New York Yankees great Bernie Williams somehow had time to become a Latin Grammy-nominated jazz musician during his 16-year run with the Bronx Bombers. The four-time World Series champion joins Cheddar to discuss his upcoming gig at New York's legendary Café Carlyle. "Bernie Williams & Friends" will see the slugger perform a new eclectic mix of Latin rhythms, smooth jazz, blues, and standards. Williams takes us inside his preparation process, revealing how practicing the guitar differs from getting ready to play center field in the MLB. He says he's learned lessons from both experiences that come in handy every day. Find out which of his Yankees teammates had surprisingly strong musical chops. Finally, Williams weighs in on how he thinks his former team will perform in the 2018-2019 season. His former teammate Aaron Boone is set to be the team's new manager this season. Williams even speculates as to how many home runs new Yankee Giancarlo Stanton will hit out of Yankee Stadium.

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