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Pinstripe Alley Podcast Episode 48: Windy City Weirdball

The Yankees managed to eke out a win yesterday to win five of their last games, but the starting rotation is still giving us cause for concern.

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Thanks to some clutch #Cubes baseball, the Yankees won their game on Wednesday, and instead of sleepwalking to a three-game losing streak, they rallied to win their fifth game in their last seven. Funny how things like that can change in the blink of an eye!

[0:00] What the hell happened on Wednesday at Wrigley?
[7:30] How can the Yankees keep rolling with three starters who can only go about 5-6 innings?
[10:45] What kind of quality starting pitching can the Yankees pursue?
[17:42] Relievers who can go more than one inning--what a concept!
[21:41] Trying to figure out Yangervis Solarte, and basking in it.
[30:28] Some thoughts on the injuries to CC Sabathia, Michael Pineda, and Carlos Beltran
[34:09] Masahiro Tanaka and the sensation of #TanakaTime
[36:00] Tweetbag: Rob Refsnyder and the 2015 infield, LTL's recurring question about the 2015 rotation, hunter/gatherer?, Peter O'Brien, Jacoby Ellsbury, and CC's vesting option for 2017 (and future)
[53:11] Game: Which Yankee has more career homers in pinstripes?
[59:41] Yankee/Mitre of the Week

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