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Daily Archives: November 19, 2016

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – November 19, 2016

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The Reds might not contend in 2017, but they SHOULD have the best lead off man in baseball in the rebuilding process… if only they would bat Joey Votto lead off. Along the way, I discuss why I won’t play James Bond and I tie it into the discussion.

It is a shaken, not stirred episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

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JFtC 2016 Wrap Ups Interviews: Yankees

JAYS FROM THE COUCH BRINGS YOU 2016 MLB WRAP UPS. WE SIT DOWN WITH OFF THE BENCH BASEBALL TO DISCUSS THE NEW YORK YANKEES’ SEASON

 

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To kick things off, I checked in with Max Frankel of Off the Bench Baseball to get his thoughts on the New York Yankees 2016 season. In many ways, it was a season that folks could probably look back on fondly. Despite the aging roster, the Bronx Bombers managed to make things exciting near the end of the year with Gary Sanchez captivating the imagination of the league. Max talks about the rookie phenom and much more in our little interview.

JFtC: If you could sum up the Yankees’ season in a paragraph, what would you say?

Max: 2016 was a genuine, actual, for real transformational season for the New York Yankees. A changing of the guard, if you will……

READ FULL POST at Jays From the Couch

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