Aroldis Chapman, the flamethrowing closer, made his debut last night for the New York Yankees.

The Cuban-born pitcher was suspended for the first 30 games of the season because of domestic violence allegations stemming from an offseason incident.

What was the reaction like for ESPN and ESPN NYs Ryan Ruocco? He joined us today to find out.

Furthermore, we talked to Ruocco about Joe Girardi's desire to ban the shift in baseball. What does he think? How could it be implemented if the shift was altered?

Then we switched to the New York Knicks talk - who would Ruocco have liked to see the Knicks grab as their next head coach? I wanted to see Scott Brooks get the job, but he went to Washington.

Lastly, Ruocco often fills in for Mike and Mike, so we asked him how that show plays in to his sleep schedule.

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