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Archive of entries posted on February 2011

2011 MLB Team Preview: New York Yankees

From messy negotiations with the Captain; to ace Cliff Lee choosing brotherly love over the big apple; to waving goodbye to one of the Core Four; the New York Yankees off-season seemed to be in the news for all the wrong reasons. The only legit move was signing reliever Rafael Soriano, but even that became […]

Lady Loves Pinstripes Featured In “BallHyped.com Best Sports Blogs of 2010 Book “

Once again the guys over at BallHyped.com have outdone themselves by putting together a 208-page book featuring the best sports blogs from 2010. “BallHyped.com Best Sports Blogs of 2010 Book” appeals to any sports fan because it is so diverse and covers all sports from every angle. It is a table book, so it will […]

New York Yankees CC Sabathia: Should Stay Or Should I Go Now?

Today the Yankees pitchers and catchers reported for Spring Training, with their official first workout to follow on Thursday. The media is always in attendance at Yankee Camp, and all the attention centered on CC Sabathia. Why? Remember that Sabathia’s deal has an opt out clause after three seasons, so at the end of 2011 […]

Yankees 2011 Non-Roster Spring Training Invitees List

The 2011 Spring Training camps are starting this week, and the New York Yankees pitchers and catchers have their first workout tomorrow. The Yankees have serious holes to fill and decision to make before Opening Day on March 31st. Here is the list of non-roster invitees attending Yankees camp who are fighting for a coveted […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox didn’t make the postseason in 2010, and that is unacceptable response following a 2009 New York Yankees World Series win. Boston’s GM Theo Epstein clearly did not want this to resonate in the minds of Red Sox Nation. So, Epstein made the Red Sox the unmistakable winners this off-season, by signing […]

2011 MLB Team Preview: Tampa Bay Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays finished last season with 96-66 record, the top in the AL and were the AL East champs for the second time in the last three seasons. Heading into the off-season, as expected this homegrown, dynamic group was going to take a hit. Rays fans are complaining, but they shoulder a lot […]