Danny and Arthur discuss some of the more well known unwritten rules, especially those that have been in talks for a good portion of the early season. They discuss the Yankees idea for Judge’s Chambers in right field of Yankee Stadium. They cap the podcast off with talks of potential trades and how exciting the … More Off The Bat Ep. 05 — Unwritten Rules
Now retiring his number for the New York Yankees, No. 2, Derek Jeter, No. 2. Danny and Arthur discuss Jeter’s impact on the game in his 20 year career and how we individually remember his playing days as Yankees’ fans. They talk some of the hottest topics in baseball.
The weather still playing a factor in multiple ways — even causing delays one wouldn’t see in June. No names quickly becoming household names and lead stories on SportSCenter. Felix Hernadez throwing the first pitch, Bryce Harper homering, and Clayton Kershaw throwing a gem. Yep, it must be baseball season. All three of the aforementioned … More Trying To Capture Baseball’s Crazy Opening Week
If you haven’t heard by now, the New York Yankees are changing the way people enter the stadium for games. No longer will you be able to get in using one of those printed tickets that have become so overwhelmingly popular. What this means, in effect, is the Yankee organization essentially cutting ties with third-party … More The Yankees Are Shaking Up The Ticket Game
With a new chapter in the Duke/UNC rivalry kicking off tonight, I think its time we take a step into the world of sports and analyze the best rivalry for each major sport. MLB: New York Yankees v Boston Red Sox This one is non-negotiable. In a sport where people pride themselves on ettiquite and … More Best Rivalries in Sports