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Pinstripe Alley Podcast Episode 88: Rampant cockroach infestation

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Michael Pineda is awful! Mark Teixeira is now a worse Lyle Overbay! Ivan Nova might have caused a "rampant cockroach infestation!" THE YANKEES ARE GREAT.

"HOW WERE THOSE PITCHES HIT?!?!"
"HOW WERE THOSE PITCHES HIT?!?!"
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So... it has come to this.

The Yankees are really bad right now, you guys. Fresh off the Yankees' first road sweep at the hands of the Blue Jays in 16 years and four games under .500, I recorded a podcast with Tanya and Greg. It was... um... an experience. "Peak bleak," if you will.

Keep your ears open for Michael Pineda getting scary comparisons to Brian Matusz, Joe Kelly, and Clay Buchholz (all of whom ended up in the bullpen, mind you), pining for Greg Bird, terrible song references, and a harrowing preview of the upcoming free agent classes. Oh, and Ivan Nova's cockroach buddies. Of course. As Greg said, the Yankees' offense is basically a rampant cockroach infestation on its own.

Intro: "La Cucaracha" - Gipsy Kings
Outro: "Scars" - Papa Roach (condolences if you listen that far)

Podcast link (Length: 1:19:40)

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