Tag archive for ‘New York Yankees’
By Jake Archer On Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017
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David Ortiz Claiming The Yankees Leaked His Failed PED Test Is Annoying

I’ll tell you what, I’ve already had enough of this David Ortiz book tour. He is doing way too much media right now and while I love that he is outspoken and doesn’t hold back, I also hate it because sometimes More...

By Jake Archer On Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
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Jose Altuve Wasn’t Hurt On Sunday, His Shoes Were Just Too Tight!

Only in baseball can something like this happen. There is no other sport in the world that has the kind of weird, quirky injury news that baseball has and I don’t know how to feel about it. In a way, I love that More...

By Ben Porter On Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
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Pace Of Play Is Not The Problem, Impatient Fans Are

There are two problems with Major League Baseball. Neither of them are the pace of play. In the wake of the 18 inning battle between the Chicago Cubs and New York Yankees on Sunday night, there’s been a lot More...

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By Jake Archer On Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
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The Top 5 Yankees Players That I Can’t Stand

Well, New York Yankees great Derek Jeter is getting his number retired and his Monument Park plaque unveiled at Yankee Stadium on Sunday so of course the internet needs to devote the whole week to the guy. As More...

By Frank Pimentel On Monday, May 8th, 2017
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Time For The New York Mets To Trade Matt Harvey

Just in case you haven’t yet heard, things are getting ugly between the New York Mets and their All-Star right-hander Matt Harvey. On Sunday, the Mets suspended the 28-year-old starter for three games without More...

By Ben Porter On Friday, April 28th, 2017
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Chris Sale Goes Eight Strong With 10K’s, Surprise! The Red Sox Score No Runs

Listen, I am just as mesmerized with Chris Sale as the rest of you. He is amazing. No question about it. But what is going on with the games he starts? Over the course of the season, he is averaging over 12 strikeouts More...

By Ben Porter On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
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The Red Sox Rivalry Situation As Told By It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia

So yesterday I was watching It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia on Netflix during some of my free time when I had quite the realization. In preparation for the upcoming rivalry matchup between the Boston Red Sox More...

By Rocco Constantino On Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017
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Baseball Lifer Dallas Green, First Phillies Manager to Win a World Series, Dies at 82

Dallas Green, the old-school, gruff baseball lifer who spent over four decades in the game, died Wednesday at the age of 82.  Green had an impact as a player, manager and front office executive and is best remembered as More...

By Kevin Peters On Friday, March 10th, 2017
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Best Baseball Caps in the MLB

Baseball is a sport that celebrates its hats. The many different big league baseball caps over the years have ranged from the iconic to the hideous with everything in between. When it comes to the coolest hats in More...

By Frank Pimentel On Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
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Alex Rodriguez Seamlessly Transitioning To Life After Playing Career

Alex Rodriguez was released by the New York Yankees last August and is making $21 million this season to serve as an instructor for the organization. He has expressed zero interest in returning to playing despite More...

By Rocco Constantino On Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
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Eddie Robinson, Last Living Member of 1948 Cleveland Indians, Makes Trip To World Series

On October 11, 1948, the Cleveland Indians stood on the precipice of the second World Series title in their long and storied history.  They had won the historic, best-of-nine series over the Brooklyn Dodgers and More...

By Frank Pimentel On Monday, October 24th, 2016
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Battle Of The Brain Trust On Display For This Fall Classic

Before the first pitch is thrown tomorrow night in Cleveland, there are two men at the forefront of the matchup in this Fall Classic. No, I’m not talking about Game 1 starters Jon Lester and Corey Kluber More...

By Clayton Richer On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
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Nova’s Exit from the Yankees Pending

Baseball fans think that Brian Cashman is using Nova to test the waters. Having traded Aroldis Chapman (for a considerable haul), there is curiosity about who else might be made available in the trades. A lot of More...

By Clayton Richer On Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
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Yankees Ready to Cash-in on Betances

With the New York Yankees continuing to storm their way through June, general manager Brian Cashman looks as though he won’t be coming under the same sort of pressure as he was last month to sell a number More...

By Rocco Constantino On Saturday, June 11th, 2016
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A Year In Pinstripes…And Then Some By Billy Sample Gives Baseball Fans A Look Behind Clubhouse Doors

The 1985 New York Yankees are surprisingly one of the great unforgotten teams of the 1980’s.  They won the second most games in the American League, had Hall of Famers Rickey Henderson, Davie Winfield More...








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