Latest From The Afternoon Drive

LISTEN: Sabathia Tells WFAN He Expects To Play In World Series This SeasonWhen asked what his expectations are for the Yankees this season, CC Sabathia took a fraction of a second to give an answer.
Aaron Boone On WFAN: Yankees Still Have High Hopes For Miguel AndujarAlthough the Yankees traded for a player this week who could block Miguel Andujar from the starting job at third base, new manager Aaron Boone says the organization still very much believes in the young infielder.
LISTEN: Bobby Ojeda Says Matt Harvey Is FixableWFAN's "The Afternoon Drive" posed that question to former Mets pitcher Bobby Ojeda on Wednesday. Ojeda said he believes there is hope for Harvey.
LISTEN: Should Jets Offer Cousins $60M Guaranteed In 1st Year? 'The Afternoon Drive' Discusses.Would the Jets be crazy to offer Kirk Cousins a contract that would guarantee him $60 million in the first year?
LISTEN: 'Afternoon Drive' Discusses Whether Mets' Wheeler Should Be Frustrated About Vargas SigningZack Wheeler seemed somewhat annoyed when asked by reporters Friday about the Mets signing left-hander Jason Vargas.
LISTEN: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models Camille Kostek, Brenna Huckaby Visit WFAN's 'Afternoon Drive'Camille Kostek and Brenna Huckaby, two of the models who appear in the 2018 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, stopped by the WFAN's "The Afternoon Drive" on Wednesday.
Jon Heyman On WFAN: With Darvish Off Market, Cobb 'Most Likely' Pitcher Yankees Will SignThe Yankees failed to land Yu Darvish in free agency. So now what?
LISTEN: MMQB's Klemko Breaks Down Pros And Cons Of Baker Mayfield Joining Giants, JetsThere's a lot to like about Baker Mayfield, but will the Giants or Jets pull the trigger on him on draft day?
Joe Girardi Tells WFAN That Broadcasting Gig Will Be Fun Opportunity While He Awaits Next Manager JobFaced with the decision of sitting out the season or going into broadcasting, the former Yankees manager opted for the studio, making his debut on the MLB Network on Wednesday night.
LISTEN: Ken Rosenthal Discusses Growing Tension Between MLB, Players UnionTony Clark, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, blasted owners Tuesday over the the slow pace of the offseason free agent market, saying, "This year a significant number of teams are engaged in a race to the bottom."

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