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New York Yankees: Non-Trade Moves To Make

Following a 9-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners, which also helped them break a 17-game losing streak, you can bet the New York Yankees front office, is conceivably in a tizzy. This is not because the Bombers line-up fell flat at the hands of the 2010 CY Young winner King Felix, as many teams do. […]

New York Yankees: Tuesday Night Belonged To CC

Yankees ace CC Sabathia came so close to perfection last night in the Bronx, striking out 14 Mariners and winning his 15th game of the season. Sabathia looked unstoppable, until a 30-minute thunderstorm erupted in the sixth inning, the first of two. The ace came right back out to the hill following Mother Nature’s disruption […]

New York Yankees Injury Updates: Chavez Looks Good To Go

This Sunday marks MLB’s trade deadline and New York Yankee fans are not holding their breath. The Bombers could use another starter or a lefty reliever, but some key players are almost good to go and will be coming off the DL to lend a helping hand shortly. I am specifically referring to Eric Chavez, […]

New York Yankees: To Trade Or Not To Trade

With the MLB trade deadline looming, contending teams are scrambling to find that missing piece from slim pickings. The New York Yankees are no different; it’s the market that is just not appealing. It doesn’t make GM Brian Cashman’s job any easier because in his place you are damned if you do and damned if […]

NFL Is Back But Brett Favre Is Going To Ruin It

Welcome back to life NFL, and with open arms….kind-of! Even though I might not get the same pit in my stomach like I do at the close of the MLB season, nothing beats watching my New York Giants win on Sunday afternoons; or the New York Jets lose. Sorry, Jets fans but it is not […]

MLB Trade Rumors: Yankees Newest Bargain Athletics Rich Harden

On Saturday afternoon in the heat of the Bronx, the Yankees lost to the Oakland A’s 4-3, after slaughtering them the night before 17-7 and closing out the series winning the rubber game on Sunday 7-5. At the start of the series, YES’s Michal Kay called the Athletics “offensively anemic,” which was the most accurate […]