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Odor Snaps Late Tie With 1st Hit as Yankee, NY Tops Rays 8-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Odor Snaps Late Tie With 1st Hit as Yankee, NY Tops Rays 8-4

"Redondo doors RBI single in the top of the tenth inning broke a four four tie and help the New York Yankees defeat the Tampa Bay rays eight to four G. O. R. shell had four hits on the afternoon including his first Homer finishing a triple shy of the cycle the Yankees third baseman said he knew he was due for a big game I feel that same way feeling like more constable on the plate I had the database always found is getting like really really close Tampa bay's offense came on two run homers by Mike Zunino when the second and rainy arose arena and the third Tampa Bay has now lost twice this season when leading after seven innings after going twenty five no in twenty twenty Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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Hill sharp, Kluber roughed up as Rays beat Yankees 10-5

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Hill sharp, Kluber roughed up as Rays beat Yankees 10-5

"Rich hill earned his first win of the year in Tampa bay's hitters pounded out thirteen hits as the rays defeated the New York Yankees ten to five hill allowed four runs all in the third inning on four hits in six innings of work striking out seven the left hander credited his efficiency along with the defense behind him all those things working in cohesion with each other and and being able to you know we have short half innings out there on the defense and but those guys back in the box for us to hit makes it makes for a good game Joey Lendl's two run double in the bottom of the third off Nick Nelson gave Tampa Bay the lead for good in the rays added four more runs in the fourth Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

Get Up!

02:00 min | Last week

New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

"Let me take you to another one yesterday yankees and bluejays on a chilly day. The opener a yankee stadium. And here's the highlights from this one. Bottom of two one. On for gary sanchez and gary. Sanchez has left the ballpark sanchez. The first yankee catcher to homer on opening day in eleven years jens have a two one league garrett cole now doing the pitching and not well oscar hernandez oh no doubt about that drills one the left in the six that ties the game two and garett cold not pleased bottom nine. Same score winning. Run it second. Aaron judge of the plate. Can he be the hero on opening day. That's the question. The answer is no judge. One for five struck out twice. We're going to extras top of the ten runners. At second randall. Grischuk pool rightfielder. Aaron judge can't get it no. We can't sixty five percent was the hit probability on this. It's an rbi double. The run comes around to score and that would be the difference. Blue jays win it three two in extras on opening day. And so back to you jessica mendoza. What's your number one takeaway from the ball game yesterday in the bronx gary sanchez. I mean you've got to remember a lot of people. Were watching last year gary sanchez. You didn't think he was eating a start or be in this lineup for the yankees. Because how bad help awesome. He was offensively last year. Being one forty seven six four strikeouts tech eight teen walks. His biggest thing coming in was to be able to sit back behind the baseball. That home run. You could use feel the pressure. Come off of him. Why because there's so many other guys in this lineup. That when they struggle. It's up to gary sanchez. And he's the difference maker to me because you know when it comes down to aaron judge who also struggled with this game carlos stanton both of those guys are prone to injuries. They're not going to be in this lineup throughout the entire season and to the big piece. That's missing because by the way it is world series or bust for the yankees team. Gary sanchez has to step up. I know it's only one game but that run was huge

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Blue Jays beat Yankees 3-2 in 10th inning as fans return

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Blue Jays beat Yankees 3-2 in 10th inning as fans return

"The Toronto Blue Jays won the season opener from another the alley's top contenders the New York Yankees three to two in ten innings Randal Grichuk double in the top of the tenth off Nick Nelson drove in the deciding run Toronto scored first with three straight singles up Gerrit Cole in the second inning but York answered in the bottom of the inning when Gary Sanchez blasted a two run Homer off the engine review the J. C. Oscar Hernandez tied at two in the six with a home run off coal fired Toronto relievers threw four two thirds shutout innings to enable the victory Tom Mariam New York

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Data Shows MLB Teams that Sell the Most Hot Dogs Win the Most Games

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:45 sec | Last week

Data Shows MLB Teams that Sell the Most Hot Dogs Win the Most Games

"Secret to why Major League baseball teams are summer successful and some flat out stink. It has to do with the sale of hot dogs. Really? Yeah, you This is your cause and effect their national hot dog. Soc Sausage council has put out data. The L, a Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and ST Louis Cardinals each S o more than a million hot dogs and sausage each year, and they're the most successful major league baseball teams. Now listen to the bottom five teams that so the least amount of, huh? The Detroit Tigers. The Cincinnati Reds, the San Diego Padres, the Chicago White Sox and the Baltimore Orioles. Kidding awhile, That's that's rough on,

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Amazon Prime Video to Stream 21 New York Yankees Games

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:15 sec | 2 weeks ago

Amazon Prime Video to Stream 21 New York Yankees Games

"York yankees every deal with amazon stream. Twenty one games in the new york market for the second straight season viewers in new york north and central new jersey connecticut and northeast pennsylvania. We will watch the games beginning with an april. Eighteenth matchup against tampa

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J-Rod done: Lopez, Rodriguez call off 2-year engagement

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

J-Rod done: Lopez, Rodriguez call off 2-year engagement

"The A. list celebrity power couple dubbed J. rod has split although she sings I want to stay in this forever Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have called off their two year engagement it was first reported in page six of the New York Post in multiple sources announced the break up the former New York Yankee shortstop in the actress started dating in early twenty seventeen he said they had similar backgrounds and ties that drew them together the last time J. lo and A. rod posted a photo together was last month in the Dominican Republic I'm Jackie Quinn

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MLB Spring Training Latest Updates

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:35 sec | Last month

MLB Spring Training Latest Updates

"To be tied again and comes Bill Sports explains from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk, trying to avoid injuries and exposure to Cove it in spring training teams have agreed to several rules today. Seattle in Chicago, said. Let's just play seven innings and for the third game in a row, it was a draw 2 to 2. Seattle's defense shined in the fifth inning, turning a rare triple play New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone feeling better after getting a pacemaker they 47 year old had open heart surgery 11 years ago and last week was lightheaded and low energy. The NFL has hired its

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Major League Baseball to hold first Lou Gehrig Day on June 2

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Major League Baseball to hold first Lou Gehrig Day on June 2

"Garak joins Jackie Robinson and Roberto Clemente as players who are honored throughout the league I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth June second marks the ninety sixth anniversary of when Gehrig started at first base for the New York Yankees in place of Wally pipp starting his record streak of consecutive games played June second was also the day in nineteen forty one Gary died at the age of thirty seven Amiot trophic lateral sclerosis or ALS I might have been given a bad grade but I've got an awful lot on June second each home team will have for a LS logo's in ballparks to mark Eric's number for money will be raised to fight ALS also called Lou Gehrig's disease I'm at Donahue

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New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone on leave while recovering from pacemaker surgery

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:44 min | Last month

New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone on leave while recovering from pacemaker surgery

"Got word about our old friend. Aaron boone yesterday that he had surgery to get a pacemaker. He had Boyne through some tasks and he said in a statement that he said mild symptoms of lightheadedness low energy and shortness of breath. Over the last six to eight weeks I texted him yesterday afternoon and he texted back. I'm about ready to go in feeling good and i exchanged sex again with him this morning. and It seems like he absolutely feeling better. It doesn't sound like he's going to be gone for very long from the yankees dugout with so many advances in heart treatment and boonie knows more about that than anybody because course he had open heart surgery a little bit more than a decade ago. Yankees general manager. Brian cashman talked. About how aaron boone told him about the procedure when he first told me A number of days ago. What was going on with today's science which is so incredibly impressive that you know this is now patient situation and you can be up and running within twenty four to forty eight hours and back to normal and and you know just the way he communicated with me. Put me at ease that you know. If he's good. You know i felt my takeaway was if he's really in a good place in a good place because all i care about his him or yankees pitcher corey kluber. Yeah i think obviously you know ever wants to hear anything like that. You made a video kind of reassuring everybody That he felt confident. In you know the the procedure fell communist balanced back from it. And obviously that's that's reassuring to hear. I've seen time you hear about a a heart issue or like that. It's pretty alarming. So i think you know to hear from him that he was confident. And i think that'd probably puts everybody a little bit more. These

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New York Yankees Manager Aaron Boone’s pacemaker surgery a success

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:44 min | Last month

New York Yankees Manager Aaron Boone’s pacemaker surgery a success

"Word about our old friend. Aaron boone yesterday that he had surgery to get a pacemaker. He had Boyne through some tasks and he said in a statement that he said mild symptoms of lightheadedness low energy and shortness of breath. Over the last six to eight weeks I texted him yesterday afternoon and he texted back. I'm about ready to go in feeling good and i exchanged sex again with him this morning. and It seems like he absolutely feeling better. It doesn't sound like he's going to be gone for very long from the yankees dugout with so many advances in heart treatment and boonie knows more about that than anybody because course he had open heart surgery a little bit more than a decade ago. Yankees general manager. Brian cashman talked. About how aaron boone told him about the procedure when he first told me A number of days ago. What was going on with today's science which is so incredibly impressive that you know this is now patient situation and you can be up and running within twenty four to forty eight hours and back to normal and and you know just the way he communicated with me. Put me at ease that you know. If he's good. You know i felt my takeaway was if he's really in a good place in a good place because all i care about his him or yankees pitcher corey kluber. Yeah i think obviously you know ever wants to hear anything like that. You made a video kind of reassuring everybody That he felt confident. In you know the the procedure fell communist balanced back from it. And obviously that's that's reassuring to hear. I've seen time you hear about a a heart issue or like that. It's pretty alarming. So i think you know to hear from him that he was confident. And i think that'd probably puts everybody a little bit more. These

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Yankees manager taking leave of absence after receiving pacemaker

Rudy Giuliani

00:34 sec | Last month

Yankees manager taking leave of absence after receiving pacemaker

"A heart pacemaker but vows to be back on the field Soon. York Yankees Wednesday, announcing that manager Aaron Boone will go on an immediate medical leave of absence to undergo surgery to have a pacemaker put in in a statement. Boone, who underwent open heart surgery back in 2009 acknowledged feeling lightheaded and short of breath in recent weeks with a trip to the doctor, revealing a lower than normal heart rate. The Yanks skipper keeping optimistic about his recovery, adding, My faith is strong and my spirits are high. I'm in a great frame of mind because I know I'm in good hands with the doctors and medical staff here. Boone is entering his fourth season as manager of the Yankees. Fox's Matt Napolitano reporting spring training

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Yankees, Corey Kluber Agree To Deal

The Tony Kornheiser Show

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Yankees, Corey Kluber Agree To Deal

"Corey kluber. Probably one of the big prizes in the off season free agency in baseball signs with that up and coming team the new york yankees finalizing a one year. Eleven million dollar deal so the yankees. Anki sound money but it's a one year deal you know. That's what free agents are getting one year deals. They're not dj lemay. You got more. But he was a free agent with the yankees. They're not trevor. Bauer still sitting out there. George springer still sitting out there. I mean if you're an owner of a baseball team and you can't bring fans in and you gotta pay the players for one hundred sixty two games to make money so not signing people too big contracts

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Russell Okung's bitcoin salary could trigger more pro athletes to invest

Lew Later

03:49 min | 3 months ago

Russell Okung's bitcoin salary could trigger more pro athletes to invest

"How about getting paid in bitcoin. We have our very first. Nfl player that wants to be a part of the revolution that wants to be a part of the hype that wants to be part of the future of money. As bitcoin people would tell you. Crypto currency the carolina panthers russell ah kong becomes the first nfl player to be paid in bitcoin and this is exclusively. Bitcoin fifty fifty. Okay and they actually. It's complicated. they had to go to the players. Union see if it was even possible or if it fit within the guidelines of whatever the player agreement is but also. It's not actually bitcoin. Coming directly from the organization to the player. There's a company called zap. And it's a startup. They have a product called strike and away strike works. Is it integrates with your bank account on your end and it integrates with whoever it is. Who's paying your salary. And what strike will do is immediately Create that conversion coming from the payment before going out to you and instead of processing it through the bitcoin network. They essentially front you the money so they can do it faster without the processing required through the network so they're an intermediary there I don't know they're kind of like a bank sort of their payment processor but and so this particular individual is not alone. There's there's been some more secretive athletes doing the same program including unnamed members of the brooklyn nets basketball team. You can probably guess who might be interested in brooklyn nets names like kyrie irving big internet guy. It's possible kevin durant on team as well Players from the new york yankees have begun on boarding to the program and so people are interested in the case of a kung. He'll be split. He'll be splitting his thirteen million dollar yearly salary fifty fifty between bitcoin. That's a big chunk. Bitcoin yeah he's i mean that's that's pretty smart. He distributed Did he do this like himself or do you think it's his like eight or man. No he's a real bitcoin guy and has been for awhile. Yep and Prior he i spoke about wanting to do this in two thousand nineteen but as mentioned was a complex process to get it cleared. Nfl into everybody involved and was into bitcoin. Even prior to that talking about Independence and not being tied to any one. Particular currency actually in enthusiast. Let me just break it down for you one more time. So strike says its processing into the seven figures monthly for volume and. They're not charging any money for that right now but eventually the idea is they would take a small piece right. And that's a tremendous upside if you onboard enough people to the process and it seems like they're attracting high profile individuals who don't want to have to manage those funds or to go straight to bitcoin themselves from their paycheck kind of makes the process easier transfers the bitcoin into cold storage on behalf of the individual. They don't even have to think about it. Touch it they can know that it's secure. It's a really interesting service. And they expected to grow amongst athletes and high profile individuals. We'll see how that goes. But

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Marlins Name Kim Ng MLB's First Female General Manager

John Landecker

03:32 min | 5 months ago

Marlins Name Kim Ng MLB's First Female General Manager

"Huge story today from the world of Sports. The first we have a first Ah Qiming. Who has worked in baseball. Dating back to 1990. She was an intern with the Chicago White Sox. And then she was an assistant general manager with the New York Yankees, And she was insistent general manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and she's been interviewing and interviewing, interviewing, and today she became the first general manager. Was a female. Who is also Asian. All of it in Major league baseball history. She's gonna be kind of work for the Miami Marlins. Now I was thinking like Did I probably not gonna be able to get Kim on the air tonight because, you know You might be a little bit busy, but you know, the Chicago Cubs have a Rachel holding. And Rachel was a stud softball player, and she has been with the Cubs now. Ah! As a hitting structure in the minor leagues, and she does a lot of technical stuff. And so I reached out and she was happy to come on. She's tweeting about the happy she was for Cam and she joins us now, Rachel, I know this was an absolutely huge day for you for for Kim for the industry as a whole. Oh, yeah, of course. I mean, I know Kim personally, So you know, no one is more deserving of this job, and all you have to do is look at her resume toe understand that she's Probably overqualified in in a lot of ways, just really, really happy for her proud of the Marlins. Just pretty exciting stuff. Were you expecting this to happen? Once you heard that she was interviewed like this has got to be the one I didn't know she was interviewing. I actually, um maybe I just didn't follow it too closely, But I know her journey has put her in an assistant GM position. A few times, So I figure any time there's a GM opening. She should be considered for it So, but I didn't know she was interviewing personally, But so it was, like a total surprise for me, and I kind of dig it. Yeah, For sure. Like just for those who don't know Kim's career path. Just Ah. Thumbnail shot of it. She was an intern with the Chicago White Sox that started back in 1990. Then she became an assistant general manager for the Yankees and 98 left New York to go to the Dodgers in 2001, as in the same position. Then she interviewed to be the GM for the first time in 2005. Ned Colletti got that gig. And now it's been 15 years trying to become a GM. And here she is, What do you aspire to in the game, right? So you got a sweet position right now. But if you know, 10 years out, if you could pick something, any idea what it would be You know, I get this question a lot. I think with the way that the baseball season has gone first, I'd like to get a full year of baseball under my belt. No without a pandemic or anything else kind of derailing that, but You know, my my passion has always just been being in the cage and influencing players. And so you know, both of those things I'm very, you know, fortunate to have the position that I have right now because it allows me to both of those things. As for where I go from here, I mean, as long as I'm not sitting behind a desk and I get to be interacted with the players and put a uniform on and be in the cage. I think that's zef innately where I wanna be.

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Yankees to add Hudson Valley and Somerset as minor-league affiliates in 2021

Masters in Business

00:23 sec | 5 months ago

Yankees to add Hudson Valley and Somerset as minor-league affiliates in 2021

"Are reporting the New York Yankees will move minor league affiliates out of Staten Island and Trenton, New Jersey, in 2021 this as part of a reorganization. It's affecting teams across the major's Yankees, double A Trenton team will shift to Somerset, New Jersey. The Class a club that had been in Staten Island since 1999 will move upstate to the Hudson Valley, previously an affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, Global

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Hall of Famer Whitey Ford, New York Yankees' all-time wins leader, dies at age 91

All Things Considered

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Hall of Famer Whitey Ford, New York Yankees' all-time wins leader, dies at age 91

"New York Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford has died. Edward Charles Ford. His birth name, spent his entire career with the Yankeesstarting in 1950, The Hall of Famer had the best winning percentage of any pitcher in the 20th century. In 1967. The same year he retired Ford received the bronze medal of the city of New York from then Mayor John Lindsay. I was brought up in a story in Queens and I've seen things like this when I was a young young boy Mayor's honoring People here in City Hall, and I never thought it would happen to me, but, uh, thank you very much. Ford was nicknamed each the chairman of the board, not to his ability to perform under pressure. He died last night at his home on Long Island. He was 91 years old.

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New York Yankee Hall Of Fame Pitcher Whitey Ford Dies At 91

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

New York Yankee Hall Of Fame Pitcher Whitey Ford Dies At 91

"In the history of baseball's most successful team has died. NBC's Brian Clark has the details. Edward Ford was born in New York City, but of becoming the most decorated pitcher in the history of the New York Yankees. He was known as Whitey. The 91 Year old's Death. Friday was the third passing of a Hall of Fame pitcher in the last six weeks after Tom Seaver and Bob Gibson. Ford won his first of six World Series titles. A 21 year old rookie in 1950. He played 16 Major League seasons, all with the New York Yankees, despite a two year interruption for Korean War military service and eight time All Star The Ford retired as the Yankees career leader in strikeouts and winds. Brian Clark, ABC NEWS New York

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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 | 1 year 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 Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"new york yankees" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

10:39 min | 1 year 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)

02:50 min | 1 year ago

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

"Favorite social networks at ralphie Aversa. And of course, thank you for rating reviewing and subscribing. The Yankees are in London as we speak. Did you see they have obviously a number of things number of vents and whatnot planned around the two games that they're gonna play Saturday and Sunday? We get a one five start, and then a ten AM start Sunday morning, which I think, is going to be kind of cool. They put on a clinic today for little leaguers, across the pond and the Yankees, bringing out all the heavy artillery here, here is the list of players that were there a-rod Nick Swisher Matsu, e Andy Pettitte, Andrew Eugene Pettit. Mariana Rivera, Aaron Boone was there Cashman, and a number of Yankee brass or there in Reginald's. Number forty four Mr. Tober himself. Reggie Jackson was there as well. Also one by the way, obviously, I'm not in London for the series. We'll be watching both games though especially that Sunday morning game. I'm kind of looking forward to waking up and catching the little Sunday morning. They were wearing these awesome Nike sweatsuits jumpsuits on their way out across the pond. I believe at least the tops of those the zip up. Hoodies were sold that one time. I don't know if they were on fanatics and or the Yankee store through the Nike website. But I do remember those being sold to start the season. I can't find him now to save the life of me. So either a they sold out or be. They got pulled off the shelves, and now they're going to get put back on and marked up because they're probably gonna sell pretty quickly. They are pretty dope. I do have to say that we have a great episode plan for you. I'm a little worse for the wear. It's been a very crazy week. I spent the weekend in Connecticut at Mohegan sun. That's why I spoke with. Johnny Damon, Roger Clemens, and Sierra, all of whom you'll hear from. Yes. Even sierra. You'll find out why in just a little bit here on the pinstripe planes podcast, by the way, I also spoke with khloe Kardashian up at Mohegan sun, you will not hear from khloe. On the planes podcast. I if you go to my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram online, though, you could see that interview if if you. If that Piques our interest. So. Yeah, it's been a crazy week though I was up this past week at Mohegan sun in Connecticut for that Monday. I covered a red carpet for dish network out to speak with Russell Crowe and knew me. Watts new Showtime limited series about Roger Ailes. Call the loudest voice, that I was actually back at Mohegan sun, Tuesday night, and Wednesday yesterday did a bunch of content for them around the Barrett, Jackson, car auction, which is emanating from Mohegan sun on discovery and Motor Trend this weekend coming up. So a big, thank you to our friends at Mohegan sun, will explain more about why was up there. Why Johnny Damon and Roger Clemens were up there. And then you'll hear from them, plus Sierra, yes,.

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

01:32 min | 1 year ago

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

"For having me, and thanks to sit at the end of that. The greatest compliment that an offer. Good receive. I appreciate it. Thank you, Jack curry, for again being so generous with his time in his insights. We had a bit of an issue. We were supposed to tape it late last week at I messed up royally, because I have a new laptop that I'm doing the podcast on. And I forgot to install software that I need to record phone conversations when I do the phone interviews. And so I was scrambling and I tried like five different methods, and then eventually like, I you know, the a lot of time that I had inject schedule was gone. He was kind enough to AB patient with me, and be quickly reschedule. So thank you, again, to Jack curry for not only the great spot before his patients and professionalism. Even when yours truly was was not so much of a pro now my stuff. In order Yankees continuing this homestand, I, I'm going to go up to Connecticut this weekend of his, our friends at Mohegan sun. So I will not be at old timers day or the series against the Astros. I may see an old timer or two up at Mohegan sun. I don't think it's been publicly announced who's appearing there. So I'm not going to break that news here on the podcast and the less should be a good time. Maybe we'll have some some cool guests for over the next week or two here with the pinstripe lanes podcast. I'm ralphie Aversa. Thanks for tuning in, and let's go Yankees..

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

06:36 min | 2 years ago

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

"Lanes, podcast dot com. Did not get an episode out last week. So that's why we're dropping this one a little earlier. We wanted to drop this one last week, actually late last week and things got a little hectic in the life of, of an unemployed person like myself between the sign off of the legendary WPRO Jay, which very thankfully, I was able to be a part of late last week. And then I had to travel to Connecticut to do some work with my friends up at Mohegan sun. My first of I think two or three trips up there this month alone. Plus, we got some, some other stuff cooking outside of the podcast. For me, personally, I'm still doing stuff with dish network, and we have a few other leads as I try to move on to this next phase of my career nonetheless that matters right now as we talk things that Yankee fans care about specifically Yankee tickets on this episode of the pinstripe lanes podcast, we'll do a deep dive at a little bit into John Oliver and his most recent comments about the Yankees, a lot of Yankee fans were up in arms over it. I was not. It's and that's coming from someone who, as a big fan of John Oliver, and also someone who has had the chance to interview him a number of times you'll hear some of those interviews and this, this all dates back to like twenty sixteen. The whole John Oliver thing, but we'll get into it and just a little bit here on the pinstripe planes podcast. Some other news and notes, very quickly, something actually related to what will be talking about with John Oliver and the Yankees the secondary ticket market. We'll talk more stub, hub and a little bit. But I use gametime on Sunday night, I bought, and then sold a ticket, probably the easiest, I've done either since new Yankee Stadium opened. I mean really period for that matter. If you've used gametime before they kinda marketed, as a, a place to go for last-second tickets, and I found out why on Sunday as I was thinking about going up to the Bronx or that Sunday night loss against the Red Sox. I bought a pinstripe pass on there for, I believe. Out the door with fees, twenty five dollars, great deal, considering were going for twenty five on TicketMaster. That's not including fees. So you basically save fees going that way. And you still get your free twelve ounce beer and away you go. Well, then I decided I wasn't going to go up to the Bronx and obviously saved myself a long rainy night in a loss. You can relist on gametime you literally just tap one button, and it's backup you don't even have to set the price. What gametime does the algorithm in the app? Looks at the market looked at the listings and figures out the best price to put it on there, so that your ticket will sell them that hopefully you won't lose any money. I think I ended up losing maybe like five bucks when it was all said and done, but within a half hour, naughty. And by the way, this was like an hour prior to first pitch within a half hour of me, listing it. The ticket was sold. And I believed we're taping this on June fourth. It's a Tuesday. I believe today, the money supposed to hit my pay pal account. So where you go on that. So. Pretty cool stuff. And a good experience there with gametime. I've hit the trifecta I believe if I used to why you step up for the Baltimore game that I went to, but I've you stub I've you seek, I've used gametime and of course, I've bought tickets directly through TicketMaster as well. So by any means necessary, but, hey, you as a consumer should use all of these tools as well. Every different platform has their pros and cons depending on what you're looking for, whether it's a premium seat, whether it's a cheap, see, whether it's just you going, whether it's a big group of people going whether you're looking for shelter. Whether you're looking for included food, there's all these different options, and so it's good to have a number of different platforms, you can go to based on your budget, and your other various needs. Also, some merchandising news real quick. The stars and stripes collection is out for this year. It was a big hit last year. And you can tell that because they haven't modified last year's designed to much to this year's that said, I like last. Here's a lot better last year. If you remember for stars, and stripes, the Yankees, and I believe, by the way, they're only doing hats, this year, hats and stand socks. But the hats were all navy you had the NY with the American flag over it, and then you had the AL logo on the side, this year, you have all of that, with the exception of the Bill of the hat is red. I don't like it. I mean I guess from a fat appear fashioned standpoint. Maybe it looks a little better better. Maybe it looks okay? But as far as a Yankee hat standpoint, I mean, I, I was more likely to buy last year's hat that I would buy this year's hat, and I didn't buy last year's at so I'm definitely not buying it this year. The Father's Day caps are out as well. Now, you remember these have attentive blue to them to raise awareness for prostate cancer. I thought they were going to go the direction of the mother's day caps, which had the navy crown, and then this cool kind of pink blend for the N Y and for the Bill. Nope. They took that blend turned it into blue and made the. The entire Bill of the cap are excuse me, crown of the cap that, like Royal blue and then I believe the Bill and the N Y or navy. I don't like it at all again. I just I'm just not a fan of messing with the tradition. And I think there are ways where you can recognize these various causes in various platforms of various concerns, without having to completely change the hat, so that you have another hat to sell in your store because I think a lot of times that's what this sadly comes down to. And by the way, I think it's very interesting, we're about charity. We're raising funds this that and the third majestic hasn't done really any special jerseys this year, at least as far as the Yankees are concerned, you know, they've put the different patches and ribbons on them. But as far as completely changing the NY and or pinstripes into camouflage or pink or blue. They haven't done any of that why I thought this was offered charity. No, I think what happens if you look back. Back at those Jersey's the end up getting markdown in a clearance. And I think they're sick of losing money on them going to my point, which is this is all about money. And if it were about the charity, there would be, I think, in my opinion, more effective ways to go about this. All right without further ado, we now talk about John Oliver's latest comments surrounding the Yankees that he really doesn't like too much. However, he does have a few dare. I say legit reasons will explain next here on episode over twenty six of the pinstripe lanes podcast..

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

03:42 min | 2 years ago

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

"And maybe sometime it'll be jeeter story or or whatever. But young people won't remember this, but Alder people remember the old Dean Martin show on television on NBC in the sixties and early seventies. And he had a bit where he'd be sitting around. It was very casual thing and he'd go. I think I'll go to the door. And he and he would go to this door on the stage, and he'd open the door. And you never know who was going to be in. There could be John Wayne. It could be Ronald Reagan. And it's always somebody. You know, surprising was behind that door. And that's what I like in being the PR director of the Yankees or even at the Commissioner's office when I worked there when that phone rang it could be. You know, Jack O'Connell from the daily news or Bill Madden or any of the media people that would call, but it could be Walter Cronkite. Could be Oprah Winfrey. I it's amazing the people, you know, one time one time, you know, we had a senior advisor named Arthur Richmond who had the office next to me and Arthur knew everybody, and he was very close to the Bush family. I mean, really close they loved him and one time early on the phone rang in my administrative assistant Mathilda entered the phone and said hold on, please. And she said Arthur, do you wanna talk to George Bush and Arthur's response was which one. She said, I think it's the father. Okay. So not that it wasn't gonna talk at a president. But right. But you know, you know, and then aren't they would answer the phone bushy may baby. So that that was one of the great things you never knew who you what I wrote about in. This current issue of baseball digest was the highlight of my years with the Yankees off the field. So to speak was that I was a big fan of the movie pride of the Anki. I mean, how many who's who hasn't seen pride of the eighties and Gary Coopers co star was Theresa right? Beautiful young actress in the nineteen forties nominated for best actress for that movie and actually one for another movie the same year won best supporting actress for MRs Miniver. Well, I'm watching the Academy Awards in nineteen ninety eight and there she is they introduced all the people that had ever won an Academy Award. And I said to myself, that's Theresa right? She played Eleanor Garib pride of the ankle. We should get her to throw the first pitch. So I got Mr. Steinbrenner's permission. He thought it was a great idea. And I set off on the search for Theresa right? I. I got her agents name, and I called him up and explain what we wanted to do. And he should we'll Rick. That's very nice gesture, but I don't think she'll do it. And she only lived about forty miles from the stadium. She lived anywhere in the country. But she lived in Norwalk, Connecticut. Right. Right. So, you know, box number one was checked off, you know, easy to get to the stadium. So he said, I don't think she'll do it. And I said, well, can I ask why not and he goes Rick? She's eighty years old or almost eight years old. I said, well, she doesn't have to strike out a batter she just hand the ball to the catcher. So he goes, well, I'll ask her, but, you know, don't get your hopes up. Well, the next day she called me. And she she this is exactly what you said. This will be first of all she was delighted she accepted, and she should Rick. This'll be so exciting. I've never been to a baseball game. I said, oh, and I said what you just said. And I said never been to a baseball. I mean, how's that possibly Eleanor Garrick in pride of the because? Yeah. But it was just a role. She goes, you know, week later, I was on another film. And I I'm never been a baseball fan. She comes to the game. She gets a wonderful ovation..

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

03:08 min | 2 years ago

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

"Been a season ticket holder for thirty five years. Right. They play eight regular season games a year. They are events. This is something that we addressed back thirty years ago when I was with the Pittsburgh Pirates that the Pittsburgh Steelers and everybody said, oh, it's football talents football. But it only takes a commitment of eight games. You know baseball you're out there eighty times a year, and you've gotta make those as event oriented as possible because many of them are, you know, go to multiple multiple games. And sometimes you get the fan that goes to one game. So I don't think you can compare the sports, and I don't think baseball should be concerned about what's going on around. They just need. And I think that's what they're doing is, you know, just to protect and enhance their own house. I agree. I think. I think to to some level it's hard to compare. That said though, I mean, you look at the culture that's built around a sport like the NBA where it's year round you're talking about trades and transactions and then of course, there's the whole, you know, there's the sneaker part of it and the clothing part of it is wellness, a whole culture. I mean can baseball take anything from that implemented? I mean, even from a content standpoint, do you think that there's there's something there for for a baseball digest, or is that not the case, I think baseball and baseball digest just has to put out the best possible product, they can and that right there, that's an issue. And this is not meant to be critical of baseball. Because you know, they're facing this Callen head on the goal of general manager of team. President of a manager is to win baseball games. I had a manager one time tell me when they were talking about speeding up the game. Right. So what you're saying is you're happier. With me if I lose a game. In two hours and thirty minutes rather than I win a game in three hours and thirty minutes because the the one obstacle is the people putting the ball club on the field and the people on the field. They're not really that concerned about pace of play. That's why baseball had to go in and create these rules, right? Artificial rules like mound visits, which I think is a good rule because it's it's it it really got out of hand. But the beauty of baseball was it was the only game without a clock. Well, if you go to a ballpark now, you see two or three clocks, you know. There's one o'clock to tell the time between innings there's another clock after each play to tell how long manager can challenge the play. You know, they're they're they're experimenting with the pitch clock, which is annoying as heck especially in spring training. When you know the pitch clock wouldn't be an effective runners are on base. But the pitch clock still goes, and it really is meaningless. So I think that there's a lot of challenges facing baseball. All the analytics of the game. I I keep saying this is not a science project. You know, this is not an insurance actuarial table. You might be great to say, we're we're counting cards, right? But that's not really that exciting for fans to watch. I think it's a little dangerous. Rick surround editor in chief of baseball digest joins us here right now on the.

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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)

03:33 min | 2 years ago

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

"And we never being part of the nineteen eighteen world championship the year that ended early. The Red Sox beat the cubs that year in fall in five games. They believe it was and Eddie Coleman father random train station when the Red Sox came back from Chicago. They want not championship and had a lot of that stuff. That is father had at that game seven there that year against the Yankees. When of course, Ortiz and and Damon hit the home run. So that was a special deal that was a blowout game. I mean and the Red Sox, obviously exercise a lot of demons. I thought the Red Sox are gonna win that game. And I thought that socks after they won four and five in Fenway the way they did. I thought they're actually gonna win game six and seven Yankee Stadium. And of course, they did. I didn't think they were going to now obviously, I'm a fan. So I'm bias. I didn't think they were gonna. To win game six I was a student at Syracuse at the time I actually drove down at the bloody sock game. Fortunately, unfortunately, obviously, a big moment in baseball history of brutal the see there. So I was there with. Uh-huh. And all that kind of home run early by Delaware, north Lieber. I had a lot of my buddies come down for a red sock fans, and those are two great days in the Red Sox. When eight note a finished a year against two big time teams over one over one hundred games in the Yankees cardinals. So let's throw that into mix to the Red Sox had that incredible finish that year. But if you're gonna break a curse as they had a break, it sometimes you gotta do something extra dramatic. I was at game. I was at game three of that series. When he Hanky scored nineteen runs and Bisky banged around the green monster. I never leaving that stadium with Marc Malusis leading Fenway, not Saturday night. And I said, well, listen, if you ever gonna break curse and the other go do something, you know, historic. You better do it. Sometimes you need to do something dramatic, and you know, what would be more dramatic than the Red Sox from three zero down to beat new Yankee. So I had a little. Inkling maybe something is in the air in two thousand and four more minutes here with Christopher mad dog Russo on the pinstripe lanes podcast. I'm ralphie Aversa. I heard on the radio show you had the the Commissioner on recently. And something you always do you go out of your way to make sure that you obviously think for his time. But also note that with the show that you have on MLB network. There's no they don't try to cramp your style. At all. They don't try to shove anything down your throat. They don't try to nudie at all either. That's the truth, regardless of you can pretty much. I mean, I there's always some level. You know, you can't go unbelievably crazy. But as so, you know, you have to I mean, you gotta you know, listen, it is television network. I mean, you can't go crazy today's show either. They generally speaking. And that's why it's a great place to work. I've never gotten a call for Manford. I've never gotten a call from anybody there twenty Petit on Park Avenue. They allow me to say what I want and do what I want. Now. Again, within reason, you know, if I go out there and say that, you know, a certain owner is the worst guy in America. And should be disbarred from the sport. I mean that's going to cause me some trouble. But you know, outside of being that outlandish, they allow me really, you know, to say what I want now, and I get on the owners with these disputes with the players association. You know, I I kill the American League I've gone on tanking get on the American League teams that are horrendous. You know, I pick on the players. I do you know, I do segmen..

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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)

03:49 min | 2 years ago

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

"And I'll mention this again when we bring our guests onto the podcast, but we're going to tempt to do a lot of stuff this year around the ten year anniversary of new Yankee Stadium. I can't believe it's been ten years either. And this guy's been there since the beginning of the new Yankee Stadium his relationship as you'll find out with the inky, particularly some of the Yankee brass Yankee ownership dates back even past that he and his family. I believe good friends with them talking, of course, about low bells and the iconic low bells prime steak sandwich that can be found over in left field. One thirty four they have a number of locations now in the stadium, which will get to have a number of different menu items as well, including maybe even some new ones that will be introduced later this season not gonna you know blow the cover spill spill, everything spill all the beans. Mark Lowe bell co owner of low bells. This week's guest on the pinstripe lanes podcast. It's great listen as he tells us, how the relationship started how the steak sandwich started exactly by how many sandwiches it exceeded their expectations as I mentioned to him that I remember in the early days, they would sometimes sell out. And then of course, what we can look forward to moving forward with the steak sandwich and the little bells stands plural throughout Yankee Stadium. Mark Lebel co owner of low bells joining us in just a little bit here on the Penn stripe planes podcast, a couple of other items to get to I was just on stub and saw some of the delta sweet tickets dropped to one fifty four. Tonight's key Red Sox game did not fire because thankfully, our friend. Jamie has an extra pin stripe pass that she sent my way. So I will be using that to get into the stadium and standing out probably somewhere near the left field bleachers. Watching tonight's game. I did while I was on stubhub though. I finally realized if you click filter you're able to look at tickets instead of. Single section by sections by zone and choose multiple zones and or sections so I thought for some reason stub hub had gotten rid of that feature. They didn't they just hit it now in the filter section when you click on an event and you're looking for tickets. So there you go with that, I will save my opinion on these. But I did want to give you a heads up at the mother's day hats, which MLB says they donate their royalties to number of breast cancer research foundations, including Komen the mother's day hats for MLB have been released, including of course, the Yankees, they are four sale now on the shop and fanatics, I'll save my opinion for next week on those we have obviously a few weeks until the players Don those on mother's day on the fields. Also, by the way, speaking of fanatics, real quick I actually picked up some stuff from though this past week. They have one of the biggest sales on on current collection items in season that I have ever seen replica jerseys. Onfield apparel, the whole some of the. Lowest prices I've ever seen any of that stuff. So hopefully, if you were in the market for anything you're able to take advantage of that also see about the a making his return with the Yankees last weekend. I didn't go to any of the games last weekend. Because sadly, I was under the weather. Hopefully, we'll get to some games this weekend. As the Yankees welcomed. The royals into town tweeted out a photo of that was taken in January of twenty twelve up at Roosevelt field on Long Island. It was a Steiner sport signing and coincidentally enough. There were two people signing autographs CC's about ya. And Yvonne Nova, of course about the played against ova or pitched against them rather last weekend when he made his first start of the season. And I said I had a funny story to tell about it. I actually at the time was living in Scranton. And drove in really just for CeCe. I did end up getting a Nova signed by ten I'll never forget asking him. If he was going to be bouncing back and forth that year between Scranton and New York..

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

03:44 min | 2 years ago

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

"If you hear a little Brislin in the background. We're not as soundproof the room that we tape. The someone's getting a little hot on the twenty first floor of our building here in the financial district. And so we crack the window open on a nice spring evening here in downtown Manhattan Yankees currently playing the Astros finishing up their series before off date, and they come back home White Sox home. In the Bronx this weekend. Take it on the Yankees Friday night, Bernie Williams bobblehead night. I would imagine burn baby burn will be in attendance as well for that. Maybe we'll even throw out the first pitch Yankees, by the way, just today Gardner there. You go solo Homer to lead things off a garden party in. All right. So I promise we talk about Frank Sinatra New York, New York. Hopefully, we'll hear that. After some Yankee wins this weekend up in the Bronx think I'm gonna go to Saturday's game. It's funny. And I've tweeted about this before. But I was when I was a student Syracuse university Marty band deer who is a legendary music publishing executive came to speak at came one of my lecture classes that I'll stay at the time. I was a music industry. Courcelles a a lot of take as an elective. So Marty came and spoke, and he was talking about, you know, the whole publishing game for those that aren't familiar with music publishing. And obviously a lot of my background in my other life is been in music and music business. But basically anytime you hear a song public. Publicly, whether it's at a nightclub or in a commercial or at a stadium, the song writers and producers are receiving some type of royalty on that play in the deals vary with the songwriting and producing they have this point system that they use. So it all varies. But essentially, there's publishing companies like Marty's, and he's got the biggest one in essentially that come in and say, okay, you know, Yankee Stadium you play these songs, we rep these songwriters. These producers, you owe us this amount of money for playing the songs, and there's also licenses that they could buy to do it so on and so forth. But that's essentially the way it works. Marty came to speak Syracuse university, and he told us he was good friends with George Steinbrenner and he went to a Yankees game. And he sat in George Steinbrenner's box. And at the end of the game Yankees one they played Frank Sinatra, New York, New York and. They had the rights to that song Marty's company, and he turns to George and he says you're not paying the publishing fees on the song. What are you talking about and ever since then ever since that time that George happened to invite Marty to the game mardi Bandera in his company collected royalties on Frank Sinatra's, New York, New York, of course, for a long time. It was played only after Yankee wins and after Yankee losses the Liza Minnelli version would play LIZA. I don't know why how it took her took it so long to get to the Minnelli camp. But it did. And they complained and they said look either play it for wins. Like, you do a Franks or don't play at all. And so I don't know if there was going to be a lawsuit or what the deal is going to be. But the Yankees didn't want to deal with the trouble. And now if you go to a game, regardless of whether the keys win or lose they play Frank Sinatra's, New York, New York, of course, that song in the headlines last year during the playoffs after was it. Yes. Game. Three of the AL Diaz. Aaron judge in his bluetooth speaker as little boombox walking by the Red Sox clubhouse blasting New York, New York judges, of course, since come out and said that it wasn't intentional. He wasn't trying to stick it to Robert into their face. Of course, the Red Sox. You know, all that story ends. We don't need to recap it. And in addition to them winning it all then than going on in playing New York New York, both after they won the AL Diaz..

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

01:42 min | 2 years ago

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

"Purpose might work with with athletes. You know, there's there's PT's on the medical staff for the New York Yankees. But physical therapists work with all people of abilities level. So this is actually a language issue. That's right in the heart of of my role to physical therapy is they're they're talking about disability being people who who might be born with with something that we've preclude them from doing something versus an injury. So they've actually separated that so now. Yeah. Now, referring to it as the I L now, what did we Ridgely bring me in for the labor them. That's whatever he wants to know. So the shoulder and the hip are both ball and socket joints. I think we can really visualize that if you ball up one fist, and you and you cut your other hand over it. That's the ball and socket. The hip is a really really deep ball and socket when you hear someone dislocating a hip that's a devastating injury. Just like Bo Jackson when he dislocated his hip which led to his career shortening injury. But the shoulders also technically a ball and socket. Joint. And it's but it's not as deep as the hip. So I was I was taught it's really easy to visualize. It's more of a golf ball on a Gulf te- that technically is still a ball and socket joint. But it's not as deep and the labor comes in as kind of a gasket, it's this cartilage ring that helps to deepen the golf tee around the golf ball. If we're using that analogy for the shoulder and the issue with the labor, MS throwing overhead, and this is where you get a little league coaches trying to limit innings in players. It has a lot to do with elbow health. But also shoulder health is that labor is this cartilage ring that helps deepen that socket..

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

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

03:50 min | 2 years ago

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

"So a very influential man in media, very smart, man. A media Jason been Jason put Giancarlo on the cover. We chat with both of them about that and more right now. So why does your why did you decide to do this cover procedures magazine? We know very high fashion, and I like, I like fashion. So I think think we blend well together, I wanna talk fashion but on the field. I know last year, you know, you're a Nike athlete, and you're you're stunned on them last year with the MVP batting gloves. Do you have any player exclusives? This year on even like that. You could share with me or now I got some good stuff, which is gonna have to see on TV when we get there. Okay. All right. A lot of people have talked about you being in New York for the second year. How much more comfortable you might be at the plate in the field so on and so forth. But now with this being your second year fulltime New York how how does that if at all factor into you deciding to do something like this like a cover for your? Well, yeah, you you enjoy the doctor -tunities you have especially the second year all that getting used to last year and all that nonsense. It's it's good to be settled in and ready to go for the year. Jason when you first saw his cover what you think. Perfect. Picture-perfect are you comfortable in a setting like that? Or now, you're going to be good time. Why did you shoot? This cover was shot. Well, yeah. Yeah. That was in Miami. Of course. Shoot. Last year, Aaron Boone and mentioned that you played down the stretch a little bit hurt your obviously carrying the team, especially while Aaron was out. Have you taken any extra steps this year any different steps in sure that you can stay a little healthier throughout the course of one sixty two you always repairs can stay healthy out there. And you know, we're we're out there every single day. So you never know what's going to happen. But you always prepare to full season. I let me just ask you Jason why why Giancarlo for the cover because I think he exudes what we do which is a fashion entertainments lifestyle. And for sports sports is a big big part of our business. Everyone loves sports, and it's nice. I and mix it up with fashion and art entertainment celebrities and all that good stuff, gentlemen thanking. And so there you go big. Thank you to Giancarlo. Big. Thank you to Jason interview is not confirmed prior to as getting on site so worked, but the PR team there, obviously Giancarlo kind of in between interviews with Tina over at FOX five and. Adler who we've known for a while who's over at picks in between those interviews and in. I think he did spectrum one too. So maybe pack here in in our buddy had a had a little soundbite for his morning show. And then the last saw Giancarlo make it some time for us didn't want to oversell it again, we only had them for a little bit. I think the the most interesting part for me, you know, Giancarlo. I I was thinking about this before the interview has I was doing my prep for the interview. He speaks the same way. He swings very to the point very short, but very impactful and he's got a little bit. I don't wanna say jeeter because Jeter is much more eloquent with it. But he's got that cliche. He's gonna say things without really saying anything. And so I thought really for me the most interesting part of the interview was the question about him being comfortable not just with American League pitchers, but with being in New York, and now does that open him up to do more things like a tau downtown party with his girlfriend in the desert media cover and the whole nine and he. Talked about nonsense dealing with nonsense last year. Now, I assumed when he said nonsense he was talking about the fiasco with him and jeeter and the face off and him forcing jeeter's hand to trade him Stanton from the Marlins to the Yankees. I don't know. I mean, look, you know, obviously, the start of the season was out a good one in Giancarlo was getting booed..

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