Randy, Bobby, and Derek return for Episode 3 of the Views From 314ft Podcast. Despite living that quarantine life, the blog brothers jump right into the baseball news of the moment.
We are adhering to the shelter in place guidelines of New York State and recording remotely. We will be doing so for as long as the “shelter in place” order remains. We’re talking on Skype so we apologize in advance for any sound quality issues.
The podcast is now available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify so please subscribe, drop a five-star rating and spread the word. We hope this gives you some distraction from all the craziness in the world right now. Here are the episode notes:
- [Open] Introductions and catching up on everyone’s well being.
- [1:35] Discussion about Aaron Judge’s collapsed lung(!!!).
- [9:54] An update on Giancarlo Stanton’s calf strain.
- [13:20] We ponder if/when the MLB season will start and how the schedule may look if there is indeed baseball this year.
- [19:35] The impact of an abbreviated season on service time and CBA negotiations.
- [30:51] Will MLB try to change the playoff format this season?
- [36:59] Mailbag question: Does a shortened season World Series victory mean as much in the history of the sport as a regular-length season World Series victory?
- [44:08] Mailbag question #2: Which of these four players is most likely to be in a Yankees uniform five years from now? Least likely? Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, Luis Severino, or Miguel Andújar.
- [54:16] What does the outfield look like to start the 2020 season if everyone returns from injury prior to Opening Day?
Again, we apologize for any sound quality issues. We’re making the most of a tough situation as all of you are. Please don’t forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and spread the word.
We hope you and your families remain safe and healthy. See you again next week.