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Archive of entries posted on July 2011

MLB Trade Rumors: New York Yankees Are Dumpster Diving Again

  ESPN’s Buster Onley has confirmed that the New York Yankees signed another washed-up pitcher, as GM Brian Cashman inked ex-Philly, and now ex-National pitcher JC Romero to a minor league deal. I say, enough already. To his credit, Cashman did find some luck this season with the likes of Bartolo Colon and Freddie Garcia, but […]

New York Yankees: What Needs To Happen On The Road To October?

With 88 games down and 74 left to play, the New York Yankees head into the second-half of the season in a tight pennant race with both the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays. At best only two of the three teams, presuming the Wild Card comes out of the AL East, will […]

MLB Trade Rumors: K-Rod Heading To Milwaukee Not The Bronx

Sports Illustrated just confirmed via tweet from writer Jon Heyman, that New York Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez, also known as K-Rod, is starting the second-half in Milwaukee, as a Brewer. K-rod got traded to the Brewers about five minutes after Brewers Prince Fielder hoisted the All-Star Game’s MVP Award, as the NL beat the AL […]

New York Yankees Hey Captain You Are Welcome

Last weekend, Derek Jeter was the first New York Yankee (28th ever) in baseball history to join the élite 3000 hit club. The Captain did it with class, hitting the mark with a homer and going five for five including the game-winning hit. Jeter’s achievement was amazing to watch, as he once again said he […]

New York Yankees: No A-rod, No Problem?

After such a historic weekend at Yankee Stadium, with Captain Derek Jeter now officially in the 3000 hit club and ace CC Sabathia blanking the Tampa Bay Rays in a four-hit, complete game shutout, it was easy to overlook the bad news. After the win on Sunday, the Yankees reported that third baseman Alex Rodriguez […]

Lady Loves Pinstripes: 2011 MLB First-Half Season’s Winners And Losers

The MLB All-Star Break features a game played based on the fans favorite players and the winner gets home field advantage in the World Series. It also represents the halfway point of the grueling 162 game-season. So, with 81 down and 81 to go, how was the first-half of 2011? Well, it has exceeded my […]