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Pinstripe Alley Podcast Episode 103: Hoch if you got ‘em

Greg & Kunj discuss the Neil Walker signing and Tyler Norton interviews MLB.com writer Bryan Hoch about his new book, "The Baby Bombers"

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One of the best feelings in the world is when news drops at precisely the right moment. That’s why when the Yankees signed Neil Walker on Monday, Kunj and I were extremely happy. Not just because the Yankees got a quality second basemen. Mind you, that most certainly is a plus. It’s also because it pretty much created our main talking point hours before we recorded this episode. It’s like Brian Cashman wants to make us happy.

Also in the episode of the newly christened PSAP (pronounced Pah-sahp), managing editor Tyler Norton joins us to talk with special guest Bryan Hoch of MLB.com. The two of them discuss Hoch’s recently released book, The Baby Bombers: The Inside Story of the Next Yankees Dynasty. Hoch goes into a bit of detail regarding how the book came together, not to mention letting us know that Hal Steinbrenner and others in the front office do indeed check the fan blogs. Hi Hal. Also learn which Hoch prefers, pancakes or waffles. You know, the important stuff.

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