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Kicking Off the Winter Meetings @ 8pm

By Mike Silva ~ December 4th, 2011. Filed under: Radio Show.

Join me at 8pm as I kick off the Winter Meetings.

Bobby Valentine joins the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry, and what better person to talk about his impact than Andrew Muscato, who produced a film about Valentine called “The Zen of Bobby V.” Andrew has also gotten to work closely with Bobby on other projects as they are partners in a production company.

I will announce the fans selections on our Golden Ballot vote. Hear whether NYBD readers elected Ron Santo, Gil Hodges, or Allie Reynolds.

The rest of the show we talk about the latest regarding the Mets and Yankees shopping list. I discuss the new Yankees “payroll restraint” philosophy, and whether they now can make any improvements to the roster this offseason. Hear some rumors regarding international talent that interests the Yankees.

We all know the Mets continue to dance with Jose Reyes, but they now appear open to a reunion with K-Rod to close out ballgames. Should they sign Brad Lidge, Frank Francisco, or Jon Rauch as well? I give my thoughts on Sandy Alderson’s conference call with Mets bloggers from the other night.



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Mike Silva has hosted sports shows on 107.1 FM Champions ESPN Radio Long Island ,1240 AM WGBB , Blog Talk Radio and live from Mickey Mantle’s Restaurant. He’s also built and maintained two popular social media hubs: New York Baseball Digest and Sports Media Watchdog. Mike has broken national and local stories, as well as been mentioned on the YES Network, SNY.tv, WFAN, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, NY Daily News, New York Magazine, Journal News and the NY Post. Contact Mike professionally at mikesilvamedia.com

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1 Response to Kicking Off the Winter Meetings @ 8pm

  1. Stu B

    Jose got 6 years and $106 million from Miami.

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