Results for tag: Jack Curry
Posted by: Jack Curry on Jul 2, 2013 at 11:48:32 AM

The Yankees great reveals why he never formally retired, how many Major League at-bats he still has left in him, what happened to his Mickey Mantle-signed baseball and much more.

Posted by: Jack Curry on Jun 27, 2013 at 10:56:36 AM

In an interview recorded this past Monday, Jack Curry talks with Brian Cashman about the pressures of being Yankees general manger, George Steinbrenner's influence, learning to play guitar and more.

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Posted by: Jack Curry on Jun 17, 2013 at 09:26:18 AM

There are some Spring Training mornings that are sleepier than others. Mornings where the players you planned to interview are unavailable and you spend an hour staring at your iPhone, the clubhouse television or the carpet. Every reporter hates those unproductive sessions.

On one of those mornings that was headed toward being sleepy this spring, I ended up having my first conversation with Thomas Neal. Neal was a long shot to make the Yankees to open the season after being signed as a minor league free agent, but I had been impressed with his at bats so we started chatting. Soon, I was impressed with Neal’s demeanor, too.

For a player who only had 24 plate appearances in the Major Leagues with the Cleveland Indians and who spent most of 2012 with Class AA Akron, Neal was confident.

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Posted by: Jack Curry on Jun 14, 2013 at 11:51:29 AM

Actor, singer and New Jersey native Constantine Maroulis sits down with Jack Curry to discuss his love for New York Yankees baseball, the American Idol experience, performing on Broadway and more.

Posted by: Jack Curry on Jun 7, 2013 at 01:32:11 PM

The Gaslight Anthem drummer Benny Horowitz stops by the JCTV set with host Jack Curry to talk about baseball's unwritten rules, growing up as a Yankees fan, life on the road and much more.

Posted by: Jack Curry on Jun 6, 2013 at 03:31:36 PM

The Gaslight Anthem's drummer, Benny Horowitz, stops by the JCTV set to talk New York Yankees baseball, his passion for music and much more with host Jack Curry.

Posted by: Jack Curry on May 31, 2013 at 04:04:31 PM

Jack Curry and John Flaherty discuss the 2013 All-Star Game, assessing young players, building a team and much more.



Posted by: Jack Curry on May 30, 2013 at 03:47:14 PM

In the premiere of JCTV, Jack Curry talks with John Flaherty about the All-Star game, Mariano Rivera, eight of his own no-hitters and more.

Posted by: Jack Curry on Mar 20, 2013 at 02:05:42 PM

TAMPA - Derek Jeter has repeatedly said that playing for the Yankees on Opening Day was an achievable goal following surgery on his left ankle.  But, after Jeter felt some stiffness in the ankle and was removed from Tuesday's starting lineup, general manager Brian Cashman said on Wednesday that Jeter could open the season on the disabled list.

Cashman said Jeter received a cortisone shot in his ankle on Wednesday and won't play for at least a few days. With 12 days left before the season opener against the Red Sox on April 1, Cashman acknowledged that Jeter might run out of time to be fully prepared to play.   

"It's possible he might not be ready," Cashman said.

The Yankees still need to have Jeter play nine innings at shortstop and also play back-to-back games at the

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Posted by: Jack Curry on Mar 30, 2010 at 02:32:32 PM

The following was originally posted on March 19 on YESNetwork.com.



BRADENTON, Fla. -- In 16 days, Josh Beckett is scheduled to unleash the first pitch of the 2010 season to Derek Jeter at a boisterous Fenway Park. It will probably be a fastball, a pitch that will climb above 90 miles per hour and will christen the resumption of the rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees.

On Friday, Beckett fired fastballs against the anonymous Pirates in another monotonous Spring Training game. An hour before the game started, an expressionless Beckett sat alone in the third-base dugout, as approachable as a pit bull who had been fasting for a week. So Beckett's ornery demeanor was in perfect form to barge into another season.

At the same time, the Yankees were playing the Tigers

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