10 Questions in Quarantine with: Jim Leyritz

April 24, 2020

From his signature bat twirl to his big hits in the 1995 and 1996 Postseasons, Jim Leyritz gave Yankees fans a lot of fond memories, but did you know one of his fondest memories as a fan is the Yankees losing a World Series? It’s time to find that out and more in 10 Questions in Quarantine with Jim Leyritz.

 

 

While stuck in quarantine, if you could only watch three movies, which three would you pick?

 

1. Clue 
2. Ghost 
3. Les Miserables

   

 

What is your favorite TV show of all-time?

 

Friends

 

 

What is the best concert you have ever attended?

 


Luke Bryan

 

 

What is your favorite meal?

 

Skirt Steak and Chicken

 

 

What was your first part time job?

 

Commercial dry cleaners

 

 

Did you have a hidden talent you’d like to tell the readers about? If not, what is your favorite hobby?

 

Golfing

 

 

What is your favorite sports moment as a fan?

 

Cincinnati Reds 1976 World Series Championship
A Close second is witnessing Tiger Woods 2019 Masters victory 

 

 

If you didn’t play in the Major Leagues what do you think your career would have been?

 

Sports Commentary

 

 

You’ve had a lot of big hits in your career does one stand out as your favorite moment?

 

1995 walk off against Seattle in game 2 of ALDS. I caught all 15 innings of that game.

 

 

Is there one pitcher that you never faced that you wish you could have as sort of a “dream matchup” for you?

 

Sandy Koufax

 

 

You can follow Jim on Twitter @therealjleyritz

 

Stay tuned to our "Questions in Quarantine" as we have some great interviews being published throughout the next week!

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