The Chase for 28
BONUS: ALCS Game 2 Reaction (10/20/22)
Framber Valdez delivered one of the best starts of his postseason career Thursday night at Minute Maid Park by not allowing an earned run while striking out nine batters in seven innings to lead the Astros to a 3-2 win over the Yankees in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Minute Maid Park.
- Peraza Defense
- Judge Almost
- Offensive Struggles
Yankees 2023 Spring Roundup Weeks 1 & 2 (2/26/23) - CF28-060
In this episode, we discuss the latest news and updates surrounding the New York Yankees. We cover Derek Jeter's new role as a Fox Sports MLB analyst, Brett Gardner's reassignment of locker for spring training, and the potential interest in trading for starting pitcher Spencer Turnbull. Additionally, we touch on the start of the Yankees' spring training camp, Nestor Cortes' recovery from an injury, the possibility of trading Gleyber Torres, and the team's outlook on filling the left-fielder position. We also delve into Frankie Montas' recovery from shoulder surgery, DJ LeMahieu's return to spring training, and the position battle for the fourth outfielder job. Finally, we highlight Sweeny Murti's new role with MLB's social media team.
A Retired Numbers Debate (1/7/23) - CF28-059
CHECK US OUT ON YOUTUBE!SAVE $20 ON YOUR FIRST SEATGEEK ORDER WITH PROMO CODE: CHASEFOR28The Chatter: Hey Batter, BatterThe New York Yankees are one of the most successful and storied franchises in Major League Baseball, with a rich history of 27 World Series championships. As such, it's no surprise that the team has a long list of players whose numbers have been retired in their honor.The Yankees currently have 20 retired numbers. The most famous retired numbers belong to some of the greatest players in team history, including Babe Ruth (3), Lou Gehrig (4), Joe DiMaggio (5), and Mickey Mantle (7). More recent players to have their numbers retired by the Yankees include Derek Jeter (2) and Mariano Rivera (42).But what about players who may have had successful careers with the Yankees, but not what many would call "All-Time Greats"? Some candidates in this realm include Jorge Posada (20), Paul O'Neill (21), Andy Pettitte (46), and Bernie Williams (51), all of whom played critical roles in the team's World Series championships from 1996-2009.Yankee TriviaWho is the Yankee hitter with the 5th most strikeouts in franchise history?AJ is on special assignment and I will be joined by my Dad, the Podcast Padre, during these dark Winter months.
Rodon to the Bronx (12/17/22) - CF28-058
CHECK US OUT ON YOUTUBE!SAVE $20 ON YOUR FIRST SEATGEEK ORDER WITH PROMO CODE: CHASEFOR28The Chatter: Hey Batter, BatterCarlos Rodon signs with the Yankees2023 Lineup ChatterWhat else will and should the Yankees do this offseason?Around MLBGleyber TorresAJ is on special assignment and I will be joined by my Dad, the Podcast Padre, during these dark Winter months.