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In this episode, Stacey dives into the two wins against the White Sox, singles out Sonny Gray’s surprisingly great performance on Tuesday, looks ahead to the Yankees’ opponents the next 10 days and discusses why the Yankees, even though they’re nine games back, still aren’t out of the race for the AL East.
(Editor’s note: Put the volume up after the intro music ends. My mic was low no matter what I did while recording. I also mistakenly said that the Yankees were going to Arlington to face Texas. They are not. They will be home. Sorry about that. ~SG)
Paxton starts, Tulo homers and Pettitte comes home
In today’s episode of Locked On Yankees, we discuss Monday’s win over Toronto, some individual performances, including Troy Tulowitzki’s, and we talk about Andy Pettitte’s new role within the Yankees organization.
Hicks gets paid, the Yankees play their first games & get hypnotized
In today’s episode of Locked On Yankees, Aaron Hicks gets paid, the Yankees play their first Spring Training games, some guys are showing off and the team gets hypnotized.
Notes from Spring Training | Hal speaks, CC retires and James Paxton
In today’s episode of Locked On Yankees, there’s a lot to talk about including some comments made by team owner Hal Steinbrenner, CC Sabathia’s retirement and as promised, Stacey goes in-depth on newest Yankees starter James Paxton.