CC Sabathia vs. Charlie Morton/Johnny Wholestaff.
Suddenly the Yankees are one win away from an unlikely World Series appearance.
Suspensions are coming and the Yankees may be very short-handed in their playoff push.
Ben and Sam discuss Cubs prospects and (at the end of the episode) Joe Girardi’s managerial decision, then talk about the Pirates’ loss and answer some listener emails.
The Yankees’ third baseman marks another square in his game of injured body part bingo.
Looking back at the winter that brought Joe Girardi and Alex Rodriguez back to the Bronx.
Ben and Sam discuss Joe Girardi’s decision(s) not to pinch-hit for any of his left-handed hitters late in Game Three of the ALCS.
The Yankees’ manager is known for his use of a stat-packed binder, but in practice, he makes many of his moves on faith.
The Yankees finally drive a stake into the heart of the Orioles behind another strong effort from CC Sabathia. Ben breaks down the series inside.
In the defining move of his career, Joe Girardi went with his gut. It worked.
More access to Joe Girardi doesn’t make for a more interesting story, which explains why Gay Talese’s new profile of the Yankees’ skipper can’t compare to “Silent Season.”
The Yankees’ double switch on Saturday leads to a dumbshow in the outfield.