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Archive of entries posted on May 2011

Subway Series: Yankees vs. Mets Back In The New York Groove

Branded as the Big Apple and the Capital of the World, New York City is undeniably a very extraordinary place. As a real New Yorker (born in Manhattan), I can say that when it comes to our city’s pro-sports teams it would be a challenge to find a more prideful and demanding bunch of fans. […]

New York Yankees: CC Sabathia Is Actually Right On Track

Since 2009, the anchor of the New York Yankees starting rotation is CC Sabathia. Sabathia is one of the best pitchers in the game and known to have a personality to match. So far, it has seemed that 2011 has not been the best start for the 30-year-old Sabathia, but he has always been a […]

New York Yankees: 15 Innings To Put One On The Left Side

What a long night Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees, who battled 15 innings only for the Yankees to come away with their second, win in a row 4-1. The game finished just shy of five hours and into early Wednesday morning, so here is a quick list of seven things I took away […]

Coo, Coo, Ca-Choo, David Robertson The Yankees Win

Finally the New York Yankees land in the column on the left, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 and snapping a 0-6 losing streak. Was it a great win? It was a necessary one that is for sure, as there might have a riot if the Yankees lost another game. To no surprise the team […]

New York Yankees: Updates On Some Minor Tweaking Since Yesterday

The New York Yankees are hoping to break their six-game losing streak in Tropicana Field, the dome that the first-place Tampa Bay Rays call home. Currently the Yankees are tied for second place with the Boston Red Sox and Toronto Blue Jays, but with another loss they could drop to fourth in the AL East […]

New York Yankees: Cleaning Up This Team’s Mess

THANK YOU CURTIS GRANDERSON: The only consistency other than losing for the New York Yankees has been center-fielder Curtis Granderson. Without Granderson’s bat and glove the Yankees would not be in a slump, they ‘d be sunk worse than the 0-6 run the team is now on. Grandy is easily putting up the best numbers […]