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It's the first two-part episode of "My First Ballgame!" There was just too much good stuff to cover with Joba Chamberlain. This Q&A is worth the wait ... we ask Joba to settle the old Mike Francesa question once and for all -- was he a starter or a reliever? What should the Yankees have done? We also find out what it was like to share a bullpen wit…
 
We are joined by Joba Chamberlain, who spent 10 seasons pitching in the big leagues from 2007 through 2016 with the Yankees, Tigers, Royals and Indians. In the first half of a two-part interview, Joba joins us in the DeLorean to revisit his Major League debut pitching for the Yankees on August 7, 2007, called up as a 21-year-old and entering in rel…
 
We are joined by Marc Carig, deputy managing editor for The Athletic, who has also covered Major League clubhouses as a beat reporter with the Orioles (2008), Yankees (2009-12, '18) and Mets (2012-17). Marc's work has appeared in Baseball Prospectus, the Newark Star-Ledger, Newsday, the Boston Globe and the Washington Post. Marc grew up in the San …
 
We are joined by Jack Curry of the YES Network, a two-time New York Times bestselling author who is looking to make it three with "Swing and a Hit: Nine Innings of What Baseball Taught Me," an upcoming collaboration with Paul O'Neill. Jack sets the time circuits for April 13, 1990, when we'll revisit his first mainbar assignment covering the Yankee…
 
We are joined by Lindsay Berra, who gives us the inside scoop about "It Ain't Over," an upcoming documentary about her grandfather, Yogi, which will be shown at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival. Lindsay brings us back to July 18, 1999, where we will accompany her to Yankee Stadium for 'Yogi Berra Day,' marking her grampa's return to the Bronx aft…
 
We are joined by Pete Caldera, who leads dual lives as the New York Yankees beat reporter for The Record of New Jersey and an evening performer, singing swingin' Frank Sinatra standards at a variety of New York City cigar bars and nightclubs. Pete brings us to Shea Stadium on August 9, 1974 for the Mets' 4-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds, a game…
 
We are joined by Meredith Marakovits, who has been the YES Network's Yankees clubhouse reporter since 2012. Meredith takes us to her first day on the job -- April 6, 2012, where we'll revisit the Yankees' 7-6 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field. Mariano Rivera is the greatest closer in baseball history, but Mo didn't have it that afternoon, leaving…
 
In this episode of My First Ballgame, we are joined by the great Sweeny Murti of WFAN and SportsNet New York, who has expertly covered the New York Yankees for more than two decades. Sweeny takes us to June 8, 1975, where we'll trot onto the steaming Astroturf of Philadelphia's Veterans Stadium for the Phillies' 4-2 victory over the Dodgers. We'll …
 
In this episode of My First Ballgame, we are joined by my good buddy Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, who co-authored one of the greatest baseball books ever written: "Mission 27," with the 2009 New York Yankees. We revisit Mark's first trip to Yankee Stadium on May 5, 1979, a 5-4 walk-off Yankees win over the Athletics. We'll touch upon what it was like …
 
In the first episode of 'My First Ballgame,' co-hosts Bryan Hoch and Connie Schwab Hoch set the time circuits for June 23, 1990. We'll hear the details of Bryan's first trip to a Major League stadium -- New York's Shea Stadium, where Darryl Strawberry, Dwight Gooden and the Mets defeated the Philadelphia Phillies, 3-0 -- and how that one summer eve…
 
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