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CY Young To Verlander Honorable Mention To Sabathia, Rivera & Robertson

Congratulations to Detroit Tigers Justin Verlander for his historic 2011 season. Verlander won the CY Young Award by a landslide, just as expected and well-deserved I may add. Verlander went 24-5 in the regular season, posting a 2.40 ERA, 250 strikeouts and pitched 251 innings. In all honesty, the rest of the CY Young voting […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: Cashman Signs Mets Lefty Reliever

According to Jon Heyman at SI tweeted that the New York Yankees have signed 31-year old, lefty reliever Mike O’Connorto what my guess is a minor league deal. O’Connor pitched 6.2 innings for the New York Mets last season, where he gave-up five hits, two earned runs, three walks and struck out eight batters. Before […]

New York Yankees Hot Stove: 7 Reasons For My New Edwin Jackson Attitude

Last February, knowing the New York Yankees had lost Cliff Lee and that the Chicago White Sox were a team with a surplus of starters the talk of a trade between the two was a hot topic. The name Edwin Jackson started popping-up and I was adamantly against the idea, as stated in my Four […]

Congratulations 2011 MLB Rookie of the Year Award Winners

Congratulations to Tampa Bay Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson and Atlanta Braves closer Craig Kimbrel for being named the 2011 Rookies of the Year. Hellickson went 13-10 over 29 starts in his rookie season. The 24-year old righty posted a 2.95 ERA, with 117 strikeouts and pitched 189 innings total. That is no easy feat for […]

New York Yankees: Big Puma Got Nothing On Alex Rodriguez

“The Yankees made two big moves this offseason. Keeping CC, and I expect to be who I have been in the past.” That was the first quote New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez offered up to the NY Post’s Joel Sherman in an exclusive interview from this past Sunday’s paper. A-rod told Sherman how last year was […]

New Miami Marlins Trying To Spend Like New York Yankees

The team formally known as the Florida Marlins is now officially part of the city they have represented for 19 seasons. The now Miami Marlins got more than just a name change last night, as the franchise unveiled a new logo, along with fresh uniforms in the team’s new $515 million ballpark, called “Marlins Ballpark.” […]