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Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 179: Carlostime is Here!

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 24:49


At the start of the 2022-23 offseason, the Yankees knew that while pitching was a strength, they would need to make moves to maintain that position. The steady Jameson Taillon was not extended a qualifying offer and didn't seem likely to return. Even with Gerrit Cole at the top and another 2022 All-Star in Nestor Cortes, the Yankees were in position to bolster their starting rotation. They've now done so with a big move, signing Carlos Rodón to a six-year, $160 million deal. Kunj and Andrew assembled for a late-night podcast to discuss the newest Yankees starter and why this is the move that really gives us the most confidence for 2023. Bringing Aaron Judge back was essential but tantamount to a sigh of relief. They had to bring Judge back to keep their lineup in tip-top shape for next year and not fill it with question marks. However, there is a universe where the Yankees could have gotten cute and signed a middle-of-the-road guy at best to fill Taillon's spot. That is thankfully now not this one.  Carlos Rodón is a Yankee, and as Andrew wrote earlier, that rules. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 178: ARSON JUDGE BACK

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 37:36


The Yankees made the move they needed to make and secured the services of Aaron Judge for the next nine years. Things were tough for a while as it seemed that the Giants might swoop in and bring the Bay Area native back, and the Padres made things super interesting by offering him $400 million, but ultimately, owner Hal Steinbrenner made a long-distance call from Italy and said all the right things to convince Judge to stay in pinstripes for $360 million. With that, Aaron Judge is a Yankee still and the rest of the offseason becomes a lot easier for GM Brian Cashman and his team. Replacing Judge's production and presence would not have been an easy task and luckily it's not one that anyone has to think about. This was a move that absolutely had to be made, and we're all thankful that it was done. What a wonderful early Christmas present for Yankees fans.  Andrew and Kunj fire up the ol' podcast-mobile to share thoughts and stories of relief and near-heartbreak (thanks, Jon Heyman) on the Yankees bringing back the face of their franchise. They also discuss the return of old friend Tommy Kahnle, and the departures of Jameson Taillon and Miguel Castro. Lastly, the co-hosts end the show with handing out some obvious Yankee- and Manfred-of-the-Week awards but not before discussing some of the rumors swirling around about how the Yankees don't seem ready to call it an offseason just yet. The team has been linked to Carlos Rodón, Andrew Benintendi, Brandon Nimmo, and Bryan Reynolds, while some of it may just be rumors there seems to be real smoke in some places.* *Note: This podcast was recorded before news broke of the Red Sox signing Masataka Yoshida. Until next time: Aaron Judge is a Yankee. Remember that! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 177: Return of the Rizz

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 31:06


The Yankees have made their first notable move of the offseason, bringing Anthony Rizzo back on a two-year contract that will guarantee the veteran $40 million and give New York an option to bring him back in 2025. The news came out mere hours after Rizzo rejected the qualifying offer and looked to be headed for a drawn-out negotiation in free agency. Thankfully, the Yankees avoided all that and locked in their Opening Day first baseman: a lefty power bat who has a reliable glove that will assuage any infielder's concerns about their throws. With all due respect to DJ LeMahieu's versatility and the other free agent first basemen, Rizzo is a pretty darn good option for New York to immediately bring back. And even though it's unlikely to be the deciding factor, having Rizzo in the clubhouse is a nice carrot for top priority/Rizzo pal Aaron Judge. Andrew and Kunj discuss Rizzo's return at the start of this week's podcast, and then moved on to recent 40-man roster moves, plus the lack of a qualifying offer for Jameson Taillon. They also discussed the positive signs surrounding the Yankees' chatter about Judge and the awkward potential collusion between Hal Steinbrenner and Steve Cohen on No. 99. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast 176: Good Night, 2022 Yankees

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 60:47


Well, the Yankees' 2022 season is officially over. For the fourth time in the last eight seasons, the Yankees' dreams end at the hands of the Houston Astros. Andrew and Kunj's most recent episode of the podcast prior to now came with the Yankees already facing an 0-2 deficit in the ALCS and heading home to The Bronx to hopefully turn their fortunes. They headed to The Bronx alright, but just like the first two games, the offense failed to show up in Game 3. Harrison Bader and Anthony Rizzo showed some life, but ultimately the team didn't do enough to survive past Game 4. The season is over. Andrew and Kunj are back on the pod to officially eulogize the 2022 Bombers and discuss, vent, and grumble about what exactly went wrong for the Yankees (a lot) and what little went right. After the ad break (~21:52), they also looked ahead to discuss the uncertain-but-maybe-not-so-uncertain futures of GM Brian Cashman and manager Aaron Boone, and of course, the biggest elephant in the room: Aaron Judge's impending free agency. They also took the opportunity to rip into Josh Donaldson, Bringer of Bad Vibes, and generally bantered about the many questions facing the Yankees in the months ahead before wrapping up the pod by making predictions for the World Series (spoiler: they're both rooting for the Phillies' good vibes and hoping for the worst for the Astros), and picking their final Yankees and Manfreds of the 2022 Yankees season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 175: Wake Up, Bats! It's the ALCS!

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 40:39


The rain wreaked havoc on not only the Yankees' playoff schedule, but also our podcast schedule. Real-world commitments kept Kunj and Andrew from doing a post-ALDS pod, but they're back on the airwaves ... just in time to see the Yankees limp back to the Bronx facing an 0-2 deficit in the ALCS to those hated Astros. Whoops! The offense has continued its playoff deep freeze. They did just barely enough to get by the Guardians in the Division Series, but four runs in two games is not going to cut it in Houston. There have been some questionable lineup and bullpen decisions for sure, and Kunj and I definitely got into that, but the bottom line is that this team is not going to make this a series again unless more than a couple of these bats wake up. Although there is still hope as the series shifts to Yankee Stadium, they have serious work to do. The two co-hosts talked about the playoffs at large, plus some NLCS thoughts, and then ruled on the Yankee and Manfred of the Week. Hopefully, there will be another pod before the clock strikes midnight on these Yankees. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 174: ALDS Showdown with Cleveland

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 44:04


The Yankees thankfully got to sit out the Wild Card Series weekend and await their ALDS opponent, and now we know who they'll be playing tomorrow night in the Bronx. The Guardians dispatched the Rays in just two games, allowing a single run to Tampa Bay across 24 innings of work. So it'll be New York vs. Cleveland in the Division Series again, in a rematch of past 2017 and 2020 playoff showdowns. Kunj and Andrew bantered about the fun of Wild Card weekend at the start of the show, but feel free to skip ahead to around the 13-minute mark if you'd rather just go straight into Yankees business. They talked about Aroldis Chapman doing fans a solid and going AWOL in Miami to cost himself a playoff roster spot, and then at about 17 minutes, they went into a full ALDS preview, discussing everything from rotation matchups to the bullpen, deep roster spots, and Matt Carpenter's resurgence. At the end, the co-hosts made predictions on both this series and the three other DS showdowns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 172: An AL East crown and No. 61

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 35:36


Even as Aaron Judge went quiet for most of the past week since the last podcast, it was a good one for the Yankees. They went a perfect 6-0 on the homestand against the Pirates and Red Sox, rightfully taking care of business against some bad teams, and that put them in prime position to clinch the AL East in a head-to-head showdown at Rogers Centre in Toronto. They fell short on Monday but finally clinched on Tuesday, securing not only the division title but also a first-round bye. Judge even managed to make the post-clinch Wednesday a special one too, as he snapped his seven-game homerless drought with No. 61. That tied Roger Maris for the most in franchise and American League history. Needless to say, Kunj and Andrew had quite a bit to discuss on the most recent pod, from the Yankees cementing their AL East title to Judge and Maris (and the annoying discourse around it), and what to watch for as the Yankees prepare to craft their playoff roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 170: Judge Finally Gets Some Help

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 36:13


Kunj is back on the PSA Podcast and thankfully, the Yankees have done their best over the past several days to assuage some doubts that their mini-winning streak last week wasn't merely typical Twins nonsense. They took two out of three over the weekend from the Rays in decisive fashion, and after Aaron Judge belted a pair of homers to reach 57 last night, Gleyber Torres ensured that the night would end in a W. The division title is within sight; the Yankees just need to keep it going. Judge is incomparable, but as Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani have demonstrated, the Yankees won't be able to win with Judge alone. That's what has made Torres and the offense's resurgence so important to the last week of play. Hopefully, the rest of the cavalry is coming, as Anthony Rizzo and Harrison Bader are working their way back, in addition to the many pitchers on rehab assignments (Luis Severino, Aroldis Chapman, Zack Britton, etc.). Also, have we mentioned that we love Wandy Peralta? Because that guy rules. All of these topics are discussed, as well as the return of the B-Ref Update and the Yankee & Manfred of the Week. Oh, also an Aaron Judge-sized turtle. Something to think about. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 169: Rebound or Twins-Based Mirage?

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 19:36


The Yankees' extremely lackluster August and early-September had Andrew prepared to tackle the brutal task of discussing this team on his own this week with Kunj on vacation, but a four-game winning streak that followed an awful road trip through Oakland, Anaheim, and Tampa Bay at least the monologue sounding a bit more chipper than it would have otherwise been. With 55 homers through 137 games, Aaron Judge has still been incredible, but he needs some more support in the lineup with so many teammates rendered injured or ineffective -- think Giancarlo Stanton, DJ LeMahieu, Anthony Rizzo, etc. Oswaldo Cabrera and Oswald Peraza rebounded from slumps to help the Yankees sweep yesterday's doubleheader, Isiah Kiner-Falefa has belted a pair of homers, and even Gleyber Torres went deep for just the third time since the beginning of August. That's promising! But the onus will be on them to keep it going because Judge is not getting any pitches to hit, and it doesn't sound like there's much of a cavalry coming to save them. (The pitching will get Nestor Cortes and Luis Severino back soon, but the men on the mound haven't been the problem.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 168: A Subway Sweep and West Coast Goals

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 35:32


The Yankees answered our wishes of riding the wave of the Josh Donaldson walk-off slam into a return to their first-half winning ways. They just had the wipe out, face-first on the sand for a few days before picking themselves back up (obviously). But after losing three in a row at home to Toronto and hearing choirs of boos at Yankee Stadium while Aaron Boone fumed in the postgame, they've actually put some wins together for the first time in quite awhile. New York salvaged the finale against the Blue Jays to avoid a sweep and then won back-to-back games against a tough foe in the Mets, even beating Max Scherzer in the process. That's definitely something to build off of, but they can't stop there. A long West Coast trip through Oakland and Anaheim lies ahead, and the Yankees can't take any games for granted, even against those struggling ballclubs. They'll have Giancarlo Stanton back in their lineup, and while the bullpen has lost some names in the past week (most notably Scott Effross), Clay Holmes should be on track to return in Anaheim and the long-absent Zack Britton is on the rehab trail as well. Andrew and Kunj discuss all the ups and downs of the past week while praising the minor league promotions, big hits from Andrew Benintendi, and more monster blasts from the home run crown-seeking Aaron Judge. They also talk about the 2023 schedule, the B-Ref update, and as always, the Yankee and Manfred of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 165: Up and Down Play, Up and Down Deadline

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 46:15


What a strange couple days, huh? As the Trade Deadline crept to a close, the Yankees made some notable moves. The Frankie Montas, Lou Trivino, and Scott Effross additions were met with near-universal praise, and getting a minor pitching prospect in exchange for Joey Gallo wasn't too shabby either. However, the decision to flip steady starter Jordan Montgomery for injured outfielder Harrison Bader was met with some understandably raised eyebrows, given the current makeup of the Yankees' rotation. Andrew and Kunj chatted about both the moves (particularly the Monty/Bader swap) and the Yankees' annoyingly mediocre brand of baseball since the start of July that continued over the past week. They just barely took three of four at home from the selling Royals before dropping a series at Yankee Stadium to the Wild Card-contending Mariners. Gerrit Cole looked bad, Andrew Benintendi continued his post-acquisition slump, Clay Holmes blew another ugly save, and the vibes have just been off, more closely resembling the 2021 team at times. Thankfully, this Yankees team still has a double-digit division lead, so that's not really in jeopardy, but the play will have to improve sooner rather than later. Again, from a personnel standpoint, the ballclub is better than it was at the All-Star break. The onus is on them to step it up with a grueling road trip ahead through St. Louis, Seattle, and Boston. As always, the show wraps up with Kunj's B-Ref leaderboard check-in and the Yankee & Manfred of the Week, which didn't require too much critical thinking on the part of either host. (Thank the heavens.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 164: Super Benintendo Chalmers

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 29:24


Problem: The Yankees have been off their game in July with a 10-12 record and 2-5 since the end of the All-Star break, including an 0-4 mark against the potential October opponent Astros and Mets. Sure, IL stints from Michael King, Giancarlo Stanton, and Luis Severino haven't helped matters, but even with the team's terrific record, areas for improvement are clear. Solution: GM Brian Cashman took an important step toward resolving one issue last night by trading for Royals outfielder Andrew Benintendi, who will fully push Joey Gallo to the bench (or off the roster) and lessen the need to play Matt Carpenter out of position. Is he Juan Soto? No, but it's unclear if the superstar will be moved prior to the deadline and even still, it's better to ensure that at least you get *a* solution for the outfield and if the package falls into place, it's not like the Yankees will refuse to add Soto because of Benintendi. The cost was minimal, too. Andrew and Kunj delve into the Benintendi acquisition, the Soto rumors, the various injuries, bid a likely sad farewell to Gallo, and urge the Yankees to stay vigilant and add a pitcher as well. (Luis Castillo, anyone?) Then they wrap up this compact episode with a quick look at the B-Ref leaderboard and salute the Yankee & Manfred of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 163: Drafting First-Half Highlights

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 54:05


The All-Star break is officially behind us, as is the first half of the 2022 MLB season. Technically, we passed the 81-game threshold in early July, but for all accounting purposes, the second half will begin with the Yankees' doubleheader in Houston on Thursday. (Note that this episode was recorded on Wednesday afternoon.) Before Andrew and Kunj fall too far in the weeds in looking ahead to the future and more extensive trade deadline talk, they want to look back at a truly incredible first half for the Yankees. Despite preseason picks erring toward the Blue Jays and Rays, the Yankees stormed out to a 64-28 first half, which is the all the more impressive when you consider that they were exactly .500 through the first 10 games. They had separate winning streaks of 11 and 9 games each, and they went 22-6 in June, their best month of play in 58 years. So why not celebrate this first half with a draft? After the ad break (a little over 18 minutes in), we each selected our five favorite things about the remarkable start and then bantered about a few other topics as well (All-Star week, Home Run Derby, Matt Carpenter in God Mode, etc.). As always: go Yankees, go baseball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 162: What's Wrong With Clay Holmes Week

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 60:10


The Yankees went through some ups and downs this past week, with the highs of winning back-to-back games at Fenway with good showings by the offense and the lows of three blown nights in a row. They had leads in each game on Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday, but they all evaporated and two of them came on blown saves from Clay Holmes. The now-All-Star closer is experiencing his first bumps of the season, but Andrew and Kunj still have confidence in him. The Yankees did rebound to snap the three-game skid with a walk-off win on Wednesday night against the Reds, but they may have lost Luis Severino for awhile in the process. The right-hander departed with shoulder tightness and even if his MRI comes back clean, the Yankees seem likely to use the All-Star break to their advantage and rest him for a bit with the now-healthy Domingo Germán, JP Sears, and others prepared to fill in. Other topics include the newest Yankees All-Stars, musings on home-field advantage, Jameson Taillon's struggles, Gerrit Cole's Rafael Devers problem, Aaron Hicks' ugly foul, Aaron Judge battling through a slump, the rival Blue Jays canning manager Charlie Montoyo, the Royals affecting trade talks in an unfortunate way, and Matt Carpenter surging into the Yankees' B-Ref Top 12 (because why not?). Then, they wrap up with the Yankee and Manfred of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Shri Paramhanso ki  Mahima
Shri Shanti Kunj Shubh Muhurat- Shri Anandpur Dham

Shri Paramhanso ki Mahima

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 8:41


Shri Shanti Kunj Shubh Muhurat- Shri Anandpur Dham

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 161: Ups & Downs in the Rust Belt

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 46:40


It was a bit of an odd week for the Yankees, who sandwiched two days of clobbering -- 19 runs in a doubleheader on Saturday in Cleveland, and a 16-0 win last night in Pittsburgh -- between some very quiet performances at the plate. This has been a bit of a recurring trend for the lineup since mid-June, though they've remained at the top of the MLB standings with a 59-23 record as of the start of play on Thursday. Andrew and Kunj talk all things Yankees, from those past couple series to the mini-resurgence from Aaron Hicks and and all the lows of Joey Gallo (sigh) and the recently-slumping Jameson Taillon. There's also plenty of discussion on Aaron Judge, homers allowed by the rotation, concerns about Aroldis Chapman's return, Ron Marinaccio's injury, and the regular B-Ref leaderboard update + Yankee/Manfred of the Week. You might be surprised about Kunj's pick! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 160: Another Scorcher

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 39:34


The 2022 New York Yankees are going to close out a June with a record at least 35 games over .500. It's patently absurd, and Andrew & Kunj can't get enough of it. There was no way that the Astros series was going to be normal, right? The opener was three-run homer mayhem capped by Aaron Hicks' game-tying homer in the bottom of the ninth and Aaron Judge's walk-off hit. Next came dominance from Houston pitching as Justin Verlander shoved on Friday, Cristian Javier and two relievers combined on the first no-hitter against the Yankees in 19 years, and José Urquidy flirted with a no-no in the finale, too. But Giancarlo Stanton, DJ LeMahieu, and that Judge guy again came back to stun the Astros, splitting the series at two victories apiece. As a palate cleanser, the Yankees hosted the last-place A's for three and took care of business with three wins in a row, though a few weird innings made things interesting. Guest-starring in that A's series was the title character of our podcast episode, JP Sears, who filled in with 5.2 shutout innings. The Yankees' unofficial No. 6 starter has a 0.00 ERA. Again: Normal! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 158: Dominant Pitching & Bizarro Transitions

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 50:32


After a bummer of a finish to a series at the Trop left Andrew & Kunj a little wanting, the Yankees responded with a perfect 6-0 homestand against the Angels and Tigers! Kind of them. The pitching was absolutely ridiculous, as every single starter dominated. Jameson Taillon and Gerrit Cole got the most attention with back-to-back perfect-game bids that lasted deep into the night, but Nestor Cortes, Luis Severino, and Jordan Montgomery each turned in terrific outings as well. As an added bonus, while Taillon faltered in the road trip opener last night in Minnesota, the bullpen picked him up and the Yankees won their seventh game in a row. Andrew & Kunj talk about all this, Aaron Judge continuing to play on Rookie mode, Manny Bañuelos finally making his Yankees debut, Miguel Andújar's trade request, Zack Britton's rehab, and John Sterling's reduced workload. They also sidebar on Joe Girardi & Joe Maddon's firings, the upcoming schedule, the B-Ref update, and the Yankee & Manfred of the Week. All this is done, of course, with intentionally terrible attempts at transitions. You're welcome! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 157: Not a Troptimal Outcome

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 48:10


In an early podcast for this week, Kunj and Andrew looked back on a decent-but-frustrating series at Tropicana Field (what else is new?) wherein the Yankees pitching shoved but the lineup fell short. Aaron Judge and Gleyber Torres seem to be the only hitters regularly bringing their lumber to the yard, as everyone else is either slumping (Anthony Rizzo, DJ LeMahieu), injured (Giancarlo Stanton, Josh Donaldson), or — most annoyingly — continuing to show minimal signs of life at bat (Joey Gallo, Aaron Hicks). But hey, at least, uh, Matt Carpenter is now in tow?? Thankfully, as previously stated, the Yankees' pitching has been tremendous. Nestor Cortes and Jameson Taillon absolutely dominated the Rays on Thursday & Friday, and both Gerrit Cole and Luis Severino turned in outings that would've been good enough to win most days on Saturday & Sunday. The offense had different plans though, and the merely adequate bullpen needs someone aside from the otherworldly Clay Holmes to step up. The show covers all that, Derek Jeter deciding to join Twitter for some reason, a brief B-Ref leaderboard update/tribute to Jamo, the upcoming series against the Angels, Tigers, and Twins, and of course, the Yankee & Manfred of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 156: Bringer of Bad Vibes

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 37:45


Since Andrew was out of town for a few days, it's been longer than normal since the previous PSAP recording on Tuesday of last week. Quite a few things have happened in Yankee Land, and unfortunately, most of them weren't good! Kunj and Andrew caught up on Josh Donaldson's dumb comments that hurt the Yankees' good vibes, an up-and-down homestand against the White Sox & Orioles, and the team's injured list woes relating to Giancarlo Stanton, Jonathan Loáisiga, Aroldis Chapman, Chad Green, and hey maybe you too! But not all is lost. Aaron Judge, Jose Trevino, and Clay Holmes have all been doing serious work to keep the Yankees afloat, and the starting rotation has been as steady as ever. Major kudos as always to pitching coach Matt Blake. Now, if only Aaron Hicks could show any signs of life whatsoever... We can dream, right? All these topics are discussed, as are the Yankees' schedule ahead (ew Trop), the B-Ref Leaderboard Update, and the Yankee & Manfred of the Week. Also: Kunj's preferred soda! This is an equally important subject, of course. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Weird Music Podcast
Ep. 69: Kunj Shah — Founder of Live for Live Music

Weird Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 39:07


Ep. 69: Kunj Shah — Founder of Live for Live Music This is the Weird Music Podcast, where we explore the minds of the most creative and influential people involved in improvisational music. Kunj Shah is one of the most influential movers & shakers in the funk/jam band music festival scene. In this episode, Kunj shares his story from his humble beginnings as an avid music blogger to producing many of the Jam Band scenes' hallmark events. Kunj & Cam also discuss key lessons Kunj has learned throughout his career, Kunj's perspectives on the business side of being an artist, Live for Live Music's current endeavors, and much more. Grab your tickets for Live for Live Music's "Fool's Paradise" in St. Augustine, FL June 4th & June 5th! The lineup includes Umphrey's McGee (x2), Lettuce (x2), Andy Frasco & The U.N., Jennifer Hartswick & Nick Cassarino, and The Isaiah Sharkey Band (x2) — https://www.ticketmaster.com/fools-paradise-st-augustine-florida-06-05-2022/event/22005C6BBFAACB14 Produced by: Katie Daly Sponsored by: - Thrax CBD & THC ( http://thrax.shop/ ) - SEM Tickets ( https://semtickets.com ) - JNJ Distribution ( https://jnj-distribution.com/ ) We are very grateful for our generous listeners & sponsors! Feel free to give a tip on Venmo — @Cam_Elkins

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 155: Bringer of Duff

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 38:48


In an early recording for this week's episode, Andrew and Kunj discuss noodles in DC, Hillary Duff, and the Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Okay, we're just kidding (though each gets a weird passing mention), as this is a Yankees podcast and the good ol' Bombers have remained hot! The Yankees took three out of four on the South Side of Chicago and won the first game in Baltimore on Monday night. The homering ways have continued, and Josh Donaldson in particular looks sharp. He's homered three times in the past five games, bringing some serious extra-base pop that -- despite decent numbers through the beginning of May -- had been lacking until recently. Joey Gallo has picked up the pace of late as well, and the one-two punch of Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton is still as menacing as ever. All these topics are in store, plus Nestor Cortes (yay!), Luis Severino (solid!), Jonathan Loáisiga (ehhhh), a familiar B-Ref leaderboard update, and the traditional Yankee and Manfred of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 154: Who's the Daddy Now?

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 44:24


The positive vibes remain in the Bronx, as while the 11-game winning streak came to a close last week and a ton of rain forced the Yankees into a stretch of 23 games in 22 days, they're still playing quite a bit of good baseball. Andrew and Kunj talked about that odd Mother's Day doubleheader and the series win clinch over the Rangers on Monday, and of course they discussed the Yankees' two wins over the Blue Jays in the past two days (including Aaron Judge's walk-off heroics), giving them seven consecutive series victories. That will play! There's all that, some raving about Clay Holmes entering god mode, Luis Severino showing moxie, a B-Ref leaderboard update, and our Yankee & Manfred of the Week. Also, the co-hosts got a little loopy at the end talking about Aaron Hicks & Gleyber Torres having kids. Hooray for daddy power (on the latter, anyway). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 153: Winning Streak Highlights

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 43:59


The Yankees' 11-game winning streak came to a close on Wednesday night in Toronto, but what a run it was! Andrew and Kunj discussed the first six wins of that stretch last week, and this time, they chat about the latter half, which included a third straight sweep in Kansas City and impressive back-to-back wins in Toronto. The Jays had been playing .694 ball at Rogers Centre since they returned there last July, so that is some dang good baseball. Aaron Judge has been especially hot (crushing about 437 homers in the past week), Gleyber Torres stole the show against the Blue Jays on Monday, and the pitching staff has been nothing short of spectacular. Led by Michael King in God Mode, the bullpen just doesn't allow runs anymore, and there have been great starts from the likes of Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon to discuss. The staff held the hard-hitting Jays to just five runs in three games. That's how you do it. Also, in the time since the last podcast, Joey Gallo got hurt, but is already back! Hooray. All this, a B-Ref leaderboard update, a busy May schedule preview, some accidental Reds & Mets Talk, and Yankee/Manfred of the Week are all in store! Enjoy the show, and let's hope that the Yankees remember to not drain all the fun of that winning streak by going on a 2021-esque "bucket of water" follow-up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 152: A win-win-win-win-win-win scenario

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 45:19


It's been a good week to be a Yankees fan. The Bombers put up a perfect 6-0 homestand, sweeping the Guardians and Orioles back-to-back after winning two out of three in Detroit, and they head into a three-game set tonight in Kansas City on a six-game winning streak! Andrew and Kunj have quite a few positives to discuss, from the MLB home run leader Anthony Rizzo (!) to recent mini-resurgences from Joey Gallo and Gleyber Torres, as well. Giancarlo Stanton got No. 350, Aaron Judge homered on his birthday (and again two days later), and Isiah Kiner-Falefa seems to have hit his stride at shortstop. Behind Nestor Cortes, Gerrit Cole, and the bullpen dominance of Michael King & company, the pitching has had quite a few highlights, too. Smiles all around! The co-hosts get into all these topics, the B-Ref Leaderboard Update, and our Yankee & Manfred of the Week. Now, for the Yankees to keep these good vibes going on their road trip through Kansas City and Toronto... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 150: Opening Day weekend

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 43:52


Opening Day at Yankee Stadium has come and gone, and the Yankees won their first three-game set of the year against the Red Sox. As Homer Simpson would say, “That's good!” But the Yanks also dropped the series finale while squandering several scoring opportunities and then got completely blanked by the Blue Jays in their series opener against the AL East favorites. As Homer Simpson would say, “That's bad.” Yes, the Yankees are already a land of contrasts, so we get into it. Positives include Giancarlo Stanton, Anthony Rizzo, and the pitching staff in general (outside of Gerrit Cole's weird Billy Crystal grumblings). Negatives include Isiah Kiner-Falefa, Kyle Higashioka, and Aaron Hicks (at least pre-Tuesday night). Mystery boxes include Joey Gallo, DJ LeMahieu, and Gleyber Torres. Since the Aaron Judge extension saga also came to a close (for now) this past week, the duo also returned to the topic a little to critique both how the Yankees' front office publicly handled the extension, and then to roll eyes at the comments about not making a single offer to Carlos Correa or Freddie Freeman. Next up: a few more games with Toronto, and road trips to Baltimore and Detroit. Andrew and Kunj look ahead to them and then wrap up with the newly-renamed Yankee and Manfred of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 149: Bring on 2022

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 55:15


Opening Day is nearly upon us! So it's time for Andrew and Kunj to dust off the ol' podcast feed and look ahead to the Yankees' long-awaited 2022 campaign. They start off with a rundown of the major moves from the offseason, highlighted by the Greg Bird signing trade that brought Josh Donaldson and Isiah Kiner-Falefa to the Yankees in exchange for Gary Sánchez and Gio Urshela. There's also the return of Anthony Rizzo, the late spring swaps to add Miguel Castro to the bullpen and Jose Trevino to the catching corps, and the decisions to bid farewell to Luke Voit, Clint Frazier, Corey Kluber, Joely Rodríguez, and — seemingly — Brett Gardner. Next up is a review of how the Opening Day roster seems to be lining up, with the Yankees electing to go with a three-man bench in April, thanks to expanded rosters after a shortened spring and a desire to get as many pitching arms in the mix as possible. Marwin Gonzalez made the team as an all-purpose utilityman, and rookies JP Sears, Ron Marinaccio, and Clarke Schmidt will get shots in the bullpen. One looming question remains: Will Aaron Judge be extended before his Opening Day deadline, or is he heading into a contract year and a potential departure next offseason? Ask Freddie Freeman; it could happen. Finally, they wrap up with a general Yankees season preview, delving into the changes to the hitting staff and their biggest projects for 2022 (Joey Gallo, Gleyber Torres, DJ LeMahieu, Aaron Hicks), whether the team's defense-first catching approach will work out, and if pitching coach Matt Blake can continue to work his magic with the rotation of Gerrit Cole and His Merry Men. At the very least, the bullpen looks loaded once again. There is also some brief discussion of the rest of the AL East foes, as the Blue Jays, Rays, and Red Sox are sure to continue being thorns in the Yankees' side. The podcast ends, as always, with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week/Offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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PSA Twittercast Ep. 1: Post-Lockout Frenzy

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 64:56


We're testing out something new in the Pinstripe Alley Podcast's return to the airwaves in 2022. Our own Josh Diemert began hosting Twitter Spaces in the second half of the 2021 campaign, and Twitter now allows users to record their hosted Spaces. Andrew and Kunj will still host the standard show during the regular season, but for now, since we had the raw audio file, we wanted to let you all listen to more PSA voices! Josh hosted a Twitter Space on the night of Wednesday, March 16th, with fellow PSA writers Peter Brody and Esteban Rivera. They chatted about the attention-grabbing Josh Donaldson/Isiah Kiner-Falefa/Ben Rortvedt/Gary Sánchez/Gio Urshela trade with the Twins, Anthony Rizzo's return to pinstripes, the Yankees' hesitance to splurge on big-time free agents, and the tension surrounding New York City's vaccine mandates and a certain superstar right fielder. Toward the end, they also played a game where predicted over/under win totals on every American League team, from the offseason favorite Blue Jays to the clearance sale A's and the hapless Orioles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Drops of Nectar For Joyful Living
Kunj Mein Bhi Radhe Ghanshyam Radhe Radhe- Parmarth Niketan

Drops of Nectar For Joyful Living

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 5:47


Kunj Mein Bhi Radhe Ghanshyam Radhe Radhe- Parmarth Niketan by The Parmarth Niketan Podcast

Shri Paramhanso ki  Mahima
Shri Premi Mahatma ji Satsang at Vasant Kunj

Shri Paramhanso ki Mahima

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 28:02


Shri Premi Mahatma ji Satsang at Vasant Kunj Shri Anandpur Dham Mahima by SSDN Angels with Blessing of Shri Paramhans Dayal Ji - श्री आरती-पूजा सत्संग सेवा सुमिरन और ध्यान, श्रद्धा सहित सेवन करे निश्चय हो कल्याण || Listen to the full podcast. On multiple apps - Apple Podcast Google Podcast Amazon Music Gaana Music Jiosavan Spotify YoutTube

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 148: A Festivus of Forgetfulness

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 61:38


The Pinstripe Alley Festivus Podcast. It's a tradition unlike any other — one as old as time itself. And by time, we mean, uh, 2013, co-opted from a goofy TV thing that aired in 1997, and one that has been dormant for a few years. Maybe call this a soft reboot of the idea, à la “Spider Man: Homecoming.” Anyway, that doesn't really matter. The 2021 Yankees sure gave Kunj and I quite a bit to air some grievances about, so in the good ol' spirit of Frank Costanza, that's exactly what we're going to do. Yes, yes, there are some feats of strength as well, and thankfully, nobody has to wrestle their father to salute greatness from the likes of Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton. But boy howdy, do we have grievances. To quote Frank, “Now, you're gonna hear about ‘em.” On a lighter note, thank you sincerely for tuning into our podcasts throughout this turbulent season. We know the Yankees didn't always give us the most interesting topics to discuss, but we're glad that you were out there listening to, well, air our grievances all year long and not just today. Hopefully, baseball's lockout doesn't drag on too long and we'll have some better news to review in the new year. We can hope. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 147: Electric Boonegaloo

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 44:23


It's been a couple weeks at this point, but the Yankees' 2021 season is over. It lasted just one game longer than the rest of the American League playoff field, as the Red Sox clobbered them in the Wild Card Game at Fenway Park. It was a bummer, but of course not all that surprising given how the year had progressed. Kunj and Andrew didn't return to just talk about the Wild Card loss, though. The big news from yesterday was that Aaron Boone would be returning to the Yankees' managerial helm in 2022 on a new three-year contract, albeit without his hitting coaches and Phil Nevin. Regardless of how frustrating the Yankees looked in 2021, this always appeared to be the most likely conclusion. Hal Steinbrenner and Brian Cashman seemed too fond of Boone to let him go. The hosts work through their thoughts on the non-move & coaching updates, roll eyes at some of Steinbrenner and Cashman's comments, discuss the injury updates (Aaron Hicks comeback szn?), and muse on some of the front office concerns. It does sound like the Yankees will be pursuing a shortstop in free agency, and though the field isn't great, Gary Sánchez's days behind the plate might be numbered. Finally, we wrap things up with a salute to the retiring announcer Ken Singleton and our Yankees & Mitres of the Season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Shri Paramhanso ki  Mahima
5th Master Divya Jyoti Diwas - Shri Anand Shanti Kunj - Shri Anandpur Dham

Shri Paramhanso ki Mahima

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 21:34


5th Master Divya Jyoti Diwas - Shri Anand Shanti Kunj - Shri Anandpur Dham

Shri Paramhanso ki  Mahima
Shanti Kunj - Vishram Lauri Shri Anandpur ( शांति कुंज विश्राम लौरी )

Shri Paramhanso ki Mahima

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 5:36


Shri Anandpur Dham Mahima by SSDN Angels with Blessing of Shri Paramhans Dayal Ji - Shanti Kunj - Vishram Lauri Shri Anandpur ** श्री आनंदपुर धाम महिमा ** श्री आरती-पूजा सत्संग सेवा सुमिरन और ध्यान, श्रद्धा सहित सेवन करे निश्चय हो कल्याण || Check out the latest episode of Shri Anandpur Darbar Mahima! Listen to the full podcast. On multiple apps - Apple Podcast Google Podcast Amazon Music Gaana Music Jiosavan Spotify

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 145: Big G and the Frantic Finish

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 39:52


Leave it to the Yankees to wring every last bit of drama out of this wayward 2021 season. A week after looking so uninspiring against Baltimore and Cleveland that Andrew and Kunj were close to writing them off, they've roped 'em back in with consecutive sweeps of the Rangers at home (yawn) and the Red Sox at Fenway (wait, what?). Giancarlo Stanton went berserk in Boston and suddenly, the Yankees are in the driver's seat of the AL Wild Card race. Of course, for as good as the offense and bullpen look right now, this final week won't be easy. New York faces a tougher schedule than its Wild Card foes and will be tested by the Blue Jays and Rays as 2021 draws to a close. The days ahead are still daunting, but at least the Fenway sweep made the outlook brighter. Other topics beyond the zany pennant race include Gleyber Torres' resurgence, Jameson Taillon and Jonathan Loáisiga's pending returns, Aaron Judge's gross pinky dislocation, and Luis Severino just bringing a damn smile to the co-hosts' faces. There's all that and as always, the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 143: Surviving September

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 38:45


It's been a weird, rough stretch for the Yankees since their 13-game winning streak, but Kunj was fortunate enough to miss most of it while on vacation. He returned on Saturday though, and what do you know! It coincided with a Yankees victory to snap the seven-game losing streak. Maybe they were just sad without him. In all seriousness, the Wild Card race has grown much tighter and on Monday morning, the Yankees were out of a playoff spot for the first time in a month. They're back in it now, but remain neck-and-neck-and-neck with the Blue Jays and Red Sox as they trudge on through their run of 20 games in 20 days. The pitching staff still looks tired, Gleyber Torres isn't a shortstop anymore, and we're all just trying to hang in there. But hey, the Yankees have now won three of the last four games. Hope springs eternal! Other topics discussed aside from the playoff race include Jameson Taillon's injury, Domingo Germán and Luis Severino's possible returns (again), a possible farewell to Clint Fraazier, a glimpse at the up-and-down schedule ahead, and Kunj's post-vacation B-Ref WAR update. Oh, and of course, a not-so-modest Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 142: Jeter to Hall, Yankees to Hell

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 49:15


As noted on last week's podcast, Kunj is on the other side of the world this week and avoiding Yankees baseball while soaking up the sun. That turned out to be a blissful plan, as he's missed a disastrous pair of series between the weekend loss to the Orioles and the current Blue Jays bludgeoning. The Yankees have already lost their Wild Card lead on Boston and will be a mere half-game in front of Toronto if they don't rally to avoid a four-game sweep today. Not content to suffer alone, Andrew roped former Beyond the Box Score editor and PSA scribe Matt Provenzano into discussing the frustrating past week with him. (He's clearly quite kind.) The two talked through the Yankees' slump, from the suddenly-sputtering bats to the pitching staff that's just trying to hang in there. The bullpen's gassed, and that's not helping matters one bit. A constant theme of the episode touched on the Yankees perhaps facing a crossroads in the near-future with all the names on paper failing to live up the resumes. It's tough stretch. In lieu of the “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment though, Andrew and Matt turned to the bright side “Met a Hall of Famer.” Derek Jeter was enshrined in Cooperstown yesterday, so they took the opportunity to talk about the ceremony a bit before playing armchair psychologist on why some fans dig their heels in on the idea that Jeter “wasn't good, actually.” The hottest takes are rarely correct. At the end, they wrap up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week, and boy, were there not many candidates for the former. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 141: Never Trust the West Coast

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 37:30


We were fooled. We thought that maybe -- just to mix things up -- the Yankees would have a good West Coast trip. They even started strong, extending their winning streak in 60 years to 13 games with back-to-back victories in Oakland. Then ... they looked completely lost for four days in a row against the A's and Angels. Oof. Andrew and Kunj try to strike the balance between optimism & realism about the Yankees' most recent stretch (recorded prior to Gerrit Cole's dominance last night), while looking in on some of what went wrong. Corey Kluber's still working out the kinks, Jameson Taillon might be fatigued, and Gio Urshela is getting accustomed to playing again, too. Let's just hope that his latest snafu doesn't look worse, post-MRI. At least Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton are still raking. The co-hosts also took a look at the Yankees' upcoming schedule and the current playoff race, which has New York perhaps too far back of Tampa Bay to worry much about the AL East, and the Red Sox going through a shaky week as well amid Wild Card contention. Time constraints prevented the standard "Meet a Baby Bomber" segment, but don't worry: there was no missing the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 140: “This Winning Streak Goes to 11”

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 50:27


The Yankees simply haven't stopped winning since the last time Andrew and Kunj sat down to record a podcast. A solid five-game winning streak has bloomed into the club's longest such run in 36 years: 11 victories in a row. The Red Sox, Twins, and Braves have been swept aside, and the Bombers now have a three-game lead in the first Wild Card spot. Although it's annoying that the Rays keep winning as well, that will play! The streak's latest highlights are the main discussion points, including *outfielder* Giancarlo Stanton doing spectacular work, hometown hero Andrew Velazquez's moment in the spotlight, and even Andrew Heaney coming up with a big start. Don't worry though, we still have time to wring our hands about Aroldis Chapman's latest struggles and Zack Britton's season perhaps being done. At least Gio Urshela is coming back today in Oakland. Later on, the co-hosts wrap up the show with "Meet a Baby Bomber" segments on the wonderfully-named Ocean Gabonia and no-hit artist Sean Boyle, and as always, the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 139: The Wild Card-Leading Yankees — Really!

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 51:44


On July 5th, the Yankees trailed the Red Sox by 10.5 games. It's now August 19th, and after six and a half weeks, the Bombers have finally caught 'em and now lead the American League Wild Card race. It's been a little over a week since Andrew and Kunj's last podcast, so they went long on the wacky Royals series, the Field of Dreams Game and far-more-successful sojourn to Chicago, the make-up victory over the Angels, and of course, the sweep of the Red Sox. There have been some frustrating games here and there and the Yankees haven't made it easy, but it's nice to revel in a winning streak! When even Tyler Wade is on an over-.400 run, then you know things are going quite nicely. The show does have injury news to go over, though thankfully, it's more on the side of activations than setbacks. Gerrit Cole, Jordan Montgomery, Gary Sánchez, Anthony Rizzo, and Aroldis Chapman. More reinforcements could be soon to follow, though the co-hosts do send their best wishes out to Clint Frazier and Luis Severino, who now don't seem likely to return. Alas. The "Meet a Baby Bomber" segment stops in with Kyle Holder and Isaiah Pasteur, and Andrew and Kunj wrap up as always with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. PS: Someone help Kevin Costner with his wardrobe. Kunj is begging. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 138: One Gil of a Rookie

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 42:23


Andrew and Kunj discuss a promising 5-2 week of Yankees baseball that featured some pretty great games bookended by a couple frustrating ones. On the bright side, they mostly took of business with Baltimore before nabbing three of four from the Wild Card rival Mariners over the weekend. They were legitimately fun wins! The team is doing as much as it can to hang in the race despite setbacks elsewhere, and rookie Luis Gil has been key to that excitement in the past week. Speaking of those setbacks, the Yankees lost even more players due to COVID positives and injury. Down went Gary Sánchez and Anthony Rizzo, joining Gerrit Cole and Jordan Montgomery on the COVID-IL. Down went Aroldis Chapman and Gleyber Torres to standard baseball nicks and bruises. The episode was recorded when the Yankees still thought that Gio Urshela's return was imminent, but now that's pushed back as well. Joy. Nonetheless, the Yankees are hanging in there, and while the rehab is understandably slow, there could be help on the horizon. Urshela's delay shouldn't be long and both Luis Severino and Corey Kluber are in the midst of rehab assignments. Fingers crossed that they go well and that those afflicted by COVID recover soon. As always, the co-hosts end the show with "Meet a Baby Bomber," in which we meet the rookie reliever duo of Stephen Ridings and Brody Koerner, and then wrap up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 137: Gallo, Rizzo, and, uh, COVID-o

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 44:14


After a busy, busy trade deadline, Andrew and Kunj reconvene to discuss all of the Yankees' moves, led of course by the tragic DFA-ing of Sal Romano, "The Big Cheese." We miss you already, buddy. In reality, the Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo trades were of course the focus, and the deals featuring Andrew Heaney, Luis Cessa, Justin Wilson, and Clay Holmes were all discussed. GM Brian Cashman did a pretty good job of keeping the team competitive for the stretch of 2021 while also helping the 2022 club and keeping the most important prospects to the Yankees' future in tow. It's a fine line, and the club got off to a good start post-deadline with a sweep of the Marlins. But because this is still the 2021 Yankees, there had to be some bad news, and Gerrit Cole's COVID diagnosis was the original focus. Then, the Jordan Montgomery COVID news broke mid-recording and the co-hosts got a little delirious. Gio Urshela and Domingo Germán also landed on the injured list, though on the bright side, Luis Severino and Corey Kluber seem to be making their way back. In the latter half of the show, Andrew and Kunj "Meet a Baby Bomber" with Everson Pereira and Josh Breaux (hey, a rhyme!), who both happened to earn minor league promotions during the recording. Then, they close out with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week, and salute AL Pitcher of the Month Jameson Taillon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 136: Trade Deadline Tribulations

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 46:52


Andrew and Kunj are back on the PSA Podcast beat this week, and the weekend in Boston went so poorly that the two-game mini-sweep of the Phillies wasn't mentioned even once. That's how much of a great time the Yankees had at Fenway, where Chad Green, Jonathan Loaisiga, and Brooks Kriske all experienced spectacular meltdowns in a four-game series loss that probably sank the Yankees out of AL East contention in 2021. FanGraphs has the preseason AL favorite's odds of winning the AL East all the way down at 3.5 percent, with just over a one-in-three chance to even make the Wild Card Game. Delightful. There's also the Trade Deadline to discuss this week, as it looms on Friday afternoon. Will the Yankees still choose to buy? Will they pursue a strategic retool? Who could reasonably be put on the market? The co-hosts talk those possibilities before moving on to the regular "Meet a Baby Bomber" and "Yankee/Mitre of the Week" segments, featuring Donny Sands, Dermis Garcia, Gary Sánchez, Gleyber Torres, and some miserable members of the Yankees' bullpen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 135: The LaMarre/Allen/Amburgey Era

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 40:22


At one point, Andrew and Kunj thought that there might not be enough to talk about for a podcast so soon after the most recent edition went live last Thursday. Then, well, Aaron Judge and several other Yankees got COVID, Luke Voit ended up back on the injured list, and suddenly, the Yankees' lineup against the Red Sox featured an outfield of Ryan LaMarre, Greg Allen, and Trey Amburgey. Perhaps the most inexplicable part of this entire development is that after all those losses, the Yankees finally won their first series of the year against the Red Sox. Just the way they planned it, right? Those topics are the main focus of today's podcast, though Andrew and Kunj also find room to praise the resurgent Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon and attempt to be optimistic about Rougned Odor and Gleyber Torres. Who the hell knows what will happen next at this point, so let's just hope the B-squad Bombers can help the team stay afloat in this critical period before the trade deadline. The "Meet a Baby Bomber" segments this week focused on ascending prospect Anthony Volpe (the 2019 first-round draft pick) and Tampa first baseman Eric Wagaman. Then, the co-hosts close out with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 134: “Allergic to Sweeps” Week

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 44:06


The last time Andrew and Kunj podcasted, the first half was essentially over, as half of the Yankees' season had already been played. Well, now we're beyond the math, as the All-Star break and MLB Draft are both behind us. The Yankees officially kick off the second half on Thursday night against the Red Sox, and they still have so much to prove. The Yankees technically ended the first half on a high note with a 4-2 road trip through Seattle and Houston, but once again in a recurring theme of the 2021 season, they entered the finales with a chance to sweep and failed to do so. The second loss was particularly galling, as the Yankees blew a five-run lead in the ninth behind the bizarrely bad Chad Green, who has been otherwise-excellent. There have been some encouraging signs, as the Yankees' offense has looked a lot better since the start of June and Gerrit Cole looked absolutely filthy in his 1-0 Saturday shutout. But there's a long way to go. Andrew and Kunj also touched on Yankees injury updates, their first-round draft selection of Trey Sweeney, and used the "Meet a Baby Bomber" segment to meet two new draft picks: second-rounder Brendan Beck and sixth-rounder Richard Fitts. Then they wrap it up with the Yankee/Mitre of the Week and some scattered Home Run Derby thoughts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 133: Everything Sucks

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 43:49


As it turns out, Andrew picked a good week to go to the beach. Since the last podcast, the Yankees were embarrassed by the Red Sox, Angels, and Mets in order, and their best pitchers (Gerrit Cole and Aroldis Chapman) looked more suspect than ever. Isn't chaos great? Andrew and Kunj caught up on this dismal 2-7 stretch of Yankees baseball that only further clouded the potential playoff picture. Fenway losses, Chapman meltdowns, and glum press conferences were all too frequent. Now, it's not just Aaron Boone and Brian Cashman trying to put on a brave face, it's also Hal Steinbrenner, who addressed the media after Wednesday night's ninth-inning disaster. Great stuff. Other topics included Tim Locastro, the All-Star selections (sans Gary Sánchez), the dreadful pitching staff, and — on a better note — the “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment on Luis Medina & Max Burt, and our Yankee/Mitre of the Week. Here's hoping that the team rebounds soon on its ... /checks notes/ ... West Coast road trip? Yikes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 132: The Triple Secret Weapon

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 49:10


The Yankees beat our lowly expectations from last week and actually took care of business quite handily against the Blue Jays and A's! They swept their division rival in Buffalo (a house of horrors in 2020), and then took two out of three at home from the AL West leaders. Sure, they were aided along the way by the hot bat of Gary Sánchez, but they also had a secret weapon: the ol' triple play. Andrew and Kunj have plenty to discuss from those positive topics alone, plus an update on the now-established “Sticky Stuff” guidelines for pitchers(and why they might be a scare tactic), happy thoughts on come-from-behind wins, Sánchez catching Gerrit Cole, and Luke Voit's imminent return. Don't worry though, there is still room for venting, particularly at the perhaps-inevitable “Luis Severino is our trade acquisition” quotes. Our “Meet a Baby Bomber” segment profiles the red-hot Hoy Jun Park and former-relief-prospect-turned-Scranton-veteran Nick Goody. As always, we wrap up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. As a minor programming note, we'll both be out of town at different times next week, so there will be no show, but look for us again in early July! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

DeTox with dToks | Rejuvenation Routinely - Mental Health
Turning smaller experiences, into large stories, through traveling | Kunj Sanghvi

DeTox with dToks | Rejuvenation Routinely - Mental Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 15:35


The 66th episode of dToks features Kunj Sanghvi, a writer, 4x author and the cofounder ofInsideIIM

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 129: Happy Thames Have Gone Away

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 43:40


Corey Kluber's no-hitter feels like a million years already, right? Andrew and Kunj's most recent podcast came out on the day that he made his first post-no-no start with the Yankees on a six-game winning streak. Since then, Kluber got hurt, Luke Voit returned to the IL, Giancarlo Stanton came back ice cold, and the Yankees' offense continued its horrifying tailspin. The pitching was able to hide these woes during that aforementioned streak, but in the past week, the hitters have looked about as bad as they've been all season. They lost two of three against Toronto, enduring a humiliating sweep in Detroit at the hands of the Tigers, and had dropped the opener of this four-game set against the Rays at the time of recording. So yeah, the hosts had a lot to vent about. If they had time to record after the walk-off win last night, they might have been less angry, but alas. The lineup has quite a bit to prove anyway, if not only to assure fans that despite the statistics, they do not belong in the same offensive category as the 2021 Pirates. (High bar.) Moreover, Andrew and Kunj wondered aloud if the regressions of DJ LeMahieu, Clint Frazier, Gleyber Torres, and more are enough to at least discuss whether Marcus Thames should still be the hitting coach for the job. A big week lies ahead against the Rays and Red Sox. At the end of the show, we "Meet a Baby Bomber" with Janson Junk (Dan Kelly article on Junk linked here) and Nick Green, Then of course we wrap up with our Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Hint: There were many more folks contending for the latter than the former. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 128: Kluber’s No-No & the Shutout Streak

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 38:18


Last week, Andrew and Kunj published the latest podcast on Wednesday morning. Since then, the Yankees’ starting pitchers have yet to allow a single run — a remarkable scoreless stretch of 35 straight innings. That’s been the secret sauce to the Yankees’ six-game winning streak, which helped them take three of four against the Rangers and then sweep the team that was the best in the AL heading into the weekend: the White Sox. The highlight of it all was, of course, Corey Kluber’s no-hitter in Texas, which was the Yankees’ first since 1999 and just the 12th in franchise history. So you’ll forgive the co-hosts if they go on at length about Kluber for his outstanding effort, in which he never looked like he broke a sweat. Gerrit Cole and Jordan Montgomery also earned praise for their dominant outings against Chicago. Thanks mostly to Gleyber Torres and Aaron Judge, the offense was able to make these gems count. Andrew and Kunj also ask the position players to stop running into outs on the bases, sigh deeply about Aaron Hicks likely being lost for the season (and Miguel Andújar’s defense), and then wrap things up with “Meet a Baby Bomber” — featuring pitching prospect Luis Gil and outfielder Steven Sensley — and the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 125: Giancarlo the Two-Hole Terror

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 41:33


After an up-and-down series split in Baltimore, the Yankees came home to the Bronx and took care of business over the weekend against the Tigers. They swept perhaps the worst team in baseball out of town and returned to .500 for the first time since April 12th. This all means that Andrew and Kunj got to have a mostly positive podcast! Isn’t that nice? Giancarlo Stanton has been excelling since being installed as the No. 2 hitter, and Aaron Judge has picked up the pace right behind him, too. The two hosts talked about them, the Yankees’ rest schedules, touch on the Mike Tauchman/Wandy Peralta trade, and then raved about the outstanding recent efforts of Gerrit Cole, Corey Kluber, and the pitching staff, which posted the best ERA and WHIP in the American League for the month of April. Just as we all expected, right? Andrew and Kunj also introduced a new weekly segment: “Meet a Baby Bomber,” a Yankees-focused riff on the “Meet a Major Leaguer” feature from “Effectively Wild.” This will be an effort to get to know more prospects and minor leaguers in the Yankees’ system a little more than folks already do — this week’s selections were No. 4 prospect Oswald Peraza and the other Justin Wilson (a righty reliever). Don’t worry though, the “Yankee and Mitre of the Week” segment isn’t going anywhere. There were some worthy picks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 124: Beware the 3-0 Lead

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 36:59


Andrew and Kunj wanted this podcast to be an enjoyable one. They really did. They thought that it would be all pleasant after the series victory in Cleveland! And don’t worry, they still talked about those awesome 3-0 rallies and Gerrit Cole outdueling Shane Bieber again. They were determined to some positives! Gio Urshela, Kyle Higashioka, and some dingers helped out there. The problem was that they had to record the day after an especially dispiriting loss to 2021 Matt Harvey and the Orioles, which was the team’s second defeat in a row and a return to the previous week’s offensive doldrums. The fact that it came on the heels of Sunday’s Jameson Taillon-led loss didn’t help either. Other topics of note included the best use of the Gary Sánchez/Kyle Higashioka conundrum, the Deivi García/Michael King swingman shuttle role, the overblown Aaron Judge/Angels rumors, and more Yankees nonsense. Note that this was recorded prior to the news of Higashioka’s bump in playing time, and the Mike Tauchman trade, though I did a short bit on the latter at the top of the episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 123: Please Refrain From Being Garbage

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 37:17


There's no easy to say this: Andrew and Kunj have had dentist appointments more enjoyable than the past week of Yankees baseball. The team is winless since our last recording, having dropped five in a row while suffering an embarrassing home sweep at the hands of the Rays. Andrew and Kunj gradually run through everything going wrong with the team, from the offense (in a nightmarish slump) to the pitching staff (lackluster outside of Gerrit Cole and a couple relievers) and defense (dismal fundamentals and poor play). As they note, a portion of the Yankees' struggles will likely remedy themselves soon, but some are flawed by design. That's concerning. They also discussed the unfortunate Friday incident where fans threw balls onto the field and Jay Bruce's unceremonious-but-necessary retirement. Yankees fans will always remember you, Jay. (Until they don't.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast 122: The Gerrit Cole Show (feat. The Yankees)

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 37:19


Andrew and Kunj discuss the three different kinds of Gerrit Cole starts so far — tough-luck loss, overpowering win, and grind-it-out win — while also bringing up the value of his good rapport with backup catcher Kyle Higashioka. It’s clear that Higgy should receive the lion’s share of Cole starts over Gary Sánchez, but they still think it’s important for Sánchez to at least occasionally catch him. As for the offense? The Higashioka homers were nice, as was the 10th-inning rally on Sunday, but it still has to do better. They were dominated by the Rays’ bullpen and have been hitting into far too many double plays. They're not panicking about whether or not this offense is actually good because the talent is there, but it can easily improve. Minimizing Jay Bruce is part of that. They also briefly touched on Tyler Wade and Domingo Germán’s demotions, the tone-deaf Mushnick comments on Sánchez using an interpreter, and Aaron Hicks taking a deserved mental health day in memory of Daunte Wright.  You can listen to the show on the web player below, or on any of your preferred podcast apps — to name a few, we’re on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, PlayerFM, and iHeartRadio. As a reminder, if you were already subscribed to former host Ryan Chichester’s “Bomber Brothers” feed, then you’re good! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 120: Drafting Our Favorite 2021 Storylines

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 47:42


It’s Opening Day Eve and well past time for another podcast! The Yankees will begin their 2021 season tomorrow afternoon against the Blue Jays, and we’re ready to see some regular season baseball again. Andrew and Kunj caught up on the latest spring training news, focusing on the unfortunate Luke Voit injury that has led us to “Opening Day first baseman Jay Bruce,” as well as the the pitching situation getting mostly settled with Justin Wilson landing on the injured list and Domingo Germán winning the last rotation spot over Deivi García. Of course, we still anticipate seeing plenty of García in 2021. After the quick news rundown, Andrew and Kunj did a draft with a very simple premise: “Things We’re Excited About From the 2021 Yankees.” It’s exactly what you think it is, and it was a lot of fun! (Even if Andrew accidentally cheated a bit.) As always, we wrapped up with the Yankee and Mitre of the Week. Also, reserve catcher Max McDowell ended up being mentioned at least five times in this show. It was quite the thing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 119: Lucas Luetge? Lucas Luetge.

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 41:49


As the spring training schedule is now past the halfway point, it’s time for a new podcast episode with Andrew and Kunj to discuss the various goings-on. Setup man Zack Britton has unfortunately hit the injury shelf, and that loss is the first topic of discussion. The Yankees will miss his steady presence in the bullpen. Fortunately, manager Aaron Boone (back and healthy after last episode’s scare) has a surprising new lefty perhaps ready to nab an open spot: Lucas Luetge, who has not pitched in the majors since 2015 and is almost 34. The fifth starter battle is also heating up with Domingo Germán and Deivi García, so we discussed how the Yankees might approach that roster decision. Later on, we also talked about Jay Bruce staking his claim to a roster spot, how that throws Mike Tauchman and Tyler Wade into some peril. We then wrap up with some more injury talk, namely to the beleaguered Miguel Andújar and Robinson Chirinos (and Kyle Higashioka, to a lesser extent).  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 118: Gardy Returns, Exhibitions Begin

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 32:15


Now that the Grapefruit League has begun, there is actually some vaguely real baseball to watch! Fully aware of the goofiness of the extremely small number of games, Andrew and Kunj talk about what they've liked so far from Gary Sánchez and Jameson Taillon, why Tom was correct on Gerrit Cole working with Sánchez, Clarke Schmidt's elbow strain, and hit-by-pitch maverick Derek Dietrich popping up as a non-roster invitee. Brett Gardner also re-signed in the time since the last recording, so he is discussed in addition to their shared frustration about non-televised spring training games. The news of Aaron Boone's heart scare broke in the middle of this episode, so he is briefly mentioned as well. Our thoughts are with him as he recovers. Note: This episode was recorded before Corey Kluber's start on Wednesday; otherwise, he probably would've shared Yankee of the Week honors with Taillon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 117: Pitchers, Catchers, & Bruce, Oh My

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 42:35


In the time since Andrew and Kunj's last podcast, there has been some more baseball activity. Lefty reliever Justin Wilson signed a contract to return to the Yankees’ bullpen, Jay Bruce and Robinson Chirinos came aboard as minor league free agents, James Paxton officially bid farewell to New York by rejoining the Mariners, the minor leagues were reorganized, and MLB adopted rules for 2021 (including the seven-inning doubleheaders and extra innings with automatic runners on second). Got all that? Good. Because it's all discussed, in addition to some musing on longtime Yankee Brett Gardner's future, as he is currently on the outside looking in. An old favorite of the show also returned — the Yankee and Mitre of the Week, this time expanded for the full offseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans
Pinstripe Alley Podcast Ep. 116: Offseason Roundup

Pinstripe Alley: for New York Yankees fans

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 38:18


Andrew and Kunj reboot the original Pinstripe Alley Podcast to talk about the Yankees’ relatively busy offseason, discussing the return of DJ LeMahieu, the additions of Corey Kluber, Jameson Taillon, and Darren O’Day, and our sadness at the departure of Masahiro Tanaka. That guy ruled and we miss him already. We also made fun of Rockies management for the Nolan Arenado deal because, well, why wouldn’t we? Note: The episode number choice is inspired by the continuation of our original podcast, but those 2012-18 episodes will not be in this feed. If you have some dark desire to revisit them and listen to us lose our minds over the madness of the 2013 Yankees with some crappy audio, you can do so through its old website here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Moneycontrol Podcast
3003: The Market Podcast | Keep 30% of portfolio in cash to buy amid US-election volatility: Kunj Bansal

Moneycontrol Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 7:29


In The Market Podcast with Moneycontrol, Kunj Bansal said that it makes sense for investors to divide their portfolio in two parts. Investors can keep 70% of the portfolio in long-term investments while the rest 30 percent could be in liquid cash that can be used at times of volatility.

Moneycontrol Podcast
2931: The Market Podcast | Kunj Bansal demystifies global investing; allocate 10% of funds

Moneycontrol Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2020 13:07


Do you also fancy investing in global funds? Well, the good news is that many brokerage houses have opened their services for global investing, but investors at the same time should remain cautious because it is only NASDAQ which has performed, explains Kunj Bansal, CIO, Karvy Capital in ‘The Market Podcast’ with Moneycontrol.

Coffee By Two
The after-life of a creative director with Kunj Shah

Coffee By Two

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2019 38:32


Kunj was an advertising creative director who quit her full-time job to follow her varied passions that include travel and cooking. Today, she takes up select projects, travels, and has already hosted two food pop-ups. In a world where everyone wants to be a digital nomad and influencer, I sat down with Kunj to ask her what exactly it is like to live off the grid. Is it all about working on top of mountains and on beaches? Is it a life devoid of any worries? Listen to the podcast to know what Kunj has to say about life after stepping away from the rat race. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pawan85/message

#Best Spiritual List
Jai Radha Madhav kunj bihari.

#Best Spiritual List

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2019 1:19


This song related to lord Krishna and meaningful summary about it. Listen very sweetly and understand their magic lines.

Pinstripe Alley Podcast
EP 115: Thunderdome

Pinstripe Alley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2018


We are about to watch the New York Yankees face the Oakland Athletics in a one-game elimination death match. Yay. Naturally, we decided to do a podcast to sum up our feelings on the Wild Card game, as well as the 2nd half of the season. Also naturally, we invited former Pinstripe Alley writer and current Cut4 contributor Andrew Mearns back on the PahSahp. Was this just an opportunity for Kunj and I to yell “MEARNS!” all PahSahp long. I’m not saying it was, but I’m not not saying that as well.We discuss what the Yankees managed to accomplish this year and what they have to look forward to in the playoffs. Of course, the thing we all have to look forward to is drinking and pain and hopefully some excitement mixed in. Of course, we all decide to give our Yankees and Mitres of the second half, because that’s what we do. The answers will probably not shock you, to be honest. Especially the Mitres.