Keidel: As Verlander Reminded The Yankees, Pitching Still RulesSo the magical run hit a roadblock, at least for one night. That's what happens when a super-human pitcher does his thing.
Hartnett: Third Period In Loss To Isles Might Be Turning Point For RangersI’m getting the impression that this team flipped the switch in the right direction in the third period and truly understood the level of commitment and effort it’s going to take to change fortunes for the better.
Palladino: Sabathia, Tanaka Proving To Worthy Investments For The FutureHad this magical train ride stopped at the wild-card game, how Brian Cashman viewed CC Sabathia and Masahiro Tanaka during the regular season probably wouldn’t have changed a bit.
Sweeny: 1 More Win And These Yankees Earn Their PinstripesTime to stop calling them Baby Bombers and call them by their given name -- Yankees. This is not a team on the rise anymore. This team has arrived.
WFAN Morning Show Podcast & MOTD: Oct. 20, 2017You can listen to — and download — all of the memorable audio from the latest edition of the WFAN Morning Show in one nice little package for your convenience.
WFAN Morning Show: NFL Week 7 Picks-Picks-Picks (Against The Spread)Finally on Friday the guys got to the wildly popular segment of the program where Boomer and Brian Jones offered up their “award-winning” NFL Picks-Picks-Picks against the spread for Week 7.
WFAN Morning Show: 'John Flaherty Report' Covers All The BasesThe "John Flaherty Report" has quickly become must-listen radio.
WFAN Morning Show: C-Lo Delivers An Epic Friday UpdateDecked-out in his Derek Jeter road jersey, Chris Lopresti made himself quite comfortable inside the Investors Bank Studio on Friday. He then delivered an update for the ages.
WFAN Morning Show: Damn It Feels Good To Root For The YankeesThe Yankees have certainly given their fans, Boomer included, plenty to cheer about this postseason.
Silverman: After Mile High Success, McAdoo Must Prove Worth Again Vs. SeattleHe has proven he is a worthy coach, maybe even more so than he did last year when the Giants were a playoff team with an 11-5 record.
Block: Cotto Reflects Ahead Of Final Fight: 'I've Done Enough'Miguel Cotto's journey began on Feb. 23, 2001, with a flurry of left hooks in Austin, Texas. It will end on Dec. 2 at his home away from home, Madison Square Garden.
Keidel: Yankees Making October Magic Again -- And Ahead Of ScheduleBut between the blossoming bats, stellar pitching, and native ambiance that clearly fuels the Yanks and strikes fear in foes, the Yankees find themselves nine solid innings from a most unlikely trip to the World Series.