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The Pinstripe Alley Festivus Podcast. It’s a tradition unlike any other — one as old as time itself. And by time, we mean, uh, 2013, co-opted from a goofy TV thing that aired in 1997, and one that has been dormant for a few years. Maybe call this a soft reboot of the idea, à la “Spider Man: Homecoming.” Anyway, that doesn’t really matter. The 2021 …
 
John Stolnis, Kris Willis and Ashley MacLennon set the table for the World Series showdown between the Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros! Presented by T-Mobile Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
It's been a couple weeks at this point, but the Yankees' 2021 season is over. It lasted just one game longer than the rest of the American League playoff field, as the Red Sox clobbered them in the Wild Card Game at Fenway Park. It was a bummer, but of course not all that surprising given how the year had progressed. Kunj and Andrew didn't return t…
 
Talent from all around SB Nation come together to preview the MLB AL Playoffs as John Stolnis, Ashley MacLennon and Andrew Mearns debate all the biggest topics and make their predictions! Presented by T-Mobile Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
The Yankees did not make it easy. Oh sure, they looked like they might wrap up a Wild Card spot in due time after taking five of six on the road from the division rival Red Sox and Blue Jays. Then, they ran into the Tampa Bay buzzsaw and narrowly avoided a tiebreaker by winning, 1-0, on the season's final day -- thanks in no small part to the pitch…
 
Leave it to the Yankees to wring every last bit of drama out of this wayward 2021 season. A week after looking so uninspiring against Baltimore and Cleveland that Andrew and Kunj were close to writing them off, they’ve roped 'em back in with consecutive sweeps of the Rangers at home (yawn) and the Red Sox at Fenway (wait, what?). Giancarlo Stanton …
 
Last week, when we saw that the Yankees had Baltimore on Cleveland on deck, we said that with tougher opponents awaiting them at the end of 2021, the Bombers had to capitalize. Instead, they blew a golden opportunity to sweep the O's (dropping their eighth game of the season to the 102-loss team) and got pummeled by Cleveland at home on back-to-bac…
 
It's been a weird, rough stretch for the Yankees since their 13-game winning streak, but Kunj was fortunate enough to miss most of it while on vacation. He returned on Saturday though, and what do you know! It coincided with a Yankees victory to snap the seven-game losing streak. Maybe they were just sad without him. In all seriousness, the Wild Ca…
 
As noted on last week’s podcast, Kunj is on the other side of the world this week and avoiding Yankees baseball while soaking up the sun. That turned out to be a blissful plan, as he’s missed a disastrous pair of series between the weekend loss to the Orioles and the current Blue Jays bludgeoning. The Yankees have already lost their Wild Card lead …
 
We were fooled. We thought that maybe -- just to mix things up -- the Yankees would have a good West Coast trip. They even started strong, extending their winning streak in 60 years to 13 games with back-to-back victories in Oakland. Then ... they looked completely lost for four days in a row against the A's and Angels. Oof. Andrew and Kunj try to …
 
The Yankees simply haven't stopped winning since the last time Andrew and Kunj sat down to record a podcast. A solid five-game winning streak has bloomed into the club's longest such run in 36 years: 11 victories in a row. The Red Sox, Twins, and Braves have been swept aside, and the Bombers now have a three-game lead in the first Wild Card spot. A…
 
On July 5th, the Yankees trailed the Red Sox by 10.5 games. It's now August 19th, and after six and a half weeks, the Bombers have finally caught 'em and now lead the American League Wild Card race. It's been a little over a week since Andrew and Kunj's last podcast, so they went long on the wacky Royals series, the Field of Dreams Game and far-mor…
 
Andrew and Kunj discuss a promising 5-2 week of Yankees baseball that featured some pretty great games bookended by a couple frustrating ones. On the bright side, they mostly took of business with Baltimore before nabbing three of four from the Wild Card rival Mariners over the weekend. They were legitimately fun wins! The team is doing as much as …
 
After a busy, busy trade deadline, Andrew and Kunj reconvene to discuss all of the Yankees' moves, led of course by the tragic DFA-ing of Sal Romano, "The Big Cheese." We miss you already, buddy. In reality, the Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo trades were of course the focus, and the deals featuring Andrew Heaney, Luis Cessa, Justin Wilson, and Clay H…
 
Andrew and Kunj are back on the PSA Podcast beat this week, and the weekend in Boston went so poorly that the two-game mini-sweep of the Phillies wasn't mentioned even once. That's how much of a great time the Yankees had at Fenway, where Chad Green, Jonathan Loaisiga, and Brooks Kriske all experienced spectacular meltdowns in a four-game series lo…
 
At one point, Andrew and Kunj thought that there might not be enough to talk about for a podcast so soon after the most recent edition went live last Thursday. Then, well, Aaron Judge and several other Yankees got COVID, Luke Voit ended up back on the injured list, and suddenly, the Yankees' lineup against the Red Sox featured an outfield of Ryan L…
 
The last time Andrew and Kunj podcasted, the first half was essentially over, as half of the Yankees' season had already been played. Well, now we're beyond the math, as the All-Star break and MLB Draft are both behind us. The Yankees officially kick off the second half on Thursday night against the Red Sox, and they still have so much to prove. Th…
 
MLB great John Kruk joins Sam Wilson, John Stolnis, Brady Klopfer and a host of community guests from around SB Nation to watch the 2021 MLB Home Run Derby! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
SB Nation’s all-star cast (Sam Wilson, John Stolnis, Eric Stephen and guest Jeremy Brener) breaks down everything that happened in the 1st round of the 2021 MLB Draft! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation
 
SB Nation welcomes you to it’s coverage of the 2021 MLB All-Star Week, powered by T-Mobile! On today’s episode, Sam Wilson, John Stolnis, and Brady Klopfer break down the rosters, set the state of the league, discuss trade rumors PLUS Talking Chop's Demetrius Bell joins the show to talk about the move from Georgia to Colorado! Learn more about your…
 
As it turns out, Andrew picked a good week to go to the beach. Since the last podcast, the Yankees were embarrassed by the Red Sox, Angels, and Mets in order, and their best pitchers (Gerrit Cole and Aroldis Chapman) looked more suspect than ever. Isn’t chaos great? Andrew and Kunj caught up on this dismal 2-7 stretch of Yankees baseball that only …
 
The Yankees beat our lowly expectations from last week and actually took care of business quite handily against the Blue Jays and A’s! They swept their division rival in Buffalo (a house of horrors in 2020), and then took two out of three at home from the AL West leaders. Sure, they were aided along the way by the hot bat of Gary Sánchez, but they …
 
Another weekend has come and gone, and it brought more Yankee disappointment that sadly did not vanish when we hit midnight on Monday. The glum vibes are still ever-present, as the Yankees saw a standard sweep in Minnesota snatched away from them by a terrible Aroldis Chapman, and then promptly got swept out of town themselves in a two-game weekend…
 
To quote Bruce Banner, “So, this is all seems ... horrible.” A week after podcasting in frustrated fury following the Yankees’ sweep at the hands of the Tigers, we must do essentially the same thing — albeit this time without cursing and more of a deflated exhaustion with this endlessly frustrating group of hitters. The Yankees only managed a four-…
 
Corey Kluber's no-hitter feels like a million years already, right? Andrew and Kunj's most recent podcast came out on the day that he made his first post-no-no start with the Yankees on a six-game winning streak. Since then, Kluber got hurt, Luke Voit returned to the IL, Giancarlo Stanton came back ice cold, and the Yankees' offense continued its h…
 
Last week, Andrew and Kunj published the latest podcast on Wednesday morning. Since then, the Yankees’ starting pitchers have yet to allow a single run — a remarkable scoreless stretch of 35 straight innings. That’s been the secret sauce to the Yankees’ six-game winning streak, which helped them take three of four against the Rangers and then sweep…
 
It’s been a strange week in Yankee Land. The team suddenly had to deal with several post-vaccination cases of COVID-19 that sidelines members of their coaching staff and Gleyber Torres, Aaron Hicks and Giancarlo Stanton hit the injured list with very different ailments, someone named Ryan LaMarre joined the outfield, and, oh yeah, the Yankees won b…
 
In the past week, the Yankees have done well against some decent teams! The beat both the Astros and Nationals two games out of three at home, and the two losses just so happened to be the bullpen’s first two meltdowns of the season. They weren’t going to be perfect all year long, so as annoying as the L’s were, they weren’t too hard to shake off. …
 
After an up-and-down series split in Baltimore, the Yankees came home to the Bronx and took care of business over the weekend against the Tigers. They swept perhaps the worst team in baseball out of town and returned to .500 for the first time since April 12th. This all means that Andrew and Kunj got to have a mostly positive podcast! Isn’t that ni…
 
Andrew and Kunj wanted this podcast to be an enjoyable one. They really did. They thought that it would be all pleasant after the series victory in Cleveland! And don’t worry, they still talked about those awesome 3-0 rallies and Gerrit Cole outdueling Shane Bieber again. They were determined to some positives! Gio Urshela, Kyle Higashioka, and som…
 
There's no easy to say this: Andrew and Kunj have had dentist appointments more enjoyable than the past week of Yankees baseball. The team is winless since our last recording, having dropped five in a row while suffering an embarrassing home sweep at the hands of the Rays. Andrew and Kunj gradually run through everything going wrong with the team, …
 
Andrew and Kunj discuss the three different kinds of Gerrit Cole starts so far — tough-luck loss, overpowering win, and grind-it-out win — while also bringing up the value of his good rapport with backup catcher Kyle Higashioka. It’s clear that Higgy should receive the lion’s share of Cole starts over Gary Sánchez, but they still think it’s importa…
 
Opening Day has come and gone, and the Bronx Bombers have begun the season led by the half of their team that was supposed to be more of a question mark — their pitching staff. Although an up-and-down offense has allowed them to drop two games early on, the men on the mound have permitted just 11 runs in 5 games. Not too shabby. This podcast was re…
 
It’s Opening Day Eve and well past time for another podcast! The Yankees will begin their 2021 season tomorrow afternoon against the Blue Jays, and we’re ready to see some regular season baseball again. Andrew and Kunj caught up on the latest spring training news, focusing on the unfortunate Luke Voit injury that has led us to “Opening Day first ba…
 
As the spring training schedule is now past the halfway point, it’s time for a new podcast episode with Andrew and Kunj to discuss the various goings-on. Setup man Zack Britton has unfortunately hit the injury shelf, and that loss is the first topic of discussion. The Yankees will miss his steady presence in the bullpen. Fortunately, manager Aaron …
 
Now that the Grapefruit League has begun, there is actually some vaguely real baseball to watch! Fully aware of the goofiness of the extremely small number of games, Andrew and Kunj talk about what they've liked so far from Gary Sánchez and Jameson Taillon, why Tom was correct on Gerrit Cole working with Sánchez, Clarke Schmidt's elbow strain, and …
 
In the time since Andrew and Kunj's last podcast, there has been some more baseball activity. Lefty reliever Justin Wilson signed a contract to return to the Yankees’ bullpen, Jay Bruce and Robinson Chirinos came aboard as minor league free agents, James Paxton officially bid farewell to New York by rejoining the Mariners, the minor leagues were re…
 
Andrew and Kunj reboot the original Pinstripe Alley Podcast to talk about the Yankees’ relatively busy offseason, discussing the return of DJ LeMahieu, the additions of Corey Kluber, Jameson Taillon, and Darren O’Day, and our sadness at the departure of Masahiro Tanaka. That guy ruled and we miss him already. We also made fun of Rockies management …
 
In their final episode, Shaun and Ryan look back on their most memorable interviews and favorite Yankee moments that occurred during the podcast's two and half year run, and of course, thank all the listeners for their support. Thanks to everyone for a great experience! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
DJ LeMahieu still isn't a Yankee, the starting rotation is still loaded with question marks outside of Gerrit Cole, and an uneventful Winter Meetings has come and gone. Shaun and Ryan discuss the reality that outside of bringing back LeMahieu, the Yankees may very well have no other plans on their offseason checklist, and what that would mean for t…
 
Former Yankee star Robinson Cano is suspended for the entire 2021 season due to another positive PED test, prompting Shaun and Ryan to discuss Cano's legacy, and if passing on signing the second baseman to a big deal back in 2013 has turned out to be the right move. Plus, with the Mets now in need of a second baseman, could new owner Steve Cohen ge…
 
DJ LeMahieu received a qualifying offer from the Yankees, while James Paxton and Masahiro Tanaka did not. Shaun and Ryan react to the no-brainer move to offer LeMahieu, and the relatively surprising decision to not offer Tanaka the $18.9 million. Plus, if neither Tanaka or Paxton come back, how does the rotation look in 2021? Learn more about your …
 
The World Series, and the 2020 baseball season, is officially over. Shaun and Ryan discuss the series and Kevin Cash's infamous decision to pull Blake Snell, and the news of Justin Turner's positive COVID-19 test afterward. Plus, who should the Yankees extend qualifying offers to, and will any of James Paxton, DJ LeMahieu or Masahiro Tanaka accept …
 
It's time to give out grades for the 2020 season, from the front office to every contributing player on the roster. Shaun and Ryan discuss why each player received each grade, and how the team as a whole should be graded after once again falling short of the World Series. Plus, a big Happy Birthday to Shaun! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
The season is over, management has held their postmortem press conferences, and it's time to talk about the failure of the 2020 season and what it means for the Yankees moving forward. Shaun and Ryan banter about what went wrong, what needs fixing to make 2021 a success, and the big questions that need to be answered this winter. Learn more about y…
 
After all the concern about the Yankee offense heading into the postseason, the Bombers broke out for 22 runs over two games to sweep Cleveland and advance to the ALDS. Shaun and Ryan recap all the action, from Gio Urshela's heroics and Giancarlo Stanton's encouraging at-bats to Gerrit Cole's dominance and Aaron Boone's questionable decisions. Plus…
 
The postseason is here, with the Yankees backing their way into the playoffs after struggling over the final week of the season. Cleveland awaits in the first round, boasting one of the best pitching staffs in the league but one of the worst offenses. Shaun and Ryan break down where the Yankees have an advantage, how much stock to take into their p…
 
The regular season is quickly winding down, but there is still important matters to be settled, like where the Yankees will begin October baseball. Shaun and Ryan discuss the importance of home field, even without crowds, and who should be the team's game three starter for the first round. Plus, why the Yanks should stick with Kyle Higashioka behin…
 
Well, last episode seems like a lifetime ago. The Yankees appear to have turned a corner in a big way, rolling along on a winning streak that has included a 20-run outburst and six dingers in back-to-back games for the first time in franchise history. Shaun and Ryan discuss it all, from the hot bats of Luke Voit, DJ LeMahieu and Clint Frazier to th…
 
Another day, another blown lead by the Yankees. Shaun and Ryan try (and fail) to keep level heads about the normally reliable bullpen arms failing to get the job done, and what to make of the struggles of Gerrit Cole, Brett Gardner and others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
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