Nick Swisher made his first Old-Timers’ Day at Yankee Stadium a memorable one
The former Yankees outfielder lined a three-run home run into the right-field seats on Sunday, and, despite throwing lefty, started the game at third base. Swisher was one of five players making their Old-Timers’ Day debuts, along with Jason Giambi, Aaron Boone, Andy Pettitte and Dion James.
A source said the team didn’t reach out to the former first baseman regarding the manager search that eventually led to Aaron Boone taking over, but that it might have regarding a job working with hitters.
But online betting won’t be available for the first 30 days — something Francesa criticized Murphy for on his radio show Monday.
Murphy said the reason is simple.
That’s to make sure we get the online piece of this exactly right in working with the enforcement side of this, the governor told Francesa on Tuesday.
Murphy added that Monmouth Park and the Borgata invested money to be first in line.
They happen to be more ready to go than the other places, the governor said.
Things unraveled for Gray in the fourth. http://www.seahawksofficialauthenticstore.com/Tedric-Thompson-Jersey.html After two quick outs, he walked Daniel Murphy and let Matt Adams club a double. That set things up for Soto’s first bomb. Soto crushed a 1-0, 95-mph fastball that Gray hung middle-outside.
We were in New York City where the media was and we were the ones that were magnified because there were a lot of cities we’d go out to and we’d end up partying with other players on other teams. It wasn’t just the New York Mets. We were in (the) sports media capital of the world in New York and we didn’t care. We did what we http://www.49ersofficialsonlines.com/Trent_Taylor_Jersey_Cheap wanted to, but the one thing we did was when we went on the field it was all business.