How Subway Squawkers invaded Yankee Stadium for the Subway Series

Squawker Jon and I got to attend Game 2 of this year’s Subway Series in a sweet suite and Yankee…

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Introducing the first-ever Subway Squawkers podcast!

Squawker Jon and I have been kicking around the idea of doing a podcast for years. Finally, we are making…

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Tough Mudder is going to be on TV on the same day I am doing one!

Not only am I planning on doing a Tough Mudder on July 22 (if I survive the NYC Triathlon this…

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Aaron Judge is awesome, but enough with the ‘Face of Baseball’ nonsense already

Anyhow, like most Yankee fans, I’m very excited over the court of Aaron Judge. He is a bona fide star and his every at-bat is becoming an event. So what’s not to love? All the “face of baseball” hype.

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Getting ready for my first Tough Mudder

As if doing two marathons and two triathlons in 2017, along with a ton of other road races (more on…

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On turning 50, training for my second marathon, and trying to pick a running theme song

I turn 50 years old on February 28, and I want to do a lot of great, fun things as…

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Randy Levine’s comments about Dellin Betances are even worse than you think

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George Steinbrenner may have fired people on a whim, but his son Hal Steinbrenner seems to keep his front office…

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About that one time in sports history I was actually happy for Tom Brady

I wasn’t really excited over Super Bowl LI before last Sunday. The thing I was looking most forward to that…

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My evening at the 37th Annual Thurman Munson dinner

I had the honor of being invited to Tuesday’s annual Thurman Munson dinner, held at the Grand Hyatt on 42nd…

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My Ballot for MLB’s Hall of Fame for the Baseball Bloggers Alliance

Subway Squawkers belongs to a group of bloggers called the Baseball Bloggers Alliance. And each year, we vote on Major League…

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Join me in doing a Tough Mudder this summer (or do it by yourself) and get 15% off!

I have a busy year of fitness events planned so far — another marathon in April, three half marathons in…

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This year’s Thurman Munson dinner looks to be an excellent one

On Tuesday, February 7, I am going to be covering the 37th Annual Thurman Munson Awards Dinner at the Grand…

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I did it! How I ran the New York City Marathon

A few extremely improbable things happened in November: the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, Donald Trump was elected president,…

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How positive thinking and the ‘best rain delay of all time’ helped the Chicago Cubs break the curse

I’m a strong believer that the mental/psychological part of baseball plays a bigger part in the game than people acknowledge….

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HOW POSITIVE THINKING AND THE ‘BEST RAIN DELAY OF ALL TIME’ HELPED THE CHICAGO CUBS BREAK THE CURSE

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I’m a strong believer that the mental/psychological part of baseball plays a bigger part in the game than people acknowledge….

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Box of Rain: My Morning Running the Staten Island Half Marathon

I have done two Spartan Races at Citi Field, but I never did a mud run. Until Sunday. Thanks to…

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On a Tragic Baseball Death, Bronx Running, and Gaining Perspective

I was outside an empty Yankee Stadium this morning when Squawker Jon told me the awful news: that Miami Marlins pitcher Jose…

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Is This Yankee Fan Squawker a Good Luck Charm for the Mets?

Fun news: I got another very cool invite from the good folks at Verizon, and had a fun evening last…

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Gary Sanchez for AL Rookie of the Year? It Should Happen!

Sorry I haven’t been Squawking much as of late. I’ve been busy in real life with a number of things,…

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A-Rod’s Bittersweet Symphony

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Lots to absorb from the A-Rod Yankee farewell, so I wanted to take it all in before Squawking on it….

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A ‘Rigid, Joyless Man’: Joe Girardi Is Acting Like a Weasel Over the A-Rod Issue

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I’ve been writing about Alex Rodriguez since 2006 in this space. And I’ve NEVER seen the media be on his…

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