Yankees Podcast: Shane Spencer and Andrew Rotondi

The former Yankee and three-time World Series champion joins the podcast

Andrew Rotondi of Bronx Pinstripes joined me to talk about the Yankees clinching the division before the All-Star break, what the Yankees’ postseason rotation would be right now, which starting pitcher the Yankees should trade for this month, grading Aaron Boone’s first half, why Clint Frazier is still in the minors and being realists as Yankees fans.

At the 50:16 mark, former Yankee and three-time World Series champion Shane Spencer joined me to talk about growing up a Padres fan in San Diego and getting drafted by the Yankees, his memorable September 1998, his approach at the plate, winning the World Series against his hometown Padres, the 2001 World Series, his success against Curt Schilling, the breakdown of the Flip Play, his relationship with Paul O’Neill, coming up through the minors with the Core Four and how the team changed in 2002.



My book The Next Yankees Era: My Transition from the Core Four to the Baby Bombers is available!