Found October 23, 2012 on The Majors National:
With the questions surrounding the New York Yankees stemming from their embarrassing four game sweep at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, has the Evil Empire fallen for the last time? What kind of issues await the Yankees this offseason in terms of Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter and the rest of the cast? Listen in on this weeks episode of Around the Diamond as the crew takes takes a look at this issue as well as the other following topics… Recapping the ALCS. Can the Giants complete the comeback against the Cardinals? World Series preview. Boston hires John Farrell as their new manager.
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