Using video with enhanced audio of last Saturday night’s game, former Met and current SNY analyst Todd Zeile charged that the Yankees had pitcher Taijuan Walker’s tips or signs and were signaling their hitters in real-time with whistles. Zeile indicated that the Yankees were using one long whistle for a changeup and a short whistle for a fastball. He showed a video that seemed to back that up ...
Retired players Todd Zeile, Yonder Alonso discuss vaccine at New York City high school as part of MLB push
NEW YORK -- Major League Baseball joined many of its clubs in coronavirus vaccination efforts, sending retired players Todd Zeile and Yonder Alonso to a New York City high school as part of an education push Wednesday. "It's just giving awareness," said Alonso, now a broadcaster for the MLB Network....
Knicks Lose in OT to the Lakers, Plus Todd Zeile on the Mets and James Alberino Helps Handicap the NBA Playoffs
JJ opens with the Knicks’ tough overtime loss to the Lakers on Tuesday night and lays out what needs to happen for New York to get in the 4-5 matchup before talking about the Yankees’ win over the Rays (1:01). Then, he chats with former MLB player and current SNY Mets analyst Todd Zeile about the team’s solid start, their lack of hitting, Lindor’s early struggles, and whether deGrom is the most dominant pitcher since Pedro Martinez (14:12). Next, JJ talks about the Nets’ win over the Bulls and reacts to a couple voicemails (37:03). Finally, he closes it out with the founder of Spread Investor, James Alberino, to discuss the Knicks’ odds come playoff time and how to bet the NBA playoffs (50:15).
J.D. Davis’ spot in the Mets starting lineup has already been called into question with just 14 games gone by in New York’s season. After being given a vote of confidence by manager Luis Rojas on Wednesday, a day after committing two errors, Davis was starting at third base and made another error in a blowout loss to the Cubs. Davis’ defense has been a question mark for most of his big-league career, and now, those questions are only growing louder.
It appears the Mets will go into Opening Day without locking up Francisco Lindor to a long-term deal after recent reports indicated the two sides were at a stalemate with no further discussions expected, and while some are clamoring for new Mets owner Steve Cohen to dish out more money to get a deal done, one former Met believes the team has made a more than fair offer.