It was awesome having sports broadcasting and play by play legend Bob Costas on our show on Thursday morning and afternoon.  He has covered and talked about so many sports throughout his career but is probably most well known for his Major League Baseball coverage and reporting.  The New York State Baseball Hall Of Fame induction ceremony is this Saturday November 11th at 4 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn in Troy.  Bob was inducted a few years ago and has been the MC before and recorded a promo for founder and President Rene LeRoux our good friend.  Bob talked about so many topics varying from the Hall of Fame itself, his favorite career moments, the Yankees, and the current state of the MLB.  Below is our full interview with him.

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MJ and I also had on Darryl Strawberry former New York Met and Yankee, Todd Zeile former New York Met and now SNY Analyst, Curtis Granderson former New York Met and New York Yankee, and Chris Chambliss former New York Yankee.  Below are all of those awesome interviews.

It should be another great induction ceremony as all of these players were all great for New York which as we know is not very easy to deal with.  Between the media and the fans it is very hard to find success as not everyone is built for it but they all were and are very deserving for the induction.  I really enjoyed having them on and hope we can talk to them again down the road thanks again to Rene LeRoux!

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