New York Yankees Aaron Judge bats in the cage at Yankees summer baseball training camp, Wednesday, July 15, 2020, at Yankee Stadium in New York. Judge was scratched fom a simulated game earlier in the week but was back on the field Wednesday. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Randy Levine, President of The New York Yankees, spoke with Brian Kilmeade about all the hard work that went into getting baseball to have a season in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic. Levine says he is confident Major League Baseball will be able to complete the abbreviated 60 game season with the protocols in place that have been blessed by the leading doctors and health officials in the country.

Levine also discussed the Yankees having something special planned before tonight's game that current and former African-American players have come up with that will be very moving to show support for social justice and inclusion.

Plus, Levine on his longtime friendship with President Trump and how he is doing the best he can.