30 With Murti Podcast: Former Major Leaguer Ray FosseThis week on "30 With Murti," Sweeny sits down Ray Fosse, former catcher and now broadcaster for the Oakland A's.
Murti: If Pitchers Don't Respect Alex Rodriguez's Bat, It's Going To Be Long Year For HimA-Rod enters Tuesday night's game against the Oakland Athletics batting .118 with two home runs.
Sweeny: Yankees' Super Prospect Kaprielian Dominating A-Ball HittersThe Yankees believe James Kaprielian, their first-round draft pick last June, could be a quick mover in their farm system. The teams he is facing along the way want that to be the case.
30 With Murti Podcast: 'West Wing' Alum Richard SchiffEpisode 3 of the “30 With Murti” podcast features Emmy Award-winning actor Richard Schiff, who played Toby Ziegler, White House Director of Communications, on NBC’s The West Wing for seven seasons.
Sweeny: Yankees Doing Their Best To Handle Brutal Baseball WeatherThankfully, the Yankees play the next three games in a dome, and hopefully with the roof closed in frigid Toronto.
30 With Murti Podcast: Yankees Dynasty Architect Gene MichaelGene "Stick" Michael remains an integral part of the Yankees organization. He recently sat down for an interview with beat reporter Sweeny Murti.
'30 With Murti' Podcast: Yankees Manager Girardi Talks 2016 SeasonIn Episode 1, Sweeny sits down with Yankees manager Joe Girardi and the two discuss the upcoming 2016 season, which will open Monday against the visiting Houston Astros.
Sweeny: CC Sabathia's Place Is In The RotationCC Sabathia’s rotation spot will still likely be there for him when Yankees manager Joe Girardi makes his final roster and rotation decisions Thursday.
Best Of Mike & Mad Dog: The Guys Buy Pizzas For Reporters Camped Out At Yankee StadiumOn Oct. 13, 2005, with the Yankees fresh off an ALDS defeat at the hands of the Angels, reporters were gathered in the Yankee Stadium clubhouse waiting to interview players who stopped by to clear out the lockers.
Sweeny: More Than Anything, Yankees Need Ellsbury To Stay On FieldThe Yankees have a small margin for error at several positions, which is why a player like Jacoby Ellsbury needs to stay healthy and get back to being who he once was.
Sweeny: Romine Finally Looks Ready To Be Yankees' Backup CatcherWhen the Yankees drafted Austin Romine in the second round back in 2007, they probably hoped it would take less than nine years for him to stick on the major league roster.
Sweeny: Talk Of Kids Is Nice, But Older Yankees To Drive 2016 BusWhile it's nice to discuss prospects and the future, the Yankees of today need to stay healthy and, more importantly, perform up to their abilities.

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