ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney said today that teams all over the MLB will be forced to make some tough financial decisions. The New York Yankees made three moves today that might be signs of a bleak free agent offseason that Buster predicted. The Yankees have decided to decline the options of pitcher J.A. Happ and outfielder Brett Gardner.
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney joins Levack and Goz every Thursday thanks to Roland J Down Service Experts. With the World Series tied 1 - 1 we recap and look forward as we break down the matchup between the Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers. Plus how does Buster feel about MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred saying he'd like to keep some of the changes instituted in the 2020 COVID-19 MLB season?
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney joins us every week to give insight into the week's matchups and behind the scene news but today we start off remembering "The Chairman of the Board" Edward Charles "Whitey" Ford. Whitey Ford passed away yesterday at the age of 91. Buster who is one of the most liked men in all of baseball recounts a time he upset Ford in today's interview.
With the not so regular "regular season" coming to an end it's time to access just where the New York baseball teams are. The Yankees are coming off a terrible game against the Blue Jays and the Mets might have a new old leader headed to town. ESPN MLB insider Buster Olney joins Levack and Goz every Thursday thanks to Roland J Down Service Experts to let us know where the Yankees World Series hopes lie and if the Mets are on the right path.
Every Thursday during the MLB season ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney joins Levack and Goz with the latest news for the Yankees, Mets and all of Major League Baseball. It's a far better time to speak with Buster this week opposed to last week for Yankees' fans. The Bronx Bombers have been living up to their name against the Orioles and Blue Jays. Sadly it's not all good news for the Yankees in this weeks call with Buster. There's a realistic chance the Yankees could lose Brian Cashman.
The New York Yankees are coming off a feel-good win over the Toronto Blue Jays. The young guys stepped up with 21-year-old Deivi Garcia pitching seven innings of two-run ball and 23-year-old Gleyber Torres hitting a home run with four RBIs. So it's easy to forget that makes the Yankees 3 - 7 in their last 10 games. So what's the problem and more importantly how long will it take to fix it? ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney tells us if he believes this terrible patch of games can be fixed fast or mean big problems for the future of the Yankees.
It's been almost two weeks since we spoke to ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney and in those two weeks A LOT has changed. Just about every New York Yankees star is on the Injured List and the New York Mets have had a pretty bad run in with injuries as well. Put that together with one of the biggest "Unwritten Rules of Baseball" debates in years and it's a great day to get Buster on the phone.