EP 95: One-Year Anniversary Pod With Sal Capaccio

February 19, 2019By Patrick Moran

On this special, one-year anniversary edition of the Moran-Alytics Podcast, Patrick Moran welcomes the same guest he had for the very first episode of the podcast. Buffalo Bills beat reporter and radio on-air personality Sal Capaccio of WGR550 joins Moran to celebrate and talk sports, and props to Sal for batting through an illness to … Read More

EP 07: Bronx Pinstripes Founder Scott Reinen

March 29, 2018By Patrick Moran

It’s the first Thursday episode as the Moran-Alytics Podcast is now twice weekly and Patrick Moran interviews Bronx Pinstripes founder and The BP Podcast co-host Scott Reinen.  Scott talks about his inspiration for starting Bronx Pinstripes in 2011, a blog that has grown to phenomenal proportions and now has over 85,000 followers on Twitter.  He … Read More

Thoughts On Aaron Boone Becoming Yankees Manager

December 2, 2017By Patrick Moran

In what I’ll call at least semi-surprising news Friday night, several reports emerged that the New York Yankees are naming Aaron Boone as the franchise’s 35th all-time manager, replacing the departed Joe Girardi.  Boone was the winner in a six-person interview process that included Carlos Beltran, Hensley Muelens, Eric Wedge, Rob Thompson and Chris Woodward. … Read More

Yanks: Thoughts On Aaron Judge Not Winning MVP

November 16, 2017By Patrick Moran

Earlier this week Aaron Judge won American League Rookie of the Year and was vying to be just the third player ever to win top rookie and MVP. It didn’t happen. Jose Altuve was named American League MVP Thursday evening, with Judge finishing a rather distant second. MORAN-ALYTICS TAKE: Let’s not get it twisted, Yankee … Read More

Thoughts On Yankees Winning The ALDS

October 12, 2017By Patrick Moran

I’m still pinching myself.  After the Yankees blew a five run lead and choked away game two to fall down 2-0 to the Indians, I figured the last thing I’d be doing Thursday morning was carving a reactionary piece following the Bombers pulling off one of, if not their most improbable comebacks I personally can … Read More

Reactions: Yanks 3, Royals 0 #SeverinoDominates

May 24, 2017By Patrick Moran

As he’s already done a handful of times this season, Luis Severino demonstrated that he can pitch with the best of him when he’s on.  He certainly was on Wednesday night, tossing eight scoreless innings as the Yankees shut out the Kansas City Royals, 3-0. Severino allowed just four hits and a walk to go … Read More

Five Unheralded Yanks Dominating Fantasy Baseball

May 8, 2017By Patrick Moran

If you drafted any of these Yankees and/or snagged them off the waiver wire early in the season, odds are you’re probably doing very well in your fantasy baseball league. The following five Yanks entered the season with precious little fantasy fanfare (except for arguably Judge), yet have been explosive over the first month of … Read More