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Archive of posts filed under the 2011 ALDS category.

New York Yankees: Remembering The Top 6 Headlines From 2011

The New York Yankees and their fans are trying to forget how the 2011 MLB season ended, as losing the ALDS in five games at home was rough on everyone. Still, with a New Year just days away gives the perfect reason to reflect on the noteworthy, and in 2011 a lot of historic Yankee […]

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 […]

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 Are Out So Who To Root For In Postseason

Everyone is well aware that the 2011 New York Yankees season is over; to be precise it concluded last Thursday in a heart wrenching ALDS Game 5 loss to the Detroit Tigers. The 3-2 loss was about the worst thing I have ever saw at Yankee Stadium. It felt like a little of New York […]

New York Yankees: Why ALDS Game 5 Was A Total Bust

Well, ALDS Game 5 was a complete bust for the New York Yankees losing 3-2 to the Tigers at home. I was at the game and it was heartbreaking, and frustrating at the same time watching how many Yankees were left-on-base. Twice the bases were loaded with only one out and the Yankees got blanked. […]