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Some Of My Favorite Interviews – Levack
Some Of My Favorite Interviews – Levack
It's impossible to list all my favorite interviews I've done over the last seven years here but as I sit here preparing to do my last few full-time shows there are a few that come to mind. There's obviously every time Buster Olney has been on the show but I actually consider him part of the show and more than just a guest. Obviously, the Super Bowl trips are the base for a lot of the ones I'm most proud of. Let me know if any interviews I've been lucky enough to do are your favorites, please. Here are a few top interviews in no particular order.
Buster Olney Predicts A 4-Way Battle For The AL East [LISTEN]
Buster Olney Predicts A 4-Way Battle For The AL East [LISTEN]
The New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox haven't even played each other yet and the Yanks have already played 42 games. With the Red Sox currently on top of the American League East is one of the bigger surprises of this young season the 19 games between them and the Yankees loom large in deciding the outcome of the division. ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney cautions fans of the two teams to not get tunnel vision because there's no shortage of competition in the AL East.
Gary Sanchez Is The Backup Catcher For The Yankees – Buster Olney [LISTEN]
Gary Sanchez Is The Backup Catcher For The Yankees – Buster Olney [LISTEN]
In ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney's weekly call with Levack and Bahl he made it very clear that New York Yankees' Gary Sanchez is not only catching on thin ice, but that ice may also have already broken. Buster also shared his thoughts on if the Yankees have turned the corner, Is Fransisco Lindor in real trouble with the Mets, and were the Angels wrong to DFA Albert Pujols.
Albany NLL Star Looks To Pick Up Where He Left Off Pre-Pandemic [INTERVIEW]
Albany NLL Star Looks To Pick Up Where He Left Off Pre-Pandemic [INTERVIEW]
I realize no one is happy the world of sports was forced to shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic but when you see what Reilly O'Connor was doing on the field pre pandemic it makes sense he's READY to get back to work. O'Connor's offensive game was never in question but after 27 goals in 18 games during the 2018-2019, then 19 goals in the 11 games before the 2019-2020 season was halted. The man is ready to get back to work.

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