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Hosted by Andrew Rotondi and Scott Reinen, The Bronx Pinstripes Show is a Yankees podcast focused on weekly news and on-field action with a dose of raw fan emotion, media and player interviews, and in-depth look at analytics. The show is not affiliated or associated with the New York Yankees, Major League Baseball, YES Network, or Barstool Sports.
 
The Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch is a weekly show that features interviews with members of the sports media about their work, as well as roundtables with sports media reporters about television, digital, audio/radio, print, and other forms of media. You can read Richard’s work at The Athletic and hear his words at Sportsnet 590 The Fan in Toronto.
 
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The guys start the episode talking about the Showalter-to-Torre transition and similarities between the '17 team and '96 team. Then they discuss news about suspensions and how a shortened or canceled season affects German, Cora, Hinch and Luhnow. What was the Yankees biggest mistake in free agency and what are the alternate realities of not signing…
 
On today’s brief history edition of The Bronx Pinstripes Show, Andrew discusses the Yankees departure from Buck Showalter and hiring of Joe Torre after the 1995 season. All event dates are currently TBD. Get in touch: @YankeesPodcast @Andrew_Rotondi @ScottReinen @sherman_ryan Submit to the mailbag: bronxpinstripes.com/podcast Call the voicemail lin…
 
Episode 94 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with The Washington Post sports media writer Ben Strauss. In this podcast, Strauss and Deitsch discuss how sports networks are programming amid COVID-19; what alternative programs have hit; the postponement of the Olympics and what that means for NBC; Fox committing…
 
Topics include what the Yankees Opening Day lineup would have looked like, MLB and the Players Association agreeing on criteria to start the season, service time and suspensions, and our reactions to Rob Manfred interview about the shutdown. Quarantine Corner: We discuss shows we are watching to pass the time. Mailbag questions: the number of games…
 
On today’s history edition of The Bronx Pinstripes Show, Andrew tells the story of how George Steinbrenner went from a Cleveland businessman with limited stake in the Yankees to one of the most powerful owners in sports.All event dates are currently TBD.Get in touch:@YankeesPodcast@Andrew_Rotondi@ScottReinen@sherman_ryanSubmit to the mailbag: bronx…
 
Episode 93 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with Chico Harlan, the Rome bureau chief for The Washington Post. He joined the paper in 2008 where his role was serving as the beat reporter for the Washington Nationals. In this podcast, Harlan discusses what his day to day life is currently like in Rome during th…
 
Despite the league shutdown, we are doing our AL East preview series. Kevin Weiss (@KevinWeiss_), host of LockedOn Rays podcast, joined the show to talk about how the shutdown will affect Tampa, their big-3 starting pitchers, Kevin Cash, winning with less strategy, strong farm system, and why St. Petersburg is the worst location for their stadium. …
 
Despite the league shutdown, we are doing our AL East preview series. Chad Jennings (@chadjennings22) of The Athletic Boston joined the show to discuss the crazy last half-year in Red Sox land, including their involvement in the sign stealing scandal and when their punishment will come out, Dave Dombrowski and Alex Cora firings, and the Mookie Bett…
 
Episode 92 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with ESPN SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt. In this podcast, Van Pelt discusses how his show is adapting to the current COVID-19 crisis; what working at ESPN’s Connecticut headquarters is currently like; what it was like being on the air when the NBA announced its…
 
On today’s show the guys discuss how they are each coping with the quarantine, Yankees “news” including an injury update on Judge, team workouts and Paxton doing cartwheels, what they’ll miss most during the shutdown, unanswered questions about player salary, service time issues and the draft, and Tom Brady leaving the Patriots led us to ask the qu…
 
There have been four major events that caused shortened seasons in Major League Baseball history. In this episode, Andrew goes through the reasons for them and how it impacted the Yankees and other teams around the league – from the 1918-19 seasons being affected by WW1, to the first players’ strike in 1972, the 1981 split season, and the infamous …
 
Despite the league shutdown, we are doing our AL East preview series. Arden Zwelling (@ArdenZwelling) from Sportsnet Toronto and host of At The Letters Podcast, joined the show to talk about how the Jays are handling the shutdown, recap their offseason, all their young talent including Vlad Jr, Bichette, and Biggio, and their 2020 outlook whenever …
 
Episode 91 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with Dr. Celine Gounder and Grant Wahl. Dr. Gounder is a practicing HIV/infectious diseases specialist and internist and epidemiologist. She is currently working as a CNN analyst and hosts of the podcast “Epidemic With Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain.” Wahl is a…
 
Despite the league shutdown, we are doing our AL East preview series. Connor Newcomb (@ConnorNewcomb_), host of LockedOn Orioles and play-by-play announcer for Johns Hopkins, joins the show to discuss the MLB shutdown and how it’s impacting the Orioles, what he’s looking forward to this season in Baltimore, Trey Mancini’s health and trade status, h…
 
The guys discuss the Yankees voting to stay in camp, Coronavirus impact on the league, players, workers, and more, things MLB can experiment with in 2020, silver lining for the Yankees injuries, and how the short season will help AL East teams. Call the voicemail line and leave your Out of Left Field story: 646-480-0342.Today’s show is sponsored by…
 
We react to the news that MLB has suspended spring training and pushed opening day at least two weeks due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We discuss the weekend events being canceled, the escalation of everything in the past 24-hours, MLB contingency plans that have been talked about, and video games (surprisingly). 2020 Events: https://shop.bronxpins…
 
Guess what? More Yankees are injured this week. Andrew and Scott discuss Aaron Judge’s fractured rib and how the Yankees medical team missed yet another injury, Giancarlo Stanton won’t be ready for opening day, Gerrit Cole’s first hiccup (relax!), Gary Sanchez’s sore back, standout players in spring training, and MLB news lightning round. Mailbag q…
 
Episode 90 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand. In this podcast, Deitsch and Ourand discuss Tony Romo’s decision to re-sign with CBS; what we know about the negotiations and ESPN’s interest; the impact of Romo’s record-breaking salary; how this helps or does no…
 
Andrew and Scott discuss the fallout from the Severino injury, Stanton’s calf strain, Judge not taking swings yet, Andujar vs Frazier in the outfield, and a lighting round of MLB news stories. Mailbag questions about filling the rotation hole left by Sevy, Cashman’s bad contracts, when the last time the Yankees rotation went to plan, and what Yanke…
 
Episode 89 of the Sports Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch features a conversation with Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand. In this podcast, Deitsch and Ourand discuss what a 17th NFL game and extra postseason games would mean for media rights holders; what outlets could be bidding on a new package; how the XFL is doing viewership-wise…
 
Scott is traveling this week so Andrew is joined by BP Show Producer, Ryan Sherman, to give their reactions to the terrible news that Luis Severino needs Tommy John surgery. They discuss rotation short- and long-term ramifications, the injury epidemic continuing, updated playoff odds, and more.2020 Events: https://shop.bronxpinstripes.com/collectio…
 
Dan Szymborski from FanGraphs (@DSzymborski) returns to the podcast to discuss the Yankees 2020 ZiPS projections, areas of strengths and weaknesses, player comps, ZiPS top 100 prospects, and of course — the cheating scandal!Today’s show is sponsored by:—BetOnline.AG: Go to BetOnline.AG and use code BLUEWIRE for a 50% welcome bonus.2020 Events: http…
 
Another day, another Yankees injury. We discuss Severino being shut down with forearm soreness, but in a stunning turn of events, we’re trying to stay optimistic! Other topics include Judge’s shoulder issue, the first spring training game, Manfred vs the players association, Teixeira’s quotes about how the Yankees used video replay in 2014-16, Orti…
 
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