Matsui-land sure did not look any different for the New York Yankees tonight, as the Angels of Anaheim are clearly back from their questionably shaky start to the season.The teams are back at each others throats again, literally. In the third inning ex-Angel Mark Teixiera rounded third base like he was charging a running back […]
Third to second to first….one…two…three outs ended the sixth inning today in Oakland, as Arod, Cano and Tex made a historical triple out. The last triple play happened in 1968 for the Bombers, and to be apart of such a play is something special. CC Sabathia had a rough outing today in front of his […]
Tonights win was all about Phil Hughes. Hughes dazzled on the mound. The Yankees youngster had only thrown 59 pitches by the middle of the fifth inning and was on his way to a no hitter. Unfortunately, at the start of the eighth inning, Oakland‘s Eric Chavez hit a single straight at the mound. The […]
As the Yankees headed to Oakland, Javier Vazquez‘s completed his check-list in his third start on the mound.
The Yankees are rolling on, winning series and playing like true champs. Here are 10 reasons the Yankees methods work: If you wanna have fun, win. Scaring Boston Red Sox fans into cursing themselves.
At Yankee Stadium, tolerance for the Hater-Fans is low. They are crass, loud, annoying, distracting individuals who’s loyalties are always in question. Hater-Fan’s are at every and any sporting event. It is part of the experience, and you learn to ignore them; that is until it is effecting the players. For Javier Vazquez, landing back […]
The New York Yankees won their fifth straight series, sweeping a zombie-looking Texas Rangers in the Bronx this past weekend. Whoever said Andy Pettitte had seen his best pitching days is eating their words right now. After a rather frazzled third inning, allowing two Texas runs to score, Pettitte went on to retire 17 of […]