My book ‘The Next Yankees Era: My Transition from the Core Four to the Baby Bombers’ debuts next week. The book details my life as a Yankees fan, growing up watching Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada and Bernie Williams through my childhood and early adulthood and the shift to now watching Gary […]
Gleyber Torres has been the Yankees’ second-best hitter this season, but he continues to inexplicably bat ninth behind pitchers, backup catchers and utility players.
Scott Reinen joined me to talk about trusting CC Sabathia, Luis Severino becoming the best pitcher in baseball, if Aaron Hicks is good or not and second-half expectations for Giancarlo Stanton.
The Yankees took two out of three from the Red Sox over the weekend, and we didn’t learn anything we didn’t already know about the best two teams in baseball.
See how many catch phrases Yankees play-by-play man Michael Kay will say during a broadcast. As seen on The Michael Kay Show on YES Network and heard on ESPN Radio New York.
It wasn’t just that the Yankees were swept by a bad Rays team over the weekend, it was how they were swept in the three games.
The Yankees are guaranteed a win every five games because Luis Severino is starting.
Erik Boland joined me to talk about the differences between covering Joe Girardi and Aaron Boone, fans calling for Austin Romine to start over Gary Sanchez, and Yankees fans’ biggest concern for the season.
Andrew Rotondi of Bronx Pinstripes joined me to talk about the Subway Series, which starting pitcher the Yankees need and how to optimize the batting order.
Back on May 4, I wrote The Yankees Are Even Better Than They Have Played. Back then, the Yankees were 22-10. Here I am today, writing once again how the Yankees are even better than they have played.