Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo dive into the recent suspension handed to Alex Rodriguez, and discuss its affect on the Joint Drug Agreement, the Yankees, and its justification. Additionally, they talk about Rodriguez's chances of winning his lawsuit against MLB & the MLBPA, and update you on various signings throughout the league.
At halftime of Saturday's Men's Basketball game, Michael Kay voice of the New York Yankees on the YES network and a Fordham-WFUV alum stopped by the broadcast to discuss Alex Rodriguez's 162-game suspension.
Buster Olney seinor writer for ESPN the Magazine was able to join One on One shortly after the breaking news of Alex Rodriguez’s 162 game suspension. He talked about whether the full season ban was surprising to him, what kind of precedent this set for Major League Baseball moving forward, and if the disgruntled third baseman will ever play again in the Majors.
You've probably seen this picture of Vin Scully and Jackie Robinson on ice skates in 1950, but you haven't heard how it happened. Listen to Vin tell the story to Mike Maffei (currently of MLB.com) in our 1997 three-hour special, Jackie Robinson: The Man Behind the Ballplayer.
Hear the story below, and the full interview here.
Jack Curry (@JackCurryYES) joined Kenny Ducey and Jake Kring-Schreifels to discuss Robinson Cano's departure from NY, plus some other big FA signings, and talked about what the Yankees must do now to meet their remaining needs.
It really is amazing how much can change in only a few years, and thus proving once again that the sports world is as unpredictable as the weather.
Kenny Ducey and Jake Kring-Schreifels discuss A-Rod's recent antics in his arbitration hearing, plus get you up to date on a few new contracts signed around the league.
Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo discuss the recent statement made by Alex Rodriguez: a response to Commissioner Selig's "very comfortable" feeling towards the league's investigation, plus the World Champion Red Sox and some early offseason moves.
The Simpsons provided a hilarious example of fan treatment of athletes in the classic episode “Homer at the Bat.” Bart and Lisa are taunting Darryl Strawberry when Marge says to them, “Kids, that’s not very nice.” Lisa responds by saying “Mom, they’re professional athletes! They’re used to this. It rolls right off their back.” It then cuts to Strawberry on the field, wiping away a lone tear.