YES Network to premiere Jacoby Ellsbury "Yankees Access" this evening at 8 p.m.
• His reputation for playing all-out, and his ability to produce when healthy; "When I'm on the field, I'm going to put up numbers."
• The inviting right field porch at Yankee Stadium, which could lead to more homers this season
• His mental checklist when he is considering stealing a base
• What it means when Brian Cashman calls him a "difference maker"
He had no reservations, and was actually excited, when agent Scott Boras first told him of the Yankees' interest over the winter
• His ability to stay focused and level-headed as a young player during the Red Sox' run to the 2007 World Series title
• His second-grade teacher listening incredulously when he told her, and his class, he wanted to be a professional baseball player
• The importance of being a role model and giving something back to the Native American community (Ellsbury is the first Native American to play in the Major Leagues)
• The Jacoby Ellsbury Baseball Camp he runs in Scottsdale, Arizona, as part of Nike's N7 program which brings sports and its benefits to Native Americans