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Wednesday Why?! With Levack and Goz (4/26)
Each Wednesday at 4pm, Levack and I discuss the most confusing sports stories in a segment simply called "WHY?!". It could be a coaching decision, a team, a player movement or something else. Each week we are presented with a story that has happened in the past week in sports …
Grading Jordan Montgomery’s Debut
The Yankees finally named their fifth starter of their five man rotation, Jordan Montgomery the young Lefty got the call. Montgomery is a four pitch pitcher. He has a fastball that tops out around 96 MPH, a change up, slider and curve. The best part of all four of his pitches is they all come from t…
Goz’s 2017 MLB Predictions
This Sunday, the Major League Baseball regular season officially gets under way. The next six months with hopefully bring an end to the mentions of the Arizona Fall League and spring training baseball. (I pray that's true). Below are my thoughts on each division finish, the playoff qualifiers a…
Brett Gardner “Hunting” Greg Bird?
Why in the world is New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner "hunting" fellow team mate Greg Bird?  Well according to the above video, Gardner is "watching" Greg Bird rather than "hunting". The semi-Crocodile Hunter parody shows Gardne…
Yankees Sticking To Script
The New York Yankees aren’t changing their game plan, and the signing of Chris Carter to a one year contract for $3 million further proves that point. The Yankees don’t break the bank, but still add Carter who led the National League in home runs last season with 41..…
Yankees Adjusting Old Model
The New York Yankees got their man in the 28-year old left handed closer Aroldis Chapman, and all it cost them was money. The Yankees gave the free agent Chapman a five year contract for $86 million dollars, but what is key is that they did not have to part ways with any other players...
Tim Kurkjian Joins Big Board Sports
Aroldis Chapman came back to the New York Yankees like a boomerang. After being dealt to the Chicago Cubs at the trade deadline and helping the Cubbies capture a World Series, the two sides are reunited in what is the richest deal for a reliever in Major League Baseball history...
MLB Legend Willie Randolph Joins Big Board Sports
Willie Randolph is a baseball legend that fans of both New York teams still hold near and dear. A six time all star, former Silver Slug award winner, and two time World Series champion with the Yankees, Randolph is held in the highest regard among everyone in the baseball community...
Yankees Lean On More Youth
The New York Yankees hand will be forced to throw even more youth out on the field. The loss of starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi for the rest of this season and next due to a torn flexor tendon and partially torn UCL, means that the Bronx Bombers will have to turn to the likes of 25-year old Chad Gre…
A-Rod Making The Right Call
I really can't speak for the Miami Marlins and what they were thinking when they said they'd consider bringing Alex Rodriguez into the fold, but at least A-Rod is sticking to his decision to not play another game this season. For the Marlins, who are in the thick of the National League wil…

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