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Cole, Stanton lead Yankees past Red Sox 8-3, cut lead to 1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Cole, Stanton lead Yankees past Red Sox 8-3, cut lead to 1

"The New York Yankees took game one of the three game series with the Boston Red Sox eight three at Fenway Park the Yankees started the scoring early with three in the first and then added four runs in the third which included a three run home run by Giancarlo Stanton the socks only scoring came in the sixth on Rafael Devers thirty fifth home run of the season but the Yankees added the final run of the night and the top of the seventh from a solo home run by Gleyber Torres Greg at ski Boston

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Schwarber's 3-Run Double Lifts Red Sox Over Mariners 8-4

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Schwarber's 3-Run Double Lifts Red Sox Over Mariners 8-4

"The Boston Red Sox broke a two all tie with a five run eighth inning in route to an eight four win over the Seattle Mariners the red Sox loaded the bases with Xander Bogaerts trouble in a pair of walks then pinch hitter Kyle Schwarber cleared them with a three run double to right field Alex Verdugo later added a two run Homer to complete Boston scoring in the frame the red Sox are now in a three way tie with the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays for the two American League wild card playoff spots the mariners meanwhile find themselves three games behind them Jim Bernard Seattle

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Haniger Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Mariners Top Red Sox 5-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Haniger Homers in 3rd Straight Game, Mariners Top Red Sox 5-4

"Mitch Haniger three run Homer broke a two all tie in the seventh inning is a Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox five to four the mariners rally came with two outs taking advantage of an error a broken bat single then Hannah goes high fly ball which just cleared the left field wall I know this can be really close I was just I was screaming at the ball the Kerry and luckily you know by a foot or two over so yeah happy one out the red Sox rallied with two runs in the eighth inning on back to back home runs but Seattle hung on for the win striking out fifteen red Sox batters in the process the lost Dropbox into a tie with the New York Yankees for the last wild card spot with the mers now just two games behind for the final playoff position Jim Bernard Seattle

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Aaron Boone's Bullpen Decisions Don't Make Any Sense

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Aaron Boone's Bullpen Decisions Don't Make Any Sense

"Like the managerial stuff in that sense is insane to me. We can talk about moving Joey Gallo to the two hole when he did earlier in the week and last week when it was just clearly not. I don't know how you do that. When he's the worst hitter on the team, laboratories is the worst player on this team. I'll just have to say that. It's just so by far. And then the pitching decisions I'll quickly go through. It's the bullpen. Look, you need your man. Your team top to bottom is going to do this. Not as bad as the Yankees are doing it. But your team is not going to be clicking and you're going to need some help in the form of the guy running the club. The guy who's executive decisions can sway the momentum of a game or can save the team can stop the bleeding at any point or can save the team from themselves and Aaron Boone continually does not do that. The Yankees the Yankees have Luis heel on the mound on Wednesday. Was he looking good? No, was he was he looking bad? No, he was wild. He issued 7 walks in that one. He finally ended up giving up his first runs of the season because of Aaron Boone's decision. But he'll walk he got one out. He walked two batters and then boom leaves him in for another batter. What do you think's gonna happen? He has no control. So instead of taking him out there and having the bullpen home, we're at the game, we're standing there at the game looking at the bullpen. There's nobody going in the bullpen. Louis seal is missing the strike zone. Batter after batter after batter, then file they're like we're at the game. There's like four guys up in the Jays bowl. Yeah. Just like stretching. Yeah. Hey, in case you need me coach I'll be ready. Yankees bullpen, like the bullpen catcher's throwing balls to people in the

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Derek Jeter Is Intrinsic to the Story of Baseball

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Derek Jeter Is Intrinsic to the Story of Baseball

"Era, baseball is a story, beginning to end. You can not tell the story of a baseball that Derek Jeter's extremely meaningful contributions. He owns signature moment after a signature moment. If you're not a fan of the Yankees, I understand why you wouldn't want to watch them again. I don't want to watch David Ortiz's home runs, but Derek Jeter is intrinsic to the fabric of the game from 1995 to roughly 2012. He deserves to be celebrated. He would be and I'm gonna go one, I'm gonna go one more here. People say Jeter wouldn't be celebrating the same manner if he played in Kansas City or Milwaukee. I'm gonna go another level and say he would be much more celebrated if he'd played against the city or Milwaukee and was just as great. Do you see what they say about George Brett? He is the leader of an entire generation of fans for the entire Midwest. People think George Bret is unimpeachably a God. If they're generated play one of these small cities and won one to two World Series surrounded by good teams in these tinier baseball towns, he would be he would be the first 101 percenter Hall of Famer. He suffers from being a Yankee because people have Yankee fatigue. That's my hottest take it and I'm putting that on you. Do you agree or disagree? I agree with CCC Matthew played a half season with the brewers and he's still a legend there. Like he's gonna get a statue. Yeah. Derek Jeter, I mean, it's hilarious because now all of a sudden when people have whole definitive Hall of Fame cases and it's someone you don't like. Then we're gonna dive into the contrarian statistics. And we're gonna look at advanced defensive stats and how they weren't that great. And why that should knock him down a peg as one of the all time greats. I and that's the same people who will argue that that, you know, if you don't have enough championships, why do you deserve to be in the hall fame? It's just every argument is to satisfy the

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The Yankees Are Regressing Back to Their Early Season Inconsistencies

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:46 min | 3 months ago

The Yankees Are Regressing Back to Their Early Season Inconsistencies

"Did we really get ahead of ourselves with that 13 game win streak? I certainly didn't. I don't think you did either. We felt good. We certainly like to expose some of the old critiques that we had or the greater part of the fan base had to kind of live in the positivity and the optimism for a moment. But I think we knew that things would be coming crashing down to earth at some point. But then again, we also didn't think it'd be coming crashing back down to earth like this, but this is this is the 2021 New York IG that we have been talking about for however, long we've been doing this since the start of the season. This is the April to mid July Yankees that have tortured fans that have failed to produce that have not met expectations that have not gotten hits and clutch situations that have laid down when the game was out of their reach for their standards. And now we're back at that. Losers of 7 of the last 9 against largely inferior opponents and really pissing away the positioning that they gave themselves. I understand that look, were they going to keep winning? Were they going to break the a's consecutive wins record? Absolutely not. But we also didn't think that winning 13 straight would come with losing 7 of 9 to kind of just, you know, 15 and 7 doesn't really sound that good after you've won 13 trade. It kind of just sounds like you had house money, you took advantage of the house money and then you lost your savings account. And that's really what it feels like here. And I just don't understand why this is happening still. So this is the reason why there is a DNA slash culture problem with the Yankees because this was all happening before the trade

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Race to the Finish: Time for the Yanks to Seal Their Playoff Spot

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Race to the Finish: Time for the Yanks to Seal Their Playoff Spot

"So now we got this series against the Orioles coming up in The Bronx guys. What else do you want me to say? It's simply has to be a tweet, a tweet. It simply has to come on Twitter. Sorry. It has to be a sweep. They can not settle for anything. It's the rays lost again to the Red Sox, not entire. I don't know what's ideal for the Yankees now. You know, do you want the raise to keep losing and the Red Sox gaining ground? The Red Sox are a game and a half behind the Yankees now. It's just three in the lost column. And the rays are 6 and a half up on the Yankees for the division. So luckily the Yankees have this three game set against the Orioles that they truly have to take advantage of because the Red Sox next 9 games, oh, I'm sorry. Red Sox next 12 games come against the Indians, not bad, but not great, raise White Sox and Mariners, and those latter 6 are on the road. So ground to make up here for the Yankees who will have the Orioles, the Blue Jays and the mets in the mets, the one makeup game against the twins and then the Orioles again. So this is it, guys. You can really kick the Red Sox. You could really kick the Red Sox down by taking advantage of wins here and watching them lose some

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Will He Ever Heat Up? Diagnosing Joey Gallo's Skid Since the Trade

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Will He Ever Heat Up? Diagnosing Joey Gallo's Skid Since the Trade

"The goal here with Gallo was to lengthen the lineup and diversify the lineup. Left handed bat, he gives tough at bats and he's able to give protection to other guys in the lineup. Perhaps, I mean, it not perhaps. It is certainly paved the way for John Carlos Stanton Luke Voight and Aaron judge to be on the hot treats that they are on right now. And we're thankful for that. But a lot of fans have been sitting here saying, oh, dude, when Joey Gallo heats up, forget about it. Forget about it. This team's gonna be unstoppable. But we have no evidence of him heating up. So Anthony Rizzo heated up right upon his arrival in The Bronx. Made his statement. Singlehandedly, I will go out and say single handedly won that series against one that series sweep against the Marlins. Was it colossal reason for that? That kick started the Yankees incredible run throughout the month of August. But Joey Gallo has yet to really come on. I know we have that go ahead home run against the Mariners. That was an awesome moment to signature Yankee moments since coming over on the trade. But since then, he's grounded into three double plays. In four games, he didn't three double plays before, so it was Saturday Sunday Monday and Tuesday. Over the course of those four games, he grounded into three double plays. He grounded into three double plays in his previous 95 games with the rangers. What how does this how does this even happen? Before that, he grounded into 8 double plays in his previous 346 games. So bad luck, sure, but like, what? When is this gonna stop? So my question is and my doomsday question because I love asking these because I like seeing people freak out. This is just how my brain operates guys. When do we start worrying about this

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Yankees Fans: Now's the Time to Be in the Yankees' Corner

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Yankees Fans: Now's the Time to Be in the Yankees' Corner

"That. So, look, guys, Yankees, winners of 13 of the last 15. 21 and 6 in the month of August. They have 6 games coming up against two inferior teams. There's no reason to be down on this team, even though the offense didn't look great these last two nights, even though the bullpen let us down last night. It's going to happen. Losses, I understand, you feel invincible after those first few games after the first few games in Oakland because you staved off Oakland's wild comeback wild 6 O come back in that opener. And then you win the second game handily with just with an offensive explosion. Great. That's not gonna happen every night. We just won 13 in a row, enjoy it back in the playoff picture. People are feeling good. Let's keep the positive vibes going. Joey Gallo amid the win streak, said that the locker room was the most relaxed and fun that he's ever seen and that will arguably one of the most relaxed and funny he's ever been a part of. Don't you want that? We don't want to be the mets boo in their players incessantly and then having the players boo them back? You don't want to be that, we want to be, yes, we're going to hold this team accountable. Absolutely. If this team is performing, like, trash, we already saw it. They already been. They already were held accountable through the middle of July. Now, now that they're delivering some of the goods and getting back on track and bringing us a semblance of a championship caliber a potential championship caliber season select my words carefully there. We have to be in their

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It's Time to Give Aaron Boone Credit for the Yankees' Turn Around

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:49 min | 3 months ago

It's Time to Give Aaron Boone Credit for the Yankees' Turn Around

"This is really shaping up to be one of the craziest seasons in recent memory for the Yankees. Nobody saw this type of turnaround. Nobody saw this team being galvanized to this extent. Nobody saw the rotation being this good. And the great part about it all is that, yeah, the Yankees did need that kind of fire from Aaron Boone earlier this year when they weren't performing. But guess what? We'll take it at any point. You got to remember guys, Aaron Boone underwent heart surgery before this even started. I'm sure he was still taking time to recover. I'm sure he was still taking time to kind of find his bearings and find that passion deep within him to really get the team excited, go out there and look, he's say what you want about Aaron Boone. He's defended his guys in most spots. I know the beginning of this year. It's kind of been problematic because it's been a lot of defending players who have been underperforming. And it's been a lot of excuses. I think the famous one was baseball is hard. We heard that one earlier in the year. Yeah, we know it's hard. But for as much as you want to criticize Boolean, I know a lot of people don't like them. He's got his players backs. And it was clear last night. It was good that he didn't allow that situation to dictate the game. He nipped it in the bud. I know the strike. The strike zone definitely improved after that. But you don't want to be the manager standing in the dugout watching this kind of let this garbage strike zone continue for the entire game. He saw enough in the second inning. He was fed up. He went out there. He led his voice be heard, got ejected. Everyone gets pumped. And this is the kind of stuff that you need. And guess what? Why not like the team on fire during an 11 game win

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Mejia’s 3-Run Homer in 9th Leads Rays Past Skidding Phillies

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Mejia’s 3-Run Homer in 9th Leads Rays Past Skidding Phillies

"Francisco Mejia but then a three run home run in the top of the ninth inning double four four tie gave the rays a seven four win over the Phillies Tampa Bay led for three in the bottom of the eighth inning when Reese Hoskins tied the game for Philadelphia with his twenty seventh Homer of the season he is home run and able to raise their fourth straight win and increase their lead in the American League east of Florida has games over the second place New York Yankees who were idle column they killed got the win in relief Zack Wheeler took the loss Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Bullpen Problems: What Do the Yanks Do With Chapman?

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Bullpen Problems: What Do the Yanks Do With Chapman?

"It's time for another ten days off for Chapman. Remember when he pitched in the when everything turned around, honestly, when he pitched in the 9th inning of the 13 one Mariners game. Yeah. Like, about a month and a half ago, it's time for more of that. We're gonna need to send Chapman back to the 13 one games for a while because this ain't happening. I mean, do we have a problem with putting him in in the 7th or something? Do we have to kick a roll this Chapman's peeves to the next planet? I don't have an issue. Yeah. Yeah, why can't we maybe it's an ego thing? I don't like we said. We're not in the locker room. We don't know what's going on. Roll the shopping clearly can not close games at an efficient clip, if at all, he's had a problem throwing his fastball for now. It's going on three months. This is not there's no exaggeration here. It's a very big problem with the bullpen, very sad for Zach britton. He's at a hellacious season between the COVID and January to the elbow surge. The elbow injury early in spring training that resulted in surgery. Then the setback with the elbow, then the hamstring injury, now another setback with the elbow who's going to see a Tom John specialist when the team is on the road trip on the West Coast. His career could be over. Like you said, if it's Tommy John, then it's done. That means he's out until next September. And then that's just the end of it. He's done for this season. I think we can safely assume that. So now that creates a bit of an issue, obviously, the issue is always there because Britain was not serviceable in any capacity. I think he's had like three or four clean outings out of his 22 Red Sox rotation and rightfully so. But we just lost a 6 ERA set up, man. What it is. I don't know what they're gonna do. The Wisecrack should be the closer we've been saying this for how long now I don't see the issue with bringing in Chapman in make Chapman the new Chad green guy Chad green was kind of the fireman for this bullpen for the last three years. Why not make that Chapman for the time being until he gets his

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Stanton, Yankees Win 10th Straight, Cool off Braves 5-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Stanton, Yankees Win 10th Straight, Cool off Braves 5-1

"In a battle of two teams with nine game winning streaks the New York Yankees defeated the Atlanta Braves five to one Giancarlo Stanton drove in three Yankee runs with a solo home run in the second and a two run double in the sixth Stanton said this about the now ten game winning streak because also it's you know who's gonna who's gonna do it each night you know it's not all real relying on one guy and we were feeding off each other like that we just got to keep pushing and keep this going Gary Sanchez added a pair of insurance runs for New York with a single in the eighth Jordan Montgomery was the winning pitcher for the Yankees giving up just a run and two hits over five innings Dansby Swanson hit his twenty fifth Homer of the year for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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MLB to end 70-year partnership with Topps trading cards

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

MLB to end 70-year partnership with Topps trading cards

"In nineteen fifty one New York Yankees catcher yogi Berra was the American league's Most Valuable Player fellow catcher Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn Dodgers was the NL MVP and New York Giants outfielder Willie Mays was a National League rookie of the year that was a year tops got the license to make baseball cards for the major leagues those decades of kids trying to chew that hard stick a bubble gum while flipping through the cards are nor in all the who is he to get to the Reggie Jackson's George Brett's or Barry Bonds are coming to an end the company yet to be named as being formed by the sports merchandising company fanatics it will become the exclusive licensee for baseball cards once the current deals with the MLB and players union expire I'm timid wire

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‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner

Charlie Parker

01:36 min | 4 months ago

‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner

"Well, Iowa hosted their first ever MLB game last night on especially constructed field next to the real life Field of Dreams. Movie set Chicago sites. White Sox beat the New York Yankees 98 with a walk off homer in the ninth. The opening was kind of cool. Kevin Costner led to players through the cornfield onto the field. I I kind of dug that, and then he was on the field, and he did this little speech about 30 years ago. On the other side of that core, Um, they filmed a movie that stood the test of time. Thanks to that enduring impact of that little movie we had. It allowed us to come here again, and then he went on Is this heaven? And then, the crowd said, No, It's Iowa. It was kind of cool, though. You know Kevin Costner. I'm amazed how well he's aged. I mean, I was kind of. I thought it was like a flashback. You know, he looks really great. Yeah, and Jack Look, it was it was a good game. It was a good game. If you're looking for a little trivia question or an answer, Jose, a brave of the White Sox hit the first home run of the night into the cornfield. First Ever Major League home run in Iowa. Um and each each team hit four home runs. It was a It was a decent game. I didn't see all of it because Go to sleep so I could sleep in this morning. Those things for the Yankees. They got two home runs from Aaron Judge, one from Brett Gardner and one from Jean Carlo Stanton. White Sox got the one from Jose Obre, who won from Alloy Humanities, one from Seb Zavala in the game winner from Tama Anderson. And if there's any bright side is that, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said. There'll be another game next year.

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After Blowing 4 Late Leads, Yanks Finally Hold off KC in 11

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

After Blowing 4 Late Leads, Yanks Finally Hold off KC in 11

"The New York Yankees are now twelve games over the five hundred mark which ties a season high after an eight six win over the Kansas City Royals in eleven innings Brett Gardner's two run single in the eleventh Capt the wedding rally obviously a tough opponent but we were able to we were able to come out on top but yeah just a crazy game to be a part of the non fortunate to Ford and up in our favor Gaarder also singled home a run in the tenth the Yankees have played in sixty two games this season determined by two runs or less the most in the majors and they've won forty of them Greg Echlin Kansas city

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"We've talked about a number times this year. Do you think that is something. They will address in the off. Season is gleyber torres his position It depends what happens with a couple other positions in how they put this lineup together. I mean let's let's let's go down a rabbit hole in the fact that they resigned. Anthony rizzo and he goes back and he goes the first base There's an opportunity for glacier to not shift over. Who's on this team. He's going to be playing second base if they don't side anthony. Let's said they don't and they bring back luke voight you're gonna see a lot. More shifting around. He's probably going to play. First base. some You know a lot. Probably and then you'll have an opportunity to potentially go after a shortstop slide glacier over to second base because lemay who could play i play third. He could play second he can just kind of rotate around and i think that it will dictate it will be dictated by what is available and how the yankees proceed with for space one And then availability. We we know that. The market's coming up for shortstop there's gonna be a big market for shortstops. I still don't think that they should moving from gleyber. Glacier still has the. I think they should work with labor. I think labor has the ability and his defense to me has been better You know since the first two months of the season. I haven't really seen too many glaring things that have striven me nuts about him again i don't i don't take stock in that last. Play of the play from this weekend as something that was like so crucially bad that he doesn't have the ability to play defensive A defensive position. I didn't mind it Unfortunately the execution wasn't there so i think that they're going to stay with labor that that's not that's not going to change the fact of how he's going to be on this team but if he's going to second base it really just depends on what happens at first base. I think i don't think they're going to be moving. Glacier tours this position for someone like angelsen simmons. if you're gonna do not move his position and sign. Trevor story or seger i get it. And then you're making a long term commitment this shortstop koi seger trevor story and then glare your new position for the next ten years is second or is third but i don't think you do it as like a. We need a better shortstop for a year or two. Because then you're kind of in the same boat in two years. And i also don't think that if they don't so so you're you're scenario of. They don't sign rizzo they bring back loop point that allows lemay who to go to first base when needed. I don't think then gleyber becomes a rotation spot. He's still the starting shortstop unless they sign a shortstop. Well that had the point. I think if they don't sign a i ba resort they have coming back To first base one. It's an uncertain uncertain player..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"And i jim looking up the score now and it looks like it's six to six so he he came out. I saw a tweet about it. I think he got he four innings three innings couple runs. It was very tanaka. Start for ending. Three runs very very much tanaka so i was like. Oh i remember that all right. So let's go to the next male by questions. From peter. Cooper says i love the show. You guys play much better than the current team regarding boone needing to be fired. It should've happened two months ago. Why hasn't this happened yet. You discount the possibility that boone will be extended if the team was going to change managers after the season. There's every reason to move things forward and do it now. Then he says david kohner buck showalter could step in human institutions. Don't like to acknowledge. Mistakes and aaron boone is a big one the yankees will probably give two more years. It's painful but you need to get used to the idea. I don't i see his point. The yankees knew they were moving on from joe girardi after the two thousand seventeen season and they let him take them to within one game of the world series. So boone could manage the team and he could even manage the team into the playoffs this year and they could still move on from him. I think that's still a possibility if they if decided boon not the guy for the job. We've seen enough. He's not the guy for the job they can do it in the off season instead of midseason could absolutely. That's that's more to their their history in the way that they operate It's but yeah nobody's dismissing. Everybody in the two of us have certainly identified boone as as an issue with the way things are happening. David konate step in it in the middle of season. Though i can tell you that he's literally in a booth. Also why do we want david cone. We we just watched someone come from a broadcast booth into the managers doug manager's office and not do it like why do we think david cone is going to be because we liked david cone. Sure we'd like david cone. Guess what. We all like. Aaron boone before this well that's not true. I think some people didn't too but they're just you do need a guy that knows what they're doing. I think on the field but we'll see we'll we'll see the yankees don't operate that way. That's just they don't. I wanted him gone. There's no doubt but in the back of my mind. I knew damn well the yankees were never going to get rid of him. It's just one of those things. I think they i think they think it's punting on the season. If you fire the manager in the middle of the season i mean maybe i saw it as a positive. But okay you know. It's not like anybody could come in and do things that Boone is doing currently feels like a lot of people walk in and either do the exact same or just improve people that actually know baseball. Who's going to communicate to the guys though and. Yeah it's a problem. It's a big problem. I don't know how they can. They can speak to them. No no one will be able to communicate. Jerry says it'll be lost. The final mailbag questions. Ap gosh hey guys haven't felt more excited and got my second wind of patients with these trades. Some making suggestions for the offseason. A low cost high reward. Move instead of chasing big fish trevor story or cory seager which will most likely put us over the luxury tax. Which we've seen how not want to do. How about a guy like angelsen simmons. He's currently on a one year contract for ten point. five million. You think cash could come up a bargain for him. He's an absolute stud at shortstop. One of the premier gloves at the position is right. Simmons is one of the premier gloves at the position. He also is a terrible hitter. Do you think we kind of talked about delivers defensive problems..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"I don't hate it. I don't hate the fact that he tried to make the play and then make a play at first because there was a plate. I so instinctually. I don't mind the play. It was the execution of the the ball being being pulled out of the glove too soon and making a phantom tag and not realizing that we're just doing it and then there's an internal clock that's just missing on him whereas ball hits person take ball out of glove throw to first base and it just happens too fast and nothing executed and that. That is a problem. That is a problem. Yeah how do you fix an internal clock thing. That's like a feel for the game that you almost you almost have to have or you. Don't have i mean in that particular play. I don't know because he was there to make the tag he was there to make the tag. The guy was trying to avoid the tag obviously too so there are other things in play here. And he's looking at this runner in front of them understanding that he does have a play. That's why like instinctually. I like the fact that he was going after the runner and making a good line to the runner and then if he tags that if that if that ball is in the glove for one half of a split second and then he makes a good throw. And even if it's it's it's good it's a good place it's the right play he just didn't execute it. Yeah but the only reason it was so close at first base is because the ball was not in his glove when he tag. The runner of the ball is in his glove. When he tagged run he would have been transfer to his hand and it would have been safe by full. Step runner also play by by not running. Well that's the runner exactly so there were things that happened that were in the moment of the play itself that affected the play too. I think it sticks really him going towards the runner. Running running at the at the lead runner is the right move. Didn't execute the tag for whatever reason and then he rushed to throw all right. Let's get to suck on. I'm not killing him on it like to me. But it was a bad opportunity and he got nothing nothing to show for it. Unfortunately i think we actually have a mailbag question about About labor's defense. So we can mention it then again but the first one is from john himmel burger..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Obviously he had the big hit on sunday as well didn't all. I saw a graphic that looked really good and something about all three guys right from the cops who got traded at home at home in their first debut and the tweet was like had them all on separate teams in their uniforms is really good photoshop. Version of it. I think it was put it out. But it says imagine if havi baya's anthony rizzo kris bryant all played for the same team. It was a great tweet. Are you even like that bummed out of fear cubs fan though. Like you've got your world series. It would've been worse still. But they're still bummed out but it would have been way worse if they didn't win that world series and then of course there guys now because the emotional baggage of winning that world series and then those guys do what they were so young. They didn't realize they did not not at all not at all. But now let's get to be a dynasty had so much good young talent and they just did not realize it and it never came came out in beyond the world series year so yeah there were a lot of missed opportunities with that but i feel like i mean th that world series is five years ago. It's not like the world series happened year the year before and then the then the cubs had a fire sale. It's been five years in the team. Hasn't been able to get it done so if you're a cubs fan you're kind of like you've already come to the realization. These players aren't the players. I'm happy we got that world series. All right let's try and re read rebuild it yeah. I'm not so sure. They came to that realization that those players were not the players. Because when you see it at it works on other teams. It really just pisses you off. Certainly certainly One other play. I want to discuss from the weekend. Is on saturday's game in the ninth inning. The play that labor made where he tagged the runner with his glove and he had the ball in his throwing hand. He tried to throw for the double play and rizzo couldn't scoop it. He would have been. The runner would have been safe anyway so as it turned out it went from a potential double play but should have been definitely one out to nobody out to runners on base and it's key situation in the game the night that the yankees are up by two runs and then that puts two runners on base whereas if gleyber what i think he probably should've realized is let me just tag this runner. Get the guy out. We slava double-play setup and at worst case scenario. The tying run runs at the plate instead of the winning run at the plate. And it's just one of those plays from labor. That i don't know maybe he's maybe instinctually he's just never going to get there. That's a play that he should just know. Don't don't try and do what you did. Just tag the runner or throw to first base. Don't try and do both because you've got nothing so the problem. The problem lies like his instincts. I can get this guy. I can turn the double play or at least get close. I have no problem with that. But you gotta you do have to make sure you're executing the first part of the play if you don't execute the first part of the plan i understand it's bang bang and a couple of years ago minus replay like. That's an every day of the week. Every single empire closeted out because in bang bang. It looks like an out because he pulls the ball out of his glove before the actual tag is made tags it with faith of tag with an empty glove and then makes the throat i think in his head he's dickie made the tag and then try to make the plague. He's trying to do a lot of things. In what time. I i wanted. People were killing them for it for me. When he's you have to actually the the bottom line is you have to extra the first part of that and replay is a thing now so you needed make damn sure that ball is in your gloves and you you execute attack barna number one the the actual athleticism of the play..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"But i know The broadcast was definitely talking about it but he has been throwing less changeups and fastballs last few games which is actually surprising for for him. He's normally fastball forcing fastball up curve balls and changeups down that's that's like of prototypical lefty change the plane type of thing but he's just and especially it the game His last start out his ton curve balls. So i don't know if it's up to fifty nine percent curve balls in his last three starts which is which is pretty good. I mean pretty high fifty nine. Actually that's fifty nine percent. Swing swing percentage on his curveball. Maybe why he's throwing curveballs because they're swinging at it. But he got big outs. Yes in yesterday's game on his curve ball when when when he needed in with runners on base went to curveball. Yeah i mean when you look when you look at the numbers. I think the only the only glaring thing to me. They're all relatively close. A lot of this could be just opportunistic and matchup based but the change is what he certainly has laid off then kind of sprinkled out The those changeups that difference in changeups from the first those three starts before I think we have numbers here. From july third to july sixteenth and then His last three start from july twenty second to august first. The change up is the is the big thing for me. Forty nine to six hundred sixty one times but again a lot of that could be matchup based as well and just what he was looking at from opposing team. So i actually don't think it's different. I think it's more about him. Executing the pitches and getting out of those for for montgomery it really does feel like if you can get out of the first couple of innings. Then then he starts just finding his group and he's got to be able to get to that point earlier they were talking about this last night of identifying. What is working on a given day sooner than than getting up and getting through those first couple innings with you know identifying what they could be trying to identify them either in the first inning or even in warm ups and no was coming out of your hand well and then really being able to build the game around that but The numbers don't look all that different. And you can sort of see the rotation materializing assuming garrett cole gets back to his self as garrick holds the ace. Tahu who seem seems to have turned a corner montgomery as like a middle road middle of the rotation guy you can rely on to give you a quality start and then if they get severino back or if they get kluber back whatever you get from them as gravy that that you can take into a playoff series. I'm not saying you're gonna feel great about it but you're gonna feel good enough about it. I mean i look. I think if we could get some guys healthy back on top of what's happening right now. Who knows what happens with with heaney again. That's kind of lightning in a bottle for me. He's got ability if he could if he could show. And that's something. He's one of these weird guys that's like his face of it. He looks terrible. He's got like a sixty day but then he's got these crazy swing and miss percentages so clearly the the yankees analytics department. I feel like loves this guy philly. This was like a target of theirs. I think so too for sure and all the same thing with clay homes. Klay homes is a guy that again this the weekend. He's very good. He looked very good. So if that's if he's able to come in and effectively get right headed bats out with consistency and he's able to just be nasty against righties. I love that so so so far so good but again small sample size here on the small sample size when it's not anthony. Rizzo if the result drool over. It doesn't matter how many games i single handedly won three games. I player in yankees history to reach base eight times in his first. Two games with the franchise..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"The marlins are obviously not a good team But they have not been able to finish sweeps on bad teams in the past so glad that there was finally a sunday that i didn't want to gouge is out from this team. Just absolutely shitting the bed and they came back against a good pitcher like they were. Shut down by good pitcher on sunday. They came back and they won the game late. All good stuff I guess our boy dickie bleier was at the At the center of a lot of those those late runs coming up over the weekend. You remember remember remember. Richard pryor dickey bleier remember. I remembered yet liar. the who monetary possess. I thought judge was gonna his ass to why why was judged so mad about that he there was clearly clearly. There was something that he didn't like probably not just from that bad but it was you think have when they were not really no not. I don't think it goes anywhere beyond this year was probably but there was just something there. There was. There was an energy that he didn't appreciate and i'm glad he spoke up. I love that wasn't just leadoff. Wasn't judge the leadoff hitter inning. Like he's not trying to judge. It doesn't matter. I want him to yell. I want him to get mad for no reason. It's fine. I want to seem to get mad for no reason. Herman's injury i guess came out of nowhere. He said he felt fine after the game. And then he's put on the iowa shoulder inflammation and a mug this. I mean who knows how long he might miss two starts and he's back might just be a precautionary thing and andrew. Heaney is gonna slot in too. So i mean i'm not bitter tonight. He's pitching tonight making his yankees debut. But i mean a couple that with the the minor injuries of gio and lemay who who didn't start over the weekend but they did play in the games because of various reasons Not not not ideal that her mom is now on the show because he's been pitching well too. I mean the guy. The guy's been in pitching very well obviously The last couple of starts have been extremely good But overall the yankees starting staff in the past month has been very good they lose in the worst one care coal property. Yeah aside from the complete game in houston. Gary has been pretty bad. Yeah he needs to show..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"So so you're you pointed out. The energy around. This team is different. Judges judge had a post game Quote yesterday about how. The energy and his team is different. You just see the names on paper and it and it kinda changed the dynamic and things like that. The cliche is like oh. The trade deadline can be the shot in the arm that the team needs. It's not a cliche. That's a real thing that is not a cliche cliche would be like. Oh we're getting arms back and then we're talking about the guys that are coming from the injured list to me. That's so you think you you you believe. Actually that's true. Shot in the arm like so cones talked about this before he was on because he got traded to the yankees at the deadline and he said that he talked to teammates and they were pumped that the the team was believing in them going out grabbing a pitcher. That's going to help them down the stretch like that was sort of the vibe and then it can actually it can work in your detriment if you don't do moves or heard the argument. Oh this means that our our team believes in us and we could actually do it raw. Let's go we're we're the scrappy scrappy. Underdogs no one believes in. So it's like. I don't know to me. It's just chelsea the it depends on the makeup of your team. You can't really say that when you're looking at the roster that we have turnley on the dick this team needed help no might have. Is they needed actual talent on the field. And that's what they got. So that's what's going to make the difference. It's not shots in the arm or not shots in the are i mean. of course. there's the talent on the field is gonna help those. If aaron judge even got shot in the arm you okay. You're completely missing the point when you see a guy like that who does have it gives the other guys a gendarme. I feel like you're completely missing. Nece but shot in. The arm is a level of energy that this person is now bringing into said clubhouse into the dugout. That is different. That is not what was their previous. So now this person not only do they have talent but when you see a guy on the on the offensive side but when you see a guy turning a double play by himself that had no business being a double play gets it gotta had no business being doubled up. That's an energy boost like that's just because you have another level of confidence heads shot in the arm. It's like an adrenaline shot. I believe that's where it came from an adrenaline shot. Shot in the arm. If you will does that you now so yes when you bring talented people into the that's an adrenaline boost. So but it needs to be talented people. It can't just be brownies that you add some schmuck and then they then they keep not performing. It's not a shot in the give it they give it this way to give it a shot that gives pulp fiction. Stabbed somebody in the heart. Bom you're awake that's anthony. Rizzo got it so. What's joey gallo number thirteen. Joey gallo did you talk to another guy. I mentioned i was wondering what the i said that. I'm going to be watching twitter to see the reaction to be honest not as up in the arms as i was expecting to be a lot of people like yeah well. I'm happy about kin. Talk about chicken. Aragonese he's down. Oh sure ben affleck just just throw it. In his face growl a-rod yacht era was founded on a yacht with some young model this weekend. Yourself not j. lo it doesn't matter. This is ben affleck. Throwing right in his face. Gallo gets number thirteen eros number. I'm happy that they just ripped the band aid off and did it because whether you pull my all time favorite player. He was my favorite childhood player. So i love colonial if they decided to retire his number. I'd be like cool. I also am not calling for it as much as i love polo. Neil but they've essentially unofficially retired..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Or do you think they were saying we've identified. This lineup. has a clear weakness in this guy is is someone that can address those weaknesses in addition to filling a need for space. I think it's both probably. It's probably both. I mean if they haven't identified that they need that they're insane. They didn't do anything about it in the off season so joey but joey gallo tells me like joey. Gallo is also opportunistic. You need now feel the. But he's he's essentially a left handed version of hit five hitters already. Have exactly. And that's why i don't think it's necessarily as like a glaring. Need when you look at what the roster dictates and with a line-up dictates even when you insert a joe gallo when you inserted. Anthony rizzo it. It's a dynamic changing. It's it's it's one of these types of bats that we've been talking about that. They need to get so that they're more balanced. Not lefty righty balance but Approach ballots back to ball ballots. Like the fact that you're going to not strike out at thirty percent clip So they kind of balance it out. Actually he's gallo is is higher than the average on the strike outs. but he's also on base percentage guy. He walks a lot too but they did they day. I dressed this. And i i do think that it was opportunistic. I don't you know. Brian cashman's definitely been mum in patras. Before and like things have come out of absolutely nowhere. And that's possible. Maybe they were talking about rosa with the entire time feels like it was opportunistic. I mean it was a fire. Sales like in my go might have developed a little late as the cubs as it was evident. The cubs are trading re. They traded baya's rizzo and bryant three of their cornerstone players from that sixteen world world series team. And i think like once it was clear that's what the cubs were doing cashman's like oh okay. Wh- what do you got here. Yeah they've made trades in the past. There's you know there's some type of Reporter with with making deals with those guys. Let's give you some prospects back for the ones that we stole from you. You know type of thing and a reserve rental. There's no doubt about it. Oh my god my god. Do we want to extend him already. I love i love him. I love him. Wait it the way that he is is everything that this team needs. And the energy. I'm really does feel completely stuff scott's three games three games against the marlins but i was joking so you know how i boldly predicted that september. Eighteenth is gonna be brett gardner appreciation day. Well as it turns out. September nineteenth is going to be anthony. Rizzo plaque day. So get your tickets now. Yankees fans but It's yes i there's a lot of what we doing. Can we sign anthony. Rizzo in the off season. I was thirty two thirty three summer. There and you look at. It still has a lot of value even if you sign. Anthony rizzo voight has value even maybe even on the yankees because we saw it and in the outfield twice. This weekend he turns thirty two on august eighth. Okay so he'll be okay. So next year will be a thirty two thirty three season so he's a little bit on the older side. I don't know how much of a big contract reseau is going to get. I mean if he has a monster. Rest of the season and helped carry the yankees into the playoffs. He might get a bigger deal but he was kind of having modest seasons the last couple of years in in chicago. It's not like he was lighting it on fire. he's not gonna get a massive contract. He's probably getting a four year deal with average money. That's worry about that later though. Like let's just get what we get is not happening. Obviously jerk reaction. But he's he's he's exactly what the team needed. It was a shot in the arm. You know the. I still think aaron boone's not the i for this team. I truly believe that but but what they did without doing that because that was a move. That the new york yankees. Just don't do that. We were just kind of we understand that they don't make that move..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"I felt that before. He even got to this team he was. That was the kind of energy this guy put off. He's always having fun but he's locked in o'neill talking about him and his approach over the weekend that i thought was really interesting and how how much crowds the plate and can attack the outside the outside corner. His splits against lefties are better than his splits against righties. The guy has the ability to get to the The the pitch inside so quickly basketball so quickly that that now. He's able because of his hand speed and the bachelorette he's able to crowd the plate and cover the plate. He's a very difficult out when you're when you're looking at him from either side of the plate and that guy is just different from the people that we have in our lineup. Right now you put you. It's not just a lefty hitter. It's different hitter altogether absolutely and put him. You put him next to lemay. Hugh and judge like damn. That's three guys that that can really not only work account but get on base in different ways. And i love that for the top of the line up. Do you think that the moves of so the gallo move you could actually argue is the yankees doubling tripling quadrupling down on their philosophy of high on base percentage. Guys swing and miss guys. Who are gonna hit a lot of home runs but the rizzo move. Do you think that was just the yankees being opportunistic. Hey this guy is available. We can get them for a couple of prospects cubs or eating his salary a yet. Another kind of amazes me that the yankees got joey gallo in anthony rizzo and are not paying a dollar for them like. I almost don't believe how that even crazy. That was what i was saying on friday like. Give brian cashman credit for making these deals. In the way that i don't know how the market dictated if this was becoming like the the common deal across the league where people are just paying the contracts to get a better you're paying for prospects that's what the cubs in the rangers are doing. They're paying the yankees prospects in the nationals. I mean the nationals. They treated trade turner as well as user so and they got a haul back and the absolute hallback back so there was definitely capital being delivered on these trades on the on the in the minor league On the minor league side of things. My my question though is do you think the yankees with rosa was the them being opportunistic..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

02:16 min | 4 months ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"It's how much is it really improved. But i feel like rizzo's lower strikeout rate another power left handed bat that you can stick between eight and he led off between the one in the five spots in. The lineup is a huge dynamic shift for this lineup and just on paper. I know the games are plutonium pooper. If the if the ak yankees are on paper chase the yankees would be ten games up in the deficient right now. I mean their off-season champs for years running the yankees are so i understand. They're not they're not played or one on paper but just like optically looking at the lineup. It's so much more balanced. There's so much of a harder way for opposing pitchers to just attack the lineup. And it's frustrating frustrating thing with this with this team in the first half and maybe even in previous years they could only really win one way and when that didn't happen you knew they had basically no chance and that was just so frustrating to watch from afar from from sitting on our couches. Watching you agree. It's just like okay. They didn't hit three home runs tonight. So they're likely not going to manufacture a run or get a big hit in the eighth inning opposite field from rizzo is just like those sorts of things didn't happen on the team in the first half of the season and i didn't expect them to happen at least now some new blood in there some fresh meat in there. Some different things are happening. And i like that. Yeah i mean you mentioned you touch on rizzo's ability to put out on ball by you know by mentioning the the low strike fifteen percents strikeout rate which aleve is eleven percent less than the yankees team average which is which is unbelievable and the guy the guy can. He controls the bat well. He's again a gold glove defender from last year and looking at the numbers and short time when he was on that two thousand sixteen world series team. I mean the guy. Just performed in the clutches. Well he didn't strike out very often in the nfl. Or the world series. When when i see that guy. I see someone that i just have a tone of confidence in in big moments and not just because he showed it to me this weekend..

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Yankees Acquire All-Star First Baseman Anthony Rizzo From Chicago Cubs

WGN Programming

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Yankees Acquire All-Star First Baseman Anthony Rizzo From Chicago Cubs

"Interesting day for the Chicago Cubs. They have parted ways with Anthony Rizzo. They have sent him on to the New York Yankees. They will get a pitcher and an outfield or in exchange for Rizzo.

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Yankees Acquire Joey Gallo in Trade With Rangers

ESPN Radio

01:26 min | 4 months ago

Yankees Acquire Joey Gallo in Trade With Rangers

"All right. Baseball trade deadline is tomorrow afternoon. I'm going to give the green light to my man Himbo, who is alongside here today as always proud member of the Hashtag crew and my VP of baseball Analytics as the first shoe dropped yesterday, and it dropped in the Bronx, Joey Gallo, acquired by the New York Yankees, and we spent so much time wondering, well, the Yankees by could they possibly sell? Is it worth mortgaging up a significant chunk of your future to try and rescue this season, and they answered that in an enormous way yesterday? Joey Gallo might very well be the biggest name that is traded at the trade deadline of the Yankees landed him Now I view this as a massive risk, but I do view it as a risk worth taking. Here's what I mean. The reason it's a massive risk is because Joey Gallo is a 2 11 career hitter. He bedded 1 81 last year and in theory, what the Yankees should have been looking to do is add some diversity to their lineup to add players. You don't just walk, strikeout or hit home runs, and he is the very definition of the three true outcome player. But the reason it's a risk worth taking is that there's a lot more to Joey Gallo, of course. And that he's one of the more prolific home run hitters we've ever seen. He's an outstanding outfielder. He's actually the best outfielder in baseball this season by defensive runs saved. He has a lot of value as a base runner, and, most importantly, for the Yankees. He's a left handed hitter. They needed a left handed hitter to occupy the middle of that order, and amongst all the names that will be, you know, flying around over the next day or two. He's probably the best left hand about that was going to go. The Yankees got him without giving up any of their top 10 prospects.

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"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"They could always do more they could always have a presence But quite frankly when you know you look at what other teams are doing whether it's the the Knicks in basketball the nets and basketball when you look at what the magic do with the community relations celebrating different cultures and heritage being Out there I mean major league. Baseball has a camp Roberto Clemente State Park the only park in the Bronx and the Yankees are not a part of that. It was a rod in his retirement who had to fund that. Can't that baseball camp. So they'll they do things here and there. They will tell you all of the things that they do. But when you all the the most recognizable and Richard Franchise on the planet. There's always more so you can do. And you should be doing Mr Borough president. I don't know if you caught the name of our podcast. It's called pinstripe lanes and the reason being our namesake is the old ballpark lanes that used to be on river. Avin is now knocked down and in doing some research before speaking with you on the phone. I've obviously seen seen the structure that's been built in its place. I didn't realize though that it's affordable housing which I would imagine any official wants more affordable housing especially here in the New York City the area but for you to have more affordable housing right there on River Avenue steps away from Yankee Stadium. What are your thoughts on that? We were consistent in that. How we plan is with a purpose and for the people so you would think that Next thing Yankee Stadium that you would have luxury housing. A lot of people talked about it. There's going to be the beginning of gentrification and that was not the case we've learned from other boroughs we've learned from other communities in the United States and and As I approach developing the the area around Yankee Stadium. We're GONNA do it where we we're GONNA make sure that people people who live in the Bronx or people who are struggling financially throughout the city of New York who of trying to find quality affordable housing can also do it right right across the street from the richest franchise and the most recognizable stadium. So what I would say. That was just the beginning of the catalyst. The best is yet to come. You're going to see yeah. We move forward with thousands and thousands of affordable housing unit. Right around Yankee Stadium before we wrap up Mr Borough President. You've actually referenced a couple all times and I was going to bring it up. I mean obviously I remember the war of words between you and launch. Ross and Randy Levine. Back in two thousand sixteen obviously is a fan. I was is siding with you and siding with people who wanted stop to continue as a partner with the Yankees and wanted the market to dictate the prices rather than the Yankees. Handke's how much do you think of what we read about. Last week is attributed to that dust up and is there a way to move forward. We're both entities can work together there and we don't have this kind of back and forth or are we past that now. I'm past it. I mean I thought that what trump has said years ago on Stub hub issue was disgusting eighteen. You know. I thought that that's not the way anyone should be. Speaking in. Treating their fans many of us grew up poor and loving the Yankees. I remember growing up as a big Greg. Nettles Fan Playing third base in my literally hoping somebody would try to burn my third base line and point to the stadium with my siblings and my dad. And you know when you look now. How many families Bronx families able to go there? And so what. I thought that that attack and so I was. I was really disappointed and it was a shame. How Randy Levine? And Trust came at me when I was simply pointing out that. What Trust has said that was an inappropriate was offensive and disgusting and that it really hurt Many of the fans. So you you know. I don't know if they're tone with this letter is still stems from that for me. I'm just trying to fight for the people of the Bronx. I'm trying to fight for for the bull that I love and whether they believe it or not. I'm trying to help them. Because the box the people in in in in the corporate preside. They're not the players they gotta realize that people love the players love the team and they think that part of that Love Inc.. You know an affinity for them. They need to do better by the people of the bronze they need to do. Better by the fans so that when it was all said I'm done. We can be proud of the Yankees as a ball team and corporate neighbor the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz. Junior certainly no off season season at his job. Especially when you've got an HBO doc about the Bronx and breaking ground just today. I'm more affordable housing and you got the joker staircase. I'll tell you you're just dealing with everything on top of everything else. That normally comes across your desk. I love the job in the world other than playing shortstop third base for the New York Mr Borough President. I can't thank you enough again for the time and shutting some light on this issue.

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"Surprised though Jerick not only did he walk the carpet and do media but he did so solo without his sister Shirley Super surprised about that because you know normally when you do a red carpet and you have a high profile public figure who maybe is only trying to get a certain set of questions they will do media with somebody else because then it makes it a lot harder for them to be singled out for example like I don't know if you saw the page six story I was standing right right next to the woman from page six who was interviewing jeter but because he was doing the interview solo this report from page six started asking Derek about you know the savages and that whole nickname did they have any nicknames and jeeter kind of through a friendly jab at the current Yankees because they have that nickname that it turned into a six article stuff like that is a lot harder to do would have been harder for that reporter to ask had jeter been doing media with Charlie but she was right behind him he was walking up the carpet alone and he stopped for me and I got to ask them two questions here they are hey Derek and the twenty three year run of this organization what's been the guess challenge the biggest challenge for wanting US Organization for this dish Oh man I think it's all challenging but I think you know the difficult van for for most foundations is raising money took you know these events like this I mean they're extremely important because this story raise money to continue with our programs moving forward and more money raised more kids you have you're able to have an impact on so that's a challenge but we've been very fortunate as you've transitioned into the front office how if at all has it impacted your involvement with the organization with turn to Oh no I'm still know very maybe it's because maybe a more immediate less time out of one oh it's you still extremely involved with the foundation that I think also what we're doing down in Miami is reimagined foundation we haven't the Marlins as well it's very important to give back in the Yankee Organization has done that for years and if you have that platform you should take advantage of it and try to help us many awesome thanks thanks thanks anthony problem there you go you got to see the video anthony what'd you think of Al Copy town he was nice enough right yeah no I thought it was awesome here we answer the questions you know it's kind of it's I dunno mixed feeling it's it's it's been weird seen him recently as he's been involved with the Marlins organization I feel like there's been a little bit of a distancing himself from the Yankees but it is what it is will seem enjoy yeah we'll we'll our obviously back to Cooperstown for the induction very excited for that obviously after just really an all around great trip which you got to hear about in the in the last episode and tell the Park Hyatt Story Yeah Department Store so the Yankees I don't know if they still do but they used to stay at the Park Hyatt in Toronto obviously Anthony and I are both from Niagara Falls New York and the closest MLB stadium was skydome now Rogers Centre we still call it skydome though in downtown Toronto and so we would go to a lot of games a lot of Yankee Games at Skydome and sometimes we would be fortunate enough our parents would would rooms at the park hyatt where the Yankees were staying which gave us a nice advantage because on here was that break ready for the season series or what the background somebody's hammering here the apartment or somewhere near the yeah Brett Gardner Lot prepping so our parents were fortunate enough they would they would book room sometimes at the Park Hyatt so we'd stay there overnight go to a couple of games and then try to get some autographs it was one I believe it was a Sunday it was a Saturday or Sunday Day game I wanna say it was a Sunday because we were there I say the Saturday we could've gone up Friday night it was a day game on a weekend this is back year was this Oh Jeez I mean we're young are we even the highschool this point maybe just just started had to be ninety nine yeah maybe yeah so maybe two thousand little later you don't think it might have been like Oh three Oh two or three not when the well it depends what time I mean we went through so many different time I know we did we went there a lot anyways so were there we're at the Park Hyatt and there's a steakhouse inside the hotel were a lot of the players either would you know if they had like a four o'clock game they'd go back to the steakhouse late dinner if they had a a one o'clock game they'd go there for like an early breakfast and then they'd they'd get on the team boss and obviously two different team buses that go over to the the stadium and then you know some players will just cabinet or I guess now that Uber probably but anyways so we're waiting outside there's a sizable crowd outside of the exit how right onto the team bus which is parked right outside there and go over to Skydome for the game that day so there's a number of people number of people lined up there's barriers and Jeeter in Prada finish up they both walk out everybody goes crazy and everybody's trying to get jeeter's autograph now Anthony You had really cool item you're trying to get signed right yes yeah I had a old sports illustrated I think it was a nine hundred ninety seven sports illustrated it had a a Rodney jeeter on the cover a rod was in his mariners uniform and so I had the sports illustrated with Rodriguez autograph and I wanted to get jeeter to sign it you know to have them both on it right so so Anthony has now we're autograph pros at this point we've gone to a number of different shows we've chase down athletes airports hotels the the whole thing stadiums everywhere let me just say though that we those were pros I guess in the sense that we started when we were held probably twelve oh yeah right let them maybe even younger at this point where like even though we're young teens teen right and the reason why preface the comments I'm about to make that is because anthony not only does he have like the one thing you gotta do is you gotTa have a good working pen whether it's a sharpie whether it's a silver paint pen whether it's a blue ballpoint for baseball you got to have a good working pen the other thing you gotta do as you gotTa make sure depending on the setting net you're getting the signed in that you had a good surface or some type of steady hold or grip on the item so that whoever is signing the item can can do so legibly or at least in which do so neatly rather Anthony has a was a three inch binder one inch aboard Oh clipboards clipboard with the magazine top keep it simple GonNa hurt either way I yeah so he's got to he's got the the magazine and he's got a clipboard behind it so that if jeeter signs he's got a flat rigid surface behind or that he can put his signature on it so jeeter comes out everyone goes crazy he starts signing autographs Anthony's pumped and he starts yelling Mr Jeeter the magazine Mr the magazine Anthony at this point we he's moving down the line along the the barricades moving down the line so as he's moving I'm kind of moving with them and you know I'm holding the magazine out and what have you and as the story goes I tried to continue move down the line and Kinda lift the clipboard up you know over people a couple people one in particular that were Anthony's way as he was trying to sign as jeter was going down the line signing autographs and so anthony was trying to get on the other side of this person reached up tried you clear the clipboard over this person's head and instead put the corner of the clipboard directly into the person's head that person wasn't just a patron wasn't a hotel employee now wasn't wasn't anyone who resided in in Canada it was actually somebody with the Yankees it was their head of security at the time Jerry Lab Aronie what lab Arroni's do exactly when you nailed it buried him in the head with a corner of clipboard well he he's not very happy to say the least he took he took the clipboard from my hand walked away with it I didn't know what was going to happen I I don't know if it was being confiscated or what I can't even remember what he said because I felt obviously I was a kid I was down fourteen fifteen I felt really obviously felt really bad I just hit this guy in the head with a clipboard you also let's face it and I was a little bummed out obviously at that point it was not getting the jeeter writer yes about that to all those feelings going on and he took the clipboard with the magazine walked away with it eventually back and gave it back to me and I apologized to him and he he was nice about it he was I think you ought to go to hotel security I think to get the magazine back I feel like is he on the bus then after he he handed to someone at the hotel and then he got on the bus stop signing shortly after this incident as well and he got on the bus also get the magazine back and then we go to the game that day in Anthony who was crying when this happened Yes yours I cry you were crying in tell you why the reason why you're crying in a second but you are you felt so bad about it that when we got to the ballpark you sought out Mr Lamb Veroni walked down to the dugout and it was the end of an era like Ballin but you knew that like it was like we had spent our time as kids getting all these graphs and it was always like oh the kids are getting autographs whatever and like finally this was Kinda like that moment where it was like we're not really kids per se anymore right right I mean all of the of the kids there were like the older kill their kids right and like you know it's the story does have a happy ending yes it does because when he gets the magazine back in the next day what does he do he gives it to my younger sister we're Kella and recall it comes through weights in that same spot outside.

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"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"So the player of the year was Mukhi bets. The pitcher of the year. Unanimously was Jacob degrom and the relief pitcher was Blake trying of the Oakland A's. And last week. We made our. Presentations on the field at their home. Ballparks? I did see you across town at city field presenting that very beautiful memento as you described to Jacob degrom as well. And it's interesting. You know, you bring up mad dog. He was my guest last week on this podcast. Oh, wonderful that that was a more exciting show than this one will be. Ropy? He gave me one of those at the end of the podcast that I was actually very excited about that. Here's your something. We chat about chatted about though you, and I guess if already discussed this just now with as it relates to baseball digest. But I think what I find interesting about what you're doing baseball digest and the challenges that you face that I feel like this conversation is also happening on a broader level with baseball as a whole. So I talked about it last week with doggy, the idea of the fact that, you know, the NFL releasing its schedule takes top billing over what's happening in baseball in this first month of the season. Obviously, you're also competing with and be playoffs. NHL playoffs. Do you? See baseball digest after it. Rian gauges the baseball community. I guess also helping baseball to kind of regain some of its relevancy things are going to happen during the course of a long baseball season. The the mistake I think that people make. When they compare sports is it's comparing apples to oranges football isn't a vent oriented sport every game. They play is an event. Let's take the New York Giants for whom I've.

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"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"Aversa. Our guest this week on the pinstripe planes podcast is the first non contributor, we've asked back for a second interview. Now, we'll give you a number that actually matters. He's only the fourth editor in chief in the seventy seven year history of the legendary publication baseball digest his career in sports media spans over four decades. Of course, he spent eleven of those years manning the hottest seat sports as the senior director of media relations for the New York Yankees from ninety six to six he's also an adjunct professor at Iona, college, consultant and motivational speaker we welcome back onto the pinstripe planes podcast. Mr. Ricks, Sarah. Hi, rick. How are you? I'm great ralphie. That's a great intro. But the last time we spoke it's now seventy eight years the history of baseball digest seventy eight. Okay. So I'm still here. We'll add one more onto that. And I know last year you took on this gig at baseball digest as the editor. And chief why did you do it? It was a great challenge ownership made a decision that. At one they were outsourcing, everything and number two. They basically wanted to re imagine a an iconic brand that was clearly distressed. And when I say distressed most people that I talked to last year when I did my due diligence about this. You know, people in baseball from, you know, Bob Costas to general managers to PR directors. They all would say, oh my God. I read that I used to collect on this that I didn't know it was still around. So we really had our work cut out for us. And I've been doing this now. Oh, little less than a year. My first issue was the September October issue of last year. And I couldn't be happier with where we are where we've been and the direction of the magazine what was the biggest challenge. I guess facing. Your are the biggest issue that you've had a tackle since becoming editor and chief well number one. I think the magazine needed rethinking in terms of its direction. You know, we come out six times a year right now, we OPD it'll be more in the future. But you know, we've got. To tell compelling stories that have been told about the game and the people in and around the game. And that's what we've set out to do. And I think we've been really successful. We've had some terrific stories. Great photography, great writers. But the biggest challenge I think or the first challenge let's say was to re-engage baseball digest. I with the baseball community. I mean, we were just not on the radar of the teams will give you an example, one of the things I learned last year and again doing my due diligence before accepting the position was that. Baseball digest had presented a player of the year award since nineteen sixty nine which meant that last year. My first year would be the fiftieth presentation of or awarding of a player of the year award. And I say awarding rather than presenting because they had never presented anything never even given an award. So they had three what I consider three premiere wards the player of the year the pitcher. Of the year, which they began in nineteen ninety four and the relief pitcher the year, which they started back in two thousand twelve so this is the first time one we had a panel of baseball knowledgeable baseball people. I mentioned Bob Costas. Chris Russo Harold Reynolds, Steve Phillips, Bill Madden. Fift- fifteen member committee that selected the awards we got great visibility and exposure when we made the announcement. And that's something they had never done before. They had never announced the winner. We got great visibility there. And then we set out to actually present a magnificent award. It's a eighteen pound. Crystal clear, crystal memento, an inside the memento is a three dimensional etching a full figure etching of the of the player..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"Subscribe and Tele friend tell you all right. A lot of energy on this Thursday morning. We usually drop Wednesday afternoon. And that was the plan this week up until Saturday, then things got a little iffy. When I got a call from my friends at dick Clark productions, and they wanted me to fly to Vegas to be the warm up act for the was six or seven straight year. But doing it since I've been at the billboard music awards since twenty thirteen I've been doing this warm up back thing since twenty fourteen I go on stage before the show begins during commercial breaks to hype up the crowd. Tell them what's coming up next so on and so forth. And so I figured okay. Well with the billboard music awards being on Wednesday. They were last night. And by the way, I'm taping. This from New York, I took the Red Eye back. I was literally in Vegas for twenty four hours. I added a good amount of this week's episode on the plane ride to Vegas. The plan was to tape my open and close in my hotel room, and then hopefully, drop it. Last night before I left Vegas or on the plane ride and Vegas happened. Not the typical Vegas trip though. I this is the first time I I mean, first of all I've never gone to Vegas for just twenty four hours. But it's the first time that I've gone to Vegas and haven't gambled really didn't drink either for that matter but didn't gamble at all was gonna try to get a bed on yesterday's game. Goodness. I did not because I would imagine. I don't know if the keys were were getting are giving runs actually. So I don't know. Maybe if they were getting runs maybe that would have been a good bet. But didn't even have time to go to the sportsbook at the MGM grand where I was staying was getting the updates while I was in dress rehearsal at the billboard music awards. I've you like every time I was like backstage at the American music awards. You know when Sanchez hits that long fly ball, we end up losing the Red Sox. And then I'm I'm at the billboard music awards when we lose to the diamondback, so not a lot of good juice. Our guest last week would say not a lot of juice there. When you're talking about me at award shows, try to keep up with the Yankees nonetheless. You don't care about award shows you care about our beloved Yankees. Although I will say one quick aside. There was one Yenkey related thing that happened to me while I was backstage the billboard music awards the dressing room that I was using as the because it's like you're treated as a performer, essentially, only, you're just not on the telecast. But you're on stage. You know, there's make up and wardrobe and all that fun stuff the dressing room that I was using was in the same neck of the woods as Sierra's dressing room. And so I read into later in the evening Seattle Seahawks quarterback and New York Anki. Russell Wilson junior. The third did say hi to Russi set a low back that was cool. So yeah, there's my one little Yankee note from I twenty four hours to Vegas. All right to the Yankees into this week's guest. He was he's the. I I'll save that for the intro. He he was great last year on the airplanes podcast. We had to bring them back especially now that is full time job is really in full swing as the editor in chief of baseball digest, of course for eleven years. He was the head of PR for the New York Yankees. During all the championship years. Those dynasty years in the nineties and early two thousand one the only mister Rick Saron got a lot of great stories for us. Again. He joins us right now on episode twenty two of the pinstripe lanes podcast. Welcome back to the dry plains podcast. I'm ralphie.

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"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"But I do think that it's very very tight. It's a city block. It's very very tight. For my money. You know, I think pet going it's history. But I think Petco is a tremendous park in San Diego. I think target field in Minnesota is very underrated park. You know? I don't like Washington that much have been a lot. I'm not a big. I don't like Miami that much. I've been there. You know, there are you know, I think Houston's a good park. I mean, I think there's five or six Vicky gotta basically break them down to the ballpark. That's the older ballpark Dodger Stadium Yankee Stadium, theoretically Fenway Wrigley that kind of parking new park. I didn't get a break down. What you like better? Camden is great park too. I I like the old the charming new park that has about forty thousand seats that's kinda park that I like Christopher mad dog Russo here on the pinstripe planes podcast. I'm ralphie Aversa. I trust your opinion on this for a number of different reasons. But you know, the common refrain that I'm sure you heard and that I certainly heard as a fan. Throughout the twenty seventeen postseason was while this place? Sounds like the old ballpark. Agree disagree. Yeah. I think there's some I was hearing oh nine when they won the championship and obviously into when they closed on the audience stadium in oh eight I just think, you know. I think a big issue. The new Yankee Stadium is is the fact that is too many home runs. I mean right field to joke in pop up the bull leaves the park. So I mean, I have a I have a little issue. I understand the old ballpark to boil left the park. And obviously they built it for routes two hundred ninety five feet down the right field line. So I don't wanna make it sound like toys that it's been a great pitchers park for against all sorts of hitters left-handers voice had an advantage at Yankee Stadium. But I mean to me this park. I mean, it really it's a Bandbox. I mean, and I have a Yankee hierarchy would would reluctantly agree hierarchy little embarrassed by it? I don't think they figured out. The wind currents, you know. It's I think it's probably built a little lower the freeze there on the top. It's a little different. I think so I think the Yankee people would not like the idea that the home run is now become too much commonplace. And I think that hurts the charm. I think that just hurts the history of the stadium myself. And I think it's a problem. Now, the park itself is fine. I mean, nobody's gonna argue with the park itself. I do think it's too much of a museum. I think if you're a Yankee fan you like it. But I said if you betta park now city field is not located in a great spot. I mean, he can't get there. And you gotta take a subway is nothing to do around it. But I like city feel better than I like Hanky stadium as a baseball park. I just think it's a it's got a more a better feel to it as a park and Yankee Stadium does. I don't think he's great place. I nor do I think the middle of the giants sent a billion dollars. I don't think that that's not a great stadium either for football. So, you know, for whatever the reason I'm not in love with. Those two parks here in New York City. Yeah. I why definitely agree. I met life. It's it's way. It's almost too big. And it's actually even more sterile than Yankee Stadium from feeling standpoint. Yeah. Very very sterile. Very still quick trip down memory lane favorite memory from the old stadium. Well, I'm not a Yankee fan. So task me, you know to reminiscent about the great ballpark since I'm not a fan..

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"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"And then basically after every series that they want including the World Series, then blast in New York. New York in the clubhouse. If you listen to the podcast last week. I caught up with Gary Sheffield, and I caught up with him at David Ortiz's celebrity golf classic that he has in the Dominican Republic to benefit his children's fund. John rule New Yorker Yenkey fan performed at the golf classic on the Saturday night. I believe her Friday night of the golf classic jar rule performed. And of course, he's got that big. Song New York, right? I think it's called New York New York action. It's got fat Joe on a two. Big Papi, actually stopped the performance to request that song. I kid you not. And so I caught up with big Papi the following morning. And I had to ask him. I was like is this a Saturday morning now actually on the golf course in the Dominican Republic at Qasr compo were staying beautiful resort. And I asked him if like this is going to be a thing. Now that, you know, Red Sox players four replaces fans are going to use these big New York songs to kind of stick. It does Yankee fans I will say this thing just me make everything more than two -taining. You know, a lot of friends in new your friends and family and your earliest one of my favorite artists, and in indus- own Kim out relag it because it's realities is life Sola buzz not about if you're from Boston from New York from from from the Dominican it's all about life life in general. So I remember when the sun today, and that's why I wanted to play last night. Hoppy, thanks for a great weekend. Anything I believe. His intentions, but I don't know what if the Yankees and Red Sox face off again in October. And we don't pull it out. I could see this, and I will say on the flip side of that. If the Yankees win. I don't wanna hear sweet Caroline in the clubhouse. I don't wanna hear trucking up to Boston. I don't wanna hear that dopey Augustan a song. I don't want to hear any of it. Give me some Frank. Gimme some J. Give me some John. Subtract the fire festival in a way. Rap on episode number nineteen of the pinstripe lanes podcast. Thank you for subscribing for rating reviewing wherever you get podcast. If you haven't please do so ratings going up on tunes and Google play. I saw so thank you for that. Also at pinstripe lanes, Facebook, Instagram, really active on Twitter Twitter is always kind of been my thing. It's just quick. And it's easy. And I like how immediate is as well. And you have to like, I don't know. There's there's all the social networks is a lot of superficial stuff. I feel like Twitter cuts through a little more though. But we're at pinstripe lanes on all of them. So thank you for following on those. We'll catch you next week for another episode of the pinstripe lanes podcast. Thanks for tuning in. Let's go Yankees..

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