Insane Night and a Philosophical Debate: Locked On MLB – July 24, 2019

C0ABEBA3-ECC7-4873-82F3-38FD67DA5D04Last night was a crazy night of baseball. And the performances of Trea Turner and Robinson Cano put me in the middle of a confusing philosophical debate.

This is the Locked On MLB Podcast hosted by me, Paul Francis Sullivan. Please call me Sully.

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Sully Baseball Podcast – Why I’ve stopped following the Red Sox this year – May 17, 2018


I’ve been a Red Sox fan my whole life. Even when we moved and there was no internet, I still followed them day in and day out.

They are the great sports passion of my life.

But when the Red Sox brought back domestic abuser Steven Wright to the team, it put a knot in my stomach.

I took the Cubs and Yankees to task for signing Aroldis Chapman and the Mets for signing Jose Reyes.

Could I take a similar stance for my beloved Red Sox?

It became clear to me that I had to stop following the team as long as he was on the squad.

Baseball punished Robinson Cano for 1/2 a season for PEDs and Steven Wright 15 days for domestic violence.

Something is wrong there and I do not need to support it. I will be watching a LOT of baseball… just not the Red Sox until Wright is gone.

Doing what is right in this episode of Sully Baseball.

While we are at it, enjoy the In Memoriam video.

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Richmond County Bank Park in Staten Island, 2016 – Sully Baseball Daily Photo at Noon for May 8, 2018


I never saw a Staten Island Yankee game. I have no idea why I didn’t. I lived in New York for a long period of my life and from 1999 to 2004, I had a chance to see them.

I didn’t have kids then. I wasn’t married for most of those years.

I went to countless games in the Bronx, in Flushing and even Cyclone games in Brooklyn.

I also loved the Staten Island Ferry and the ballpark was right off of the ferry. Future Yankees like Robinson Cano and Brett Gardner cut their teeth there.

Yet for whatever reason, I never did.

When I visited New York in 2016 with my family, I took my kids on the Ferry and walked over to the park. It looked great, with a wonderful view of downtown Manhattan.

And I am not going to lie to you. I got frustrated. I blew a chance to see some baseball here in summers of the past.

Some day, when I go back to New York and FINALLY see games in New Yankee Stadium and CitiField, I will also take the ferry and see a game there and make up for lost time.