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New York Yankees Not Trading But Giving-Away Chan Ho Park

It has been reported that New York Yankees GM Brian Cashman has been shopping around relief pitcher Chan Ho Park. My question is, what teams are interested in Park, and what does he bring to a team? The 37-year-old right-handed pitcher doesn’t offer much promise to any team he joins. This season, in 32 innings […]

Four MLB Teams to Watch Down the Stretch

Philadelphia Phillies Phillies have had a lot of bad luck with Jimmy Rollins out twice in first half, Chase Utley out till September and just a string of other continual mishaps. Positive note is that Cole Hamels is pitching like 2008 again…..which is good as the Phillies are winning again. Rumor is the Phillies are […]

New York Yankees Pitching Situation Solved

The New York Yankees finished the weekend taking three of four games from the Kansas City Royals. The Yankees continue to lead the majors with a 62-35 record and the AL East division. The Tampa Bay Rays are just three games behind, which leave little room for error. While the ailing Boston Red Sox trail […]

Philadelphia Phillies Are Dumb To Trade Jayson Werth

The last week before the MLB trade deadline on July 31st is usually an eventful and dramatic couple of days up until the last second. The players who are on the trading block are not exciting and certainly bring no guarantee. The only proven difference-maker was SP Cliff Lee, who was traded to the Texas […]

A Special Tribute To Honor ‘The Boss’ New York Yankees Owner George Steinnbrenner

  THIS TV PAYS TRIBUTE TO “THE BOSS” OF BASEBALL GEORGE STEINBRENNER Baseball Movie “The Pride of the Yankees” & TV Series “Home Run Derby” Airing Saturday, July 24 – 7:00 pm ET Los Angeles, CA—July 20, 2010—THIS TV, the free broadcast movie network from MGM Studios and Weigel Broadcasting, will honor “The Boss” of […]

New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Angel-Style Baseball

The New York Yankees were elated to get the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim out of the Bronx as fast as possible, after beating them 10-6 Wednesday afternoon. The Angels got a taste of their own medicine after dominating the Yankees the night before. On Tuesday night, a beaten-up Angels team came into the series […]