Episode 273: Yankees Sweep Philly, Ryan LaMarre Plays Hero Ball + Greg Allen Continues To Be a Force
The Short Porch
The Yankees somehow won both games against the Phillies and head to Boston with some out of nowhere momentum. Ryan LaMarre was the hero Wednesday night with his walk off hit in the 10th. Someone named Asher started the game for the Yankees. We wonder why Nick Nelson is still on this roster. Hoy Park was sent down without getting any sort of chance. Rougned Odor continues to come up with huge hits. Chapman’s nail continues to be a giant issue, but he’s pitching better lately at least. Greg Allen is a force in this lineup. Boone continues to make no sense with his handling of Chad Green. We also break down how we’d handle the Joker showing up mid-game and running down the aisle of seats. All that and more on today’s pod.Outro Song: “Feeling Alive” (via APM Music)
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On Friday's episode we catch up with University of Michigan Baseball Alum Ryan LaMarre. Ryan has spent time in the Majors with multiple organizations, most recently the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins. We talk Michigan Baseball, off-season sandlot games and his career up to this point. We also talk about the return of the MLB, NHL and NBA.
Sox OF Ryan LaMarre: “It was kind of like a monkey jumped off my back” to homer in his hometown
White Sox Weekly
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz visit with White Sox outfielder Ryan LaMarre, who clears up the story behind his uncle coming up with his first big league home run ball at Comerica Park; he also talks about handling the grind of the road and the life of a ballplayer shuttling back and forth between the minors and the big leagues, the process of learning to trust his instincts at the plate, and more.[audio http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3540026/3540026_2018-08-26-224126.64kmono.mp3]