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Bucky Dent - the author of one of the most dramatic home runs in Yankees history - shares stories from his career, chats with friends and teammates and offers his perspective on Yankees current events.
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This week, the YES Network's John Flaherty stops by to chat about his memories of Bucky's baseball school. The two former Yankees, both well known for their glovework, share some insight into their process, in a conversation full of hilarious and fun anecdotes.
This week, Mike Torrez calls in to chat with Bucky about their experiences as teammates in 1977, when Torrez won two World Series games, including the Game 6 clincher. Of course, the next year, when the pitcher shipped up to Boston, he was on the mound when Bucky hit his legendary home run. But Bucky and Torrez have built a long and deep friendship over the years, as this great conversation demonstrates.
This week, we laugh pretty much nonstop as Ron Guidry calls in to chat with Bucky. The two great friends reminisce about Billy Martin, George Steinbrenner, and the Yankees' amazing one-game playoff in 1978. You won't want to miss this one.
This week, Bucky chats with Yankees legend Andy Pettitte, sharing memories about joining the Yankees and returning to the Bronx. Bucky also tries to recruit Andy for Old-Timers' Day. During the wide-spanning and emotional conversation, the former Yankees look back at the late-90s dynasty, and discuss moving on from the game.
On this week's episode, Bucky catches up with Cal Ripken Jr., as the two chat about the ways that the legendary Orioles Hall of Famer changed the position forever. They go deep on topics such as the streak, some famous Yankees infielders and the Ripken Foundation's efforts to help out during this global pandemic. Additionally, Bucky chats with Yankees Magazine editors Alfred Santasiere III and Jon Schwartz about his memories of Hank Steinbrenner. To learn more about the Ripken Foundation, please visit
This week, Bucky chats with Mark Teixeira, a member of the Yankees' 2009 World Series championship team. The former Yankees chat about the way that the game has changed over the past few decades, the joys of winning a World Series, and what happens when you move on from a life in baseball. They also share some personal connections - such as the fact that Bucky played high school ball with Teixeira's father!
For the first time, we have a guest on DEEP TO LEFT WITH BUCKY DENT, as pitcher David Wells calls in to the virtual podcast recording booth. Bucky and Wells share something special: Each is responsible for one of the greatest moments in the history of the franchise, but both also retain so much joy - and so many amazing stories - from a life in the game. Get ready to laugh a ton, but also to learn something about Wells' natural athletic gifts, his philosophy on teaching the game and a near dust-up with his captain and good friend.
On this week's episode, Bucky gives his take on the COVID-19 shutdown, recalling a few times in his career when baseball stopped for an extended period. He also chats about a recent event with a popular member of the former Yankees and Red Sox teams, and the great relationships that the rivals now enjoy (yes, even Graig Nettles and Bill Lee).
It's the Series Premiere of Deep to Left With Bucky Dent, and we're hitting the ground running. Join us for a fun, free-flowing conversation about the Hall of Fame, spring training and the landmark restaurant in Boston that reluctantly agreed to serve the town's greatest nemesis. New episodes of Deep to Left With Bucky Dent - a part of the Yankees Magazine Podcast Network - will be released every other Tuesday during the baseball season.
It's really Spring Training, and moving forward, we're going to have plenty to talk about with regard to the 2020 New York Yankees. But this week's episode looks backward, with Al, Nate and Jon spending some time at Derek Jeter's Hall of Fame press conference and chatting about Yankees pioneer Al Downing's career in pinstripes. We have lots of exciting news coming in the weeks ahead, so make sure you subscribe to the Yankees Magazine Podcast and follow us on Twitter @yanksmagazine
We're in the final days of the offseason, as this is our last episode before players start officially reporting to camp. Jon and Gary chat about Mike King and Gary's trip to meet the mild-mannered (at least off the field) pitching prospect. Then Jon checks in with All-Star Bryan Hoch to hear all about the BBWAA dinner and to go over some last thoughts before camp opens.
The Yankees Magazine Podcast enters the new decade by looking back at some of the ways the magazine changed in the 2010s and what kind of evolution might be coming in the 2020s. We also unveil our (likely!) cover star for the first issue of the new year.
On this week's episode, Jon, Al and Nate discuss the ultimate Yankees holiday gift - a bona fide ace. After breaking down Gerrit Cole's first day in pinstripes, we open the Yankees Magazine Podcast mailbag, answering reader questions. If we picked your question, you've won two free tickets to a 2020 Yankees game! We're taking a small holiday break, but will be back with our next episode on Jan. 16. Speak to you then!
This week on the Yankees Magazine Podcast, Nate and Jon unveil their Yankees wish lists for the holiday season. Spoiler alert: they both want a starting pitcher. Also, some behind-the-scenes insight into what happens in the Yankees Magazine offices during the offseason. Please send questions for our mailbag episode - tweet to us @yanksmagazine or email And be sure to check out for our holiday offers!
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We're all very grateful on this week's Yankees Magazine Podcast. Jon and Jake look back at the 2019 Yankees and share the things they're most thankful for, then's Bryan Hoch joins the party to offer some perspective on the Yankees' offseason (and also to express thanks for his reconstructed knee).
We plow right into the offseason on this episode of the Yankees Magazine Podcast. Jon Schwartz, Jake Kring-Schreifels and Gary Phillips chat about Gary's Brett Gardner feature and make some predictions about the outfielder's next moves. Then the three discuss a movie that only one of them has seen, looking at Jake's story about the 20th anniversary of FOR LOVE OF THE GAME, which filmed its baseball scenes at the old Yankee Stadium.
The mood turns a bit somber on this week's episode of the Yankees Magazine Podcast, now that the 2019 Yankees are headed home for winter. Editors Al Santasiere, Nathan Maciborski and Jon Schwartz recap the heartbreaking end and try to offer some perspective on a great season that ended too soon. Then they look back on happier times, recalling Johnny Damon's mad dash during the 2009 World Series.
This week, Al Santasiere, Jon Schwartz and Jake Kring-Schreifels chat about the first three games of the 2019 American League Championship Series, and look ahead to what the rest of the series might offer.
Jon Schwartz, Nathan Maciborski and Al Santasiere wrap up the Yankees' dominant Division Series triumph, then try to look ahead to the ALCS, opponent or no opponent. The Yankees Magazine Podcast is going weekly during the postseason, so the more the Yankees win, the more content you get from us!
In this final regular season episode of Season 3 of the Yankees Magazine Podcast, editors Al Santasiere, Nathan Maciborski and Jon Schwartz wrap up some storylines from the 2019 campaign, then discuss the October issue's coverage of retiring favorite CC Sabathia, a pitcher and teammate who will be impossible to replace.
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