Thanks to all of you for listening to the start of our new season on WFAN-Radio this morning. It's our 8th year, meaning we already have enough time in to have qualified for free agency. The theme was catching up for the lost time we were not on the air. With our station the flagship station of the New York Mets network, they got home field advantage with Adam Rubin, their beat reporter for the New York Daily News, our leadoff hittter. Then it was on to a review of the Yankees' off-season with Anthony McCarron of the News and Pete Caldera of the Bergen Record. As for the status of the other 28 clubs, that was left to Ken Rosenthal, the senior baseball writer for Fox Sports.com and MLB field reporter for MLB on Fox. We also welcomed for the first time the new Executive Director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, Michael Weiner, who addressed a number of issues, not all of them pertaining to performance-enhancing drugs. Our closer was the noted Pulitzer-Prize-winning writer, Ira Berkow, who came on to talk about his 18th book, "Summers in the Bronx, Attila the Hun and Other Yankee Stories," a compilation of his 40 years covering the Yankees.