. there have been six deaths all in the state of washington. in the white house today, stolp met with representatives from the pharmaceutical industry to talk about vaccines. san francisco is now testing for possible coronavirus infections in the
cities. the health department says the test will allow the city to respond more quickly when the virus strikes.>> reporter: a week after declaring an emergency in the city of san francisco, city leaders are announcing the next steps and battling covid-19. we must be ready because we know it is coming. it is not a matter of if, it is a matter of when. >> the director of public health says as of monday morning, those kits will now go to alanna. this is a benefit to our community because it will speed testing b will conduct test sev days a week with a one test seven days a week with a 1 to 2 day turnaround time. >> san francisco department of public causes the test only be administered to those in the cdc guidelines for testing.
that means individuals not be able to just walk into a hospital and request a covid-19 test. they also recruiting an additional 50 city workers to ramp up the city's response. >> these are members of the city departments that are considered investors service workers. the city also announced it would be focusing on its most vulnerable populations, including the elderly. we are continuing its practice of regular nightly cleanings of its vehicles. san francisco schools also release their action plan saying they will be reinforcing messaging about proper hygiene and developing plans and cases of school closures. the district says any decision to shut down schools will be made on a case got by case basis in collaboration with the department of public health. >> are infectious to the disease experts are reviewing these protocols to ensure the steps that are taken are commensurate with the latest
recommendations. city leaders are also working to adjust plans on covid-19 should strike here in san francisco. for now they advise people if any questions or concern to check out the department of health website or to call 311. customers are seeing empty shelves and some bay area stores. people are stocking up on hundreds of products as the coronavirus spreads. are over-the-counter remedies effective? are jesse gary reports. >> reporter: business recruiters is on a mission to fill a shopping list, partly to treat symptoms of colds. >> you don't know if this starts to spread, and then we had to be on lockdown, and i don't want to be stuck depending on a neighbor. i want to be prepared.
>> some stores around the bay area are seeing nearly bare shelves as workers say there is a rush to start over-the- counter medicines. many health experts advise that washing hands is the best defense. >> if you are around someone that you get the virus, there is nothing you can take that is going to prevent you from getting it. whenever you have a viral illness, you are going to be treating the symptoms. >> the sudden surge of these types of products and the growing uncertainty could give the red-hot u.s. economy a cold. san jose state macroeconomists, >> there is no way this can be good for the economy. people are staying away from work, they are not traveling. so i'm sure this'll have a negative effect like things such as gdp.
>> gdp is a measurement of everything produced in the country and is also a bellwether the overall health of the economy. and the fourth quarter of 2019, it grew at about 2%. that growth could slow if coronavirus spreads and people continue to change their behavior to prevent infection. >> i'm traveling soon to san antonio, that is a concern. >> it is a new version of risky business. one where professionals and everyday people are better off combating this threat by washing their hands, but an increasing number are making a list to try to avoid catching the coronavirus. and san jose, jesse gary, ktvu fox news. the virus is starting to impact an increasing number of first responders in orange county. four firefighters were quarantined at their irvine fire station after treating someone who may have had the coronavirus. the 16 remaining firefighters to work at the station were moved to another station. this all comes just one day after more than 24 firefighters in kirkland washington were isolated after a possible exposure at a nursing facility. world health officials have yet to declare a
pandemic, but it could come soon. when it comes to the fertility rate here's how covid-19 compares to other viruses. west nile virus killed about 6 1/2% of those infected, h1 and one had a fatality rate of .02%, while seasonal flu has a fatality rate of .01%. so far the coronavirus is killing 2.3% of those infected. >> i think that the case right now would be that people need access to good care, we hope the spread will be much lower. >> almost 3100 people have died from the coronavirus, most of them from china. while the flu has artie killed more than 18,000 people so far
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i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. a live look right now at the situation and dallas as minnesota sen. amy klobuchar is standing right next to vp joe biden. as you know, amy klobuchar dropped out of the race today. people to just jot down the race over the weekend. both of them have now endorsed joe biden for the democratic
residential nominee. that see if we can catch into amy klobuchar saying something. >> how great it is to be here with my family, john and abigail, and with vp biden. how wonderful it is to be standing next to him on the stage when it isn't a debate stage. as you all know, i announced my campaign for president in the middle of a minnesota blizzard. just so i could impress everyone in texas. and in particular, everyone and dallas. we did not let the snow stop us. we did not let the cold stop
us. we did continue through that speech because that's what we do in the heartland. we made a little go a long way, and our homegrown campaign was a tremendous staff that stuck together from the beginning and volunteered in every way, we beat the odds and that got me up here right now on the stage tonight. the most amazing thing was getting to know so many people across the country, and i know the vice president knows this as well. the vietnam vet, who sobbed as he talked about losing his son to mental illness.
the rancher who had voted for donald trump, but after he saw him give a speech decided he wasn't going to do it again. the immigrant mother, who told me she works two jobs offer her kids. and through it all i said to them, and i believe this now standing with the vice president, if you feel tired of the noise and the nonsense in our politics, and if you are tired of the estranged, you have a home with me, and you will have a home with joe biden. so many people joined us,
supported us, as we carried forward with the simple message, and that is that it is time for americans to join hands instead of pointing fingers. >> you have been listening to and minnesota sen. amy klobuchar at a campaign event in dallas texas tonight with the vice president joe biden, she is expected any moment now to officially endorse the former vice president and his bid for the democratic nomination. earlier today we saw former south bend indiana mayor he bit a judge so his support the hind
joe biden. >> all this comes before super tuesday and late this afternoon, we learned that joe biden is planning an event and oakland tomorrow. you have coverage of that. biden is currently second in the polls in california. the u.s. supreme court has agreed to hear a challenge to the legality of the affordable care act. >> fox news tells us this is the third time the high court will consider the law.>> reporter: 10 years to the month after became law, efforts by the trump administration to get rid of the key funding mechanism could leave the entire affordable air cac in jeopardy. the supreme court agreed to hear a lawsuit by texas and other states questioning the constitutionality of the individual mandate that requires americans to buy health insurance or pay a
price. >> it could be a huge deal. for 10 years, the healthcare system has been completely wrapped up in the affordable care act. you cannot just push a button and unwind the clock. >> this'll be the third time the affordable care act is before the court. the justice has quite the decided that the mandate has fallen under congress old tax power. but when pres. trump came to the white house, he and his republican allies in congress got rid of that requirement. >> we killed the individual mandate, which is the most unbelievable, horrible,.
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not because they are easy, but because they are hard. president kennedy knew settling for half-measures wasn't good enough. so when candidates say we can't guarantee health care for all, make college affordable for all, combat climate change, or create a world at peace, remember that america is best when we strive to do big things, even when it's hard. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. as we check out the weather we had another warm day today out there today we also have a wind advisory that stays in effect until tomorrow morning.
the wind is still out there and the hills. temperatures tomorrow going to go above average yet again. the jetstream as well to the north right now, but this stuff will all come down and will set us up with a lower latitude jetstream so hopefully some rain. the days are getting longer, no fog at the coast. not a lot of clods i sure yet,
but as we get into thursday and friday, the clouds words to thicken up. there is a light chance for showers on this weekend. in the meantime it is business as usual. san francisco is going to go around 70 degrees. look at the model here, you can see the flow of this as you can see this jetstream comes through. you can see the stuff back here? this is what i am excited about. a few sprinkles on saturday, but we could see some more
significant rain on tuesday and wednesday of next week. when that be nice? we will see. the forecast high for tomorrow, lots of 70s out there. on wednesday will be very similar. thursday and friday things will change around quite a bit. enjoy these next couple days has will get a little bit awake coming in here for the weekend. steph curry works out with the santa cruz warriors as he gets ever so closer to returning. hunter pence made his cactus league debut for the giants. we will have that story and all the sports and just a moment's. vo: in life, there are talkers
and there are doers. mike bloomberg has spent his life getting things done. started a company from scratch, creating 20,000 good paying jobs. that's getting it done. as mayor, he rebuilt a shaken city after 9/11, created over 450,000 jobs. expanded healthcare to 700,000 and raised teacher pay. elected for three terms because he got things done. mike beat the nra, strengthening gun laws. he beat big coal, closing over 300 dirty coal fired plants. mike is still getting things done. so ask yourself. for president, do you want a debater or a doer? someone with workable, common sense plans to fix healthcare and create jobs, who's done both.
mike has the record and resources to beat trump. and it will take both. but mike will get it done. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. and change the world. here at abbvie, we're inventing medicines of the future to create tomorrows that will be healthier... ...and happier, while making medicines that help people right now. because that's the present we wanted to live in. and that's the future we all want to see. abbvie. here. now. this is an extraordinary man wiin public service.y career he revitalized american manufacturing as the head of our middle-class task force. he led our efforts to combat gun violence. he fought to make college more affordable, championed landmark legislation to protect our women from violence. joe's candid, honest, counsel made me a better president
and a better commander in chief. and, all of this makes him the finest vice president we have ever seen. the best part is, he's nowhere close to finished. i'm joe biden and i approve this message. we are still waiting for steph curry to play for the warriors, but today he was in santa cruz. >> when he will play we still do not know, but it is looking like maybe thursday night. steph curry, of the santa cruz warriors and for a little while today, it was true.
he had to do some official work to get him to go down there and send him to their minor league team so he could work out and get some live scrimmage stuff in, and a bit of minor contact. they put him and bubblewrap just to try to get his wheels underneath him. the coach down there talks about what it was like to have staff around his young team. >> we walked in and he was hyping everybody up, shaking hands and smiling. when he did his prep and warm- up stuff, it is good to see for our younger guys to watch him how he approaches the game. >> that staff, that's the way he works. >> could you imagine being down there and accidentally running
into him? >> wellspring training is not just another day for the san francisco giants, because it was notable with the return of hunter pence. his first game of the spring. a pretty good ovation for hunter pence, even in the arizona diamondbacks home park. and what does he do in the third inning? a base hit with a couple of men on. he was off to a good start. the giants put two on for zach greene, still trying to make the team and that is a blast into the bleachers area out there. watches that a guy right here, his dad gives him a ball and he is minorly impressed.
the gotta keep that kid on a short lease. it does not get much cuter than that. that is a break from the tedium of spring training, and the california angels and the chicago cubs found a different way to break things up. charles barkley was invited to spring training and is hanging out with tony larissa down there. this game was televised, and they miked up a couple of the chicago cubs and listen as anthony ran down, actually that's anthony rizzo, is at the plate and he has a microphone on him. this and carefully. >> i'm doing some math in my
head, what is he gonna throw? what if you got?, i have no idea. i wish i knew. on the go for it, no i'm not. >> now that is the future of baseball right there microphones on the batters. in case you missed it over the weekend, how about mike trout without a baseball bat in his hand, but instead a golf club for a charity event. yeah, wow is right. they stop measuring at 297 yards.
he had it completely out of the place. he just looks like a brick house right now. and check this trick shot out on a dangling beer cup. do we have time to luigi, epared by somg but who sounds suspiciously like jackie chan. up yes, right there. it is like a different version of beer pong. >> thank you for joining us, >> thank you for joining us, the big bang theory is next
ne's. you coming or not? well, no, sir, and do you know why? in a word: tradition. every thursday night for the last eight years, you and i and our friends have gathered here in this very spot to break bread covered with cheese and sauce, discuss the issues of the day, and yes, share a laugh or two. but i guess our rich heritage means nothing to you. i guess you're right. see you later. wait! leonard! wait! what am i going to do for dinner? come with me to raj's and eat there. i can't do that. what if he serves haggis and blood pudding? i really doubt that's what he'll serve. but what if he does? i'll be obliged to dine on liver and lungs stuffed in a sheep's stomach. and frankly, blood pudding is essentially the same thing. i don't know why he's serving both. what do you want to do?