Jason Keidel of WFAN and I get nostalgic over baseball cards, old ballparks and Reggie Bars.
And then we openly wonder what those sticks of pink gum in the baseball cards were actually made of.
We talk about the past in Episode 1,061 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Danny Valencia, Starlin Castro, Justin Verlander, Zack Greinke, Steve Pearce, Jason Rogers, Masahiro Tanaka and Madison Bumgarner all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball
It is an unusual Subway Series that is going to start tonight in New York. The Mets are in first. The Yankees are a wild card team. And which fan base is more nervous with more on the line?
WFAN and CBS Sports writer and friend of the podcast Jason Keidel stopped by to let us know the mood in New York.
Start Spreading the News! It is Episode 1,060 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Marco Estrada, Mike Trout, John Lackey, Matt Carpenter, Matt Moore, Ian Desmond and James Loney all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball
On his birthday, Jason Keidel of WFAN joins The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast to talk pessimistically about the Yankees.
It was more of a birthday gift to ME!
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Monday January 21st, 2013
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New York Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson has every right to not be happy.
Speaking on local New York sports talk radio station WFAN, Alderson didn’t try to delude himself or others into thinking that the 2013 Mets campaign wouldn’t induce at least several headaches.
“I’m not happy where we are in preparation for 2013,” said Alderson about the current roster assembled. “… I can assure you that where we are now is not where we want to be opening spring training. I mean, it’s conceivable we could be in the same position, but it’s not where we want to be.”
This can particularly be directed toward the outfield. With several options for the Mets to check out, it’s baffled many how a Major League franchise wouldn’t have at least a slight idea what kind of starting lineup they could field on opening day.
Scott Hairston Interview in 2012: