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New York Yankees: Secret To ALDS Success Vs. Detroit Tigers

So, what is the New York Yankees secret to success in this ALDS series? It is a pretty simple formula…. winning Game 1 and beating Justin Verlander. Appropriately in Game 1, both skippers’ Joe Girardi and Jim Leland, have their aces taking the hill. This is almost a prerequisite for all teams competing in the […]

2011 MLB Postseason Schedule: Yankees Vs. Tigers In ALDS

When you are talking about the New York Yankees hosting the Detroit Tigers to start the 2011 ALDS, you can bet it will be an all out brawl in the Bronx. Here are the probable pitching match-ups for this 2011 ALDS series: Related articles 2011 MLB Playoff Bracket: Yankees Can’t Afford to Overlook Tigers in […]

New York Yankees: Losing But Not The Losers

No baseball fan could dream up a better finish to the regular season that is unless you are a Boston Red Sox, or Atlanta Braves fan. Over the last month we saw the mighty Red Sox go from leading the AL East to destination unknown. It was hard to watch, even as a Yankee fan […]

New York Yankees Fans Are You Ready For Some Baseball

Tonight baseball nation will be watching, as four teams will be battling but not against each other for the last two coveted Wild Card postseason spots. In the American League, the Tampa Bay Rays (90-71) are tied with the Boston Red Sox (90-71) so if both teams win or lose there will be a sudden […]

New York Yankees: Fans Say On Road To A Championship

Baseball fans everywhere have spoken and New York Yankees was their answer. At least according to the Marist Poll’s latest nationwide survey conducted on September 13th and September 14th, where baseball fans were asked who they favored to win the 2011 World Series. The Marist Poll results were reported as follows: Well there is a […]

Assuming That New York Yankees Are Resting CC Sabathia Too Much

Back on August 6th, the New York Yankees skipper Joe Girardi decided to expand the standard five-man pitching rotation to six. Looking at the rotation with veterans Freddie Garcia and Bartolo Colon, an unstable AJ Burnett and Phil Hughes and the young phenom Ivan Nova, the added day-off made sense considering each start was a […]