While an undergrad at Penn State, Murti interned at the FAN. After earning a degree in Communications, Sweeny was rehired by WFAN in 1993 where he worked as a producer. Then, after a one year stint at WIP in Philadelphia, Sweeny returned to WFAN as a 20-20 sports anchor in 1998. He became WFAN’s Yankees beat reporter in 2001.
In addition to his duties at WFAN, Murti has worked for the Yes Network, WCBS-TV Channel 2 New York and WIP Sportsradio in Philadelphia. He also traveled to Atlanta in 1996 and Sydney in 2000 to cover the Summer Olympics for Westwood One Radio.
Yankees’ legendary closer Mariano Rivera hinted a retirement when he met with the media on February 20th when pitchers and catchers reported to Spring Training.
Brian Cashman said that he has no issues with CC Sabathia’s weight and spoke about Michael Pineda and the Yankees’ DH plans.
Sweeny Murti discusses the Yankees’ rotation going into 2012, remaining free agent possibilities and the likelihood of trading A.J. Burnett.
Brian Cashman has returned to the Yankees and he shed some light on his off-season agenda when he spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon. Here are some of the more interesting tidbits…
Which one of us wouldn’t want to—ahem—throw our weight around for tens of millions more given the chance?
With two more years left on his five-year deal, and the postseason upon us, A.J. Burnett sat down with Sweeny Murti for half an hour on Wednesday.
Could it be A.J. Burnett’s last turn in the Yankees’ rotation? What happens if he doesn’t pitch well? What happens if he DOES pitch well?
Jorge Posada turns 40 years old today. It’s not his best season — he’s had some highs and he’s had some lows. But it’s almost certainly his last season as a Yankee.
As good as Jimenez has been, he is not being traded at the same level that Johan Santana and CC Sabathia were a few years ago. Remember—the Yankees twice traded for Javier Vazquez off the best year of his career, and he didn’t become what they had hoped either time.
Rockies pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez is interesting, but he’s not the perfect-fit, no-questions-asked upgrade Yankees fans have pined for since Cliff Lee escaped them last July and last December.
When the Yankees held the 6th overall pick in the 1992 draft, they picked shortstop Derek Jeter from Kalamazoo, Michigan. The rest, as they say, is history.
Alex Rodriguez is the player other major leaguers think is the most overrated? Makes me wonder why we bother asking them anything at all sometimes.
So this is what a simulated game looks like. CC Sabathia and Bartolo Colon both threw to minor league hitters at Steinbrenner Field, a 10am start time, game over in barely over an hour.
As the Yankees continue workouts in Tampa, A-Rod addressed the media for the first time on Monday, talking at ease about his health, his expectations for the coming season, and yes—even the Popcorn Debacle.
Every marriage has a few bumps in the road, a few arguments that turn a little more heated than you hoped they would. Welcome to Derek Jeter and the Yankees, married since 1992.