The brilliant Mike Nichols died the other day.
The maestro was so brilliant and prolific in his career that he would have been a legend even if he had never directed The Graduate, which was the Citizen Kane of comedies.
His career reminded me of Branch Rickey’s, who transformed baseball in ways that are still felt today and would have been one of its greatest pioneers even if he never broke the color barrier.
It is another strange comparison episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
I have been quick to criticize the Yankee organization and their farm system. But I need to give credit when it is due. The Yankees have filled a lot of holes internally and found themselves in the middle of the AL East race.
It is a swallow your pride and hold your nose episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
A. J. Burnett, Jarred Cosart, Edwin Encarnacion, Freddie Freeman, Jay Bruce, Salvador Perez andDavid Price all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball
How worthless is the New York Yankees farm system?
They can not seem fill in a single spot on an injury plagued team even on an interim basis.
Why not give the likes of Addison Maruszak a shot?
Meanwhile, I remember my Weston, Massachusetts Little League teammate Huckleberry Keys on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – March 24, 2013
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