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Archive of entries posted on September 2012

Yankees Universe: Predictions wanted

The sport of baseball is in a fantastic place right now. The fact is that two of the 10-playoff berths only got locked up yesterday is absurd, considering there are only 12 -14 games left in the regular season. And the two teams who clinched spots were the Washington Nationals and Cincinnati Reds, both NL teams from the East and […]

New York Yankees: Same old Andy

Welcome back Andy Pettitte! The New York Yankees southpaw made his first start, up the Bronx since breaking his leg back on June 27th, and did exactly what everyone had hoped, win. Pettitte hurled five scoreless innings, giving up four hits with three strikeouts, leading his Yankees in a 4-2 win in the daytime opener […]

Believe me Yankees are October bound

Thanks to the added Wild Card spot, October started in September this season, extending the most exciting time on MLB’s calendar. With the AL East division still up for grabs, no doubt the New York Yankees have their work cut out for them, as do many other teams. Yankees great Yogi Berra once said something […]

Yankees: My plea for Soriano

The 2012 MLB season is as exciting as ever but thanks to the media to divert the attention, while at the same time putting Yankee Universe into a tizzy, about something that has nothing to do with the now. So, it came as no surprise when I read, courtesy of CBSSports.com Jon Heyman, that the return […]

New York Yankees: More good news

Ohhhh yes, the New York Yankees are back in first place all by their lonesome after beating the Rays 5-3, which is great news but there is more. Rumor has it, via the NY Post, that speedster Brett Gardner has run the bases and practiced bunting for the first time since his July elbow surgery. […]

New York Yankees fan take on Strasburg situation

One of the biggest baseball stories of the 2012 season was the possibility that the Washington Nationals would shutdown their ace Stephen Strasburg. Well, that came true last week. And since Strasburg got grounded I have been inundated with emails about my opinion on the Nationals decision, so here it is. Did the Washington Nationals […]