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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. […]

New York Yankees: Welcoming The Detroit Tigers Back To Bronx

Welcome back to the Bronx… Tigers! What happened to having the celebration in Detroit — 100 percent this past Tuesday night? Well, I guess that the Tigers had to cancel the big party after getting waxed 10-1 by the New York Yankees, forcing them to come back to the Bronx to play the Yankees in […]

New York Yankees: Burnett Pitches ALDS Back To The Bronx

Last night’s ALDS Game 4 was a do or die for the New York Yankees, as they were down 2-1 in games to the Detroit Tigers. So in an almost reckless effort to succeed, Yankees skipper Joe Girardi put the team’s fate in the hands of AJ Burnett. To say Burnett’s time in New York […]

Yankees-Tigers: New York Not Losers Of ALDS Game 3

First of all time cannot be reversed, neither can wins and losses but there is nothing wrong with relaying the real truth after-the-fact. The New York Yankees lost to the Detroit Tigers in Game 3 of the ALDS, but facts show that the game should have gone into extra innings. Am I being a sore […]

ALDS Game Three: Yankees Lose To Tigers, But TBS Announcers Were Awful

First of all, I started writing this in the middle of Game 3 in the ALDS between the Yankees and Tigers. Verlander has lived up to his CY Young reputation of the game, and now the Tigers just won 5-4 and what a great game played by both teams. But this is not about the […]

Yankees-Tigers: Aces On Deck Predictions Part 2

After winning ALDS Game 1, the New York Yankees lost their second match-up to the Detroit Tigers 5-3; on what should have been a travel day for both clubs. For the second time in three days the skies opened up yielding to more teeming rain in the Bronx, a sight that both baseball fans and […]