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Category Archives: Interview
Yankees catcher Brian McCann was interviewed by MLB Network radio earlier today about the new home plate collision rule, and his confusion on what the guidelines for the rule are. Here's a clip from the radio interview: Interview courtesy of MLB Radio Network
Slade Heathcott hit a homerun in yesterday's game for the Trenton Thunder. It was his first homerun of the season after being the recipient of tons of hype and attention during spring training. The hype was deserving, as he looked like a player who had really progressed over the past year. He still looks like ...
With all of the high profile outfielders and major league close players in the Yankees system, it might shock you that the player in the system with the greatest power potential is a first baseman who just began his full season career in Low-A. Greg Bird, the 6-foot-3 first baseman, began his career with the ...
I was lucky enough to get a phone interview with Ben Gamel. Ben is the brother of major leaguer Mat Gamel. He had a solid 2012 season, batting .306/.342/.394/.737 on the season with two home runs, 19 stolen bases, and 61 RBI. This is his fourth season since signing with the Yankees, and he has ...
David Adams is one of the best bats the New York Yankees system has to offer. The 6-foot-2 second and third baseman drafted out of the University of Virginia has been one of the most consistent forces in a potent Trenton Thunder lineup this season. Two years ago, in the middle of a dream season, he ...
I got a chance to interview Joe Girardi this morning a bit at Yankee Stadium. It wasn't a one-on-one, but a group setting with Mets manager Terry Collins there and a gaggle of Mets bloggers as well so I didn't get to go in depth with Girardi, but I did get to ask him a ...
I had a chance to sit down and interview Pat Venditte over the phone, and man what a great guy he is. He had a great personality, and even stayed on the phone with my girlfriend's cat meowing obnoxiously in the background while he was trying to answer questions. After having a chance to talk ...
The New York Yankees selected Hayden Sharp out of high school with their 18th round draft pick in 2011. He hails from Oklahoma and was a three sport athlete in high school. Now you will all get to meet him through the wonderful social network known as Twitter. Just to clarify, a Twitterview is an interview ...