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Archive of entries posted on October 2011

Red Sox John Lackey Needs Tommy John

Well, the good times are no longer rolling up in Boston as the Red Sox clubhouse turned frat-house will be without one founding member for the 2012 season, pitcher John Lackey. Ben Cherington confirmed the news during his first official press conference as Boston’s new GM. Cherington said that Dr. Lewis Yocum out in Los […]

The 2011 New York Yankees Team Was Built To Win This WS

With each fleeting game, my attempts not to notice the absence of the 2011 New York Yankees in the World Series is wearing thin. The more I watch the Texas Rangers and the St. Louis Cardinals play, the more I realize that the 2011 Bombers were truly molded to win this postseason. With only five […]

Do You Want To Be Inspired? See This Sports Movie

Hey sports fans – – do you need to be inspired, or get reminded why you love sports all over again? Well, then go no further than your local movie theater and buy a ticket to Sony Pictures new film, The Mighty Macs. You can thank me later…..but  just check out the trailer below, courtesy […]

New York Yankees: In Defense Of A-rod Part Deux

October 6, 2011 – It was the bottom of the ninth inning, and the Yankee stadium scoreboard read 3-2. With two out already posted, the fate of the season lied in the bat of baseball’s richest, three-time MVP New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez. That was the calm before the storm in Game 5 of the […]

New York Yankees: Alex Rodriguez, Josh Hamilton, Excuses And Excuses

Sure you are well aware that the New York Yankees are not playing in the 2011 World Series, as the team lost to the Detroit Tigers in the ALDS. The Texas Rangers are playing for the franchise’s first WS Championship, for the second season in a row. It is no secret that the Yankees don’t […]

New York Yankees: Opting In Or Optioned Out

OPTING IN: Ben Nicholson-Smith at MLBTradeRumors.com has reported that New York Yankees reliever Rafael Soriano has no plans on using his contract’s opt-out clause. Not officially confirmed, according to ESPN New York, but there is no reservation that Soriano will play out the 2-years left on his contract, which earns him a $25 million paycheck. […]