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August 21, 2017

As some of you may already know, we at NYY Sports Talk have released our first Yankee's Podcast episode featuring Vic DiBitetto.  Vic has become a well known comedic figure after his "Bread and Milk" YouTube video went viral before a bad snow storm hit the east coast.  But, for us Yankee fans, he is most known for his hilarious "Yankee Locker Room" skits.  Take a look for yourself below. I believe this video was after a game the Yankees lost in Baltimore last season. CC started the game, they were an inning away from a big win, and the rain came. We came back from the delay and blew the game. **Explicit Language - Viewer Discretion**  

Vic's career has truly taken off over the last couple of years.  His most popular video has over 16,000,000 views.  It was an honor to have him on to kick off our NYY Sports Talk Podcast.  If you'd like to take a listen to our interview with Vic, below is Episode 1 - The Debut.

Looking ahead to Episode 2, being released on 8/23, w...

August 20, 2017

I'm not going to ramble on with any theories or clever phrases. I'm not going to give my opinion on what could take him out of this awful slump. I'm going to sit back and allow Aaron Judge's statistics create the narritive. That's the beauty of numbers, they don't lie. Here are some alarming numbers between Judge's first and second half that make you wonder, "Who is the real Aaron Judge?"

1st half - 84 games / 2nd half - 34 games

STRIKE OUT PERCENTAGE

1st half - 36.2%

2nd half - 47.5% 

AB Between HR

1st half - 10
2nd half - 17 

BA/OBP/SLG

1st half - .329/.448/.691
2nd half - .175/.338/.367 

And lastly, the MOST ALARMING stat in my opinion : 

BA On Balls Put In Play

1st half - .426

2nd half - .246

This afternoon, at Fenway Park, Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees have an opportunity to keep their AL East hopes alive with what would be their biggest win of the season. Sonny Gray takes the mound against Rick Porcello, but I don't think the attention will be on either of the two. Today is Judgeme...

August 14, 2017

(Aroldis Chapman, after blowing yet another save. - NYPost.com) 

As many of you were settling into your beds getting ready for another work week, Aroldis Chapman took the mound to go to work himself. The Yankees $86 million closer was in the game in the ninth inning to preserve a hard fought 2-1 lead. The Yankees battled all night against the dominating Chris Sale but only managed one run over seven innings. Sale came in as advertised, striking out 12 Yankees. Not to be overshadowed, Rookie Jordan Montgomery pitched beautifully for 5.1 innings, allowing just one run. Montgomery, fresh from the farm and fresh from getting hit in the head while signing autographs Saturday, was able to match Sale and keep the Yankees in the game. Todd Frazier’s sacrifice fly in the 8th inning gave the Yankees the slimmest of leads, but one you expect your highly paid closer to protect. Yet, he didn’t. Last night’s loss is all on the left hand of #54.

Sure, you can complain about Aaron Judge striking ou...

August 12, 2017

(Aaron Hicks after his 2 run HR in the 8th inning - NYDailyNews.com) 

It sounded like the same song, just a different verse. The New York Yankees had men in scoring position but couldn’t drive them home. Their opponents used a couple of long balls to build a small but seemingly insurmountable lead. Then, leading off the 8th inning, Brett Gardner was innocently hit by a pitch. You figured it wouldn’t amount to anything. The Yankees futility in scoring runs recently conditioned you to feel that way. Then, somehow, Aaron Hicks just snuck in a two run home run down the right field line and it was like a weight had been lifted. Gary Sanchez singled and Aaron Judge walked to follow the home run. The “curse” was officially broken as Didi Gregorius and Todd Frazier followed with RBI singles. Even Jacoby Ellsbury got into the act hitting a single so hard that Didi couldn’t score from second. Ronald Torreyes was up next and capped off the scoring lining a sacrifice fly. Just like that, an offense...

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