My yankees Q&A Video

🔥First Ever Pinstripe Strong Q&A🔥

I answer questions from the fellow yankee community as we try to sort out the state of the NY YANKEES .. enjoy

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GrandKids: 10 years of giving

On August 7th, 2017, the SNDPODCAST and Weisman and Oz show got to be apart of an amazing night. 10 years ago, Curtis Granderson started the Grand Kids Foundation . We got to go into the City and help him celebrate.

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A day at Citi Field: M&M Suite Seats

On Tuesday, the 8th of August my family and I attended the Mets vs Rangers game. The seats we had were incredible. We were sitting in the M&M Suite Seats (formerly known as the Party City Deck) which is a section for only those with groups. Continue reading “A day at Citi Field: M&M Suite Seats”

Don’t be Surprised, Be Ready!

By July 7th, Amed Rosario is jumped from the 8th ranked MLB prospect to the number 4 prospect as per Baseball America. He has been the number 1 New York Met prospect for the entire 2017 season. With high prospect rankings come high expectations.

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Yankees: Haya Doin’

First off, if you don’t understand the title, you are really young. It was the 1999 Yankees playoff theme song in which Z100 played on the radio at least once an hour. Anyway, the 2017 season has kind of been a surprise to me personally for the Yankees. After trading away most big name guys, a pretty weak starting rotation and just an overall young team, I expected the Yankees to compete but miss out of the playoffs. Boy was I wrong. As of July 28th, the New York Yankees are half a game of out first place in the division and hold a 1 game lead on the first wild card spot. But do they have enough to stay in the playoff race and make a deep run?

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What the heck do we know?

 

Baseball is one of the hardest sports to predict, Even the best players have bad years. Bryce Harper was the NL MVP in 2015 and then hit .247 in 2016. You rarely see star NBA players or Elite Quarterbacks fall off like that but Bryce is back on top this year. The same goes for teams, every year there are a few teams that shock us in both a good and bad way. The Mets have obviously shocked us in a bad way along with the defending champion Cubs, who were thought to be a sure bet for the playoffs and currently find themselves on the outside looking in. The teams the Cubs are looking up at in their division and in the wild card are the good surprises of the year. The Brewers, Rockies and Diamondbacks were not looked at as power house teams in the NL but have all exceeded expectations and taken the league by storm. The quick turnaround Of these teams gives me some hope that it can be done by the Mets as well.

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New York Sellers

              Another Sunday, another Sunday with the New York Mets being blown out. After taking 2 out of the 3 from the Colorado Rockies, the Mets currently sit 9.5 games out of second wild card spot in the National League. It would have been nice for to the Mets end up sweeping the Rockies and end the weekend 7.5 games out. With 7 games remaining on the home stand, I believe that if the Mets want to be involved in a discussion for the wild card spot, they will need to at least win 5 of the games. With 4 games against the Cardinals and 3 against the lonely Oakland A’s, it won’t be easy. As seen the weekend before the all-star break, the Mets went to St. Louis and lost 2 out 3, including only scoring 1 run in the final two days. The end of the home stand should be a little simpler, but let’s face it, this year nothing has been easy for the Mets. As of June 17th, the A’s are 20 games out of the division and 6.5 out of the wild card. They have also already shown that they will be sellers for this year’s trade deadline, as they have traded Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson, two important arms the bullpen.

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Is Aaron Judge Human?

       The easy answer to this question is, no, Aaron Judge isn’t human. The 25 year New York Yankee rookie is taking major league baseball by storm. At the 84-game point, Judge has 30 home runs, 66 RBIS and is batting .329. One can only imagine what he will do for the next 78 games remaining for the Yankees. These are numbers nobody in their right mind expected. 

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All we can do is hope for the best

For a season that started with such high hopes, it all came crashing down rather quickly and to be honest I blame myself. I was too confident in this team, more confident than any Met fan should be. I saw a world where the 5 aces ruled, where we’d go entire turns through the rotation giving up 2 runs total, where the 3-4-5 of Conforto Cespedes and Bruce would remind us of Keith Carter and Straw, where the back end of our bullpen would dominate and where the one major flaw could be covered up. I was dumb to think these things. Only one aces has been able to stay off the DL. Cespedes’ leg injuries cropped up again cause him to miss significant time. A blood clot has taken out the mostly reliable Familia, and that major flaw I mentioned Terry Collins has shown his how to really mismanage and get he least out of a bullpen. In this mess though, there have been a few bright spots.

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