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Life in the Minors: Chapter 3 - Coming Together

After a few weeks together, it's time the Mini Mets and Baby Bombers really start to become a team.

For the fourteenth consecutive year, WFUV talks to the members of the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Staten Island Yankees in the New York Single-A Penn League about the trials and tribulations of being minor league ballplayers. The long bus rides, the low pay, 76 games in 80 days. This is a look into Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

This week,  Drew Casey and Brendan Bowers talk about the importance of coming together. 

Yankees Remember Lou Gehrig

Honoring #4's Enduring Legacy at Yankee Stadium 75 Years Later

July 4th often brings memories of summer barbeques, American flags waving and baseball. This year marks a special occasion in history, and it’s not the birth of the nation. It’s also one of the most memorable events of baseball history. In 1939 the New York Yankees honored their leader and Captain Lou Gehrig during Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day.

Dillon Gee Rehabs in Brooklyn

Mets Opening Day Starter Continues Rehab From Injury

Since being placed on the disabled list on May 14 with a right lat strain, New York Mets opening day starter Dillon Gee has been rehabbing to rejoin the Amazins as soon as possible. He made his second rehab start with the Brooklyn Cyclones, the short season affiliate of the Mets, on Sunday night in Coney Island. 

Life in the Minors: Chapter 2- The Road Here

The Mini Mets and Baby Bombers talk about how they got to the New York Penn League.

For the fourteenth consecutive year, WFUV talks to the members of the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Staten Island Yankees in the New York Single-A Penn League about the trials and tribulations of being minor league ballplayers. The long bus rides, the low pay, 76 games in 80 days. This is a look into Life in the Minors: How the Other Half Lives.

This week,  Christian Goewey and Drew Casey talk about what it took these young ballplayers to end up making it to the minor leagues. 

Yankees Help Musicians Bring HOPE to Sick Patients

Players Surprise Musicians, Patients at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital

Sometimes, when it seems the darkest, all you need is a little light – or a little music – to fix it. That’s the goal of an organization, titled Musicians on Call. Founded in 1999 by Michael Solomon and Vivek Tiwany, Musicians on Call performs for sick patients in hospitals in an attempt to brighten their day.

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