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  • 01:09

    YGY Radio Show: November 18 - Awards Reaction

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    On tonight's episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer RIcky Keeler talks about the latest hot stove rumors involving the Yankees. Should they be out of the conversation on Ben Zobrist and Ricky will react to Ken Rosenthal's piece about why New York should be interested in David Price or Zack Greinke this winter. Finally, what does Ricky take away from all the award announcements that have taken place this week? 

    Plus, Rick McNair of BoSox Injection joins Ricky at 9:05 PM ET to talk about David Ortiz retiring after the 2016 season and the Craig Kimbrel trade. Did Boston give up too much in the deal and what's next for Dave Dombrowski in his first offseason as the president. 

    Then, Merritt Rholfing from Wahoo's On First joins Ricky at 9:45 PM ET to talk about the latest trade rumors involving Brett Gardner and the Indians. How would this move work for Cleveland fans and would their front office be willing to move Carlos Carrasco or Danny Salazar for Gardner? 

    As always, you can interact with the show by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow

  • 01:09

    YGY Radio Show: November 12 - Aaron Hicks Trade/Brett Gardner Rumors

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    On tonight's episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his take on the two trades the Yankees made yesterday involving Jose Pirela and John Ryan Murphy. Does this mean that Gary Sanchez becomes the backup catcher and is Brian Cashman done making deals after yesterday? Plus, should the Yankees trade Andrew Miller? 

    At 9:05 PM ET, James Terry from Baseball Essential joins the show to discuss the Hicks trade from the Twins perspective. Is John Ryan Murphy set to be the starting catcher in Minnesota? Plus, James gives his thoughts on the Twins winning the posting bid for Byung-Ho Park. 

    At 9:35 PM ET, Brady Farkas from Sodo Mojo and ESPN Radio in Albany joins the show to talk about the latest trade rumors involving the Mariners and Brett Gardner. What has he seen from pitchers such as James Paxton, who have also been involved in these discussions. Plus, what are Brady's thoughts on the hiring of Scott Servais as manager and Jerry DiPoto as GM and what are Seattle's biggest offseason needs? 

    As always, you can contact the show by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow


  • 00:47

    YGY Radio Show: November 5 - Marcus Thames And Yankees' Pitching Needs

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    On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer RIcky Keeler will give his takeaways from the World Series as the Royals defeated the Mets in five games and he will react to the news that Marcus Thames will be the new assistant hitting coach in 2016 to Alan Cockrell. 

    During this episode, Ricky will be joined by Nick Stellini, one of the writers at the Bronx Baseball Prospectus site. In addition to talking about Thames, Nick and I will talk about his latest article he wrote on the site about the team needing starting pitching. Will the Yankees go after David Price, Johnny Cueto, or Zack Greinke? If not those three guys, what mid-tier free agents could they look to acquire? 

    As always, you can interact with the show at anytime by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow


  • 01:59

    Underground Beat with Madam President and Special Co-Host Ape Yard Music

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    Tonight from 8-10p.m. est. the Underground Beat with Madam President will have Special Co-Host Ape Yard Music. Just like every week we will throw down raw hip hop tracks and discuss them, annoucements to keep you up to date on what's going on around you. Finally, we'll get into an in-depth interview with Ape Yard Music as we drop and discuss their tracks. Remember if you would like to call in the number is (646) 716-5926 and press 1 to connect with us. #PresidentialSalute to all the listeners, callers, supporters, and former co-host for making this all possible!! 

  • 00:32

    YGY Radio Show: Mark Polishuk Interview

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    On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler will give his takeaways from the first two games of the World Series between the Mets and the Royals, including the 14-inning thriller that took place in Game 1. 

    Then, Mark Polishuk of MLB Trade Rumors joins the show to talk about his Yankees' offseason outlook he wrote for the website. Ricky and Mark will discuss the most pressing need New York need to address this winter, how Mark would grade the 2015 Yankees' season, should New York spend big money on another starting pitcher, and much more. 

    As always, you can interact with the show at anytime by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow

  • 01:30

    YGY Radio Show: World Series Preview/Arizona Fall League

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    On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his take on some of the latest Yankees' hot stove news such as the firing of hitting coach Jeff Pentland and the arthroscopic elbow surgery for Masahiro Tanaka. 

    Then, Matt Kardos from Rolling Thunder will join Ricky to talk about some of the Yankees' prospects that are in the Arizona Fall League such as Gary Sanchez, Tyler Wade, and Ian Clarkin. Which prospects should we keep an eye on this fall? Plus, Matt will talk about his Mets as they are the champions of the National League and gives his take on what will happen in the World Series beginning tomorrow night. 

    To get the Royals' perspective on the series, Ricky will talk with Dave Hill from Kings of Kauffman about KC going back to the World Series, their many comeback wins in these playoffs, their dominant bullpen, and who are the X-Factors going into this Fall Classic. 

    You can interact with the show at anytime by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow

  • 00:09

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  • 00:42

    America's Disabled Veterans in Action Inc (ADVIA.media)Wednesday 25,November2015

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    Today is Wednesday 25th of November, 2015, the dat after tonight's hostess's Birthday and we hosting the usual show for benefits and other news tops for today. We will focus on Benefits as this is Marilyns specialty and one one major issue is a hot topic SB Senior And Veteran Emergency Benefit Act

    We are opening our Brooklyn Navy Yard lines 347-884-8078 at 2300 Zulu time! That would be as follows in US times (for our new civilian family and friends) Atlantic/ Eastern is 7PM,Central 6PM, Alaska/Mountain is 5pm,Pacific is 4PM, Hawaii is 1PM, Guam is 0900 AM

    We want to hear from you! 


  • 2015 AL Wild Card Preview Show: Astros-Yankees (10/6)

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    On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler will give his takeaways from the final three games of the regular season as New York was swept by the Orioles. Does Ricky think the struggles from this past week will carry over into the postseason? Plus, how much pressure should be on manager Joe Girardi to win this game Tuesday?

    Then, Scott Stone of Baseball Essential joins the show to help preview Tuesday night's American League Wild Card Game between the Astros-Yankees. Scott will talk about Houston's final week of the season, how the roster for this game should be organized by A.J. Hinch, Houston's home-run filled lineup, and much more. Plus, Scott and Ricky will breakdown the pitching matchup as Dallas Keuchel takes on Masahiro Tanaka and give their players to watch for this game. 

    At 9:00 PM ET, Harrison Marder from Yanks Go Yard will join the show as Ricky and Harrison will breakdown this game from a Yankees perspective and talk about the CC Sabathia news from earlier today. 

    As always, you can interact with the show at anytime by calling the show at (347)-324-5455) or tweeting us @YGYRadioShow

  • 00:27

    Thanksgiving Day game between Packers and Bears is 192nd meeting; game preview

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    The NFL has expanded the Thanksgiving Day game to include three games. The two traditional games include Detroit hosting the early game, and the Dallas Cowboys hosting the afternoon game. The third game is a primetime event that rotates among the league. This year, the NFL decided to add the Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears. This is the leagues most played rivalry and will mark the 192nd meeting between the clubs. Chicago leads the overall series, including playoffs, 93-92-6.  

    In addition, the Green Bay Packers will retire the #4 jersey of Brett Favre at halftime. Joining the festivities will be Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr. Amidst the holiday and jersey retirement, there will be a football game played. The Packers defeated the Bears 31-23, in week one. Matt Forte tried to be a one man wrecking crew rushing for 141 yards on 24 carries. With the Bears down by eight, and a first and ten at the Green Bay 29; Jay Cutler threw a game changing interception. Clay Matthews intercepted Cutler and returned the ball into Chicago territory with under four minutes to play. The Packers cashed in with an Eddie Lacy two-yard run to make the score 31-16. 

    The Bears enter week 12 with a 4-6 record, and are in a must win situation if they want a chance to make the playoffs. They are currently two games behind the Atlanta Falcons for the last wildcard spot. The Packers regained first place with a win over the Vikings and must win to maintain first place, in the NFC North. Suprisingly, the Bears offense ranks higher (16th) than the Packers (21st), in total yards. However, yards don't win games and the Packers rank ninth in points scored (24.9) while the Bears rank 21st (21.4). The Bears racked up over 400 yards in the week one loss against a Packers defense that now ranks ninth in scoring defense (19.8). The Bears are allowing 25.1 points per game, which ranks 22nd. Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.

  • 00:32

    Packers regain control of NFC North as defense dominates and Lacy rolls.

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    The Green Bay Packers regained first place, in the NFC North, by defeating the Minnesota Vikings 30-13. Both teams have 7-3 records, but with the win the Packers own the head to head tiebreaker. The victory snaps a three game losing streak for the Packers, and ended the Vikings five game winning streak. After scoring 17 combined first half points during the last three games, the Packers held a 16-6 halftime advantage. Mason Crosby kicked two more second half field goals, giving him five for the day. Aaron Rodgers hit James Jones for a 27-yard touchdown late in the third quarter to give the Packers a 14 point lead. On the ensuing drive, the Vikings drove into Packers territory but Adrian Peterson fumbled after a 10 yard run.

    The Packers defense domintaed the Vikings offensive line by applying constant pressure to Teddy Bridgewater. Officially, they recorded six sacks, but Bridgewater had to throw a number of balls away because of the pressure. Peterson entered the game as the NFL's leadng rusher, and averaged 21.7 attempts per game. He was held to 45 yards on 13 carries. 

    Eddie Lacy rushed 22 times for 100 yards, marking his first 100 yard performance of the year. Lacy ran with power, and finished his runs all day. With the lead, the Packers leaned on Lacy to grind out tough yards and take time off the clock. On the stat sheet, Rodgers was not spectacular; 16-34 for 212 yards with two touchdowns. His first touchdown was aided by a 50-yard pass interference play on a third and fifteen with 1:53 remaining, in the first half. Back to back penalties allowed the Packers to finish the drive with the touchdown. On a third and nine, Rodgers found Richard Rodgers for a touchdown that was nullified because of offsetting penalties. David Bakhtiari was called for holding, and Linval Jospeh was flagged for roughing the passer so the Packers were not backed up 10 yards. Anthony Barr was called for illegal contact on the next play.