WFAN Morning Show: 'The John Flaherty Report' Season FinaleThe Yankees failed to close the deal in Houston. Therefore, it will be the Astros representing the AL in the World Series, not the Bombers.
30 With Murti Podcast: John Flaherty Reflects On 3 Decades In The GameJohn Flaherty's experiences from being a 25th-round draft pick to playing in the World Series make for interesting stories, with lessons from Hall of Fame teammates and managers along the way.
B&C Morning Show: John Flaherty Eventually Calls InJohn Flaherty was scheduled to join the program just after 9 a.m. - but apparently that didn't fit the YES Network analyst's plans because when 9 o'clock rolled around, Flaherty could not be found.
B&C Morning Show: John Flaherty Is Pumped For The Subway SeriesWith the Subway Series fast approaching, Al Dukes reached out to one of the best analysts in the business. I'm talking of course about John Flaherty, who is one who still gets pumped-up when the two New York teams hook-up for interleague play.
B&C Morning Show: John Flaherty Talks Yankees Baseball Better Than MostFor Boomer and Craig's money, there's not a better baseball analyst around than John Flaherty.
B&C Morning Show: John Flaherty Talks Yankees With Boomer & CartonWith the Red Sox and Yankees battling out in the Bronx, Boomer & Craig instructed Al "Hughes" Dukes to book John Flaherty to call in and offer his take.
B&C Morning Show: John Flaherty Talks Yankees With Boomer & CartonJohn Flaherty joined Boomer & Craig on Tuesday to talk about the Bombers, who open up a three-game set at the Stadium against the Kansas City Royals...
B&C Morning Show: John Flaherty, Sweeny Murti Preview Opening DayThe YES Network's John Flaherty and WFAN's Sweeny Murti joined Boomer & Craig on this Opening Day to offer a little preview of the Bronx Bombers.
B&C Show Blog & Audio: Live To Play Another DayThe Yankees and their fans may not have gotten the performance they expected from their ‘hefty-lefty’ CC Sabathia last night in the Bronx, but lucky for them his outing was good enough.
Hot Topic: October 21 The Bombers head to Texas down 3-2, and their fate now rests on the shoulders of Phil Hughes. Will Phil rise to the challenge, or wrinkle like a cheap suit?
Kallas Remarks: Making Hughes StepsPhil Hughes is becoming a much better pitcher. And it’s simply because of one thing – his ability (or willingness) to throw off speed stuff (mainly his curveball) for strikes when he has two strikes on a batter.
B&C Show Blog & Audio: Jerry Takes ExceptionThe Blonde Bomber got things started Wednesday morning by reading a list of Tuesday night’s winners and losers...