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Archive of entries posted on September 2012

Yankees: Hugh for Hughes

New York Yankees loss + Baltimore Orioles win = AL East first-place tie. Yesterdays, 3-2, loss vs. the Blue Jays was the same old song of stranding runners on base and not doing anything to different to change things. The power hitting Yankees need to get back to hitting homers ASAP, as there are only four games left […]

Yankees: Do not blow this

The New York Yankees had an opportunity to extend their AL East lead to two games last night at the Rogers Centre, but instead they didn’t just lose they got shutout by the Blue Jays 6-0. Now other than being embarrassed about not scoring a single run, the Yankees are practically handing the AL East to the Orioles, […]

Yankees: Oh no not Rodriguez again

If you missed the New York Yankees beating of the Minnesota Twins yesterday afternoon, you obviously couldn’t have noticed the absence of Alex Rodriguez. Yes, A-rod was AWOL from both the field and the DH spot yesterday afternoon. And Newsday confirmed that he is suffering from a ‘bruised’ left foot. Truthfully, I didn’t really think […]

Yankees: Stealing the AL East literally

In case you didn’t realize the New York Yankees are stealing the AL East, and I mean literally. No one could have predicted that the over-the-hill, Evil Empire would have the third most steals in baseball in the month of September, but fact is they do. The Yankees have 24 steals while being caught just […]

Yankees: Tired on turf and Bobby V

One would presume that since the New York Yankees are in the most heated AL East pennant race in decades with the Orioles that I would have cared a tad more about the snooze fest that went on vs. the Twins last night. Truthfully, the moment YES’s Michael Kay confirmed that the Blue Jays had […]

Yankees: What you might not realize about September

The New York Yankeeshave gone 8-2 in their last 10 games because they had too. The elevated sense of urgency to win is clear, as the Yankees (88-64) have to keep pace with the Baltimore Orioles (87-65) who remain a game back in the AL East standings; and Buck’s Birds just won’t lose. Oddly the […]