Thursday, April 30, 2009

Sit tight

Sorry for the lack of posting lately... we'll be back in full gear come monday May 4th!

Go Yankees!

Monday, April 27, 2009

Yankees swept, don't panic

Yes, the Yankees got swept by the Red Sox at Fenway, but do i think we should panic? No, not yet.

The Yankees have started the season at 9-9, not great, but we haven't seen anything close to the greatness that this team can produce. Mark Melancon made his major league debut yesterday and pitched very well, the Yankees need a setup man, he could be our answer.

Luckily for the Yankees, Brian Bruney's injury isn't that serious and he could be back when he is elligible to come off the DL. Bullpen wise, the Yanks haven't looked so good, Marte, Coke, Veras, Ramirez...all have been terrible, but i believe both Marte and Coke will turn things around. Veras and Ramirez...yea...not so much...

The Yankees starting rotation hasn't been great so far this year, but it still is one of the best, if not the best, in the majors. I feel Chien Ming Wang will get his arm strength back and return to form, his ERA won't show it, but he'll help the Yankees alot down the stretch. CC Sabathia, generally a slow starter, hasn't even shown a glimpse of what he's capable of, though his start in Kansas City was great, i feel he is capable of more.

Joba Chamberlain hasn't been great to start the season and alot of you think he should move into the ailing bullpen. I won't condone that move unless i see Melancon and Robertson fail miserably, until then, keep him as a starter.

The Yankees offense has been suffering without A-Rod, but considering they are 9-9 right now, i'm not that worried, it could and should be alot worse. Robinson Cano is a beast right now, Jorge Posada has been consistent all year, Hideki Matsui is really starting to come around as is Derek Jeter and Johnny Damon. Several Yankees are slumping, Teixeira, Gardner and Swisher... but they'll all come around sooner or later, and when A-Rod comes back, i think it will take alot of the pressure off of some Yankees trying to do too much.

Yes, the last couple of games against the Red Sox have been bad, but honestly, the Yankees will recover and we all know it... even though some Yankee fans are contemplating jumping off a bridge at this point...

Thursday, April 23, 2009

He's still the same old Melk...

Before you all jump on the Melky Cabrera bandwagon, realize, he's still the same guy he was last year who started off the season with 4 homers by April 24th. Remember? He had a very solid April hitting 299... after went downhill, 234. in May and 207. in June.

Just remember who brings more to the teams overall winning mentality, clearly Gardner. There will be games where the Yankees will go up against team's aces and be dominated throughout the game, days like these the Yankees will rely on scrappy infield singles by Gardner to get on base. Gardner can put himself into scoring position with his speed and ofcourse we all know who follows him in the order, Jeter, Damon and Teixeira. Melky... can't really do those things, he got thrown out at second right before Ransom ripped a double which would have scored him. He also can be to blame for the 14 inning affair that we all sat through yesterday striking out with the bases loaded and 0 outs.

Ofcourse Gardner followed him with 1 out and the bases loaded and popped up, but still, put the bat on the ball. Girardi will still start Gardner, which is good, but i've talked to several Yankees fans who have told me they would prefer Melky after watching his recent success.

I'm happy for Melky Cabrera, it's exciting to hit a walk-off homerun, and he probably earned himself another start, but we need to remember that Gardner is the dynamic player the Yankees need, not Melky.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

First visit to Yankee Stadium/observations

So tonight, myself and Mike (Ace) will be going to the new Yankee Stadium for the first time, hoopefully it doesn't get rained out and hopefully the Yankees win...

i'll get back to updating the games and having the lineups everyday starting tomorrow. I've been really busy the past week so i haven't been able to keep up to date with that.

Here are some observations from the past week:

-Chien Ming Wang is a bum and apparently can only pitch well when he is considered the Yankee's Ace. They also plan to skip over his start in Boston, thankfully, i don't know i can handle another 20 run outburst.

-The New Yankee Stadium is a homerun haven, despite what Peter Abraham says.

-A.J. Burnett is clutch as hell.

-Andy Pettitte is back to normal, i hope.

-Nick Swisher is hilarious and i think he should have come in relief at some point in the 22-4 loss to Cleveland.

-Robinson Cano is a beast right now, i suspected he may have been entering a minny slump going into the Cleveland series, but i take that back.

-Cody Ransom is not great with interviews... and neither is Johnny Damon (old video, but needs to be seen if you haven't already).

...ohhhh johnny....

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Thoughts about yesterday

I was pretty frusturated with the Yankees yesterday after shutting off the worst second inning I've ever seen. I think Jonny Damon summed up the situation pretty well with this quote

"He's making it real tough on our bullpen right now," designated hitter Johnny Damon said. "We have to count on guys in our 'pen to go seven or eight innings. We have six losses on the year right now, and he's got three of them. In all three of those games, we've been blown out and we've had to go to our bullpen, so maybe our bullpen's not sharp the following days. I don't know what more to say, but hopefully he can figure it out, because it'd be tough to keep on going like this."

Now I thought to myself theres no way they let him pitch again until there reasonably sure hes fixed his problem, but I was wrong the pitching coach had this to say

"He's going to pitch, he's going to get confidence and he's going to get better,"

OK great, so we're going to have a starter who pitched worse than Sideny Ponson last year this seems like a real recipe for sucess. I don't really understand why the pitching coach after failing to fix Wang's problem for the past three weeks thinks he will be able to all of a sudden. My suggestion, put Wang in the bullpen and bring up phil hughes to make a few starts for him. This would be killing two birds with one stone, allowing Wang to fix his problems in lower pressue situations and get Phil Hughes some more major league experience.

Anyway lets hope that AJ can give us something worth watching today... go Yankees!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Game 7: Yankees vs Rays


Jeter SS
Damon LF
Swisher 1B
Posada C
Nady RF
Cano 2B
Matsui DH
Ransom 3B
Cabrera CF

Pitching: Chien Ming Wang RHP vs. Scott Kazmir LHP


I'm glad to see Matsui got pushed down in the lineup, atleast until he proves he should go back to being the Yankees temporary cleanup hitter.

Melky Cabrera is starting again, despite being 0-3 with 2 double plays and a popout, but he's only in there because kazmir is a lefty.

Mark Teixeira had an MRI today, and checked out fine, he should be in the lineup tomorrow.

...back later with updates from the game...

Update 9:09: No updates needed for this game... 10-2 Rays over the Yankees.

The day after...

The way i feel... and i'm sure every Yankee fan feels about yesterday's game is...not so good. Damaso Marte retired the first two batters of the inning and Joe Girardi decided to bring in Jose Veras to record the last out.

I actually said recently to Mike (Ace) that i felt comfortable with everyone in the bullpen, excluding Albaladejo, but i'm going to have to reconsider. I am confident with their "stuff", however, their control seems like it could be a problem.

Veras closed the game out for CC Sabathia the other day, and watching him pitch, i noticed he didn't have the greatest control. This made me worry when i heard Girardi brought him in to retire Billy Butler in the 8th.

I was listening to the game on the radio, and when John sterling said Girardi was bringing in a righty, i assumed...Mariano Rivera. Had Girardi brought in Rivera, would the Yankees have won? probably...considering how dominant he was in the spring and in his first few outings this season. I can't really fault him for wanting to play the game by the book, but it was 4-3, the Yankees have a chance of going 4-2 on the season, you have to bring in Mariano.

Ofcourse this loss doesn't feel good, it's the worst kind of loss there is, when your bullpen gives it up late. But we have to look forward and know, this team(if healthy) can and should win 100 games.

It's still early, you have to realize that the blue jays and the orioles are not going to stay 1-2 atop the AL east, and unfortunately... the red sox are not going to remain last either.

Here's a pretty hilarious comment from reader V on Peter Abraham's Yankee blog...

"Things I’ve learned this week:

1) Emilio Bonifacio is one of the best players in the history of the game.

2) Brandon Inge is going to DESTROY the home run record.

3) Jack Cust will hit over .400.

4) Toronto is going to win the AL East.

5) Seattle is going to win the AL West.

6) St. Louis is going to win the NL Central.

7) San Diego is going to win the NL West.

8) The Red Sox will finish last in the AL East, with a 54-108 record."

Oh... and Melky Cabrera still sucks...

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Game 6: Yankees vs Royals 4/12


Gardner CF
Jeter SS
Swisher 1B
Matsui DH
Nady RF
Cano 2B
Cabrera LF
Ransom 3B
Molina C

Pitching: Joba Chamberlain RHP vs. Gil Meche RHP


-Mark Teixeira is clearly not in the starting lineup, i think this is just a precautionary move, you don't want to aggrivate whatever injury he may have.

-Let's just hope Joba nails them down, because i can't imagine this is going to be a high scoring game with Molina and Melky in over Damon and Posada. Well...we'll see, back later with updates.

Update 2:18: Brett Gardner lead off the game with a single, and then a stolen base... Nick Swisher now up with one out.

Update 2:21: Gardner just scored on a pass ball... thank god, matsui would not have gotten that run in.

Update 2:31: Joba retired the side 1-2-3, keep in mind the command of his fastball was not great that inning, he was missing his spots.

Update 2:36:
Just can't live without those Melky Cabrera popups...and Cody Ransom still sucks.

Update 2:54: John Buck = free out... comeon Joba...

Update 3:21: Stupid stupid stupid stupid....

Update 3:32:
Melky Cabrera deserves some kind of award...because you can not suck as much as he does... you really can't. It's quite something special... and i have to go, so enjoy the game if you're watching it.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Postgame observations

The Yankees have won their 3rd game in a row and are officially....on a roll, here are some notes from today's game against the Royals.

-CC Sabathia is a beast. 7.2 innings pitched, 0 runs 0 walks 6 strikeouts and gave up only 6 hits.

-Nick Swisher needs to be in the lineup every day, not only because he is hitting the ball well(which he is, 2-3 with a 2 run HR and 3 RBI today), but when he is on the field, i feel like it loosens everyone else up.

-Jorge Posada is swinging the bat really well to start the season... Hideki Matsui is not... so why is Matsui hitting cleanup over Posada? beats me... move Matsui down in the lineup until he breaks out of whatever slump he's in, move Jorge into the cleanup role and see what you get.

-Mark Teixeira was scratched from the starting lineup because he has a sore left wrist. I'm not worried about this at all...he'll be in the lineup tomorrow against the righty Gil Meche.

-Jose Veras pitched 1.1 innings today in relief of Sabathia, and he is the reason they didn't get the shutout...but it's still early, there will be plenty of shutouts to come...i assure you.

-I'm really excited to watch Joba Chamberlain tomorrow, it's his first start of the season so we'll see how he does.

-In honor of the Yankee victory... here's a funny video....

Game 5: Yankees vs. Royals 4/11


Jeter SS
Swisher LF
Teixeira 1B
Matsui DH
Posada C
Cano 2B
Nady RF
Ransom 3B
Gardner CF

Pitching: CC Sabathia LHP vs. Horacia Ramirez LHP

Notes: One thing i don't like with today's starting lineup is Matsui is getting the start as DH against the lefty. I know Girardi wants to get him atbats so maybe he could snap out of whatever funk he is in, but the guy has one hit all season. Why not put Swisher in as the DH against the lefty and have Matsui's bat come in later in a pinch hitting situation.

But ofcourse... that's just me... won't be able to cover the beginning of the game today, but i'll join in later.

Update 6:00: 100% overlooked Swisher starting in left, my bad....

Update 9:23: Hey everyone, just joining in... looks like the Yankees and CC are dominating.

Update 9:31: CC looks like he is wearing down a bit, still looks good, but the velocity on his fastball is way down from the 96 it was to start the game.

Update 9:33: O.K. i am officially going to hold my breath on every throw CC is going to make to firstbase.

Update 9:52:
well that's it for CC, 7.2 IP 6 hits 0 BB 0 R 6 Ks. Great start from him.

Friday, April 10, 2009

Game 4: Yankees vs Royals 4/10


Jeter SS
Damon LF
Teixeira 1B
Matsui DH
Posada C
Cano 2B
Swisher RF
Ransom 3B
Gardner CF

Pitching: Andy Pettitte LHP vs. Sidney Ponson (yey) RHP


The Yankees won their first game of the season they will not lose 162 games this year... anyway, i won't be around to update the game for today so... enjoy sidney ponson get wrecked! (i really hope i didn't just jynx it)

Ace's edit: I'll be doing the updates today

update 4:46- Breaking news Sidney Ponson still sucks walk total 2 and counting

update 4:49- Posada is back in pre surgery form nice to see

upadte 4:58- WOW nice play cano and Pettite looks sharp good to see

update 5:17- Bleh bad luck Pettitte and Swisher Royals get a run

update 5:33- A 1-2-3 inning for pettitte things are looking good

update 5:37- Another hit for Cano, he looks like his 2007 self

update 5:41- The Royals defense is just giving away hits today

upadte 5:54- I would not classify Tex as being fleet of foot

upadte 6:04- Shadows are playing games with the hitters. I gotta go now so thats all for updates. 4-1 Yankees.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

No one is going to F#$K with this guy...

Fan interferance? maybe... but honestly, nick markakis took one look into the stands and thought to himself... helllll no, that man will eat mee.

(found the pic on she-fan's blog, had to post it)

Postgame observations

The yankees wouldn't say it, but they really needed this win, A.J. Burnett needed to step up, and he did. Here are some notes from the game...

-A.J. Burnett wasn't lights out, but he was solid and gave the Yankees just what they needed, 5.1 innings, 2 runs, 6 Ks... looks good to me.

-That double in the 9th last night may have sparked something in Mark Teixeira, he had 2 hits today including a homerun.

-Robbie Cano 2.0(2-point-oh) went 3-4 with a 2 run homerun AND a walk... how about that?

-Nick Swisher should start in right field until he proves he doesn't deserve the spot, seriously... the guy had an outstanding day, 3-5... a clutch 2 run homerun and ended the day with 5 RBIs.

-The Yankees bullpen was lights out today, 3.2 IP 0 hits 0 walks, 6 strikeouts.

-Overall, great day for the Yankees... now we get to look forward to Sidney Ponson tomorrow for the Royals...that should be funn.

Game 3: Yankees vs. Orioles 4/9


Jeter SS
Damon LF
Teixeira 1B
Nady DH
Cano 2B
Swisher RF
Ransom 3B
Gardner CF
Molina C

Pitching: A.J. Burnett RHP vs. Alfredo Simon (See-moan) RHP


The Yankees lost their second consecutive game to start the season, but their hitting wasn't really to blame, though Teix was miserable. 5 runs should be enough for the Yankees to win every single game this year, that is how good their rotation is. Every Yankee fan who watched the last two games will agree, the offense was not impressive...and if they pulled 5 runs out of their asses like they did the first two games, imagine what it will be when everyone's clicking.

The Yankees will be fine, it's only 2 games, Wang will bounce back, CC will bounce back, Teixeira will be a beast. A.J. Burnett does however need to stop the bleeding before ESPN and sportscenter jump all over it saying the 2009 New York Yankees are a big bust, those Red Sox nation bastards...

...back later with updates from the game...

Update 11:29: Peter Abraham over on his blog did a little research on Eiji Sawamura, if you don't know who that is... i reccomend reading this.

Update 1:38: the first pitch to Jeter is a ball...

Update 1:48: Johnny Damon just made an amazing play reaching into the stands battling fans for the ball.

Update 1:50: first strike out by a Yankee starter this year.... and it's the 3rd game of the season.... sad.... A.J. Burnett... our savior!!

Update 2:06: Sidney Ponson is pitching for the Royals tomorrow... atleast i know there is no way we go 0-4...

Update 2:28: Brian Roberts.... singled to center scoring pie. 1-0 orioles.

Update 2:37: A.J. Burnett just struck out Aubrey huff with the bases loaded... love to see that kind of emotion from a starter.

Update 2:39: Mark Teixeira just crushed a ball over the left center field fence for a homerun... 1-1 now.. YEEEEAA BABYYY!!

Update 2:42: "Cano becomes the walking man" ... yes.

Update 2:47: Nick Swisher just flyed one out to right for a homerun. 3-1 Yankees.

Update 3:00: Luke Scott just homered to center. 3-2 Yankees.

Update 3:31: Swisher just smashed one past Ty Wiggington, 4-2 Yankees are in bussiness.

Update 3:36: Huuuuge error by Bass there, 2 runs score and the Yankees are still threatening. 6-2 Yankees.

Update 3:46: Derek Jeter hit into a double play with runners on the corners and 1 out. 7-2 Yankees. going to the bottom of the 6th now.

Update 4:14: i wasn't around to watch it, but apparently Robinson Cano hit a 2 run homerun, it's now 9-2 Yankees bottom seven.

Update 4:40:
Ok, Nick Swisher should start for the yankees... somehow... 5 RBIs today. 11-2 Yankees.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Postgame observations

The Yankees lost their second straight game to start the season, here are some notes from the game:

-Mark Teixeira had 3 straight popups to start todays game.

-Mark Teixeira got boo'd

-Mark Teixeira got his first hit in the 9th inning.

-Mark Teixeira, Mark Teixeira, Mark Teixeira....

-Chien Ming Wang sucked, 7 runs in 3.2 innings pitched, actually worse than CC was on monday, which i didn't think was possible.

-The Yankees bullpen was actually very good tonight, i'm not sure of the exact numbers, but 4.1 scoreless innings sounds pretty damn good to me.

-Robinson Cano 2.0 (2-point-oh) had another solid game with a single and a RBI double.

-The Yankees scored 3 runs in the 9th, one good thing to look forward to for tomorrow.

-The 1998 Yankees lost their first 2 games of the season, then went on to wreck winning 114 games and the world series.

Game 2: Yankees vs. Orioles 4/8


Jeter SS
Damon LF
Teixeira 1B
Matsui DH
Posada C
Cano 2B
Nady RF
Ransom 3B
Gardner CF

Pitching: Chien Ming Wang RHP vs. Koji Uehara RHP


Just thought everyone should know that even though the Yankees lost their first game on monday, and both CC and Teix looked miserable, that it's not the end of the world. You're welcome if you were contemplating suicide...

...back later with updates from the game...

Update 7:06: first pitch to jeter is a strike.

Update 7:24: Markakis just doubled to right center scoring Adam Jones from 2nd. 1-0 Orioles.

Update 7:25:
Aubrey Huff looped one to right for another double, Markakis scores. 2-0 Orioles...

Update 7:38: Michael Kay appeared to have mistaken Melvin Mora for Alex Rodriguez, because that pop up was not a difficult play.

Update 8:04: i wonder if Jorge pissing on his hands gives him a better grip on the ball...

Update 8:19: Michael Kay teased me, i thought that was a homerun, isntead it was a double off the wall that scored Nady. 2-1 Orioles.

Update 8:30:
fuck the orioles...

Update 8:32: fuck brian roberts...

Update 8:39:
fuck the orioles.............7-1 Orioles.

Update 8:42: Where's Sidney Ponson and Darrel Rasner when you need them?

Update 8:48: how'd you like that ball to the face brian roberts? i know i liked it.

Update 8:49: Mark Teixeira is the new Melky Cabrera.

Update 9:08: Robinson Cano crushed a double to right center scoring Jorge Posada.

Update 9:16: Michael Kay just got faked out by the hot dog vendor... "let's see, what will he have on the hotdog, i say rellish... nope,ketchup... OHHH NOO MUSTARD!"

Update 9:41: As far as i'm concerned... this game is over... Orioles win it.

Update 9:46: Hey, Jason Kubel! let's see your best twoface impression!

niceeee, how does he do it???

Joba Chamberlain DUI video...

Here it is...

Can that cop be any more of a suck up? i would love to see how he handled arresting joba...

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

In case you couldn't tell...

CC tends to be a slow starter. But just how slow? Well let’s take at his first 5 games from last year...

In 2008 he gave up 27 runs over the course of 24 innings coming out to an era of 10.125, in case you didn't know that is TERRIBLE. Do I think he's going to start off that badly again this year? Nope, or at least I hope not, New York tends to be an unforgiving city. Anyway, my point is if the next time CC goes out, he gets shelled you shouldn't be that surprised. Just know sooner rather than later he will be back to the CY Young form we're all used to. Or he could turn into Randy Johnson, give up a ridiculous amount of homeruns and put up an era over 5. For the sake of the Yankees playoff hopes, I'm hoping for the latter.

Anyway be sure to tune in tomorrow for pre game coverage.. Go Yankees.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Postgame observations

Well, as all of you know, today was opening day for the Yankees, not a very good one at that, here are a few notes from the game:

-Hideki Matsui and Jorge Posada both homered, this is a great sign, considering they were very big question marks coming into today...not to us yankee fans ofcourse... but i think they sure showed the guys over at sportscenter...

-CC Sabathia sucked. There really is no other way to put it, he had no command of any of his pitches, he didn't strike out one batter while he was out there.

-I'm sorry, but the ump was terrible, i was yelling at him for bad calls on CC, and was gasping at every call he got wrong for Guthrie... overall, terrible job by that ump today.

-The Yankees bullpen wasn't impressive today... enough said.

-Robinson Cano drew 2 walks and had a single, not a bad day for him.

-Mark Teixeira got boo'd like i've never heard before, similar, if not equal to the boo's you would normally hear for A-Rod.

-I wish this game was rained out...

Now, maybe the yankees have some explaining to do after todays loss... but, this guy probably has a bit more explaining to do...

He totally sold it...

Opening day: Yankees vs. Orioles 4/6

Yes, it's finally here... opening day for the Yankees... here's the lineup:

Derek Jeter SS
Johnny Damon LF
Mark Teixeira 1B
Hideki Matsui DH
Jorge Posada C
Robinson Cano 2B
Xavier Nady RF
Cody Ransom 3B
Brett Gardner CF

Pitching: CC Sabathia LHP

The rain has apparently stopped at Camden yards... which is good news, back later with updates from the game.

Update 3:59: the lineups are being announced right now... and.. did anyone else get chills when Mark Teixeira got announced? i did.

Update 4:25: aaand we're underway with the first pitch to jeter being a strike!

Update 4:27: Derek Jeter just rocketed one up the middle for a single.

Update 4:34: CC Sabathia's first pitch was up and away... the velocity was down, hopefully that will get up.... and he just gave up a single to brian roberts.

Update 4:45: nice play by Ransom getting the roberts at home... as of right now, it's still 0-0, but CC is still in a jam.

Update 4:46: and the threat is over, Huff hit a rocket but right at Jeter, end of the inning.

Update 5:08: 1-0 Yankees after a sac fly by Johnny Damon, Gardner produced that run on his own.

Update 5:21: CC gave up a triple that was rocketed to right center by Adam Jones, that scored 2 runs, then Nick Markakis hit him in. 3-1 Orioles.

Update 5:35: CC really doesn't look good today, if you can't locate your fastball, you're going to have problems...and CC just hasn't located well today.

Update 5:45: Maybe that double play to end the 4th will pump CC up, top 5 now, Orioles up 3-1.

Update 6:07: apparently the double play did not pump CC up, he's still pitching miserably... 5-1 Yankees, he needs to hold them right here, or this could be a bad start to a very hyped season.

Update 6:47: i had to step out for a bit, but apparently the Yankees struck back for a few runs, it's 6-3 Orioles now.

Update 6:50: Hideki Matsui just crushed one to right center for a 2-run homerun, 6-5 Orioles.

Update 7:22: Jeter couldn't get the run in from 3rd with less than 2 outs...Damon walked, and Teixeira grounded out... it will be up to the Yanks to come back in the 9th now...

Update 7:30: well... 8-5 after Phil Coke gave up a 2 run homerun.... to Cesar Izturis?... really? wow...

Update 7:45: 10-5 ... turning off the game...

CC domination?

So, in honor of todays game... or... i was just really bored waiting until 4 PM, i simulated the game between the Yankees and Orioles...via MLB 2k9...

The Yankees won 2-1, CC went 9 innings, struck out 15, gave up 3 hits, and 1 earned, no walks.

The Yankee offense was pretty pathetic, their only runs came in the first inning after a johnny damon single scoring jeter from second, damon stole second and Teix also singled, scoring him.

The Yankees continued to hit, but not score... they finished with 9 hits, and 2 runs...

I don't know about you guys, but 15 Ks from CC? daaamnn, i'll take it... back later with the lineup and updates from the game...

Go Yankees!!

Thursday, April 2, 2009


Hey guys, sorry we haven't been able to post lately, Alex and I have been very busy with school and life in general. Anyway we will definitely be back to posting on a daily schedule come opening day so be sure to check in then.

By the way for those of you who are interested Bernie Williams will be signing copies of his new CD on...

Tuesday, April 14th 6:00pm

Bernie will be signing cd's (and only cd's) at the Borders at Penn Station in New York, NY.


Wednesday, April 15th 6:00pm

Bernie will be signing cd's (and only cd's) at the FYE in Milford, CT.