Chat with Willie Randolph

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Willie Randolph
Randolph won two World Series titles as a Yankees player and four as a Yankees bench coach.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, we'll chat about the MLB season and all-star game with former New York Yankee second baseman and New York Mets manager Willie Randolph.

Randolph spent 12 years of his 18-year MLB career with the Yankees, serving as the captain in his final three seasons with the Yankees in 1986-88. After serving as a Yankees bench coach for 11 years following his playing days, Randolph managed the Mets from 2005-08.

Randolph, a six-time all-star, is working with Subway, and Jared "The Subway Guy" this all-star break, to encourage fans to Tweet Subway, @SUBWAY, about their healthy and active lifestyles. For information on Subway's menu and new $4 meal deals, go to Subway.com.

Send your questions now and join Randolph Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. ET!

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