In a special Friday edition Kenny Ducey, Julian Atienza, and Mack Rosenberg discuss A-Rod's suspension, the Yankees being swept and the Mets sweeping.
Award winning MLB.com writer Paul Hagen joined Mack Rosenberg and Kelly Kultys on One on One. Hagen, just a week removed from receiving the J.G Taylor Spink Award by the Baseball Writers’ Association at the Baseball Hall of Fame, gave his insights on the Biogenesis case.
On the show's one-year anniversary, Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo discuss the reported upcoming suspensions in the Biogenesis case, as well as some trade deadline possiblities, including the Mets and Marlon Byrd.
Last week Milwaukee Brewers leftfielder Ryan Braun was suspended for 65 games by Major League Baseball for violating its basic agreement and joint drug prevention and treatment program. He did not appeal the suspension, inferring that he knew the severity of evidence held against him, and the potential of lingering criticism that would follow him to every city the rest of the season. Finally, baseball got the man that had cheated them, on the field and in court.
Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo discuss the All-Star Game, and the shaky performance from Neil Diamond, plus look ahead to A-Rod's return and the Pirate's second half.
When you get an update sent to your phone that one of Alex Rodriguez’s rehab games in AA-Trenton has been rained out, there’s a problem.
The injured Yankees third baseman has been a magnet to criticism ever since he managed just three hits in 25 ABs last postseason, yet somehow he’s turned into something of a good guy.
Nolan Silbernagel and Kris Venezia sat down with columnist for MLB.com Matthew Leach to talk about the state of the Yankees. Leach weighed in on his thoughts about how the team has performed so far, what having Alex Rodriguez and Derek Jeter back will do for the Pinstripes, and who the first half MVP of the Bronx Bombers has been so far this year.
Kenny Ducey lets it fly on the Yankees after their most recent scandal involving Alex Rodriguez and Brian Cashman, and breaks down Zach Wheelers's second start and Dylan Bundy's upcoming surgery.
Kenny Ducey and Jake Kring Schreifels play your voicemails and read your Facebook responses as they react to the news that Dr. Tony Bosch of Biogenesis of America may out several players as steroid users, namely Alex Rodriguez. They also talk about a bizarre Wednesday Night Mets win, Stephen Strasburg's injury, and more.
Kenny Ducey and Kris Venezia say why Alex Rodriguez has not played his last game in pinstripes and update you on the latest acquisitions in New York and around the league.